Treasure Bucket [catch all thread]

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Dunno, Mac, you might have accidentally gotten a few of my parts with your fork. The pedals, the diacompe cantis the crank, is that a Nitto bullmoose bar?
Seriously though, I think it's an 84, but there ain't much info out there...

 
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I think Nitto put their name low on the steerer, you'd have to pull it out to see it. From what I read, that one might be Taiwanese, their trick to keep costs down was good components where people looked, cheapo where they didn't. Could explain deerhead with knock offs
 
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Dunno, Mac, you might have accidentally gotten a few of my parts with your fork. The pedals, the diacompe cantis the crank, is that a Nitto bullmoose bar?
Seriously though, I think it's an 84, but there ain't much info out there...
I'm wondering what shifters are on there and then I could tell if it's 1984 or 1985. It's one or the other. Componentry changed almost drastically on MTBs year to year back then.