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Free: GT Tempest frame. 18"
#1
Having a garage clear out. Got this if anyone wants it else it's going to the scrap heap.
18" GT Temptest frame. Lots of marks of wear. Circa 2001ish I think. Needs a rear drop out.

resim
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#2
What golf clubs are they?
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#3
Old ones.
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#4
"mashley" Wrote:What golf clubs are they?

Dude, take the frame, then go to Nicks thread and take all his free bits Wink
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#5
"Treehugger" Wrote:Dude, take the frame, then go to Nicks thread and take all his free bits Wink

Funny you should suggest that. I did consider using this to build something up but I have no space or need for it myself
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#6
Now there's a challenge......

Lets build a bike just from bits - only trouble is what do we do with it then........
Bear in mind I have a large garage mostly filled with stuff based on the "it may come in handy" theory :Smile
(The idea occured to me too)

What size if the frame?
Wasn't Mrs Treacle looking for a bike?
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#7
18" as per title. Am sure the forks are in the garage somewhere.
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#8
A good idea but I dont have the time or skills to take it on as a project, I'd be totally relying on someone else doing it 100% for me which isn't fair. Tinc's already helped me out 100% for my L2B bike.
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#9
"General Sparks" Wrote:18" as per title. Am sure the forks are in the garage somewhere.

Oh yeah! :B :B
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#10
All joking aside now, I'll take this.
I'm currently trying to sort a mate's bike & the BB is stuck in..... & I mean stuck >Sad

Oil, heat, leverage, hammer & I'm running out of knuckles :'(

It'll be easier to start from scratch with your frame & forks if you have them.

Can collect at the weekend if that works for you.
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