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PostPosted: Sat Sep 11, 2010 10:23 pm 
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I NEED TO CLEAR MY GARAGE BY JAN 15 SO OFFERS ENCOURAGED!!!

CLAUDE BUTLER SPECTRE 17"

This bike was my mum's and is now the gf's. It is almost completely original only changes are saddle, bars, grips and tires. Lovely lugged reynolds frame. Could do with some TLC, new chain and cable inners (which I am happy to throw in) and the decals are tatty but with some elbow grease and time this could be a great bike. XT rear mech, LX front with LX shifters/bake levers.

£100

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2000 MARIN WOLF RIDGE FRAME 18"

disk/rim brake compatible, partially stripped needs pivot kit, with seat post, bb and hollowtech LX crankset £60

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HOPE BRAKE SET

one calliper seized, post mount front, standard mount rear £30 SOLD

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WHEELS

Mavic X221 rims (rim brake compatible) on Marin ovation hubs, 9 speed block plus Tioga DH 2.1 tires and Hope rotas £50

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FOX VANILLA R

180mm I2I 50mm stroke, came off Marin wolf ridge
Fair condition £15 posted
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9 SPEED XT REAR MECH
£12 SOLD

LX FRONT MECH
£12 SOLD

LX SHIFTERS
£12 SOLD

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PLANET X SADDLE

Cromo rails normal scuffs and damage at the back as pictured £6 posted
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PEDALS

DMR V8s bit rough around the edges bearings could probably do with re-packing (might have a set of terror pins to throw in if I can track them down)
£10

Ritchey SPD
£8 SOLD

Wellgo SPD
£6

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FORKS

Manitou Splice Super forks 1 1/8" disk only (post mounts) 200mm steerer. inc Conix £45 posted SOLD


BARS

24/7 bars 2" rise steel (heavy!) will take a pasting bit tatty paint wise but still good to go
£7

Scott alloy risers (see pics of Claude Butler above) scratched from fitting but un-cut and really only done a couple of miles!
£7

Thorn seatpost 28.6
£5

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Alloy seatpost clamp 34 and a bit mm
£3

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Any questions feel free to PM me. I will update with prices including postage soon and the rest of the pics!


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 12, 2010 10:09 am 
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Trying to find what these brakes were, I discovered that the Hope archive of old manuals seems to be under reconstruction as is their whole website.

Anyway, they are Open 2s. Which levers are they? Pro or Sport? And caliper nos?


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 12, 2010 10:25 am 
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I have to dig them out of the shed, but when I do I will get back to you with photos etc


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 09, 2010 7:15 am 
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'Fraid I have decided to stick with the frame and brakes for now :oops: , the forks however are still up for grabs. they really are practically new. Got them from my LBS where they had been removed from a Cannondale, I fitted them to my Marin and then never rode the bike again. Will try to get pics up tomorrow.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 10, 2010 1:29 pm 
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 10, 2010 2:36 pm 
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What was the length of the steerer?


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 10, 2010 5:41 pm 
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Steerer is 200mm


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would you trade the shock?


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Yep. What were you thinking?


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