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 Post subject: Liyang AT 650 - 1991
PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:12 pm 
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Hey All,

This is my first topic here. Others coming soon.

Liyang AT 650, NOS steel MTB from ’91, got from Germany. I’ve bought it to be the donor of “Sithlord’s black Stumpy” :D Stumpy thread will be start during the next week as soon as I got the frameset. :wink:
I thought I’ve put it before splitting.

Frame: Liyang AT 650, Liyang CR-MO, size 19.5 C to C, Top Tube 21.8 (effective), 22.7 (horizontal)
Fork: Liyang AT 650, Liyang CR-MO, purple, 1 coll, A to C 395 mm

Headset: DX M650, 1 coll
Stem: Zoom, 135 mm
Handlebar: CR-MO, matching purple
Grips: black
Barends: n/a

Brakes: DX M650
Brake Pads: DX M650
Brake Cables: Original Shimano SLR
Cantilever cable hangers: DX M650, type A 73 mm
Brake Levers: DX M071, 2 fingers

Shifters: DX M071, 3x7 speed
Front Derailleur: DX M650, bottom pull
Rear Derailleur: DX M650 SGS
Derailleur Cables: Original Shimano
Cassette: HG-70, 12-28
Chain: HG-70
Cranks: DX MT60, 48-38-28, 175 mm,
Crank Bolts: Original
Chainrings: Original
Chainring bolts: Original
Bottom Bracket: DX MT60
Pedals: Unknown alu, cr-mo axle

Hub Skewers: DX M650
Rims: Alesa 32 holes, goldish brown
Hubs: front XT M730, rear DX M650
Nipples: brass
Spokes: unknown 2 mm
Tyres: Kenda, 26x2.1
Tubes: unknown

Saddle: Avocet Mountain R30, gelflex
Seatpost: cr-mo, 27.0???
Seatpost Binder:

Weight: no info, but a bit heavy approx 13 kg???


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:36 pm 
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that looks in great condition and I really shouldn't like it but I do 8)

does the front wheel need flipping round- tread looks wrong?


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:55 pm 
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nos, never ever ridden! 19 years ago, unbelievable :shock: pedals are under the saddle, original grease on chain, etc 8)

i'm fan of slopping top tube (my '97 kona exp is the best) but it's really beautiful. and had very fair price.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 11:03 pm 
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yeah, it was first pics, wheel has been flipped of course 8)


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my mate had a liyang alu bike, it got knicked when he was at school, some one jumped out of car at the front of the school. ran up to it and knicked it, he bought a Marin Bear Valley afterwards


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your gonna break that to build a generalised ? :shock:


why?


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mikee wrote:
your gonna break that to build a generalised ? :shock:


why?


x2 :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 11:12 am 
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i guess liyang is a rarity but it's too big for me... frameset will be sold during the next week. my plan was to build a mint stumpy from the early '90. :roll:


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norton wrote:
i guess liyang is a rarity but it's too big for me... frameset will be sold during the next week.


Thats a shame :(

PM Mr Kawasaki on here as he may be interested in buying, as he like rare stuff and is a tall guy :wink:


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don't worry, sure it's gonna have a good new home. thx for the contact. probably i can get other NOS bikes soon 8)


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