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PostPosted: Tue Oct 07, 2008 9:39 pm 
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i have checked the frame and looks great
there is not a spot of rust to find on and in the frame, thank god :lol:

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serial says ; 251YLM, if i am correct, what does this tell me?


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Check with http://www.apexspeed.com/fatcogs/forums/showthread.php?t=56 for serial #'s

Really nice btw.


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headtube wrote:
Check with http://www.apexspeed.com/fatcogs/forums/showthread.php?t=56 for serial #'s

Really nice btw.


thanks,

looking at those numbers i think the L in my number could be an 2
so the serial would be ; 251Y2M which makes it a 1992 Yo Eddy Team


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 9:09 am 
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cool, nice to see the stacked bike shot.
must be nice to be able to throw parts on straight away, i.e have the frame and fork as a package.
:lol: note to self: must buy a frame and correct fork together next time
I would like know about the brooks saddle, i'm looking out for one.
what's the model name for that one?
cool bikes
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What a handsome looking frame :wink: :wink:

I miss it :cry:


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ti-fat-man wrote:
cool, nice to see the stacked bike shot.
must be nice to be able to throw parts on straight away, i.e have the frame and fork as a package.
:lol: note to self: must buy a frame and correct fork together next time
I would like know about the brooks saddle, i'm looking out for one.
what's the model name for that one?
cool bikes
alan


Thanks,

the Brooks is a Brooks Swift Ti in Honey

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What a handsome looking frame :wink: :wink:

I miss it :cry:


Hi Si,

this is not your old frame, that one was sold on ebay if i am correct,..this is another one from Dave, but i guess ,..you are just missing the Aquafade ;)

I think this frame will look nice with some campa brakes on ;)


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thanx for the info on the saddle


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Yep.... it's a beaut, yes yes 8) Can't wait to see it finished... it won't be as nice as the Serotta though, I'll bet ya!

DAMN! forgot to touch the Serotta, but did touch the Yo though ;-)


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Glad to see it touched down Bas..
Take your time with the build its the best bit!
Your steering away from blue,are you going for green maybe?
You might be looking a while for parts if so :lol:
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jonrock wrote:
Glad to see it touched down Bas..
Take your time with the build its the best bit!
Your steering away from blue,are you going for green maybe?
You might be looking a while for parts if so :lol:
J


hehehe,..
i know,..but i do not know which to go yet,..maybe Ti all the way,..def. no green
There are some parts which will be used for a couple of months untill the time i will find the once i am really looking for,.
will keep you guys informed but i guess you already expected that from me, being a spammer with useless photo's of every small step

Thanks again for the fork J,..looks really cool and also the colours match like it was the original one.


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