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Old 12-21-17, 10:31 AM   #1626
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I have a Fuji 84 touring series frame with fork. Both were stuck with alum parts and we got them out but the seatpost, or at least 1/4 of it is still stuck on the frame. The size is a 64, hence is enormous for anyone I know (we all are in the 52-55 range) it suffer some damage from the removal of the seatpost, handerlbar post came out nicely. If anyone is interested we can offer it up for a trade or exchange. I am really happy with my bikes (at least now) but will say no for a new project for summer. Anyhow, message me if interested.
Looks more like a 61cm if measuring center to center.
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Old 12-27-17, 01:36 AM   #1627
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Looks more like a 61cm if measuring center to center.
Agreed. Just my size. I'd be very interested except I'd first need to see that set cluster damage up close in person. Very troublesome.
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Old 12-27-17, 02:14 PM   #1628
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Agreed. Just my size. I'd be very interested except I'd first need to see that set cluster damage up close in person. Very troublesome.
I think the damage is mostly estetic, I put a new seatpost and it seems wont have any trouble with it, but yes needs to be evaluated in person
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Old 12-30-17, 04:34 PM   #1629
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Fuji Sagres SP 25"/64cm

I bought this as a complete bike a couple months ago for parts I needed for my commuter.

Frame measures:
25" seat tube c/c
23" top tube c/c
About 34" standover w/700 x 25s
Also will include seat post. I have no use for the crank/chain rings/FD, so they're included if desired. The crank arms are 175mm.

Too tall for me. I was considering building it up a a fixie/town bike for a 6'4" friend but he lost interest. I could not stand flat footed over the top tube. I'm about 6' tall, average build I guess.

I'm a little sad to part with it. I think it's a really nice color, but neither myself nor anyone I know has any use for it.

My family and I are now car-free so I'd consider a wider range of frames in trade. My daughter and wife are 5'1" and 5'4" respectively. I usually use a 56-58cm frame (22"-23"), top tube c/c.

If interested, please PM me. I'm keeping a very open mind for trades.
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Old 12-30-17, 11:43 PM   #1630
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It's not on your American maker list, but I've got a vintage 60cm-ish frame that is pretty surely a Davidson (Seattle Frame builder). It was rattle can spay repainted when I bought it, I've partially stripped it, but like you, I have run out of steam, and seeking a new home for it. If potentially of interest, I can send pics. It takes a 27.2 seat tube.
Not to jump in on someone else's offer but if you want it to find a good home please tell me more. I have a longtime back burner project of building a vintage bike for "when I feel like it" rides. Never seem to find frames that are interesting and nice enough that fit.
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Old 12-31-17, 01:38 PM   #1631
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Early 80's Nishiki gran tour 15. Sized 52cm seat tube c-c, 21cm top tube c-c.
DB chromol tubing. Tange and Suntour sd drop outs.
Would love another Nishiki or possibly a sekine.

Size needed is 55-56 seat tube.
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Old 01-08-18, 11:47 AM   #1632
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More of a "frame isn't what I'm looking for" than a "frame doesn't fit."

62cm 1989 Raleigh Technium Pre

Looking for something that can fit wider tires, more suitable to some of the gravel riding around here. Most people recommend nothing smaller than 32C. This bike won't fit larger than 25c on 700c rims.

I really need a 62 or larger frame, preferably lugged steel, but I actually don't mind the ride of this aluminum. Slacker seat tube is a bonus, I have a hell of a time with saddle setback.

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Old 01-12-18, 01:35 PM   #1633
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Dont know the year and has new paint on. I was looking on putting together my first mtb bike but frame is way too little.
Looking for a v brake mtb frame either 15", 16" or even 17" (depending on the top tube)
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Old 01-13-18, 03:11 PM   #1634
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1987(?) Mangusta 3000

I used to ride 25" frames, but that was back then and now I am happier with a 23" frame - so this one must go. There are scrapes and chips in the paint, but it should pass the 10 foot test with a little TLC. Needs recessed brakes and is sized for 700C wheels. Rear spacing is 130mm, and I may have the cranks and chain wheels in my stash (no promise on that). Here's what you get:

Frame
Fork
Headset
Bottom bracket
Seat post
Maybe cranks & chain wheels if I can locate them

Price - Cost of my LBS packing and shipping, or pick it up for free
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