1990 Redline Forty Four

Redline was one of the many manufacturers that jumped on the elevated chain stay band wagon.  The style was made popular by the Mountain Bike Action project bike that became the Yeti Ultimate.  This one features the mid-priced XCD components from Suntour with the poorly functioning X-press shifters.  The Clark-Kent designed Scott Unishock was added a couple of years later.  The Unishock featured a steel unicrown design which was simpler than the typical multi-piece crowns of the day.

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Frame Tange MTB Cro-Moly
Fork Scott Unishock
Rear Shock NA
Rims Ukai NMT-18
Hubs Suntour XCD
Spokes Stainless Steel
Tires Panaracer Khartoum
Pedals SR Low fat
Crank Suntour XCD
Chain Suntour
Rear Cogs Suntour 7 speed
Bottom Bracket Tange
Front Derailleur Suntour XCD
Rear Derailleur Suntour XCD
Shifters Suntour Xpress
Handlebars Steel
Stem Steel quill
Headset Steel
Brake set Suntour XCD cantilevers
Brake levers Suntour Multi Mount with covers
Saddle Velo
Seat Post Alloy
Colors tan/black
Size 18"
Serial #   R90013989


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