FS: the best GT timberline

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  • Hello Everyone,

    hope everyone's safe during this corona season

    i would happy to part my recently purchased bike from Ebay due to changing a workplace i've no longer had the chance to use this bike so this must to go...

    the bike still has the old parts so nothing much i've changed it aside thee *seatpost/saddle/carbon handlebar/grip/cables/pedals/seatpost clamp/skewers and chain not much really..

    frame size:
    tt ctc 21"
    st ctc 17"

    Tyre size:26x2.10

    Price: £350

    based in kilburm collection only please

    bike owner: @Erickson

    helping him to sell it

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  • My mate has the same bike he loves it.

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  • With a magura brake? How did it work on the rear

  • Not sure .I take a picture for you.

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  • Just mounting the Evo adapter the other way round, usually works for u-brake canti position. I've seen quite a lot successfully using this.
    As you can see on the pictures too, sometimes it's necessary to cut the brake booster or even drill the holes in the Evo adapter a bit more...

    The additional benefit with the GT is that you do not need to get along any longer with the a bit strange cable routing for the rear brake ;-)

  • Thanks cant put in this now because he want to sell it

  • £300

  • Any offer guys?

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FS: the best GT timberline

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