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Old 07-10-24, 02:58 PM
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Older Cannondale info

I have an older Cannondale Delta V, only Code on it is BI-0301 any help with info would be great.


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A drive side shot, or a list of components, would help a lot.
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Did you look here? https://vintagecannondale.com/info/serial_numbers/
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Delta V full suspension started in '92 and morphed into the Super V.
That vertical rear shock went away around 94(?).
Odd serial number for a Cannondale.
Catalogs available here: https://vintagecannondale.com/catalog/
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That's the only markings I can find.
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There should be serial number info stamped on the BB and this is what I would expect.

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I read this post a few days ago and was stumped. Today I ran across this in a listing for a 90's Cannondale road frame:
The location for a SN is correct, but like the OP's case, the format doesn't line up with anything that I could find. Maybe it was a new employee's first day on the SN stamping line...
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Just looked at both 88 frames and no serial on the BB. 🤔
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Originally Posted by Trav1s
Just looked at both 88 frames and no serial on the BB. 🤔
Look at the chain stays and seat stays. By 1988, I believe they were stamping the serial numbers on one of those. (I seem to remember it being the left chain stay, but it's a dim memory.)
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