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#1 2017-07-15 8:50am

El Gecko
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1997 Powerlite P19

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1997 Powerlite P19

*SOLD*

Mostly stock P19 I had for awhile.  Tioga pedals, GT seat and DX brakes were the only upgrades.  Should have kept the padset!


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#2 2017-07-18 10:13pm

Starfire
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Re: 1997 Powerlite P19

How long was the top tube ? And it's chromoly right

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#3 2017-07-19 6:57am

El Gecko
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Re: 1997 Powerlite P19

I don't remember exactly but the TT had to be somewhere around 19-19.5" or less. I don't hit handlebars with my knees unless a TT is less than 20" and I used to hit my knees a LOT on this bike.

It's made in the USA but as far as I know it's full high ten steel, not 4130.  The P19 was their entry level bike, similar to a Dyno VFR.


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