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PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:23 pm 
The Guv'nor
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2006 IF Deluxe ??

ImageIndependent Fabrications Deluxe by John Vallins, on Flickr

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 27, 2017 9:20 am 
Dirt Disciple
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Location: Lappeenranta-Finland
Found this chainrings on a garage sale, Not much info other than the one on the engravements.
First 2 chainrings are Sr Suntour 46 t and 36 bcd 110 chainrings. They have other numbers engraved which I don't know if is the model or the serial number.
The smallest chainring is 74 mm 24 t Granny ring made out of 7075-T6 alloy, but no idea about the brand.
It has also the engraving B/P which I don't know that it stands for.
How valuable are those chainrings?

PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 8:40 pm 
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Looks like there may not be a lot of action here, however I am looking to let my 2014 Pipedream Sirius frame set go and wondered what a ballpark figure might be.

Size small (I think, or Med, the smallest one) 853 frame in the red colour, slidey dropouts, 135 QR rear (but Boost plates available), designed for 26"/27.5" but I have only ever used it with 650B, normal threaded BB, tapered head tube. Would come with Hope tapered headset, X-Fusion RL2 fork (normal QR front) set up to run 650B and with remote lockout, X-Fusion dropper post and Hope seat clamp.

Condition is good, it hasn't had a massive amount of use and has been regularly serviced, however the fork and dropper post haven't been serviced, I'd suggest this might be on the cards. It's a fun, retro looking modern bike, I really liked it, but want a 650B+ and with a large number of retro bikes taking up space I can only have one modern bike.

 Post subject: Re: TREK STP 400
PostPosted: Wed Sep 27, 2017 6:43 pm 
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Joined: Tue Mar 27, 2012 10:02 pm
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Location: Kilwinning, Scotland
Alright. just bought a trek 400. I may not have a need for the groupset. forks or wheels so it would be a big help to get an idea what these parts are worth :) ... 2749.l2649

PostPosted: Mon Oct 23, 2017 8:52 am 
Dirt Disciple

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Another retrobike member would lke to do a deal outside of eBay for this wheelset, but I've no idea what it's worth. Any ideas? I've seen prices vary wildly: one set of blue anodised ti-glide rear and fatso front went for £220 on eBay the other day. They were non-disc versions. ... 1555.l2649

PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 5:02 pm 
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Hoping to help sell this for a friend.. any ideas on price would be gratefully received.

2000 Marin B17

All original.

Frame - 6061 heat treated aluminium frame (size - 19 inch)
No play in any pivot bearings.
Fork - In Sync Elixir 566 fork (adjustable elastomers)
Rear shock - Fox Vanilla R coil over with adjustable rebound
Drivechain - Ovation triple chainrings and cranks, Deore LX front and rear mech.
Shifters - Grip shift
Handlebars - Ovation DH double butted aluminium riser bars
Wheels - Ritchey Rock Comp 36 spoke wheels on Ovation hubs
Seat - Tioga
Tyres - Front - Hutchinson Toro 26x2.15, Rear - Tioga Factory DH 26x2.1
Brakes - Magura Julie hydraulic pistons and levers. Also have a service kit which is almost all unused + some part worn pads. Brake discs are also Magura.
It does have a small dent in down tube and a few scuffs and scratches, none of which affect it's handling.
It has been ridden off road, but never abused.



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