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PostPosted: Sat Jul 16, 2011 1:39 am 
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Just noticed that mine has extra gussets where the top-tube goes to the seat-tube extension 8)


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as a side note, has anyone got a broken one of these?
the tubing around the pivot is the same as on my club roost! (and others! :shock: )

i need the pivot assembly...


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cyfa2809 wrote:
as a side note, has anyone got a broken one of these?
the tubing around the pivot is the same as on my club roost! (and others! :shock: )

i need the pivot assembly...

Give me a week ...hahaha ababa shah...


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:lol: :lol: :lol:
no way!
looks bomb proof! :D


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 Post subject: Univega ram 930
PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2011 5:13 pm 
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Here is my 1998 Univega Ram 930 although it has been through a few changes in the twelve years I've owned it, including a custom made hollow bearing for lightness and custom printed graphics and powder coat. I've rode many modern multi linkage bikes but would never dream of using one as my everyday bike. Every four or five years I sell on the parts and update the frame with new kit. In it's latest inclination it has full sram X0 redwin gears, carbon Truvativ Noir crank, Fox F120 folks with 15mm through axle, Fox RP23 rear shock with pro pedal, Mavic Crossride wheels dressed in Continental X King 2.2 tyres. Hope original Mini brakes running 203 and 180 Alligator discs and Hope ceramic BB, FSA orbit headset and carbon seat post with a Charge saddle, Hylix carbon handlebars, KCNC stem, grips, titanium skewers and seat post clamp, headset cap and valve covers, Ming Shiju pedals and Jagwire gear cable sets. All in all it makes for a light weight strong competent trials bike and always grabs peoples attention because it's unlikely they've seen a Univega Ram before let alone one like mine


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 Post subject: Re: Univega ram 930
PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2011 5:25 pm 
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I have one as well (ram 930) although it has been through a few changes in the twelve years I've owned it, including a custom made hollow bearing for lightness and custom printed graphics and powder coat. I've rode many modern multi linkage bikes but would never dream of using one as my everyday bike. Every four or five years I sell on the parts and update the frame with new kit. As they said, "a very under estimated bike".....:)


WoW!!!! that looks the mutts nuts.


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You'll need sick bag when I'm done with it......the green one that is...


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