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Old 12-17-11, 06:56 AM
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1988 fuji tiara seatpost

Does anyone know the seatpost diameter for a 1988 fuji tiara? I looked online and found the catalog that lists a sugino spkcl, but no diam. I bought a 26.6 and it's way too small, tried a 27.2 and it's too big.

Thought I'd ask here before bringing the frame to the lbs to measure. Thanks.


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Some, if not a lot of those mid to late 80's Japanese frames seemed to have been spec'd for 27.0 seatpost size. My '85 Centurian is 27.0

Cool looking frame btw.
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Originally Posted by Wino Ryder
Some, if not a lot of those mid to late 80's Japanese frames seemed to have been spec'd for 27.0 seatpost size. My '85 Centurian is 27.0

Cool looking frame btw.
thanks - that's what i was thinking. i researched online and 26.8 seems to be another popular size for this era, but seeing how loose the 26.6 fit i was thinking it might be 27.0

i was hoping someone who owns this same bike could confirm.
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one careful measurement with vernier caliper , even hone out with a auto brake cylinder hone,clean and use anti seize[ grease] steel is real
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Sounds like it's time for you to buy some calipers!
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man i want one of those tiaras so bad
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My guess is 26.8, but Khatfull would be the one to ask. He had one a year or two ago.
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Holy ****ing 80's that frame is amazing.

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Thanks all, just went to lbs and measured. It's 27.0, Wino Ryder was right.
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