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    24" Parts - free

    I just finished a build based on a Marin 24" frame (it is awesome) and I have a spare Spinner fork and Shimano 3x7 trigger shifters.

    If you are interested, I would be happy to send free of charge if you cover postage.

    Triggers are used but work great (I bought new ones because it is for my daughter and I spoil her). Triggers are one of the best upgrades you can make to a stock 24" bike that has grip shifters.

    I will likely toss them out (youngest kid, don't need them), but I remember what a pain in the a__ is was to find 24" parts, so I thought I would offer it to the group first.

    I know there is a for sale area, but I am not selling, and only folks in this area would care.
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    Is it a Spinner Air fork? Just bought my 7 year old a Hotrock 24 which has already been upgraded to triggers and disc brakes, but could do with a new fork at some point...

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    No. It is a spring fork. Stock from a Bayview Trail. It is good for someone replacing a rigid fork or building from a frame.

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    Thanks anyway

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    Sending pm on the triggers.

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    Hi. If those triggers would work with a shimano der. I will take them if kickhorse does not. I will send you a PM. In any case, very cool of you to offer.
    Only boring people get bored.

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    I'l take the fork! I think
    you replied to my post about the 24" Trek. I'

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    It is 1" treaded right?
    you want to throw the triggers in the same box, I'll take them too. I'm always finding and fixing up kids bikes, and giving them to friends kids... Friends don't let friends kids ride Walmart bikes!
    At least I'll get this Trek fixed up and rideable, even if I get something different for my daughter.

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    All mailed today. Happy to hear some kids are going to get new rides!

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    Got the fork. Got a little nervous, as I noticed it's 1-1/8" threadless.
    Turns out the bike I was putting it on is 1-1/8" threaded, Thought is was 1" threaded. Looks like I just need to find a headset, and it will work.
    See it has a disk brake mount. Hmmmm. Tempting.
    Thanks a lot!

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    I converted my sons 24" Hotrock to 1x9. Have the grip shifts, fr and rear der. and the rear brake and lever. For free if anyone interested, just pay for shipping.

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    We ought to change this to the "Free parts exchange" thread" LOL

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