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Old 02-05-21, 02:10 PM
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Specialized Expedition Frameset - 62cm - You pick it up, you pay $0

I've long had visions of restoring this bike to its former glory but sadly, I just do not seeing it happening under my watch. Needs to go to a new home. Plenty of rust that probably should be dealt with although I rode it a lot of miles in this condition. Seat post moves but stem is stuck. It comes with what's in the picture. I can include the Dia Compe cantilever brakes as well.

Price: You come get it, you pay nothing. Location is Northampton, MA 01060
Year: Pretty sure it's 1983
Size: Seat tube is 62cm ctc, I measure top tube at 60cm ctc
Rear: 126mm

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Old 02-05-21, 03:51 PM
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That's a heck of a deal. And you get to visit western MA, how cool is that? I'm glad it's not my size or I'd be tempted to chuck the job in and go on a long road trip.
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This frame is the right size for me and I have the equipment to deal with the stem. PM'd.
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I am always the bridesmaid . . .

Do let me know if you take a pass, scarlson
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man oh man, so where is this frame's 60cm sister hiding out?

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This frame is the right size for me and I have the equipment to deal with the stem. PM'd.
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If 60cm is the little sister then the 70cm I have is the big brother
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Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
If 60cm is the little sister then the 70cm I have is the big brother
is that the monster Expedition frame in that recent grab-bag haul of goodies? my groin started to hurt just looking at the length of that head tube ...
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is that the monster Expedition frame in that recent grab-bag haul of goodies? my groin started to hurt just looking at the length of that head tube ...
Yes ...its not even built and almost as tall as my wife's 48cm bianchi.
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Originally Posted by scarlson View Post
This frame is the right size for me and I have the equipment to deal with the stem. PM'd.
Right place, right time, lucky b*****d.
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if 60cm is the little sister then the 70cm i have is the big brother :d
70!?
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70!?
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Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
headtube same length as the fork
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Canti posts make it look like a normal frame was built for 20” wheels. I don’t think that frame would fit me after all...
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Canti posts make it look like a normal frame was built for 20” wheels. I don’t think that frame would fit me after all...

700c wheels
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