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PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2006 6:52 pm 
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probs a bit more than £120. a friend had his seatube on his salsa replaced by argos (as this would need looking by the cut below the seatclamp) & then resprayed & that cost £140 a few years ago... & this would obs also need a new seatstay bridge. non drive side seatstay bridge could be brass filled for a few quid more.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2006 11:09 pm 
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biglev wrote:
argoscycles will fix that up for your no probs, probably cost you £120 though, still a nice rig.


Thanks for the suggestion. If this frame would be worth the 120 for you, I would be willing to donate it to you for that purpose.


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P20 wrote:
The seatclamp/seat stay arrangement don't look right for starters. 8)


from the back the seatclamp looks like early 90s specialized (like my RIP s-works steel). the dropouts also look like a 90s era hardrock.... but, do I spy some kind of lug above the bottom bracket shell on the seattube?


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Fun! Name the frame game!

Nope, no lug (if I remember correctly)

It is said the geo is after the specs of an old Trek its rider liked so much. Maybe there is a Trek underneath that paint??? :idea: :shock:

- Melvin


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 14, 2006 11:12 pm 
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Elev12k wrote:
It is said the geo is after the specs of an old Trek its rider liked so much. Maybe there is a Trek underneath that paint??? :idea: :shock:

- Melvin


Might be best not to know.....leave it on the wall :D


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