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    Default Vintage MTB Frames

    We aquired a near-new mid-90's XTR gruppo (full gruppo, brakes, hubs, cranks, levers the works) and need a donor frame to put it on.

    Any ebay ideas? Suggestions? Ive had a look around but cant see anything . It's such a shame to leave it sitting in a box at work...

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    I've got a friend riding a Norco TNT titanium frame with old XTR and Mag 21s. It looks cool but geez bikes have come a long way. Canti brakes that do nothing, forks that do nothing. It even has the pruple anodized bits!

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    Sexual. Snap a pic next time you're around!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas View Post
    We aquired a near-new mid-90's XTR gruppo (full gruppo, brakes, hubs, cranks, levers the works) and need a donor frame to put it on.

    Any ebay ideas? Suggestions? Ive had a look around but cant see anything . It's such a shame to leave it sitting in a box at work...
    As in you want a frame ? or the XTR stuff is for sale ?
    Yeah its gonna hurt, but you'll love it....
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    Nah, we want a frame to put it on! Im thinking an old specialized hardrock or something similar. I couldnt believe how new this gruppo was. THe bike was completely rooted, but the gruppo was perfect! Pads at like 95%, cranks not worn at all.

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    yeah i reackon a hardrock would be perfect or rockhopper.

    just check ebay every day.

    i want an old school xtr groupset for my boulder, im jealous.

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    We're a Lynskey Dealer, so naturally we have to rubbish on any other Ti brand

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    I just hard rubbished a 1987 specialised rockhopper. Someone grabbed it within a 1/2 hour. it had no rear brack mounts.

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    Its hard-rubbish Season rcoh, the pro's are crusing around in their trucks...

    Stuff didnt last an hour outside mine.

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