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Ironhorse Sunday WC

$800 GBP
Hi, I'm Selling my Ironhorse Sunday WC, due to changing directions in my riding. Great bike perfect for anyone looking to get into downhill. Frame is in excellent condition considering the age, had it professionally bead blasted and clear coated thoroughly. After rawing the frame I replaced all frame bearings and headset bearings, this was about 2 years ago so still plenty of life left in them. I have had to perform a common modification for these early model sundays on the DW link, to fit any other shock than a 5th element I have had to cut away part of the link, like I said it's a very common modification, I did my research before hand, its been like this for 2 years and I have had no problems. Moving on to the spec, I believe it to be a well speced bike full parts list below: Frame: Ironhorse Sunday WC Forks; 2010 Rock Shock Boxxer Teams Shock: Rock Shock Vivid 300Ib x 3" steel spring Wheels: Mavic ex721 laced on Hope pro 2 evo hubs Tyres: Maxxis High rollers Handel bars: Renthal Fatbar 780mm Stem: Sunline V1 direct mount Shifter: Sram X9 shifter Derailer: Sram XO medium cage Brakes: Avid Juicy 7s (will include bleed kit and spare set of superstar suntour pads) Cranks: Shimano saints Pedals: Dartmoor fevers Chain guide: E13 LS1 Chain ring: FSA 40T Casset: Sram 9 speed Chain: Sram 9 speed chain Saddle & Seat post: SDG I-beam All in all, a very good bike, in great condition. Any questions don't hesitate to ask. thanks Matt

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