Thanx!bowser07 said:Try canadiancyclist.com and go to their classified section under mountain bikes and click the wanted button. I have seen Ti Bolts for sale there in the last year. Good luck, I want a Suzi Q but all of you ****ers in Germany have them.Ha Ha
That's a good catch. :thumbsup: The drive side splines look pretty beat up in the large images. If that DS cup is seized in there that would be a lot of work to extract it. :skep:Kris said:Frames with bbs still in them scare me, especially frames with bbs with stripped installation spines!
What, you didn't hear the RMB never made these frames themselves?? All USA Sandvik production for these Ti Bolts. Still, didn't stop RMB from putting a big maple leaf on the frame decal...bagpipes said:Just curious. What's with the Made in USA stamp on the BB shell on this one in the Germany auction? Were the Ti frames welded there? Perhaps this should be in the "Made in Canada" forum.
I know the "raceface Ti parts" isn't completely correct as I saw RF Ti parts being manufactured in a local machine shop as the company I was working for was using the same shop. This was at least 15 years ago now.DeeEight said:Actually Litespeed made the Rocky Mountain Titaniums, Ti-Bolts, and all the raceface Ti parts.