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If the current spindle length works well with your crankset, simply measure the entire length of the spindle and that is your spindle length. I'm pretty sure that your bottom bracket is 68mm. &0mm bottom bracket shell widths were for Italian bottom brackets I believe. J.I.S stands for Japanese Industrial Standard, and given that Fuji is a Japanese brand it's likely that you need a JIS spindle that is the current length you have now.

Who made your cranks? It may say "Fuji" on them but typically someone else made them.

When you measure bottom bracket shell make sure you're not measuring the cups and use a digital caliper if you've got one. After painting of a frame there is "facing" which cuts off a little paint/metal from each end of the bottom bracket shell to ensure that both ends are parallel to one another.

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