Pro MemberMike Hunt
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Sold for $125
Was the anodizing sanded off, or was oven cleaner used?
Cable not dated. I believe lever is dated 90. Came with, so I'm selling with. Again, caliper dated 83.
Don't need no stinking pic.
One of the many reasons I love the reference section.
Sold for $250 to Willy bThanks!
And paid. Thank you.
I'll take them. Please send PayPal info.
This item sold to Steve Moerke for $400...Thank you sir!
The only size they came in, 24.
More pics available upon request. Only allow 8 in listing.
Any other pics of the fork?
Isn't the 7b a generic term as it's really an Araya part number? I've always thought they were either #250 or #254...
They did come in black...
Sorry, I didn't read the post on FB. So he paid cash, but it's still for sale here?
So you hosed the buyer on eBay who bought it for $400?
Finish is nickel.
Pat (se666) needs these cranks!
If this was OG, it would be mine.
I think I owned that stem at one time.
Can you show the font?
PAID Thanks, DD
What kind of grips?
Yeah, unless they fit a 5 inch headtube, they're not Pro-Line forks.
The gusset and the looptail is a dead give away!
Pics don't do it justice, it's a beauty.
Had a similar pad on my 76 R&R.
That was quick and still a nice deal.
Dibs, if it applies.
Man, the wheelset that I'm after, just can't do the red and blue...
Cool looking f/f. FYI, those are Microline forks and an early MX-II would not have the hotdog stamp, just serial number.
Change your status from pending to active and maybe you'll sell it. Oh, can I get my penny back too?
What up Big Action?!
Micro-Line forks. Nice!
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