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1992 Diamond Back Tailwhip

#1 2019-05-14 7:32pm

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1992 Diamond Back Tailwhip

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1992 Diamond Back Tailwhip

Been in my family since new.  Straight up rider.  No bs bike

Bicycle World in Mcallen Texas assembled this bike Christmas 1991.  Bike is as it was minus tires.  Came with Tech 77 japan stamped levers, Gt Power series crank, Gt pedals, Haro Group 1 stem, Pro series Acs gyro,  Dia Comp brakes. This isn’t something that was modded over the years.  This is how it was purchased.  Not sure why they used Haro and GT parts but our local bicycle shop did on this one.   For a bike that was stored mostly outdoors in a dry desert climate for over a decade it’s pretty clean.  Ive cleaned and regreased bearings a few times over the years but even the cables are original.  This bike has travelled with me for many years and after a brief layover with family in Texas it is finally back with me in Florida. 


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Life is short.  Spend it!  Looking for: I will PAY top dollar for a Fishbone 1-1/8 X-UFO  detangler.  Also need Hevron Haro stem.  Have mid school goodness to trade also.

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