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Old 01-29-04, 02:06 AM   #1
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sweet use for old steel, refit-bike pic.

http://www.kcn.ne.jp/~vp-gyro/NEWS/p...sukinbike.html

I found this pic of a Ritchey frameset with nice parts.

a nice to road setup for a mtb..I like it.
This is a very similar frame to mine with the same front derailer removal I'm working on.
Any knowlage on softride stems?
Magura brakes?
Are suspension forks able to go on headtubes of this angle?

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Old 01-29-04, 03:46 AM   #2
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that's a really nice setup. magura rim brakes are pretty strong and good lever feel, too. it should be able to take a suspension fork although probably around a 63-80mm fork at the most. wouldn't put a 100mm fork on it.
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