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    88 Mt Tam

    Picked this up from the original owner. Told me it had never seen dirt or rain. used on a trainer most of it's life. By the condition I don't doubt his story. He ordered it with canti's front an rear. Included the 88 fisher catalog and original sales receipt.

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    Seeking MB-2 Fork (19.3), Ritchey FD post silver 26.8

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    Nice! Thanks for sharing. Great condition.

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    nice bike

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    Never seen dirt nor rain...sounds like a Klein. I'm not a big Fisher fan but that's awful nice.
    Looking for: Really nice set of black M730 cranks

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    I miss mine that was just like that one....but a hair too small for me. Great ridin' bikes.
    Somec is like the digital Zunow
    And this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD5h3y0a9AU

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    Sweet! I've always liked those. (It was the bike I lusted over, along with Ritcheys when I was riding my badass Takara Highlander in the 80's.)
    Don't call it a gooseneck.

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    Nice one. Its funny how he can never seem to get the "TET" stamped on the bottom bracket straight.
    Need: McMahon brake for roller cam mounts, Mountain Goat fork.

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    Great pick up! Beautiful.

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    Looks to be in great condition!!!

    I've always liked the paint scheme on that bike. Kind of John Deere, but nice.
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    Very nice, great find.
    Looking for a TNT Titanium front hub....

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    Very nice.
    Seek: Koski Trailmaster. Breezer Series 2, or 3. Fillet brazed Ibis Custom. Cunningham Racer. Otis Guy (but not that softride model). That's all I need I don't need anything else... except... except for an old Mountain Goat bar stem combo. And that's all I need. I don't need anything else. Except.....

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    Always loved the Mt. Tam. My first MTB was a used 86 Montare (bought in 88) and the Mt Tam was my dream machine. Sooo clean. I want!

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    That's a prime example of a high end, hand built production bike. Very nice. I'd quiver that proudly.
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    So clean, it's begging to be ridden on descent trails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yo-Nate-y View Post
    Great ridin' bikes.
    +1

    And so clean!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefmiguel View Post
    So clean, it's begging to be ridden on descent trails.
    And even uphills.

    Beauty of a specimen!

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    Theres a younger kid that rides one identical to that one, fillet brazed and its way way to big. Also its not as pristine as the one above. Its one of the biggest mountain bikes ive ever seen. Its so big he has the seat post all the way down as far as it will go just to ride it. I've tried to buy it but he won't budge. I'm shorter than he is so I couldn't ride it, but would be a good bike to have
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    Nice! I'm a big fan of the Teesdale Mt. Tams. Nothing rides quite like them. I finally found the right size, but unfortunately it's not in nearly as good a shape as yours. The search continues...

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    Sweet!!!

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