As per spec sheet sticky above, here's the spec:
Frame: Klein Attitude (unknown year)
Fork: Marzocchi Z4 Air
Headset: FSA Orbit
Stem: XLR8 (leisure lakes cheapie) 135mm 0deg rise
Handlebar: Scott DH
Brakes: STX RC V-Brakes with Ritchey red front pads and Koolstop red rears
Cantilever cable hangers: N/A
Brake Levers: Avid SD 1.0
Shifters: Shimano Deore thumbshifters
Front Derailleur: LX
Rear Derailleur: 1993 XT
Cassette: Shimano HG50 7 speed
Chain: Shimano HG50
Cranks: FSA Sidewinder
Chainrings: 22/32/42 Shimano
Bottom Bracket: Shimano UN52
Pedals: GT platform
Quick Releases: Shimano
Rims: Sunn Big Mammoth
Hubs: 1994 Alivio (boooo)
Tyres: Ritchey Z-Max WCS 26x2.1 (Front) Specialized 26x2.1 (Rear)
Saddle: Black leather Flite ti
Seatpost: Kalloy 350mm
If you've read my post in the general MTB forum you'll see that the Klein frame is currently "ill" awaiting repair to a broken chainstay. I'm currently rocking my old DMR Trailstair from the late 90's.
Originally the bike started as a 1994 Scott Motion, purchased by me in 1995 when I worked for Lawes Cycles in Northampton. At the point of purchase I swapped the Alivio STi's for the Deore tumbies that had been in the shop's display cabinet for years, plus a set of Tektro brake levers.
I ran it for a while like this, then added some random barends and a set of Time clipless pedals. Soon enough this got dull so I swapped the pedals out for the GT flatties, put on the Scott DH bar (nice rise and not too wide - I love this bar), and started paying about a bit more.
Then the forks were replaced with a set of Rock Shox Indy C's. These were my first suspension forks and did the job ok.
The saddle was duly swapped for the flite with a mate (my saddle + Â£10 I think), then the mechs were bought second hand. About this time I invested in the full STX RC V-brake setup. the crappy adjustable brake levers hurt my hands though, so I then got the avids, which are beautiful.
I then swapped the rims to the Mammoths. I broke a load of spokes just trying to build the wheels - the rims are that strong.
Then came the big day. I lent the bike to my brother who came back an hour later holding the l/h crank arm. He'd managed to snap the BB spindle! This was the original BB and it was now 1999 (I think). It was seized in solid. With a 4ft bar on it we still couldn't remove it, so the frame was basically dead. Out came mr credit card and the trailstar was duly purchased from a place over in Leamington, along with the cranks.
A quick eBay moment later and I was the proud owner of some brand new Bomber Z4-air forks which went on immediately. Such a difference over the Indy's!
I used it like this for about 6 years until I found a used Klein attitude for sale on my local VW enthusiast site. The Klein was complete, but with a rubbish spec, but all I wanted was the frame. I got it back, swapped all the parts over and enjoyed it like that for about 6 months until I killed it when riding to work.
I'm now using the trailstar again, but hopefully the Klein will be back soon!