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PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 9:09 pm 
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drcarlos wrote:
That looks nice, what's the frame made of? Looks very Max-OR with the shaping going on at the joints.
Well worth hanging onto in this condition.

Carl.

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Hi there,

I am glad I found this topic! I have one Giant Terrago, very much like this, I am not absolutely sure about the year. It was my bike when I was about 16, now I am restoring it after years of misuse and/or very little attention to it.

I need a little help with something - what's the headset size? 1"? I need to get one new as mine doesn't look good.

I thank you all very much for any help you may give.

Regards,

Pedro


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Hello Pedro,
Post a picture of your Terrago, and maybe i can help.

Tommy


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:07 pm 
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Ops! Thought I had done that, but something must have gone wrong.

I'll try again!


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I think now I did right!


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i think a 1992/1993 model

1989
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1990
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/46672334@N ... 177302890/


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:09 pm 
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That's great to know, great tip, and great info.
Mine came with shimano 400LX /300LX transmission, FC-M300 crankset, and cantis.
I found this older pic from 2005 or so, when it was all original yet, and all in working order.

Do you by any chance know what is the headset/steerer tube dimensions on those forks, if 1" (25,4mm) or 1 1/8"? I would like to replace the headset, as mine is all rust.


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I know the '90 & '91 models has 11/8 inch headset.
you can measure the stem


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