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Project Build Threads / 1992 Scott Montana
« Last post by phedro on September 01, 2017, 08:28:20 pm »
Hello everybody,

I'm owner of a 1992 Scott Montana I bought it 25 years ago.
I will try to upload pictures earlier.

I want to make some change. I want to change the :
- rear cogs, actual is 13-30, I found a 13-34.
- crank set, actual is 24 - 36 - 46

I guess it will be easy to change rear cogs.
But the problem is for crank set, I would like to put a 22-32-42, I tried with a Suntour XCM but it didn't work.

Anybody did this change ?
Thanks.

BR
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New to the Forum - Say Hello Here / New at Ro-Teight
« Last post by phedro on September 01, 2017, 07:48:51 pm »
Hello everybody,
I'm new, I discovered this website yesterday.
I'm a MTB rider, I ride a 29" GT Karakoram customized and improved by myself and a 26" RockRider 9.2.

I'm owner of a 1992 Scott Montana ( well, two because my wife has the same one ), I bought it 25 years ago.
I will try to upload pictures earlier.

BR
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Project Build Threads / Raleigh Apex - Celebrity Heritage Build
« Last post by ADMIN4RO-TEIGHT on March 24, 2016, 08:29:23 am »


I bought the old junker from a Canadian chap in Surreyshire who inherited it from his next neighbour who was none other than the amazing David 'Kid' Jensen...so I was told.

Will update some pics soon of what it looks like now!

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Retro Road Bike Chat / New Peugeot Road Bike Project
« Last post by ADMIN4RO-TEIGHT on November 05, 2014, 10:29:10 pm »
Got this at the weekend , needs a fair bit of work but it is a pretty cool old bike.


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Project Build Threads / Another old Peugeot build
« Last post by ADMIN4RO-TEIGHT on November 03, 2014, 02:42:29 pm »


I have managed to get hold of another old Pug MTB this time a Montana from Circa 1988. It had the usual stuck seat post which all my Peugeot's seem to have which I sorted with some heat and a lot of spray lithium grease....









Will be stripped and powder coated in a few weeks.

I will uploads some pictures when it is done.
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Readers Rides - Post 1988 to 1997 MTB's / Scott Montana 1992
« Last post by ADMIN4RO-TEIGHT on October 31, 2014, 10:54:32 pm »
I bought this while I was rebuilding the Python and used it as a daily hack. It is one of the most comfortable bikes I have owned.

Everything was original on it even the tyres and it all worked well and felt really solid. Personally I think these are great bikes.







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Project Build Threads / Re: 30 Peugeot Python Rebuild
« Last post by ADMIN4RO-TEIGHT on October 31, 2014, 09:37:58 pm »
The python has now gone to a new owner, who I hope enjoys it as much as I did
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Project Build Threads / Re: 30 Peugeot Python Rebuild
« Last post by ADMIN4RO-TEIGHT on October 31, 2014, 09:36:36 pm »
I finally got around to finishing project python and here are some pictures after I ran it in for few months












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Project Build Threads / Re: 30 Peugeot Python Rebuild
« Last post by ADMIN4RO-TEIGHT on April 08, 2013, 09:40:06 pm »
I got the frame and forks back from the powders coaters so I can get on with the build  :) :)






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Project Build Threads / Re: 30 Peugeot Python Rebuild
« Last post by ADMIN4RO-TEIGHT on March 08, 2013, 05:51:53 pm »
The frame and forks went of to the Powder Coaters on Wednesday and my better half choose the colour  :o which can only mean two things, it is going to be bright or very bright!!!!!

I used aurora powdercoating in Ash as they have a really good reputation and have been very helpful so far..
 
http://www.aurorapowdercoating.co.uk/

I will post up the some more pics when I get the frame back.
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