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20 Nov 2013 - New owner of a Proflex

Always drooled over Proflex when I used to race some XC in the late 90's. After searching for a small frame which seem harder to find I picked up a 956 a few weeks ago.  ;D
  Seems in good condition, few chips etc but the carbon swingarm looks unmarked. It was a bare frame, so st
I started stripping down the 756 I purchased off someone in craigslist not long ago.  all in all, it doesn't need much work to get 'er back to ride-ready status... brake adjuster for diacompe ss7 lever (one was missing lol), elastomers front and back (fork was in awesome shape otherwi
NOT saying this listing is for a bike that was stolen.

http://monterey.craigslist.org/bik/4155113467.html

Until today I had assumed that the Girvin fork with the wheel mounted behind the fork produced essentially the same geometry as a 'generic' fork, with the wheel mount just to the front of the fork.  However, after looking at the photo in this recent thread [url=http://idriders.com/pro
Hi,
I have a K2 MTB (Proflex 856). I Have a flaw in the swingarm. I join some picture to the request. Has somebody a swingarm who's compatible? Or any other ideas. I'm thinking about making this part by myself with steal! ;-)
Is there any other swingarm on the market which I can
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