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    Spam: Independent Fabrications for sale

    Yeah, I know it's not a 29er. I'm thinking the proceeds might go towards a 29'er though so that's good enough.

    Check the MTBR classifieds:
    http://classifieds.mtbr.com/cgi-bin/...uery=retrieval

    Or go directly to the meat n potatoes:
    www.project-one.us/ifpage.html
    It's only weird because it's not normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mckeand13
    Yeah, I know it's not a 29er. I'm thinking the proceeds might go towards a 29'er though so that's good enough.

    Check the MTBR classifieds:
    http://classifieds.mtbr.com/cgi-bin/...uery=retrieval

    Or go directly to the meat n potatoes:
    www.project-one.us/ifpage.html
    The description says everything is perfect except for one rub mark on the frame and one on the fork. But you can clearly see a big crack in the rear hub shell in the close-up picture of it???????

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    stock or custom frame?

    what are the rest of the measurements? top tube? st/ht angles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VT Mike
    The description says everything is perfect except for one rub mark on the frame and one on the fork. But you can clearly see a big crack in the rear hub shell in the close-up picture of it???????
    That's not a crack. It's a scratch.
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    I measured TT virtual (center of headtube to center of
    seattube horizontal) at 595mm. The catalog states
    23.3" which is 593mm. So I'm close with the eye....

    All stock geometry. The only custom part is the hose guides.

    The rest of the geometry from that years brochure is:
    Stand over: 30.3"
    Head tube length: 107mm
    Fork offset: 39mm
    Head tube angle: 71.5deg
    Seat tube angle: 72deg
    Wheelbase: 41.5"

    As stated by GoKart, it's not a crack. It's a scratch. I remember doing it when I was lacing the wheel and I was pissed!
    Last edited by mckeand13; 02-17-2006 at 05:47 PM.
    It's only weird because it's not normal.

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