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Old 10-24-04, 05:00 AM   #1
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I got my new Bike!!!!

I took the plunge a bought a brand new 2002 Gary Fisher Tassajara (old stock) for almost half the original price. Beautifull bike.... aint all new bikes beaautiful!!!!!!! I have not taken it on the trial yet but will do so next weekend when we visit my in-laws who work on a game farm. Cannot wait. We also got a alu frame for my wife with a shock. Will be building over her Alivio 7 Speed groupset from her styeel framed (weighs as much as a Sherman Tank!!!) Nishiki.

Can someone out there help. I need the service manuals for the Manitou Elite Six Suspension fork on the bike. It is the 2002 model. All help will be appreciated. I sent an email to answerproducts.com asking for assistance as well.

Keep those wheels spinning!!!!

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Old 10-24-04, 05:44 PM   #2
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Congratulations. Your right, nothing like a new bike. I wish a new bike smelled like a new car though.
I'll be getiing a Kona Mtn bike tomorrow. Either a Kikapuu deluxe or a Dawg. Don't worry I'll have it figured out by tomorrow.
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Old 10-24-04, 06:48 PM   #3
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I took the plunge a bought a brand new 2002 Gary Fisher Tassajara (old stock) for almost half the original price. Beautifull bike.... aint all new bikes beaautiful!!!!!!! I have not taken it on the trial yet but will do so next weekend when we visit my in-laws who work on a game farm. Cannot wait. We also got a alu frame for my wife with a shock. Will be building over her Alivio 7 Speed groupset from her styeel framed (weighs as much as a Sherman Tank!!!) Nishiki.

Can someone out there help. I need the service manuals for the Manitou Elite Six Suspension fork on the bike. It is the 2002 model. All help will be appreciated. I sent an email to answerproducts.com asking for assistance as well.

Keep those wheels spinning!!!!

Big H
Congrats!

Did you get the one with disc brakes or the one with V's?
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Old 10-24-04, 10:16 PM   #4
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V-brakes......
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