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PostPosted: Tue Apr 06, 2010 11:12 pm 
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Off from Thursday for school holidays. Will strip and clean and see what I have. Tempted to keep it pretty much as is. Seems to be mostly original except for the stem, bars and brakes. Even the saddle.


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Good score fagin :wink:

You know and I know that you'll only sell this to fund another 'must have' in the future. :lol:

There's no hope for you btw. After a year or so on here playing with Clockworks etc i'm starting to gaze at Yo Eddy's and Vit T's. I'm only a drunken visit to this site or ebay away from having one. :lol: :oops:


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brocklanders023 wrote:
Good score fagin :wink:

You know and I know that you'll only sell this to fund another 'must have' in the future. :lol:

There's no hope for you btw. After a year or so on here playing with Clockworks etc i'm starting to gaze at Yo Eddy's and Vit T's. I'm only a drunken visit to this site or ebay away from having one. :lol: :oops:


Damn I've been exposed - I've been secretly ogling some Oranges. Feel like a voyeur.


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£34...well it's not much but its slippery slope.

I came here looking for elastomers for my RC35 forks. Roll on a couple of years and I probably have the worlds most extensive Pace collection. Not to mention the Roberts, the 2 new moderns and the many many bikes that have been bought and sold along the way.

All since I stumbled accross this god forsaken site whilst trying to get my old marin rideable and me back out on the saddle for the first time in 10 years.


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JeRkY wrote:
£34...well it's not much but its slippery slope.

I came here looking for elastomers for my RC35 forks. Roll on a couple of years and I probably have the worlds most extensive Pace collection. Not to mention the Roberts, the 2 new moderns and the many many bikes that have been bought and sold along the way.

All since I stumbled accross this god forsaken site whilst trying to get my old marin rideable and me back out on the saddle for the first time in 10 years.


Except thats £34 on top of the 99p I spent on a Muddy Fox frame, and the best part of maybe £100 I've spent on random bits to get that going.
Even have a box of leftover bits so will be trying emulate Sithlord soon.
You have been warned.


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