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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:00 am 
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jmsjabb wrote:
Can I ask where you got the decals from and are they 1994 or are they just "close enough"?

They were indeed from gil_m and were an exact match. So much so I only used a few letters from the new decals rather than use them wholesale. Well worth the money to refresh a frame!


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Lovely build, i am looking forward to building my 1993 Clockwork :D


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And we look forward to seeing it too!


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Very nice indeed! If you ever decide to sell I would be very interested :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:06 pm 
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I'm just starting on a 15 inch 94' will need a repaint, but frame is sound. This one has four cable stops on it though :? Which is weird eh? The usual three cluster on the driveside top tube and then a single pair on the left? Whats the seatpost size on yours Ian?
Looks really tidy, but always think they look better with rigid forks?


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My saddle stem is 26.3mm on my 1994 Clockwork. It is not Tange tube. ( If that helps )


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