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PostPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 7:29 pm 
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Had a clearout of one of my stash drawers today and rounded up these Pace spares :)

Some old, some new...


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any for sale :wink:


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Might be getting rid of some 1" steerers......as for the rest >>>


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I'd be interested in a 1" steerer if your feeling you have too many!


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Pfennig wrote:
I'd be interested in a 1" steerer if your feeling you have too many!


Threaded or threadless?


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1", threadless, 165mm long


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Pfennig wrote:
1", threadless, 165mm long


The one I could possibly spare is on the chrome RC30's above....It's a lot longer than 165 though.


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That looks a fair bit longer than what i need. I'll give it a miss, just got a PM from JeRkY who has one of the length I want and that''ll save me cutting one down uneccesarily. Thanks anyhows!


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neilll wrote:
Might be getting rid of some 1" steerers......as for the rest >>>





:lol: :lol: :lol:


(i dread to think what someone will think if they come across a file on your computer called <vulture bugger.jpg> though. :shock: :lol: )


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