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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:39 pm 
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With oranges you picked frame, group, fork, so yes, it would have been available with XT...

When I originally bought my first P7 in 97, I wanted one so much I could only afford an Alivio group... I did pay for some of the last MAG 21 forks tho!!! (now sadly long gone!)


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:47 pm 
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Just been checking my P7's - from what cherrybomb says, if 605 is june 05, as in year, month, my three are

511 nov/1995
607 jul/1996
706 jun/1997

Which I think is cool cos I got a run of three years of production!!!!

I love my P7s....!!!!


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fingers wrote:
Just been checking my P7's - from what cherrybomb says, if 605 is june 05, as in year, month, my three are

511 nov/1995
607 jul/1996
706 jun/1997

Which I think is cool cos I got a run of three years of production!!!!

I love my P7s....!!!!


8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
It's like a little family. I hope they all get you something at Christmas times :lol:


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i spy with my little eye a pair of dmr pedals , will you be keeping or looking to get rid ?


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i spy with my little eye a pair of dmr pedals , will you be keeping or looking to get rid ?


Keeping for the time being. If I change my mind then you can have first dibs :D

Cheers.
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Prometheus wrote:
fingers wrote:
Just been checking my P7's - from what cherrybomb says, if 605 is june 05, as in year, month, my three are

511 nov/1995
607 jul/1996
706 jun/1997

Which I think is cool cos I got a run of three years of production!!!!

I love my P7s....!!!!


8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
It's like a little family. I hope they all get you something at Christmas times :lol:



Still waiting :roll:


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Aaaahhhh, so your the reason the listing ended early on the P7 I had in my sights!! :evil:

Didn't want it anyway. :cry:

Looks a good 'un. I'll look forward to seeing it when you've finished tinkering (he says as he turns his back and continues the lonely search for a reasonably priced retro Orange) :wink: :D


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Hi Brocklander.

Are you sure that mine is the one you were watching ??? If your in Skipton, as in Yorkshire. Forgive me if there's another one but I don't of any, but if so then it was for collection only and that would be a 500 mile round trip for you :shock: :shock: .

I suppose that Mr courier could have collected though . If it is the one then I am sorry :oops: . ......... but it had to be done :twisted: :wink: .

Dave.


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Hi Dave.
Thanks for the PM. Yep, that's the one I was watching and it's the Yorkshire Skipton. Bloke who listed it said I could sort out a pick up but it wasn't meant to be and there's plenty more fish in the see. 8) Glad it went to a good home and I'll update you when I find 'the one'.


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brocklanders023 wrote:
there's plenty more fish in the see. 8)
Don't you mean plenty more oranges in the orchard :? or something like that :lol:

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Glad it went to a good home and I'll update you when I find 'the one'.
Thanks mate, yes please do let me know and start your own thread with lot's of lurvely pics. 8) .


I'm quickly becoming an orange freak ......

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:roll: sorry couldn't resist it :lol:


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