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PostPosted: Fri Oct 01, 2010 12:15 am 
Gold Trader
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i have a handfull of Original Coyote decals if needed by anyone, i'll have to look into if i have a full framesworth, but fairly sure i have headbadge, easton, ultralite and Coyote, just not sure if i have Coyote for both sides

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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2011 12:32 pm 
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Location: manchester
i own a coyote ultrlite frame in polished finish my all time favorite bike sadly it has a crack in the bottom bracket and lives in my shed can not bear to throw it away in a hope to find a way of fixing it.
i will upload some pics of it when i get a chance.
i bought the frame in 1995 and built it with full stx rc group set was a very light bike maybe one day it will live again.
i came complete with straight forks but maybe a nice set of rockshock judys would make a nice finish.

PostPosted: Wed Aug 03, 2011 1:58 am 

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thewallboy wrote:
Hello, First post and all that.

Please see pic attached. Can any one help me identify this frame.

I am thinking of embarking on my first build and have no idea in terms of spec of parts I will need. Do any of you kind gentlemen have this information?all
its a HT 2.i have one in my shed as a complete bike,i bought it 2nd hand, was red/yellow now resprayed satin black with white and silver decals-looks great.ive recently sold it to my has given me 11 yrs of good its easton alloy and taperwall tubing its light and strong. fit a 100mm lightweight fork,hollowtech chainset, front disk, keep everything as light as good used bits as i did and you'll create a 26lb rocket that will thrash many more expensive xc bikes, .good luck.[/quote]

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 03, 2011 1:06 pm 
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Anthony wrote:
I have a 1998 MBR here with a test of a full-suspension Coyote and it had been built for them by John of J.D.'s Bicycle Workshop of 42a Nelson Road, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 8HN Tel: 01943 816101 It says they sold quite a few Coyotes and they're still there, so it might be worth phoning them and asking if they might recognise a photo if you emailed them one.

Could you scan this? I'd love to see. I have a mystery full sus.

Mountainloz wrote:
I have some stickers...

I might be intersted in an "Ultralight" what are ya charging? :wink:

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