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Old 05-24-06, 08:55 AM   #1
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Name That Year! (Monocog)

I am looking at this Redline Monocog for my first SS and can't figure out the year. He thinks it's a 2005, but the '05s that I've seen on the net are flat black...
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Old 05-24-06, 09:12 AM   #2
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I shall name it Rudy! I always thought Rudy was a nice name for a year.
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No way it's an '05. No disc mounts.
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it's eiter an '03 or an '04 i don't know that they changed much.

but i own one (same frame as in the pic) and it is a great bike.

so long as you don't want discs you should be golden!
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wtf is that seatpost?
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wtf is that seatpost?
I think it's one o' them Pudbuster seatposts
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05 disc

The 05 has disc mounts, I have one, and have disc brakes on it. So it would be older
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Thanks ya'll! I'm not planning on running discs, so it should suit.
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