Tamrac pro advice



Stacy Turner

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I can buy a new, old stock 2096 tamrac pro for $1500.
What is the downside to buying this.


Frame & Fork
Frame Construction Bonded/monocoque
Frame Material Specialized FACT 6r carbon, triple monocoque
Fork Specialized FACT monocoque carbon fork
Fork Materal Carbon, aero crown
Rear Shock Not applicable
Components
Component Group Road Mix
Brakeset Shimano Ultegra front/Shimano Ultegra Dual Pivot rear brakes, Shimano Dura-Ace, 10-speed, STI, flight deck compatible levers
Shift Levers Shimano Dura-Ace, 10-speed, STI, flight deck compatible
Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra, bottom-pull/clamp-on 31.8mm
Rear Derailleur Shimano Dura-Ace, short cage
Crankset FSA SLK MegaExo, 2-piece carbon crankset, 39/53 teeth
Pedals Composite-body test ride pedals
Bottom Bracket FSA Integrated
BB Shell Width Unspecified
Rear Cogs 10-speed, 12 - 25 teeth
Chain Shimano Dura-Ace
Seatpost Specialized Pav+¬ FACT carbon seatpost with Zertz insert, 27.2mm diameter
Saddle Body Geometry Alias, carbon reinfoced base, hollow titanium rails
Handlebar Extensions Not included
Handlebars S-Works FACT carbon aero handlebar, racing drop, ergo/aero shaping, 31.8
Handlebar Stem S-Works FACT carbon stem, magnesium face plate, 31.8mm handlebar clamp
Headset 1 1/8" Specialized Mindset Plus integrated threadless, sealed
 

dabac

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I believe you mean a TARMAC.
2096? 1996? 2006?
That ”bonded” bit MIGHT be cause for concern.
BITD some frames were made with CF tubes glued onto/into lugs. They were somewhat prone to come apart enough to be dangerous but not enough to be disassembled and repaired.