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    M1

    Couldn't resist posting it, even though it's not done...
    Also couldn't resist the red pedals!
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    very nice, wut year is that? and why the 24 rear wheel?
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    Everyone is saying it's pre-2000. The 24 wheel was bought with it. Thought I'd try it out before I buy new wheels. It's getting expensive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperKat7
    Everyone is saying it's pre-2000. The 24 wheel was bought with it. Thought I'd try it out before I buy new wheels. It's getting expensive!
    yeah i know what you mean, a wheel set can run about 700 and also what pedals are those?

    sweet bike btw

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    from what it seems m1's seem to be pretty solid frames even when there older... am i correct?
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    Pedals

    Pedlas = Planet X Clingon II - red ones!
    The frame has no dents or cracks so I figured it was good for me to learn on and toss around. I was wondering if Intense could track the frame by the number on the bottom but their site is down.
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    Intense Serial number

    Where is your number?, I still can't find mine on my 2001 M1. http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...=serial+number
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    26 inch is way better for pedaling...nice bike
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    26 inch is way better for pedaling...nice bike


    Hey, i thought you hated pedalling??
    What would you know about it anyway???

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