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    2002 DHi

    I recently picked up a 2002 DHi Race from a friend of mine. I like the bike, but the frame is too small for me and is missing a shock mounting bolt (the threaded rod and 2 tapered nuts). I'd like to pick up the missing hardware while I'm looking for a new frame...any ideas where I should look (doesn't look like standard hardware store stuff)? Thanks.

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    By playing around with the URL, I came across a parts list (the link from the GT site was incorrect):

    http://www.gtbicycles.com/GTCMS/tech...Parts_List.pdf

    The parts apparently are the bottom shock nut: G24006/ATINT0012 supplied by ATI and the bottom shock stud, which is part of the GT part number and ATI number ATIOT0307. Still trying to find a source.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebarker9
    I recently picked up a 2002 DHi Race from a friend of mine. I like the bike, but the frame is too small for me and is missing a shock mounting bolt (the threaded rod and 2 tapered nuts). I'd like to pick up the missing hardware while I'm looking for a new frame...any ideas where I should look (doesn't look like standard hardware store stuff)? Thanks.

    Edit:

    By playing around with the URL, I came across a parts list (the link from the GT site was incorrect):

    http://www.gtbicycles.com/GTCMS/tech...Parts_List.pdf

    The parts apparently are the bottom shock nut: G24006/ATINT0012 supplied by ATI and the bottom shock stud, which is part of the GT part number and ATI number ATIOT0307. Still trying to find a source.
    There is nothing worse than riding a bike that the frame is too small. My suggestion would be to fix it and sell it.
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE,
    There is nothing worse than riding a bike that the frame is too small. My suggestion would be to fix it and sell it.
    That's the plan. Originally I was going to fix it and tool around on it for a couple of weeks while I ordered a new frame, but now I may just get an entirely new bike. Still would be nice to have that hardware though.

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