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Old 06-09-14, 04:20 PM   #1
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DBS Kilimanjaro bike

Can't seem to find much info on a Dbs Kilimanjaro bike we have. I understand DBS is a Norwegian company. It is not a mountain bike, but a racer type with curved handlebars and 27.5inch wheels.
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Can't seem to find much info on a Dbs Kilimanjaro bike we have. I understand DBS is a Norwegian company. It is not a mountain bike, but a racer type with curved handlebars and 27.5inch wheels.
Hi there, any chance you every found out more info on your DBS Kilimanjaro? I just bought one yesterday and it needs some TLC so I am trying to find out the bike specs so I can shop for parts. I am attaching a photo in case anyone can help me track down info on this bike.
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Old 07-06-15, 08:52 AM   #3
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I can't give you the specs, but they were usually aluminium frames, 559 m.m. rims, specs for crank, bottom bracket head set and seat post should still be widely available as standard sized parts. How is condition of the suspension on the fork? Shimano 21 gear set up? I would guess it was new around 1995, frame was built to handle both road and off road well.

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