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Specialized Expedition 68cm C-C frameset

Old 02-15-21, 12:04 AM
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Specialized Expedition 68cm C-C frameset

Specialized Expedition 68cm C-C frameset with Specialized headset. Headset is smooth and chrome is in great condition overall. Paint is in great condition and will be wiped down before shipping.

Frame dimensions:
Seattube 70cm C-T....68cm C-C
Toptube 61cm C-C
68cm bottom bracket
26.4mm seatpost
126mm rear...100mm spacing

Price: 185 shipped via shipbikes. Frame will be meticulously packed for shipment. Tracking provided within 72 hours.

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How often does a 68cm Expedition come along. Not very, but I bought M582767 about 3 months ago knowing the seat post and stem were stuck but thinking it would be a long time before I saw another. The stem is out and I am still working on the seat post(hoping Oxalic Acid works).

It's so tempting to just buy this and be done with it.
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How often does a 68cm Expedition come along. Not very, but I bought M582767 about 3 months ago knowing the seat post and stem were stuck but thinking it would be a long time before I saw another. The stem is out and I am still working on the seat post(hoping Oxalic Acid works).

It's so tempting to just but this and be done with it.
You need both. One 650b one 700c, or one brifters one DTs, or one SS one geared, or one silver components one black components.
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You need both. One 650b one 700c, or one brifters one DTs, or one SS one geared, or one silver components one black components.
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You're not to far off in my thinking. Long winters make me do stupid things.
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Just to verify, is that really a 68cm top tube?
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Just to verify, is that really a 68cm top tube?
I really should stop measuring late nights. Thanks for that. Info corrected.
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