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    Are these the original links?Afterburner 1999?

    Hello,

    I bought one used Turner AfterBurner (1999?).
    I was wondering thru the net to find some pictures of this model, and from what
    i saw i believe that the upper links that came with my bike are not the original
    ones...
    My question is: Does anyone has photos of the original model and links?
    Could you post photos of this model or tell me where i can find them (photos)?
    Also could you send me some measurements of the links so that i
    can compare to find out if these are ok?
    Are there any other turner links that would fit my bike?
    These links work normally but i would like to be sure.
    Also, is the 96' - 99' XC Full Rebuild Kit the one for my bike?



    if you please look here, i posted photos of my bike on this forum topic.

    http://www.freeridezone.net/forumbb/...?topic=11298.0

    (its written in portuguese...)


    Could you also send me some pictures or more info of this frame model, or tell me were i can find them? Also what colours would it have originally? Mine is painted black
    mate, but i know the rear part was white.

    The brake adapter is also a bit ruined. i saw this post from technikal that ask you guys if the thing still exists, yet i dont know if he could bought one from turner... I send them an email yesterday, im waiting for them to reply...

    Stinger Disc Brake Adaptor?


    thank you for you attention, and sorry for all the questions...

    Marcolino

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    Marco,
    Your first link is not working, something about the topic being removed/ no longer available???

    ( O tópico ou quadro que procura parece estar desaparecido. )


    Also, for original pictures. There is a link in the sticky at the top about classic Turners. I think there are a few original shots of Afterburners there. Good luck...

    Cheers
    C-

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    I tried it now, and its working...
    the site where i posted changed during the night.

    you can see it here,

    http://www.freeridezone.net/forumbb/...?topic=11298.0

    thank you,

    Marcolino

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcolino
    I tried it now, and its working...
    the site where i posted changed during the night.

    you can see it here,

    http://www.freeridezone.net/forumbb/...?topic=11298.0

    thank you,

    Marcolino
    nope. yer link is still hosed. heres the link to the classic turner thread: http://forums.mtbr.com/turner/classic-turners-139100.html#post1282360
    that is thee original afterburner pictured there. slight changes were made as the followin pics will show.
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    CC,
    Did DT ever get a lead on the AB he was looking for?

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    i think so pal. i dont know the details but i got a email from him a few days later thankin me for some info i provided on those pics and it sounded like it worked out. cool deal.
    No, I'm NOT back!

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    well, here is the latest the photo of the bike.

    http://img138.imageshack.us/my.php?i...titled18km.jpg

    this one doesnt has the updated wheels...

    http://img105.imageshack.us/my.php?i...9resize3lz.jpg

    by the way thank for posting the classic turners link, i think i have seen it once, but i couldnt find it again...my bike really looks like RaD´s burner dh, so i wonder if the guy that sold it to me knew its model name...It originally belonged to this bike mechanic that i know.

    thank you guys,

    Marcolino

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    1996

    That is a 1996 Afterburner, and those are not original rocker plates.

    Have fun.

    DT

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    thanks DT and guys on the info!
    The bike has trully an amazing design!!!
    it´s really awesome, and specially made in 1996!!!
    I´ll keep you posted when its finished.
    i think it was treated roughly over the years, by the previous owners...
    i think i´ll open another topic (1996 Afterburner Arises)...

    by the way i love this forum!!

    Marcolino

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerk_Chicken
    CC,
    Did DT ever get a lead on the AB he was looking for?
    Yup. He found what he was looking for.

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