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i recently got this 20 inch on trade... but i have no idea what it is. i deal mostly in mongoose and the older bikes... anyone have any ideas?
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the serial number is I160921576 if that helps any
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(08-18-2013, 05:25 PM)kristopher666 Wrote:  i recently got this 20 inch on trade... but i have no idea what it is. i deal mostly in mongoose and the older bikes... anyone have any ideas?




the serial number is I160921576 if that helps any

im being told its a 1996 trek... but now i cant figure out if its a SubAtomic or a SubCulture... it kinda looks like a 1996 SubCulture SS
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I have had my bicycle for a long time, I cannot remember the model or year bought and I traveled a lot of miles on it, so the model labeling on it have long rubbed away. Could you help me by identifying it for me, so I can get help with doing a repair myself?
I know it is a Raleigh, built heavy duty, former bicycle mechanic/friend always saying it was heavy, off-road bicycle and I know it has been bought since 2005, bought at Knights Bikes, in Southland Mall, Culter Bay, Florida.

This is all the PICs I have right now, Monday, when I can get to The Internet- Animals and House Sitting with virus messed up laptop computer, I can come here and add more. The reason for the caption is I was trying to help my former bicycle mechanic/friend with getting his invention to save him from losing his house and work place, sadly happened.
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