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Old 11-16-17, 09:23 PM
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Winter Purge (Updated)

Purging a few things out of the parts bin that have stayed longer than they should have.


FUJI FOLDING BIKE
4130 cromoly frameset
100mm Front/130 Rear spacing
20" Seattube/57cm toptube
26.4 Seatpost
Not classic or vintage really but it's sort of old.Fold isn't super compact, but it will still fit in the hatch area of my subcompact without laying the seats down even with bigger wheels than it originally came with. Used it with 700c wheels for a fixed metric and that was it. Not super noodly like a lot of folders, but does rattle a tiny bit on hard bumps.
Threaded fork (Headset is trash and will be removed prior to sale)
Bottom bracket threads are fine
I've used both 26x1.75 tires and 700x28c, and both leave room for at least a little more tire.
Note: Canti bosses are for 26 inch wheels. I used medium reach calipers for 700c wheels.



45 Plus Shipping

Shimano 600 Derailleurs-SOLD
Suntour Spirt Front Derailleur with Seven Rear Derailleur-10 plus shipping
[B]SR 90mm Stem w/ .833 quill-5 plus shipping
Shimano Deore DX Front Derailleur-5 plus shipping

Shimano UG 5 Speed Freewheel-SOLD


Misc Schwinn approved parts. 5 bucks eachHUBS,PEDALS,AND GRIPS ARE GONE
All four hubs together. Rough but might make a good pair from the four or use for parts.



Miyata 512 Competition 57cm c-t. Triple butted tubing. Front fork is bent but may be fixable, or take the easy route and get a cheap fork.Headset is worn out/incomplete. Will remove cups before sale.Paint is rough but would make a great rider once fork is sorted out. Bottle cage and shifters included.SOLD



Aw hub. Seems to function in the stand. Will sell as whole wheel or cut the hub out to save on shipping. Front wheel has rough bearings, but has a pretty decent 26 x 1 3/8 steel araya rim ill include if you want the rear wheel complete. Front wheel looked as bad or worse than the front prior to a little scrubbing, so should clean up pretty nice.Also includes indicator chain and twist shifter. Cable will need to be replaced. 15


26 inch 8 speed wheelset-Shimano rear hub and Shimano 3n30 generator front hub. I'm not positive the front hub works, but shorting the terminals does increase resistance, which leads me to believe it does. Rims are worn but not worn out. -50 plus shipping for the pair. Will pair the wheelset with the folding Fuji frame for a discount just to move them out. Will come with matching knobby tires, not the nashbar tire pictured.


Park PCS-9 workstand. Moving to a smaller place and just don't have room to store it anymore. Everything works fine. Bought this used and just trying to recoup what I spent. Asking 75 plus shipping. Will disassemble and ship the most economical way possible.
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Old 11-16-17, 10:49 PM
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Dibs on the Shimano 600 derailleurs, if they're compatible with my Suntour GPX downtube shifters at least in friction mode. I'm trying to sort out a pesky problem with my existing Suntour GPX rear derailleur. An inexpensive but functional replacement RD will be a big help.
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What's the top-tube length on the folder? How wide are the rear dropouts?
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Somebody should grab that Spirt. I already have three.
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Originally Posted by Barrettscv View Post
What's the top-tube length on the folder? How wide are the rear dropouts?
Information added to post. I'll also be adding a really clean 18" Trek 820 frameset in the next few days when I get it torn down.
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update

Frame sale fell through. Updated sizing specs after measuring.
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bump. Feel free to make offers. I'm looking to get this stuff gone. Thanks!
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Old 12-19-17, 09:02 PM
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Dug out some other things stashed away and dropped prices for quick sales. Expecting a big box I need to make room for. Thanks!
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Thanks for the info. Gonna pass though on the Miyata. Fork hassle and 57 ST are not what I want ATM.

Thanks anyway.
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The Miyata looks like a worthy replacement for the Old Nail. PM on the way.


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Updated and remaining items reduced. Paid for items go in the mail later today.
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Is the spirt fron derailleur meant for a brazeon attachment or does it have the loop/band that can fit on anything? Can't really tell from the picture.

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Very interested in that folder -- I've been plotting a way to tow my canoe up the river along the bike path, and paddle back, I'll PM when I figure out if the sizing would be close enough for me.
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Is the spirt fron derailleur meant for a brazeon attachment or does it have the loop/band that can fit on anything? Can't really tell from the picture.

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Spirt is clamp on for 28.6 seattube.
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What's the clamp diameter on that SR stem?
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What's the clamp diameter on that SR stem?
Clamp is 25.4. I have a set of steel bars that fit the stem as well if you're interested.
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PM sent regarding suntour derailleurs

Edit: shipping to Canada is incredibly expensive so that fell through, they're still up for grabs.
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Added several things. Moving in the coming months to facilitate wife going to college, so I need to get this stuff gone. I'll bundle things just to get them gone. Thanks!
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Great deal on the Fuji folder! Mine has traveled extensively as well as commuted on mass transit when full size bicycles weren't allowed during peak hours.

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