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    Y no grease?ლ(ಠ益ಠლ
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    shimano legacy parts - shifters

    Anyone know of an online catalog showing previous years' XTR shifters? I have no idea how old these things are, what year... SL-M952
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    yorkshire mud monkey
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    at a guess id say 952 is around the 1998 mark, i will get u a good link to pics aof all xtr group sets tnight when i get home.
    as steve said "As long as the rotor/rivets clears the fork, a miss is as good as a mile"

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    yorkshire mud monkey
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    as promised here you go
    as steve said "As long as the rotor/rivets clears the fork, a miss is as good as a mile"

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    yorkshire mud monkey
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    as steve said "As long as the rotor/rivets clears the fork, a miss is as good as a mile"

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    yorkshire mud monkey
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    ohh i was 1 year out it was 1999
    as steve said "As long as the rotor/rivets clears the fork, a miss is as good as a mile"

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    Y no grease?ლ(ಠ益ಠლ
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    Hm I think you're right? Thanks a ton. I guess the gear indicator thing has been removed?, otherwise the levers etc look the same..



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