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    Ritchey Logic Tubing

    Sorry if this is a stupid question, but can anybody tell me what the Ritchey Logic Super tubeset used on the 1992 Rocky Mountain Hammer actually is, I know Tange made it.

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    Here is a little information:
    http://www.oldmountainbikes.com/cata...nts1992_15.jpg

    Unfortunately it does mention wall thickness or butt lengths.
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    The key detail is that the logic tubing had shorter internal butting than equivalent Tange tubsets. I thought the hammer used Prestige Logic in the main triangle and something cheaper for the rear triangle and the Blizzard was all Prestige, but I could be wrong. My recollection is fuzzy.

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    Tange has there own version of short butted tubing used on '91 Paramount PDG90, just called Tange Prestige Short butted
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    Quote Originally Posted by bushpig
    My recollection is fuzzy.
    Fuzzy Logic?

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