Oryx 2001 2000 Rigid Bike

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MSRP : $689.00


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2000-2001 Kona Cindercone restore

Hi all, I am new here and I have been out of the MTB thing for a while while my tires deflated and my poor forks continued to leak. Needless to say, I am in for a major overhaul and was hoping to get some tips on where to start. I have taken everything down to the frame, except for the crank and he ... Read More »

2000 or 2001 FSR Enduro linkage

Does anyone know of a source for a '00 or '01 FSR Enduro link? I have a saved search on Ebay that has been running forever with no luck. My LBS has nothing as well. I am trying to upgrade my '99 FSR to get a little more travel. Link is this one: [IMG]http://mysite.ncnetwork.net/vzd1s0nm/fs2.j ... Read More »

2000/2001 RM6, how is the front derailleur mounted?

Hey guys, I'm asking this question for a friend. He just came across an RM6 frame which he purchased for super cheap...he's having some trouble finding out how to mount the front derailleur. Specs say it's a 31.6mm clamp on, but all the tubing around the bottom bracket area is squarish (see attach ... Read More »

replacement for a 2000-2001 fisher Sugar 2

My beloved sugar 2 was stolen last weekend. my insurance company has asked me to find a comparable replacement bike, but being that things have progressed so much since that bike was what i thought was the second to the top of the line FS gary fisher, i'm a little lost as to what's comperable now. ... Read More »

Will early Junior T (1997-2001) lower legs fit on 2000 QR20 uppers/internals?

I asked a question in another thread about using parts from a 5" travel 2000 Qr20 and mixing them with a 1997 Z1 BAM 4". That isn't going to work because of how shallow the fork legs are on the 4" travel Z1. I would assume a 5" travel lower legs of a Jr T would work with the internals and upper ... Read More »

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