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1983 Trek Sport 610 frame set...24”

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Old 07-12-18, 01:37 PM
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1983 Trek Sport 610 frame set...24”











Reynolds 531c tubing Trek 610 frame/fork set is straight with no dings. Original Vermilion Red paint is in decent shape, many scuff marks and garage rash. Good rider quality frame set. Head badge, headset, and seat post clamp bolt are included... $150 plus bikeflights fee to your door.

I have the Suntour Blue Line rear/front derailleurs and SR 170mm crank with50-42 chain wheels and Sugino BB for an additional $25.... parts have usual scratches.
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This year 600 series frames had 44cm chainstays... good clearance for stuffing fenders.
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Old 07-12-18, 10:07 PM
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SR crank is 52/40 rings


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Incredible Weakness

I have an incredible weakness for 24 inch Trek frames. Not that I need any more bikes or frames......27 inch wheels or 700c?
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The 1983 Trek catalog has it listed with 27” wheels. This 610 had Rigida Alloy 700c rims laced on Suzue sealed bearing hubs. I’m keeping those since they are the exact wheels that came on my 82’ Trek 728.
The f/r Dia-Comp G side pull brakes were a good reach on the 700c wheels. I’ll throw those in the $25 parts list if you buy the 610 frame set.
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I have an incredible weakness for 24 inch Trek frames. Not that I need any more bikes or frames......27 inch wheels or 700c?
They are nice frames. I have one in the 24 inch size that I plan to sell later this year only because I have decided that 25" frames fit me better.
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I have recently acquired a weakness for 24" Trek frames.
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I have recently acquired a weakness for 24" Trek frames.
One of the things I love about Treks of that era is the paint quality. It does not always come through in pictures but the quality is obvious in person.
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Sun came out today.. color looks so much better in the sun light.
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SOLD..... buyer took the $25 parts too..
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