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    Diamondback Arrival Components by Peaceisdeath | Photobucket

    I linked the images here

    Help IDing the anti chain suck device would be great
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    Greetings from Germany

    Hello everyone, I am writing you from Germany and I own a really nice Kuwahara oncilla MTB from the early 2000's. I was always unsure if I should sell it or not. So I decided to ask some folks that answer me that question. I know the bike probably doesn't fit into the category of being vintage, but let's call it a young timer! I did actually read the forums faq, but I don't want to put the bike into ebay for 99 cent's - no not gonna happen!

    Regarding the bike's condition, yes it needs cleaning, yes it is fully functional, it need some new parts like a new chain, probably a new disk (front) and (back) and tires and some oil

    Anyway let's get to the meat, shall we?

    https://postimg.cc/image/b3fj05ncd/
    https://postimg.cc/image/j8xkyctlp/
    https://postimg.cc/image/hh4m3i7ot/
    https://postimg.cc/image/ni2b0o9rh/
    https://postimg.cc/image/ula6gd7i5/
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    https://postimg.cc/image/yuewindd9/
    https://postimg.cc/image/h5n5qiebh/
    https://postimg.cc/image/nw3mzzr7h/

    I would love to hear your opinions, it might be that this bike don't fit any "kuwahara" fan restrictions, because it might be to new, it was one of the last models to get your hands on. I bought it around the year 2000 (I am not exactly sure) and it hat a new price of around 2.400 Euro's

    I bought it for less because it was the last years model...

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    Typically photos showing the drive side of the bike and drivetrain component details are helpful in determining value. The bike is not old enough or unique enough to interest a collector and not new enough to compete with newer bikes for a buyer's attention unless it is at a very low price. The likely buyer is someone looking for an inexpensive bike to ride around the neighborhood or someone looking to buy an inexpensive bike for their kid. If you like to ride it and enjoy it, your best bet is to keep it and enjoy it.

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