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Old 10-18-11, 08:44 PM   #1
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Any one know anything about a concorde diablo?

I have bought a concorde diablo mtb .Has a cr-mo tange front fork richie frame and wheels.Says infinity tange tubing?Any info would be much appreciated
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Welcome to the forum Charles. Please post pictures, otherwise we can only make wild guesses. You need to give us something to work with to expect any kind of info.
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Old 10-19-11, 09:11 AM   #3
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Google Tange infinity tubing, it was one of their better grades (but not the top of their line).
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I read the title as, "any one know anything about a concrete d i l d o," and thought I was on the wrong forum for a minute there...
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Heres the pic.s and its not concrete
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Top pull cable routing puts it firmly in the 1990s, fully rigid steel frame puts it at maybe '95 or '96 max. I'd guess it's a 1994 or 1995.

What are the components? Crankset, derailers should say stuff like "Deore LX", "STX", etc. Looks like a very nice mid-upper level bike. How much did you pay? I'd estimate its value at about $150-$200 depending on components.
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Richey frame, tange mtb front forks,shimano stx shifter,ritchey vantage wheels,fi'zlik saddle,infinity cr-mo tange tubing.I bought It for $90.00 and the guy threw in a giant yukon which is like new.And a new bike stand.The giant did have a flat tire on the front .I was going to sell the concorde but I,ve been riding it and it,s so smooth and light I can't bring myself to sell it.The guy I bought it from says he paid over $1000 for it .
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