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    Manitou 4 Modification

    The unused canti. stop on my Manitou 4 was slowly driving me crazy. I found a Manitou 3 on eBay for cheap to cannibalize for parts since I didn't have the heart to hack off the stop on the brand new 4. The nicer aluminum adjuster knobs on the 3 also made it over to the 4.

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    there's a Manitou 4 in there...?

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    The 700c ones are 4's, I think.
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    Manitou 4?

    The spare fork on the right looks just like my 700c. Is this for sale?? I have a need for a back-up for my Physcocross bike. Cool website for clockworks.

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    Thanks, Valhart. I actually think my website is pretty lame since I made it myself. I just traded a frame for a website by a pro. Hopefully it'll be up in a month.
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    Website

    Not too opinionated on anything computer-related, so.... the CRAFTMANSHIP of the bikes on your website is really something. The fork crowns are interesting. Cast or nc? A lot of work for nc, but it's do-able, if not economical. Must be cast. Best of luck in your endevor. Oh yes, once again, I am interested in the 700c fork if available. The lowers at the least, but the whole shebang would be nice.

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    ha, neve even knew they made a 700c fork, stands to reason though. it jsut that they don't look like M4's, thats not to say they aren't. Just never seen them that weren't blue with a big 4 on them. And the top caps look more like SX ones. What do the forks have written on them, can't quite make it out..?

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    Mik_git, the forks just say "Answer Manitou 700c."

    Valhart, the other 700c isn't for sale at the moment.

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