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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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    Let's see those rare parts!-nwjmka.jpg

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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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    "May your trails be winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view." - Ed Abbey
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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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