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Old 04-25-2005, 10:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2000 Devinci Cameleon Mountain Bike FS!

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Well I would like to sell my Mountain Bike, Sadly it doesnt get much use, due to other activities that have invaded its territory (4x4).


Size is a Large
Here are the specs:

Brand
Devinci

Component Group
Shimano Alivio

Fork
RST 381-TL, 3.15" travel

Frame Material
Aluminum

Hubs
Front: RST Disc brake alloy hub, Rear: Shimano Alivio

Rims
Mavic X138

Suspension
Front Suspension

Tires
26 x 2.10" Michelin Wild Gripper XL

Type
Mountain

General Information

Colors
Desert Wind

Model
Cameleon

Weight
29.9

Year
2000

Brakes

Brake Levers
Shimano Alivio

Brakeset
RST DX-1 Disc Brake front/Avid 1D-10 rear brakes, Shimano Alivio levers

Front Brake
RST DX-1 Disc Brake

Front Brake Lever
Shimano Alivio

Rear Brake
Avid 1D-10

Rear Brake Lever
Shimano Alivio

Components

Bottom Bracket
Shimano BB-LP27, 110mm spindle

Bottom Bracket Shell Width
73mm English

Bottom Bracket Spindle Length
110mm

Chain
Shimano CN-IG31, 1/2 x 3/32"

Chain Size
1/2 x 3/32"

Chainrings
22/32/42

Crankset
Shimano Alivio, 22/32/42 teeth

Front Derailleur
Shimano Alivio top-swing, top-pull/clamp-on 31.8mm

Front Derailleur Type
top-pull/clamp-on 31.8mm

Handlebar
alloy MTB

Handlebar Extensions
Not included

Handlebar Stem
Tahoma Sonne IV

Head Tube Angle
71.0

Headset
1 1/8" threadless WTB Momentum Comp ST

Headset Diameter
1 1/8" threadless

Largest Rear Cog
30

Number of Rear Cogs
8-speed

Pedals
Wellgo LU-943

Rear Cogs
8-speed, 11 - 30 teeth

Rear Derailleur
Shimano Deore SGS

Rear Shock
Not applicable

Rear Shock Travel
Not applicable

Saddle
WTB SSTX, steel rails

Seat Post Diameter
27.2mm

Seat Tube Angle
73.0

Seatpost
Kalloy SP-265, 27.2mm diameter

Shift Levers
Shimano Alivio RapidFire Plus

Smallest Rear Cog
11

Fork and Suspension

Fork Crown
triple-clamp

Fork Material
aluminum/chromoly, triple-clamp crown

Fork Travel
3.15" travel

Frame

Frame Angles
71.0 head, 73.0 seat

Frame Construction
TIG-welded

Frame Tubing Material
6061-T6 aluminum w/replaceable derailleur hanger

Geometry

Chainstay Length
16.7"

Fork Rake
4.0cm

Top Tube Length
23.0"

Wheelbase
41.6"

Wheels and Hubs

Front Hub
RST Disc brake alloy hub

Front Rim
Mavic X138

Front Tire
Michelin Wild Gripper XL

Front Tire Size
26 x 2.10"

Rear Hub
Shimano Alivio

Rear Rim
Mavic X138

Rear Tire
Michelin Wild Gripper XL

Rear Tire Size
26 x 2.10"

Spoke Brand
Shuhn Lih stainless steel, 2.0mm straight gauge

Spoke Gauge
2.0mm

Spoke Holes
32-hole

Spoke Material
stainless steel

Spoke Nipples
brass nipples

Spoke Typ
straight gauge
More Information

Frame Construction TIG-welded
Available Sizes: large, medium, small, xlarge, xsmall
Fork: RST 381-TL, 3.15" travel:
ComponentGroup: Shimano Alivio:
Rims: Mavic X138
Tires: 26 x 2.10" Michelin Wild


The bike has 2.2" and 2.3" tires on it now, the rear is ready for a set of disc brakes, then front pads were recently replaced, really good shape.

I will include a Cycle Ski, and a extra Raleigh Bike to whoever purchases the bike, the Cycle Ski will fit on any bike, and is great for riding your bike down slopes or what not.

Specialized foot holders, Specialized Bell, and Specialized speedometer also included.
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Price $500 OBO new it was $1100 + 300 for cycle ski , have the receipt.

WILL ACCEPT TRADES -> Audio Equipment/Video equipment, camera, 4x4 stuff, etc.
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Hey Tom...

Since my bike got stolen 2 months ago, I am in the market for a new bike. However, my money's currently tied up in my AFF skydiving program coming in May. Maybe you can accept a trade or a deposit?

I'll send you a PM.
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