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Old 06-18-08, 10:52 AM   #1
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Need some questions answered?

I have this Fuji frame that was left here when I bought my new house along with other bikes...It looks like someone took a hammer to the damn thing to get the crank off...I can't even get it off myself now...perhaps someone with better tools could, but the frame is slightly dented and chipped....other than that it looks good....If I wanted to get rid of it...Could I sell it? WOuld anyone want to buy it in that kinda shape? and how much would you buy it for?

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You need a crank puller to get the crank off. The work around is an automotive ball joint pickle fork.

I can't tell how badly the frame is damaged but it doesn't look to me like it'd have very much value even if perfect.
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