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    completely stripped Shogun frame. 44cm seat tube, 49 cm top tube. Everything's straight, the chrome on the fork is peeling. I just want this to go to someone who can actually ride it. Spoke with TMar about the model, we're guessing it's a Samurai. I can't figure out anything more other than knowing it's spiffy. Shimano 600 headset included. Frame is at least double butted, and probably Tange Infinity.

    White Terry Chrom - 44 cm seat tube, 49 cm top tube. Trading frame or complete bicycle. 105 all around (short pull brake levers!), Nitto bars and stem.

    Looking for: 49 seat tube, 51 cm top tube frame. Something around there. At least tange 2, does not need to be in Terry style. Also looking for a touring frame in the same size. I know one of you has a shorter sig. other or offspring that wants a fantastic bicycle. Help me help you ;D.

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    One of these is slightly taller. I've got my measurements mixed up. Only varies by a cm. Will correct later.
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    I love this frame but it is just a bit too small for me. The frame is a 58x57 1974 Bob Jackson in well loved shape (read: well used) and the paint shows it. Built with 531 tubing and campy drops. The ride is awesome. It has plenty of clearance for 28mm tires and probably more. Fender room too. Has fender and rack brazes. I use this as my commuter bike.

    I love it but I am looking for a 60x58 or maybe even a 61x58. I may be able to fudge those numbers a bit too. Looking for a frame with similar clearance and rack/fender brazes.

    I know this is a long shot but I thought I would try it out. I could chip in money or parts for better frames.

    Anyone? More photos and details upon request.



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    Still Availible!

    I am looking to trade my Specialized Allez SE Jim Merz frame. It is a size 56cm. It will ship w/ headset and fork. No dings, some scratches, nothing major, decals about 95% intact.
    Here are some older pics when it was built up.


    I need something smaller say 50cm-53cm. I may go smaller it really depends. I will also entertain trades for parts/componentry, quality Mtn bike frame (Sm-Med), wheelsets, brifters, tools, stand, ect. I have no use for this bike and it has to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guygadois View Post
    I love this frame but it is just a bit too small for me. The frame is a 58x57 1974 Bob Jackson in well loved shape (read: well used) and the paint shows it. Built with 531 tubing and campy drops. The ride is awesome. It has plenty of clearance for 28mm tires and probably more. Fender room too. Has fender and rack brazes. I use this as my commuter bike.

    I love it but I am looking for a 60x58 or maybe even a 61x58. I may be able to fudge those numbers a bit too. Looking for a frame with similar clearance and rack/fender brazes.

    I know this is a long shot but I thought I would try it out. I could chip in money or parts for better frames.

    Anyone? More photos and details upon request.



    Man, this is cool. I have a 61x58 Trek 613 but I'm pretty positive it's spoken for. Great frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by realestvin7 View Post
    Man, this is cool. I have a 61x58 Trek 613 but I'm pretty positive it's spoken for. Great frame.
    Thanks, here are more photos: http://tinyurl.com/TheBobJackson
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    Open to what you may have in 60cm. Ask me. just want to see whats out there.

    Have: 1982 trek 510 frame. 60cm.


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    HAVE:
    Unknown builder custom frame, crit geometry. 55X55, 32" standover. hand worked lugs, un-ID'ed seamless tubing (i firmly believe it is 531), campy 1010/A dropouts, low-rake fork. Needs a repaint, minor rust where the cable clips were. No idea where the decals came from, they have only lead to dead-ends in the ID process

    Looking to trade for 61cm+ frame that strikes my fancy, so try me. Or open to unusual trades (no beer paraphernalia)



    do a search to find the thread I started on this frame with more up-close shots

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    002.jpg Wow, I was looking and looking for a Master and finally grab one but it's larger then I realy want. This yellow and white 87' is a 57cm and I would like a 52 or 53. Trade frame and fork for master of any color size 53 or 52.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashmo View Post
    I've got a 58cm Cross Check that doesn't fit me quite right. It's too large. I need something around 54 or 56, and would like to get my grubby mitts on a LHT. This 'check is Beef Gravy with a red King headset and a campy mirage crank that I would leave on 'er to sweeten.Attachment 215518
    let's talk.
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    Have: 62cm IRO Mark V. Measurements are: 57cm seat-tube and 59cm top-tube (center to center). So it actually fits like a 59cm. It's a 4130, double-butted frame. As a complete, it's worth around $375-400 in a hot-market like the Bay Area.

    Want: Something bigger! I've got super-long legs and I want something that is a 60-65cm seat-tube and 57-62cm top-tube. We can trade, frameset to frameset, or complete to complete or anything in between.

