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PostPosted: Thu Mar 08, 2007 1:02 pm 
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ah OK not too tall.. hmmmm


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gump wrote:
ah OK not too tall.. hmmmm


For my length I have quite long legs and a shorter torso.


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ditto!
smidgin under 6', but all my bikes look cool cos of long seatposts :)


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there's another one here...more expensive BIN

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ROCKY-MOUNTAIN-BL ... dZViewItem


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ahh but thats new school! Not sure what went on with the dropout and chainstay either - looks a right mess..

I would take the one above (ie the 96 Blizzard that looks great) thank you given the choice.


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ahh but thats new school


oh yes - didn't read it closely!


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gump wrote:
Not sure what went on with the dropout and chainstay either - looks a right mess..


What do you mean with that?


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The ebay one looks to have been painted grey on right dropout and the chainstay looks like a disc has been run down it numerous times.

Just to be clear, was not talking about your bike - yours is great!! :D


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sorry I've hijacked your thread a little. Back to your bike...


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Come on guys :lol:


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