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1988 Gary Fisher Mt Tam Mountain Bicycle

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A sturdy steel mountain bike from Gary Fisher made of Tange Prestige tubing and featuring Shimano Deore XT components.

1988 Gary Fisher Mt Tam Mountain Bicycle

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You are buying a vintage used 1988 Gary Fisher Mt. Tam mountain bike.  This bike was handmade in the USA of quality Tange Prestige Quadruple butted tubing featuring fillet brazed gorgeously smooth welds,  and classic Fisher geometry.  The dark to to light blue fade paint job still retains it's original depth and shine although there are some areas that have been touched up from scratches.    The frame and fork itself are still in good condition with only minor surface scratches and no dents or dings that we can see.  This Mt Tam is nicely equipped with a Shimano Deore XT component set that has been professionally tuned by one of our shops mechanics and will be ready to ride once re-assembled post shipping.  Please see photographs for details.

20.5" Seat Tube: (center to center)
22.5" Top Tube: (center to center)
32" Stand-over Height:

Vetta Turbo Gel Saddle
Fisher Quill Stem (140mm)
Fisher Bulge Bar Handlebar
Shimano 105 Threaded Headset
Shimano Deore XT 4 Finger Brake Levers
Shimano Deore XT Front Cantilever Brakes, Shimano Deore XT rear U-Brake
Shimano Deore XT Light Action SIS 3x6 Speed Shifters
Shimano Deore XT Front Derailleur
Shimano Deore XT Rear Derailleur
Shimano Deore XT Crankset (42/32/24 triple gearing combination with 175mm long crank arms)
Shimano Deore XT hubs laced to Araya RM-20 Rims
6 Speed Freewheel

Serial #20T241
Reference #51436

Additional Information

Manufacturer Gary Fisher
Color Blue
Country of Origin USA
Used or New Used
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