Help identify my mtb

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boazpetersen
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Help identify my mtb

Postby boazpetersen » Sat Aug 10, 2013 21:22 pm

I need help to find out what brand my mtb is... I bought it about 6 years ago and pulled the stickers off the same day :|
Now i want to buy some parts for the bike... But i cant remember the make or model
Do you know it ?

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Re: Help identify my mtb

Postby tarbot18 » Sun Aug 11, 2013 00:22 am

yep it's a b.s.o.......
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Re: Help identify my mtb

Postby ilovedirt » Sun Aug 11, 2013 00:59 am

You mean BSO.
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Re: Help identify my mtb

Postby stubs » Sun Aug 11, 2013 07:26 am

What parts do you need. Parts are rarely manufacturer specific they usually conform to a standard.
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Re: Help identify my mtb

Postby boazpetersen » Sun Aug 11, 2013 16:29 pm

Thx guys :) the parts i need are some cabels tyres break pads new grips stuff like that ;) but i also want to see the specifications on the bike :) i found this great site to order from :) chainreactioncycles.com have u tried it ?

Btw yamaha did the frame on this bike

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Re: Help identify my mtb

Postby The Rookie » Mon Aug 12, 2013 14:30 pm

I doubt very much Yamaha had anything to do with that frame, it's a cheap and rather nasty generic steel frame by the looks of it.

Cables, tyres, and grips are all common parts, the pads are specific to the calipers which look like Promax.

Most of us have nbought from CRC at some point.


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