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    Gary Fisher Mt Tam 2001

    I aquired this frame real cheap. I'm wondering if is worth building a bike? I don't race, but do ride hard. Michael<><.

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    Definitely

    It's Gary Fisher's best hardtail frame of that time - about 3.5 pounds, 6061 Aluminum, made in the U.S.A., ~1600 retail for the full bike then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey
    It's Gary Fisher's best hardtail frame of that time - about 3.5 pounds, 6061 Aluminum, made in the U.S.A., ~1600 retail for the full bike then.
    The Xcaliber was the top of the line hardtail frame of that time.

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    Same frame

    I don't think the X-Caliber was in the production in 2001. And in 2000, it did have the same exact frame as the Mt. Tam, though the X-Caliber was a higher-priced complete bike.

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