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Old 06-14-23, 11:18 AM
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FS: S&S Coupled Fuji Touring Frameset - 56cm Square

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Unfortunately this is a size smaller than I need, so its in need of a loving home. The original owner owned a bike shop and had this modified by Bilenky for travel/touring. Not sure of the exact model, but it's got braze-ons galore and would make for a great rando build platform. Measures 56cm square with a 16cm headtube (excluding the headset). This was originally built for 27" wheels, but should be easy to make the swap. I was able to clear 33mm 700c tires with ease, 35mm would probably pass as well.

The frame is in good shape overall. It was fully covered in clear frame protectors, so there is no paint damamge, but there are a few spots where the protector has done it's job and is peeling back. There is some slight surface rust on the underside of the frame by the coupler, but it's not remotely structural.

Asking $300 plus actual shipping as pictured. I do have the original wheelset as well that I can include. Built by the same owner/shop with Campy hubs and Mavic MA2 Rims. The wheels have some surface corrosion from sitting but sping straight and smooth. If you'd like those included, let's call it $350 plus shipping.

Please see pics HERE for details and let me know if you have any questions etc.



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If I were traveling more this would be in my shed.
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Should have mentioned, this is 126mm rear spacing as well
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That's a terrific deal. I had S&S couplers installed on a frame, and that cost was more than twice what @Brewsmith is asking here. Consider it a discount on the couplers and a classic touring frame thrown in for free!
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I'm leaning strongly towards this being a Fuji TS V and if so, I managed barlow pass tires (700x38) pretty easily on the next size up. I'd be surprised if it can only take up to 35, or there was geometry changes between years/sizes.
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Wow, wish this was my size, loved the coupled bike I owned till it was hit, also cost me twice as much to add them as this frame is costing, great bargain.
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Broken down what size case would this fit in?
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Originally Posted by bwilli88
Broken down what size case would this fit in?
Hard shell bike case for a folding travel bicycle

Note that there are also soft-shell case alternatives.
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I'm having major regret not buying this. Whomever bought this frame... could you considering selling it to yours truly?
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I thought we were supposed to say like "pm coming" and all that. I've noticed a few things selling out of protocol, but maybe I'm just being weird. This is in response to the post above, and just what I've been seeing, I don't have any stake in this particular thread beyond that. I'll shut up now.
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Originally Posted by celesteguy
I thought we were supposed to say like "pm coming" and all that. I've noticed a few things selling out of protocol, but maybe I'm just being weird. This is in response to the post above, and just what I've been seeing, I don't have any stake in this particular thread beyond that. I'll shut up now.
Protocol? Think's it's good for a seller to edit or post when sold. But a buyer is supposed to "pm coming"? What's that about?
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Some buyers prefer to stay unknown. Saying "PM coming" is the same as calling dibs, it is not a requirement, or forum etiquette.
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