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    Scott Pro Racing Ritchey dropouts Stem ID

    I scored this today which is great because I have been shopping around for a nice vintage steel bike to ride around on. They replaced the Judy fork and put V brakes on. Can anybody tell me a little about the frame and ID the stem? This is a keeper, it fits me perfect. The chain is too short but other than that, it is ready to ride. Thanks, Scotty





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    Any info on this frame is appreciated. I can't find doodley squat online about this.
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    I guess it has Ritchey dropouts and fastback chainstays. The seat tube is ovalized at the bottom bracket just like the Ritchey tubing on my Breezer Lightning.
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    Interestingly enough, I don't know much other than I pick up one last week as well, I have some rust on my chainstays so I was thinking about a new paint job to go with the NOS 97' Z2 Bomber I have coming for it, I was gonna throw up a picture just to make sure it was'nt sacreligious to repaint.

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    [QUOTE=ScottyMTB]I scored this today which is great because I have been shopping around for a nice vintage steel bike to ride around on. They replaced the Judy fork and put V brakes on. Can anybody tell me a little about the frame and ID the stem? This is a keeper, it fits me perfect. The chain is too short but other than that, it is ready to ride. Thanks, Scotty

    Nice find, looks sturdy. The stem looks like a Craig Stem.
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    I had a purple craigs stem. This one has some machined grooves in it. It has 2 cracks where the bolts are.

    That team model looks cool. Is there a difference between the team and pro? Funny your are taking the MAG 21s off, I was just about to put some on mine. I have a Manitou Comp fork that might also look goo. I don't like these forks, they look cheap.

    Now that I look at your team model, I see one difference for sure. Mine has the seat post clamp through the chain stays. I think that is called fast back. Correct me if I am wrong.
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    Here's a copy from the '95 Scott catalog. Your bike is +/- 1 year of this.

    The "Team" was the top of the line bike, followed by the Team and then the Comp. There were many bikes below these, but these three were the "racing series."

    Nice looking bike!

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    Scott Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by laffeaux
    Here's a copy from the '95 Scott catalog. Your bike is +/- 1 year of this.

    The "Team" was the top of the line bike, followed by the Team and then the Comp. There were many bikes below these, but these three were the "racing series."

    Nice looking bike!
    The "Team" was top, or the Pro? Thanks for the pic. I had no idea the Cook Bros Cranks were stock on anything.
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    The Pro was top of the line. The Team was a step down with mostly XT components, versus a lot of XTR on the Pro.
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    Be careful, the handlebar looks like an accident waiting to happen.

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    Thanks. You can see the crack where the bolt goes in to the neck. There is a similiar one underneath. I am stem hunting now.
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