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    Quote Originally Posted by janthenat View Post
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    Where did you guys find the seat tube cable guide for the split rear brake straddle cable? Did those models come with it configured that way? Is this what they did before adding the single right side brazed on cable guide (with plastic sleeve)?

    I have a 1995 Tequesta that I'm reworking into a 700c gravel bike, with some Dia Compe style center pull brakes. I'm thinking about getting a long straddle cable and running it in front of the seat tube like that and the cable guide you have would be perfect. It's obviously purpose made.
    I saw this for sale:
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    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    Knowing you have a part is one thing. Finding it is another.


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    My free frame of the week. Think I scored. Not sure what year it is... Has a really neat blue on black ribboned paint scheme and the design seems to be mid 90s. The bars are GT brand that I had laying around and the fork is a direct drive off a rigid Rockhopper. Can't wait to get it tuned up and on the trail!

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    Only $10!

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    Just beat my free Timberline score with a $10 Aggressor! Needs a saddle as you can plainly see, no major rust though. Brakes aren't working well but should be a pretty quick fix. 21" frame is great since my friends are all 6'4". Paint is pretty faded, so might get stripped and re-sprayed or maybe even hydro dipped.

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    Update: I guess the Aggressor is a 97. It is also one of the most fun bikes I've ever owned. Taking both GTs in for tune ups today

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