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    1987 Wicked Fat Chance 

Nice Wicked Fat with the Shimano M730 Deore XT component group.  The 730 group featured the rear "U" brake, Biopace II chain rings and the white-letter shifter and derailleur set.  First generation cassette hub, 6 speed, that uses the small cog for the lock ring.  Nice bullet cap stays and neat little gusset and "anti-clamp-rotation" tab at the seat collar.

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1987 Fat   1987 Fat   1987 Fat

 

Frame True Temper T1 AT  cro-moly double butted
Fork Unicrown Cro-Moly
Rear Shock NA
Rims Araya RM20 Silver polish
Hubs Shimano Deore XT 6 speed cassette
Spokes Stainless steel laced 4 cross
Tires Panaracer 26 x 2.0
Pedals Shimano Deore XT (big cage)
Crank Shimano Deore XT Biopace II  FC-M730
Chain Sedis
Rear Cogs Shimano Deore XT 6 speed cassette
Bottom Bracket Fat Chance press-in cartridge bearing
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore XT w/ band clamp
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore XT RD-730
Shifters Shimano Deore XT 6 speed index SL-M730
Handlebars Fat Chance True Temper T2 alloy
Stem Salsa w/ roller
Headset Shimano Deore XT
Brake set Shimano Deore XT canti front BR-M730 and Deore XT U brake
Brake levers Shimano Deore XT 4 finger BL-M730
Saddle Vetta C+C
Seat Post Strong alloy with Suntour quick release
Colors Blue with yellow decals and fork
Size 18"
Serial #   87291

 

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