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 Post subject: Trek Scratch 8 Air
PostPosted: Sun Feb 28, 2016 10:43 am 
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Location: The land of Lea & Perrins
2011 Trek Scratch 8 Air, Medium, 170mm travel.
Fox Van RC Rear Shock (Nukeproof Ti Spring fitted).
Fox 36 Van RC Kashima 160 Forks, recently serviced.

NEW XT Shifters
NEW XT Brakes (203/203)
NEW SLX 38/24 Chainset & BB
NEW SLX Cassette
NEW SLX Chain
NEW Zee Clutch Rear Mech
NEW Deore Front Mech
NEW Schwalbe Hans Dampf Tyres & Conti Tubes
NEW Ragley Stem
NEW Ragley Seatpost
NEW Ragley Saddle
NEW Grips
NEW Funn Risers
American Classic All Mountain 26" Wheelset

As you can see, a lot of money has been spent on this bike in the time I've owned it. All of the new parts are just 2 rides old.

All of the rear suspension bearings were replaced in February 2016. The bike rides like new and requires absolutely no work.

There is a small scratch on the Kashima coat on one of the fork stanchions, but this does not affect them in any way. The rest of the bike is in very good condition with the usual marks from being ridden, but no dents, dings or gouges.

£750 firm
Collection from Worcester (5 mins from junction 6 of the M5). I would also be more than happy to meet somewhere halfway. Sorry but I cannot post.

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 Post subject: Re: Trek Scratch 8 Air
PostPosted: Sun Feb 28, 2016 9:16 pm 
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What's the top tube length?


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 Post subject: Re: Trek Scratch 8 Air
PostPosted: Sun Feb 28, 2016 9:23 pm 
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Dave_H wrote:
What's the top tube length?


According to Trek, these are the effective top tube lengths:

556mm in the high setting (as pictured)
557mm in the low setting

You can alter the angles by flipping the chips on the back of the Evo link. It's a 2 minute job.

Hope this helps.


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