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    1999 Fisher Procaliber

    Anyone know anything about these bikes? I have been keeping an eye on CL for a light-sh hardtail on the cheap and thinking I may be able to score this for $300. Has pics and all looks good. It's a little old but how much can go wrong on a steel frame? From what I could find out it has 73mm BB shell and 1 1/8" HT.

    Up for sale is a 99 Large Fisher Procaliber. It is a full XTR bike with Specialized S-Works wheels. I have owned it for 10 years, but have not ridden it for the last 6-7 years.
    This thing weighs 22.4lbs with heavy bars and seatpost!!. This was a $3100.00 bike back in 1999.

    Any opinions would be appreciated!

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    Sure it's light but the components are all old and who knows how worn out they may be. If it is in really great condition and fit you properly it would be worth $300, otherwise I would pass. The cost of upgrading old bikes gets high quickly. For instance a new fork would cost you more than the whole bike.

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