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Bridgestone MB-4 frame / fork 42cm - free

Old 03-26-17, 08:46 AM
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Bridgestone MB-4 frame / fork 49cm - free

Update: Frame has found a new home. Thanks.
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Old 03-26-17, 01:13 PM
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I listed this on Portland craigslist (search there under parts for pic) for $10, but if someone here wants it just respond to ad and say "BikeForums" to get it for free.
It's listed on CL as a 49cm..
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Yep it's a 49cm

Oops. Thank you for catching that ex. It is in fact a 49cm. Fourth largest out of six frame sizes listed in the 93 catalog. I found it to be a tad small for me at 6'-0".
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