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rcnute 03-18-14 04:03 PM

Wanted: KHS F20
 
Hi, all: Looking for one of those KHS F20 folders, anyone have one to sell? Thanks much. (PM or email me at rcnute (at) hotmail.com.)

Ryan

HGR3inOK 03-18-14 04:36 PM

Where are you located?

-HANK RYAN-
Norman, Oklahoma USA

rcnute 03-18-14 04:50 PM

Seattle, WA USA.

Ryan

HGR3inOK 03-18-14 05:20 PM

Looks like there are about a dozen KHS dealers within 50 miles of Seattle. Have you contacted any of them to see if they might have one?

-HANK RYAN-
Norman, Oklahoma USA

rcnute 03-18-14 05:32 PM

Thought it was discontinued/no longer imported. Maybe I'm wrong.

Ryan

HGR3inOK 03-18-14 10:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rcnute (Post 16590166)
Thought it was discontinued/no longer imported. Maybe I'm wrong. ...

I don't know the current status of any KHS models. But a dealer might still have the one you are looking for in stock.

-HANK RYAN-
Norman, Oklahoma

Euphonium 03-19-14 07:09 AM

There is a Seattle Craigslist ad that mistakenly describes a KDS folding bike.

KDS Folding Bike

Is this the right one?

smallwheeler 03-19-14 07:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Euphonium (Post 16591448)
There is a Seattle Craigslist ad that mistakenly describes a KDS folding bike.

KDS Folding Bike

Is this the right one?

you should collect a finder's fee..


rcnute 03-19-14 10:28 AM

Thanks for that, saw it a few days ago. I think it's a Cappucino but have asked (but haven't gotten a response).

Ryan

smallwheeler 03-19-14 12:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rcnute (Post 16592184)
Thanks for that, saw it a few days ago. I think it's a Cappucino but have asked (but haven't gotten a response).

Ryan

it's a "cappucino" but, the frame is the same as f20. the differences will be in fork and components.

rcnute 03-19-14 01:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by smallwheeler (Post 16592709)
it's a "cappucino" but, the frame is the same as f20. the differences will be in fork and components.

I thought the wheels on the Cappucino were 18" instead of 20"...

Ryan

smallwheeler 03-19-14 02:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rcnute (Post 16592851)
I thought the wheels on the Cappucino were 18" instead of 20"...

Ryan

yes, the cappuccino has 18 x 1.5 wheels, but if you wanted to convert to 20" 406 wheels i think you can. i think the cappuccino is even more rare than the f20 in the states..

rcnute 03-19-14 03:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by smallwheeler (Post 16593000)
yes, the cappuccino has 18 x 1.5 wheels, but if you wanted to convert to 20" 406 wheels i think you can. i think the cappuccino is even more rare than the f20 in the states..

It does look super cool; I wish the seller would get back to me.

Ryan

pm124 03-22-14 03:39 PM

I have a KHS iPed Manhattan I am letting go of. Man, is that bike fun to ride. It is no speed demon, but it is very stable and it folds much faster than anything but a tikit.

rcnute 03-24-14 10:05 PM

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Got it today! Just lubed/tightened/adjusted a few things and swapped out the stem and rode around the block, but so far it rides quite nicely I think.

Ryanhttp://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=370805


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