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Old 04-12-24, 10:06 PM
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Fuji Del Ray Frame and Fork

Nice frameset. Includes headset, seat post, and shifters/clamp. Looking for $125 plus actual shipping (via bike flights/ ups). No dings or dents. Paint not perfect, but very nice overall. Message for more pictures or shipping quote to your spot. I believe it's a size 58cm.
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Nice looking frame. What size? Wheel size?
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23" frame, and I believe the original wheel size was 27". I was running 700c without any special long reach calipers and running 25mm tires. I can check actual clearance, but I think 28s would be no problem on 700 wheels. Definitely an elegant but understated frameset.
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I gave one of these to a friend for Cino and she nicknamed it Lana Del Ray. She loves it and doesn’t even get summertime sadness when she rides it.
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Looks like a 1984. definitely was originally a 27"-er. My '89 isn't my fastest or lightest roadie, but it's still a fun ride.
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