1993 Mantis Pro Floater

The Pro Floaters featured a pretty straight forward frame design that seemed to hang around for awhile.  Because of demand, these frames were farmed out to Redline for production (K for Kastan in the serial number).  This bike is a nice one-owner bike with almost all original parts including the interesting Halson Inversion fork and a complete Suntour XC Pro Micro Drive group.  After talking to a couple of Mantis guys, this frame is from batch 31 (by serial number) and is likely a 1992 production frame.  The bike was delivered to the customer in April of 1993.

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Frame Aluminum frame and swing arm with cro-moly strut
Fork Halson Inversion
Rear Shock Noleen
Rims Bontrager BCX 2
Hubs Suntour XC Pro
Spokes DT Stainless Steel 3 cross, alloy nipples
Tires IRC Piranha Pro
Pedals Shimano 737 clipless
Crank Suntour XC Pro Micro Drive
Chain Suntour
Rear Cogs Suntour Power Flo 7 speed freewheel
Bottom Bracket Sealed cartridge, press-in type
Front Derailleur Suntour Top Pull for Micro Drive
Rear Derailleur Suntour XC Pro
Shifters Suntour XC Pro thumb
Handlebars Zoom Brahma
Stem Control Tech Ahead style 1"
Headset Dia Compe Aheadset 1"
Brake set Dia Compe 987
Brake levers Dia Compe SS-7
Saddle Avocet O2 Air 40M
Seat Post Syncros
Colors Red
Size 20"
Serial #   K203131

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