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    1994 Marin Zig Zag Trail with new paint job

    Well, the frame atleast. With all original decals... Next is the clear coat
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    Sorry, forgot a before picture
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    what steel tubing was used on that bike?

    looks very good.
    2009 Marin Mount Vision 5.7....a great everything bike...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROG30Y
    what steel tubing was used on that bike?

    looks very good.
    Thanks man. Its Tange chromoly
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    nice job mate

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    Very nice . Always liked the classic Marins. I had a Pine mountain of the same year.

    Boy that's a stem and a half on the original.

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    Thanks guys. Yeah imo the original was not to my liking so I decided to do something different yet let everyone know what bike it is w the original stickers. Funny cause the zig zag stickers cost more than a few components on the bike. Comin soon is a 2009 fox 80mm fork.
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    How's it go with a 80mm fork. I've got a 90's Tomac Raleigh and there was quite a bit of wheel flop with a 80mm fork[ original was a 50mm fork]. I ended up putting a Manitou 60mm fork on it. I'm looking out for a 80mm fork with G2 offset to run on it.

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