Really appreciate the info kokies; thank you.
I’ve been in contact with Paul Iddon’s son; I’ve heard back from him to say that Paul will be in touch with me. Will be great to find out quite a bit more history straight from the horses mouth, so to speak.
Will keep you posted.
I believe they are circa ‘96 Fluffychicken. Re the barcode; that’s why I couldn’t pull anything up on the Rock Shox trailhead website or from SRAM directly as there isn’t a serial number on the crown (not a Rock Shox one anyway).
If I wasn’t currently building a “bum in air” hardtail to...
Ha! Yeah, time spent on the bike are indeed mindful minutes Spudly! TBH, you were very close with dual crown description.
They are indeed my set I’ve got for sale on the bay. I’ve got somebody in the US offering me £650 and it tickled my curiosity about their provenance again.
Yep, dual crown Spudly. SRAM told me that they were a low volume custom project for Specialized; basically a Judy DHO with carbon lowers made by Specialized.
I would however like to find out a bit more about them from the barcode/serial number and the Iddon Zeds decal origin.
Hi there; long time retro fan however rather infrequent poster here on Retrobike!
Does anyone know the origins of the period correct dust caps used on the dip fade Kooka cranks? Here is a pic of the one off mine.
Cheers for any expert information as I’ve drawn a blank when searching Google images.