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    My Updated Trek 930 Single Track


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    Quote Originally Posted by jtcastillo
    I love this bike!
    I used to have one of those! It was a great bike! Yours looks a bit different from mine, though - nice job updating it!

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    LOVE IT!!!

    That build is so awesome you have me posting for the first time in almost 5 years!

    Any technical/compatibility issues combining new parts on an old frame?

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    None, everything fits perfect. Since this post, I've added new Surly Fork and raced it at least 5 times. This is my favorite bike!

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    What kind of fork did you have on it before the Surly? Does that frame have a 1-1/8" head tube?

    If it's 1", where do you find a 1" threadless steering tube steel fork these days let alone a 1" stem?

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    Clean.

    Even thought I like squish, I admire a clean bike. Good show!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8200rpm View Post
    What kind of fork did you have on it before the Surly? Does that frame have a 1-1/8" head tube?

    If it's 1", where do you find a 1" threadless steering tube steel fork these days let alone a 1" stem?
    1 1/8" Threadless. I got lucky!

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    I think 92 or 93 up were 1 1/8 forks. I had a 93 970 and fell immediately in love with lugged Treks. I now have an 89' 950 and 970. Awesome build with modern components

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    Quote Originally Posted by griplimited View Post
    I think 92 or 93 up were 1 1/8 forks. I had a 93 970 and fell immediately in love with lugged Treks. I now have an 89' 950 and 970. Awesome build with modern components
    I would love to have a custom lugged MTB that accepts 100mm suspension forks.

    I love my 930 though. The setup I have right now is perfect! I need new grips, I'm thinking Black Oury Grips. I guess racing rigid, I really am holding too tightly on the grips. Its kinda holding on for dear life thing!

    Link to the Current State of My Bicycle Grips ...

    LOL

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