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  • jazzo

    Member
    5 April 2016 at 8:02 pm

    Hi guys, I have recently bought a second hand mountain bike, it’s a Dunlop Sport DISC27 26″ Wheel Womens Dual Suspension and looks like this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dunlop-DISC27-Womens-Suspension-Mountain/dp/B001HN6QGG.

    Now, it is a little too small for me so I’m thinking to replace the seat post and get a longer one and to get a new handlebar (as I can’t raise that enough).

    As I haven’t worked on a bike for about 15 years, I was just wondering the following:

    -what’s the best place to find what I need?

    -how do I make sure that the seat post and the new handlebar actually fit the bike (length and circumference)

    thanks

  • CarnaptiousBStard

    Member
    16 August 2017 at 4:58 am

    Dunlop make bikes ?????

    😮

    I think the best thing would be to leave the seat post out ,get a jigsaw ,cut the frame into small sections and smelt it into Bacofoil.

    Always glad to help so I am 🙂

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