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PostPosted: Sat Jul 28, 2012 6:37 am 
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Preferably 330mm but 410 would be ok.....again silver preferred but black ok.....only proviso is that the post should be in good condition with pictures please.

I am near Cambridge, so it would need to be posted [probably]


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hi,

(we spoke about this before) I've just acquired an inline post for my Surly, if it suits the bike better than my Thomson layback would you still be interested?


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Dead Rats wrote:
hi,

(we spoke about this before) I've just acquired an inline post for my Surly, if it suits the bike better than my Thomson layback would you still be interested?


Maybe...as i've got a bid on Thomson layback on ebay...another 2.5 days to go.....so i'll let you know from my end.....of course also depends how long it takes you to decide which style of post is best suited to your needs.


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sawston_vulcan wrote:
Dead Rats wrote:
hi,

(we spoke about this before) I've just acquired an inline post for my Surly, if it suits the bike better than my Thomson layback would you still be interested?


Maybe...as i've got a bid on Thomson layback on ebay...another 2.5 days to go.....so i'll let you know from my end.....of course also depends how long it takes you to decide which style of post is best suited to your needs.


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my inline is on it's way (to me), gimme a shout if you're still looking


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Dead Rats wrote:
sawston_vulcan wrote:
Dead Rats wrote:
hi,

(we spoke about this before) I've just acquired an inline post for my Surly, if it suits the bike better than my Thomson layback would you still be interested?


Maybe...as i've got a bid on Thomson layback on ebay...another 2.5 days to go.....so i'll let you know from my end.....of course also depends how long it takes you to decide which style of post is best suited to your needs.


:oops:

my inline is on it's way (to me), gimme a shout if you're still looking


OK...i would think you will need a couple of weeks to decide...but i'll contact you in about 3 days time.


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sawston_vulcan wrote:
Dead Rats wrote:
sawston_vulcan wrote:
Dead Rats wrote:
hi,

(we spoke about this before) I've just acquired an inline post for my Surly, if it suits the bike better than my Thomson layback would you still be interested?


Maybe...as i've got a bid on Thomson layback on ebay...another 2.5 days to go.....so i'll let you know from my end.....of course also depends how long it takes you to decide which style of post is best suited to your needs.


:oops:

my inline is on it's way (to me), gimme a shout if you're still looking


OK...i would think you will need a couple of weeks to decide...but i'll contact you in about 3 days time.


at the rate I get to ride you may as well write me off! :lol: :oops: also not sure if I'm staying with drops or going back to flat bars... *gets coat*


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