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PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2009 2:50 pm 
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looks nice, in a subtle sort of way. Needs colour matched fork from a visual point of view, but obviously won't make it ride any nicer.

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Updated the Stupmjumper today, with the addition of some mint Future Shocks.


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Pickle that is really really nice 8) good job fellah


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Pickle that is really really nice 8) good job fellah


Cheers :wink:


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Spot on that Pickle. Those forks look immaculate.


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sinnett177 wrote:
Spot on that Pickle. Those forks look immaculate.


Thanks. Not ridden them yet, but they seem buttery smooth 8)

Ride report to follow soon :wink:


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Superb if you sell in the future give me a shout and some warning I just love this bike

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Looks 8) Are you keeping it now?


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 7:27 am 
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The future shox are really good preforming shocks for back in the early 90's (if a little flexy). I'm sure i dont need to tell you as that looks like a very well maintained machine but just becareful tightening the canti boss bolts the magnesium is quite soft - i used to know a shop mechanic (who wasn't that good) who stripped 3 pairs - this was back in 93.
The bosses hold on the fork brace, so its pretty fatal.


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Looks 8) Are you keeping it now?


Yup :wink:

Keeping the Pennine and RTS for the memories from my racing days, and the Zaskar and Stumpjumper as they are classic MTB's 8)


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