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Cheap thundercat?

Post  ellie on Mon Jun 08 2015, 12:36

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  18,000 miles and £550 - needs minimal work to return to the road?

Looks like a whole lot of cheap fun to me.
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Re: Cheap thundercat?

Post  0ldcat on Mon Jun 08 2015, 12:56

affraid LOOK what he's done to the rear end Exclamation Criminal Evil or Very Mad

Doesn't say if all the rear end bits are present to return it to a road bike. But as you say, could be a good cheap track tool or a project to re-beautify a beloved thundercat
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Re: Cheap thundercat?

Post  Wooster on Tue Jun 09 2015, 00:46

It's got some nicer bits on it than mine has..probably the 'advisories' I have as well.

It probably saleable after the parts swap, for pretty much the same price.. green smile
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