2002 Turner DHR for sale

wooly pluto

Retro Guru
Hi all,

just testing the water as some plans may go well or bad. Potentially new-built Turner DHR heavy rig is up for sale. The frame is in overally good condition with some (slight) near headtube dent caused by dual crown fork. Nothing to worry about. I rode it for no more than 150 kilometers (flat, no downhill), so it is beautiful and still smells fresh.

So here is the specs.
Frame - 2002 Turner DHR size M - the famous twin tube design. It needs fresh bearings but i will try to get is sorted soon. These are standard bearings, nothing hard to find.
Headset - down Chris King, top something low profile blue-anodised as it really need some low headset due to dual crown Marzocchi Monster.
Fork - Marzocchi Monster 178mm with Enduro seals. I serviced it half a year ago. It has some battle scarfs on the legs but works great and smooth and has no leaking problems at all.
Rear shock - 5th Element 215mm lenght (proper for this frame). Serviced by me, works great.
Seat collar - Salsa,
Seatpost - Thomson Elite setback 27.2mm
Seat - Koski Engineering (NOS),
Stem - RaceFace Diabolus - full CNC, very short 25.4mm
Bar - Tomac (with a lot of scratches),
Brakes - Front Magura Gustav M or Hope Mono6Ti (your choice) / rear Hope Mono6Ti,
Grips - Renthal Kevlar with ODI,
Cranks - Race Face Turbine,
Rear mech - XTR 952 short cage with XTR952 shifter
Wheels - Ringle hubs (NOS) / Mavic 321D 32h (NOS) / Maxxis DHF 2.5 (like new)
Plus Ringle ZuZu and MRP chain device.

It runs great.

Thats more or less all - if you need to know something more, just give me a shout. Bike is in Poland and can be sent wherever you wish (costs covered by purchaser) - I have some experience shipping bikes to HongKong and UK.

Price - 1000 GBP as is (plus shipping)



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If you are on Facebook there's a vintage downhill group that would definitely give you some interest