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    Haha. No FD work with these! Myles Rockwell & Jimmy Deaton made these known during the early 90s DH hayday for Yeti. Rockwell typically used a 56T ring and won with that configuration on an 93' ARC-DH paired with Grafton cranks. He did well in the U.S.& EU DH racing circuit, including Kaprun, but my fondest memories are of the Mammoth Mountain Kamikaze DH. He clocked speeds of 60+MPH at the Reebok Eliminator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoon View Post
    Damn, I always loved kooka cranks. They were stiffer than graftons and didn't break like the cooks bros.
    I broke three Kooka arms and (knock on wood) am yet to break any Grafton or Cooks. I have some Kooka if you're interested and in the US.

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    you know about the recall on the manitou 2 (steerer tubes were too thin) don't worry google can explain

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    ^ That's a spicy meatball!

    Really loving the Syncros cranks. Oh how I lusted for those BITD.

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    vintage downhill anyone? Bullet bros fork
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/MDJVMd9Dy776WbPD6

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbooth View Post
    vintage downhill anyone? Bullet bros fork
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/MDJVMd9Dy776WbPD6
    ZZYZX, right? Didn't these have another name too? Cool fork!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Dog View Post
    Syncros Forged Crankset - Made in Canada
    With original chainrings and matching Ti BB(a bit grubby in this shot)

    Attachment 875866
    Very very similar to shimano m737 cranks.
    WTB: Bomber Z2 1 1/8 steerer, in good to excellent shape OR bomber rebuild kit.

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    Okay, this NOS stockpile is officially frickin' Sick.

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    Here is a rare frame - i have never seen anyone else have it, not even on the internet.
    It's my first proper mountainbike, first gen xtr components.
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    Hanging on a hook at a garage sale some people have more money than brains
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    ^ Oh sweet.

    I have a Ti Kona bar and seatpost, probably not very rare.. I'm looking for that elusive P2 Ti Fork though.

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    So I know it's not cool to post forks, but the situation is so rare: this FutureShock has been on my Hardrock for around 25 years. No idea how it got there, never seen another one on a Hardrock in all my years of looking. Is it a Stumpy piece? S-Works? If anyone has info, please share!
    Funny story, took it to the LBS to get the shock pumped up, the kid refused to do it. He said there was no valve under the little screw. Even when I told him that I had inflated it myself, but no longer had the pump for it, he wouldn't do it. I went home and did it with a bicycle tire pump. Kids...


    You may begin crapping all over my not-so-rare parts now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rismtb View Post
    Hanging on a hook at a garage sale some people have more money than brains
    Wow.
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    650B rims or wheel set. 80's vintage 32 or 36 x 135mm

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    Suntour Microlite XC pedal with titanium spindle

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