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January 13, 2009

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Dear Sir,

I believe that the presence of the Rock Shox Mag-something fork in this photo places it after 1992, which makes it less than or equal to 18 years of age.

Cheers,

Late 92/early 1993.
-ControlTech seatpost,
-Dia-compe ss-7 brake levers,
-986 rear brakes on the Cracknfail in the background.
-no neon
- threaded headsets

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