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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2007 8:12 am 
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OK no problems, I just wondered if there was an S-works supplement for 1992? I've been through the thread and unless I've just completely missed it (a distinct possibility) I don't think the pink/green '89 has been posted. If you could do it it would be most appreciated.


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Hi, no S-works catalogues I am afraid, just re-checked the lot. :(

PS: If anyone is missing photos on this topic I have run out of webspace so had to delete a lot - I'll get them back one day...

I am sure I posted the '89 somewhere once! Always going on about it as the good old pink/green Stumpy was my first proper mountain bike and the bike I put more miles into than any other, did first races on etc. A true classic.


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Excellent, many thanks. I've just acquired the pink/green frame, the guy said it was an '87 but it's definately the '89!


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mousemat wrote:
I just wondered if there was an S-works supplement for 1992?


The 1992 S-Works catalogues seem to be very elusive. Even www.mtb-kataloge.de has only a thumbnail for them but no actual file.

Bummer... :cry:


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I scanned some of the Fisher range for another topic so may as well post them here too:

The Montare:

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And specs for all the '92 range:

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Continued:

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Ben, here at last are the 1990 Marin scans - sorry for the long delay. Not sure of it will be much use to you though, the Team Titanium was not included in this regular catalogue:

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Thanks a lot.
They look very similar to the 1989 catalogue that I have. And again, there is a slight mention of the Team Titanium, but the '89 has a postage stamp size picture as well.
Every time I see one of the early Marin catalogues I notice that the rims are often not what the specs read ie. Black instead of Grey rims or RM20's instead of RM17's.
I think this is the year they introduced 1 1/8th headsets on all the steel bikes. The Ti remained 1 inch.


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For Neill - Syncros '92 catalogue main equipment pages:

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