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Old 01-14-06, 03:52 PM
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Sachs Powerdisc's

Need some info on where I might be able to obtain a front set of Sachs Powerdisc's to fit a Cannondale MOTO120 that I recently purchased.
I have been watching on e-bay but so far have been unable to locate any.
I have heard that this is probably the only system that will work with this fork.
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For obscure parts, try Sheldon Brown's shop. Harris Cyclery, I think it is. Just Google Sheldon and the rest will fall into place. If there is a Sachs disc to be found, Sheldon will know where.
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Contact SRAM, they patented the sachs powerdisc in 1994
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