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    newbie from emeryville, ca need advice

    hello,

    ...hunting for a lightweight steel frame and fork. I have a Shogun frame that was totaled in a wreck and need to strip the parts and build a new bike...

    im in the bay area, specifically emeryville, ca.

    can anyone direct me to a good reputable inexpensive store that can sell me a used 70's - 80's road frame around 52 - 53cm?

    also: will i have bottom braket dimension load problems while exchanging that gear to any other frame that is not a japanese (shogun model)

    thanks alot,,,,,
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    You might look here in your area :


    http://geo.craigslist.org/iso/us/ca
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    i have been. i was looking for somoething more direct instead of combing ads on craigslist

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    There's not a whole lot of retail stores in our area (I'm in Contra Costa) that will sell used frames/bikes because of liability issues. There's a place in Oakland that does but it is known to be in trouble in the past. It was raided a couple of years ago and they found a lot of stolen bikes there. I mention that because in case you stumble upon it I wouldn't recommend that place.
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