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    any good online shops that can get access to Manitou spare parts?

    Are there any online shops that can get access to Manitou spare parts under their new distribution model? I need to get a new crown steerer for a manitou minute 100mm and sometimes find dealing with the LBS on spare parts can be difficult.
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    Chain Reaction cycles has a large stock of Manitou spares.

    It's a bit random though (I suspect someone else went bust and they bought up everything), best bet would be to email them, they have uppers for various years and lengths of Minute.

    Alternatively try Emailing Manitou/Hayes group directly, they'll probably tell you to go through a shop but they can probably give you a part number to make life easier.

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    Jensonusa and Pricepoint can both get you the parts. As said above, contacting Manitou to get a part number can help a ton.

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    Actually, to save a step, part numbers can be found here:
    http://www.manitoumtb.com/assets/Ser...e%20Manual.pdf

    looks like if you have a Minute Expert the part number is 141-23993-K001

    If you have a Minute Pro the part number is 83-3155

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    Chain Reaction cycles has a large stock of Manitou spares.
    Some of those old spares can be expensive.

    For US$254.90 you can buy........

    a 2012 Manitou Minute Expert
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    a 2006 Manitou Minute 1 Crown Steerer & Stantion

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    Quote Originally Posted by mullen119 View Post
    Actually, to save a step, part numbers can be found here:
    http://www.manitoumtb.com/assets/Ser...e%20Manual.pdf

    looks like if you have a Minute Expert the part number is 141-23993-K001

    If you have a Minute Pro the part number is 83-3155

    I'd already contacted the wonderful tech reps at Manitou. The part # they gave me was 141-27222-K006.
    I can't find that in any of the service manuals from 2008-2012, so am assuming it is a 2013 part number.

    They said it comes with a air valve and est$ at $180.

    thanks for the suggestions. I'll try the LBS first, but know that parts orders can be a nuisance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinearl View Post
    I'd already contacted the wonderful tech reps at Manitou. The part # they gave me was 141-27222-K006.
    I can't find that in any of the service manuals from 2008-2012, so am assuming it is a 2013 part number.

    They said it comes with a air valve and est$ at $180.

    thanks for the suggestions. I'll try the LBS first, but know that parts orders can be a nuisance.
    As said above, you can get a brand new Minute Expert for not much more then that. Keep an eye on pricepoint. They have Minute Experts for $250 and they were $220 just last week. May be worth just spending the money on the new fork and keeping your old one for spare parts. Tough call.

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