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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2011 6:13 pm 
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Eddie King wrote:
Intersted in the XT front mech....need a 31.8 bottom pull....what is yours ? Thanks


Hi,

Just checked, it's an FD-M760, and is dual pull

this one:
http://velospec.com/components/shimano/fdm760


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2011 6:32 pm 
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Pm on the Marzocchi 120mm Forks 8)


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[quote="geezer"Just checked, it's an FD-M760, and is dual pull[/quote]

Ok thanks - I'm out


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Eddie King wrote:
[quote="geezer"Just checked, it's an FD-M760, and is dual pull


Ok thanks - I'm out[/quote]

OK no probs, funny, I just PM'd you a second ago :D


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trickylad wrote:
geezer wrote:
trickylad wrote:
I'll take the SPD pedals as long at the bearings are fine and no play.

What length is the steerer on the black rigid forks?

TL


Steerer on the rigid is 200mm

The bearings are smooth on the pedals, how do I check play? do you mean the axles or the actual clipping bit?


The axle please. The forks look like p-bones. Are they light?



Hi,

OK checked the axles, there is slight movement, less than half a mm.

The fork is light but have no idea what make they are.

Thanks


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2011 10:23 pm 
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OK here's a deal

The GT frame and bits mentioned above

+ the deore shifter set
+ the deore mech set
+ the chain and cassette
+ the hayes disc caliper
+ the carbon bar ends
+ some foam grips

All of the above for £95 posted


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