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PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 12:07 pm 
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if you check out the serial number underneath the bb and if it starts with A94 then it is a 94 clockwork


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ddidds wrote:
if you check out the serial number underneath the bb and if it starts with A94 then it is a 94 clockwork


The serial number starts A4 and is followed by either a G or 6, it's hard to tell which.


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I'm surprised it came with thumbies from that time and not the rapidfires/brake leavers. (or even the older STI one's)
the thumbies where dropped in '93 (when DX's RF+ model came out)

Also the forks would be called F9 (just for you spec list above.)


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FluffyChicken wrote:
I'm surprised it came with thumbies from that time and not the rapidfires/brake leavers.

Also the forks would be called F9 (just for you spec list above.)


It did come RF combi's, but old steel bikes should have thumbies :)


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Tallpaul wrote:
ddidds wrote:
if you check out the serial number underneath the bb and if it starts with A94 then it is a 94 clockwork


The serial number starts A4 and is followed by either a G or 6, it's hard to tell which.


i ment A4 aswell,

i have a 1994 clockwork(confirmed by orange) and it starts with A4
now you know for sure it is a 94


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All finished and ready for a quick blast in Saturday :)


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Thats lovely, Like it lots


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how can one not like those fine tubes?! beautiful clockwork you have there!


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Whats a really lovely bike. They dont make them like that any more. In my dreams!!


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That's a stunner. Lovely clean looking build, suits the frame well. I'd be well chuffed to have that in my collection, you've built a real good 'un. 8)


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