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    98/99 Trek Pro Issue DH

    Just managed to finally after all these years get hold of one of these beasts!!!

    Apparently only 100 ever made.

    Does anyone have any information on these frames at all ?

    Sizes ?
    Geometry ?
    Weight ?
    Travel ?
    and any other information you would like to share or know of.

    I've contacted Trek just waiting on a reply hopefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavyp View Post
    Just managed to finally after all these years get hold of one of these beasts!!!

    Apparently only 100 ever made.

    Does anyone have any information on these frames at all ?

    Sizes ?
    Geometry ?
    Weight ?
    Travel ?
    and any other information you would like to share or know of.

    I've contacted Trek just waiting on a reply hopefully.


    Weight? Put it on a scale and let us know.
    Travel? Based on the reviews on this site....could be anywhere between 6.5-8"

    Trek 1999 Pro Issue DH Full Suspension Bike Reviews

    Geometry doesn't matter.......in '98/'99 DH geometry is nothing like even that of just 5 years ago. The bike was spec'd with a 6"/150mm Boxxer.

    BikePedia - 1998 Trek Y Team DH Complete Bicycle
    I crashed hard enough on my Tallboy to break my leg,
    The carbon is way more durable than most people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbikej View Post
    Geometry doesn't matter.......in '98/'99 DH geometry is nothing like even that of just 5 years ago. The bike was spec'd with a 6"/150mm Boxxer.
    I know this is based on a team bike but Rob Warners 99 Giant ATX DH Team had a 63 degree head angle slacker than some bikes from the current day.

    But fair call I was just after weight of full bike when they were for sale and stuff like that and how much the geometry changes when putting the shock in its different positions.

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