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    nishiki 001.jpgnishiki 003.jpgnishiki 002.jpgNishiki century, 51cm from center of crank to center of seat tube-top tube. Frame is free of rust, California garage queen.
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    I have two frames that are just a bit large for me. One is a Fuji Touring Series III, from 1984 I believe. A bit of wear and tear, but frame is in overall good shape, decent amount of scratches though. Valite quad-butted tubing. The other is a Schwinn Super Sport, 1983? In Good to Great shape, Tange II.

    Both frames are 58cm seat tube by 56cm top tube. Would trade either for a similar frame just a tad smaller in both dimensions (something like 56 by 55). Can take pictures if interested.

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    Got a pretty sweet semi vintage mountain bike here, a Tange steel Scott. The frame size is 17". The offer includes the original fork (not pictured). If interested, you have your choice of whatever the fork is pictured, or a good condition and more period appropriate Manitou Answer fork (with Ti spring!).

    The frame is fairly high tech: top tube routed cables, 1 1/8" head tube, fairly light. If it wasn't too small for me, I'd keep it forever:







    I'm interested in 9s mountain bike parts, 30.9 dropper seat post, Deore DX pedals, quality mountain threadless stem(s), road bike stuff, interesting stuff, and 'other'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZORCH View Post
    I've got a 25" 1988 Schwinn Voyageur in absolutely terrific condition. I lusted after this damn thing and now I'm just not content with the length-fit of the top tube for my personal geometry. I would consider a trade for an equivalent value 58 or 60cm rando-style bike, which is really more my riding style in the first place. PM for details.

    Pending final details, a trade has been tentatively arranged.



    if you dont mind me asking, what is the bike next to the one in the pic, the orange one? i got a giovani that looks real similar and i've been trying to find out anything about it, the internet is void of information on Giovani.
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    57.5cm square Falcon road frame. A bit rusty, not made of 531 but it's pretty light. Must be double butted cro-mo something. It actually fits me fine, but what it doesn't fit is large enough tires and fenders for my purposes. This says Made in England, but it could be japanese. It has a sticker on the headbadge and some rust. Looking to trade for a sport-touring bike that can fit like 32mm tires and fenders, braze ons are a plus. I'll include the tange falcon headset with this thing if you like.

    I don't have enough posts to PM yet so email tomisdead@gmail.com if you're interested. I would also appreciate if anyone knows anything about this frame, it came with a 600 arabesque group. Thanks.

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    http://www5.snapfish.com/snapfish/sl...NAME=snapfish/

    Here's a pic re: the Fuji in my previous post. It's a 58, anyone have something similar in a 56-ish they'd like to trade?

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    Want to trade this Schwinn Sports Tourer complete bike for...something in my size.

    I think it is a 56cm (22") but I'm dumb and didn't measure (bike is being stored at my parents'--can anybody with a similar Schwinn confirm my size guess?). See this thread for details.
    I need something about 52cm. Road, cross, touring. Modern or vintage. Complete or frameset. Would even trade for a mountain bike/frame with disc mounts.



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    Have: 1975 Mercian Superlight frame and fork ST 64cm c-t, TT approx 59cm c-c. 531 w/fancy outline lugs, Good over all condition. No pic's yet, but please ask.

    Want: something else in a 58 cm+/-. Really want a decent road tandem frame. Mostly just want it gone to a good home.
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    pm'd on the Mercian

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    Have: 1972+/- Gitane Super Corsa (TdF w/ Campy dropouts) Frame & fork with headset, 53-54 cm, stickers removed, but in good condition, red

    Want: The same thing only a 57-59cm (I don't care what color)

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    1984 Ross Mt Hood. Gold SR hubs laced to gold UKAI rims.

    I'd be interested in a 56cm road bike (old or modern) or a mountain bike in a slightly smaller size.

    Edit: Bike is gone!!!!! Moved on to another home.
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    belindamood-- that mercian sounds nice. I don't have the right frame size to trade, but I'd love to see a photo!
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    Couldn't figure out how to put up pictures on the edit button....so here they are.
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    Need something a little bigger and that will take wider tires/fenders.

    GONE

    My Benotto Modelo 2500 frameset (Columbus SL 49c-c seat tube, 52.5 c-c top tube) for something decent with a 50-54 c-c seat tube, 52-56 c-c top tube that will take wider tires/fenders.

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    4ring6stars I have a centurion super elite frameset http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...ion*-pic-heavy
    if you are interested send me a pm.
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