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PostPosted: Thu Mar 25, 2010 2:21 pm 
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boxxer wrote:
I have a red RH if you're interested, came on GT's and Giants back in the early 2000's - mine have seen some serious aggro and always came back for more - helped by the beefy ring

Not sure they will do a 3X front though......


you have one to sell? only RH?

do you have the spider?


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Gold Trader / MacRetro rider
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The 'Pocket Pump' is definitely THE coolest pump in the world!!
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Yeah,without a doubt,all you get these days are boring black or silver ones[lezyne is a breath of fresh air on this  8) ]


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:48 am 
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Location: Near a tree, by a river in a hole in the ground....
Crud -

Yeah it's just a RH, the LH died in an unfortunate bail at Inners a number of years ago - was bent beyond use

It's crank, spider and lock ring - I also have the "Holeshot" ring which I think is a 46 or 44 can't remeber

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 6:22 pm 
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Hi- actually, AC still sells them. I bought a pair about 2 years ago, I think they only carry black and red- though they might have mentioned blue. I like the cranks, they are stiff and light. These were the forged cranks that came after their Hextreme Cranks- which they now only sell for BMX (maybe-they might have discontinued them.) Hextreme were great, forged and then CNC cut to remove weight- they very much looked like the early CNC cranks they put out first back in the early 90's. But anyway, here is the link to buy them:

http://www.adventurecomponents.com/loproxt1.htm

Usually you have to call them and make them look around in their stock room to find anything older. If you go to their brakes section, you can still buy the most excellent V-brakes in colors too:

http://www.adventurecomponents.com/odds_n_ends.htm

again, you have to call them about it.
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