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    Used Keirin frame prices

    Anyone know what a used Bridgestone, with bb and headset should cost? This would be in So. Cal. Everything looked to be in good shape.

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    Also, related to the above, do Keirin frames generally have the same geometry as other types of track frames?

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    $500-$600, depending on condition and size of an anchor/bridgestone. an older gran-velo would be $350-$450.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sers
    $500-$600, depending on condition and size of an anchor/bridgestone. an older gran-velo would be $350-$450.

    Prices may vary, first. As stated it depends on condition.

    An older Gran Velo going for in mint or excellent condition for $350 - $450 , I don't agree with.

    Learn the history of the frame or bike if you can.

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    CEYA!
    Last edited by Ceya; 01-14-07 at 12:33 AM.

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    size is significant too. My 57cm sold north of 600.

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    Is this bike at O20? If so let me know.
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    Yes, the bike is at O20. I believe it's a 53cm. Silver.

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    i think big njs aproved frames are verry rare corse of this they are much more expensive than the usual 50-55cm.
    the keirin tubing is long enoughto to build 61cm frames and i hope to geht one daye such one

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHR3AK
    the keirin tubing is long enoughto to build 61cm frames and i hope to geht one daye such one
    It's not the tubing, there's just not many tall japanese keirin racers...(or japanese people, for that matter..)

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    mb, i heard that the max lengh of njs tubes if you dont cut them are long enougt to build an 61 frame and not more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouton
    size is significant too. My 57cm sold north of 600.
    yes it did! and into a loving home, too!

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    hot paint and hot builders (e.g. kiyo, makino, 3Rensho, Nagasawa) will drive the price up. I've seen Makinos go for 800+, and Nagasawas go for 1k or more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelsucker
    I'm looking for Japanese steel in 56mm if anyone has something. Paint color not an issue but rust is..PM if you have something in the $350-$500 range. If you are in the bay area that would be a +
    BTW are there keirin frames w/ 1-1/8" threadless? Another question off topic, has anyone ridden the Nitto MT-17 stem? Feedback please.

    hmm 56cm in the $300-500 range? It's gonna be tough finding a deal like that in the bay, or anywhere else save japan maybe. I'm fairly certain keirin approved frames, njs at least, dont come threadless (Nitto makes the CT-80 track stem but i don't think it's njs certified), unless of course you find a frame that was built custom. it certainly isn't standard.

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    All bikes are worth a smuch as your willing to pay.
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