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PostPosted: Thu May 12, 2011 8:51 pm 
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I remember these. Tempted by the frame but REALLY shouldn't.
This must be a later model though. I recall them being a monocoque type frame and numbered 930...970... etc :?


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Hi Keith, possibly interested in that saddle - which model is it? Couple more pics (including the underside) might do it if you can't tell - I'll stop short of asking the weight (for a change) unless it's really easy for you to do! :wink: :lol:

Ta muchly!


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jimmy5willy wrote:
I remember these. Tempted by the frame but REALLY shouldn't.
This must be a later model though. I recall them being a monocoque type frame and numbered 930...970... etc :?


Its designated a 990, but was the freeride specific version, which was basically the components as opposed to any major frame differences.

There is some price info and a later model here.

http://dalco.de/bikes/univega/2001/ram_ ... plettbike/


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Another boing.

This stuff needs to go.

Would consider swap for a ladies Dutch type bike for the wife.

Must be small ( 17 ish ) in lovely condition and have the obligitory wicker basket...

K


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PostPosted: Mon May 23, 2011 9:24 am 
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Frame, forks, wheels, seatpost, clamp for £300 posted.


Need the space, and the money :(


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PostPosted: Fri May 27, 2011 10:48 am 
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Down to £250...+ P&P .

Thats the frame, shock, forks, wheels, post and a few other bits thrown in.

Silly money....


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