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Old 02-14-18, 10:36 AM   #26
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Good point; there are reasons other than a crash why someone might switch out a fork. And the frame may be fine after a crash (if that's why the fork was switched out) which is why a visual inspection helps.
Like, maybe the previous owner sold the fork to his bud to drew off for a fixie, then gave the frame to another bud who scored the Al fork for it.

30 to 35 years old - ANYTHING could have happened.
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It's got eyelets on the dropouts- so no x60-
Thanks, missed that one!
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I am stubbornly sticking by my prediction of 83 640. I will up the ante and say that it looks like a 22 to me and it will have a serial number between 49650 and
49699, 55300 and 55399, 62471 and 62520, 66929 and 67028, 75988 and 76037, 87655 and 87804, 88880 and 88929, or, 89755 and 89804.

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Thirty hours have elapsed. Not like Dan to not report back quickly! Must be out scoring more great deals, almost stealing them. lol
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Maybe its the camera angle but the replacement fork...looks bent.
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sorry guys it took me a while to get back to you on the S/N and it 19013
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Thirty hours have elapsed. Not like Dan to not report back quickly! Must be out scoring more great deals, almost stealing them. lol
lol don't worry i haven't score any bikes this week. i'm taking a break for now
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sorry guys it took me a while to get back to you on the S/N and it 19013
I can't find any mention of a 5 digit serial number that starts with a 1 anywhere on the Vintage Trek Website. 82 had serial numbers that started with 0 then a 1. But, if we drop the 0, and just use the last five digits, then it is supposed to be an 82 25" 610.
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