Peugeot Excess Bike 1998 or Older

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $552.00

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Peugeot Excess

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Overall Rating:4
Submitted by Koh lee wei a Cross-Country Rider from Singapore

Date Reviewed: June 5, 1999

Very good parts.
SR suntour MG80 suspension
7005 heat treated aluminium frame.
All aluminium parts
Tranz X downhill bar.
V-brakes system.
YST headset

No so famous.

Bottom Line:   
I can recommend this bike to you.

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Favorite Trail:   
Bukit timah trail

Duration Product Used:   
3 months

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Excess Shfter Wire Position?

Maybe this is a dumb question but how should I position my excess shifter wire from my front derailleur? Last time it somehow got caught in the gears or the peddles and ripped right off leaving me no excess wire in case of adjustment. Here is a picture of how I installed my new wire. Right now I hav ... Read More »

Recon Silver TK Solo Air excess sag

Hi all, my 26" recon needs its first rebuild which I want to do myself. For the past month I have been noticing that the sag has been increasing, but my air pressure stays constant so is not leaking (and I havent got any fatter!). In the last week or so, the dust seals have started failing as I am ... Read More »

Used that green shimano grease on my BB & the excess has stained my frame!

How do I get it off? It's like a really thin film. Has it permanently stained the carbon?Read More »

Excess Technologies Freewheel?

Has anyone on the forum used one of [URL=""]these[/URL]? Apparently it only hit the market a few months ago, but I would imagine that there might be someone who bit the bullet. If the ad hype rings true it may be the first reasonably priced compe ... Read More »

Cutting excess carbon tubing

What can I use to make a nice cut the excess carbon fork? Would a pipe cutter work on carbon? Thanks in advance.Read More »

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