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Old 08-16-16, 02:43 PM
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Wabi Special




Frame:
Wabi Special - Anthracite 55cm

Fork/Headset:
Wabi / FSA orbit X

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino 75 / Protype

Pedals:
MKS sylvan touring

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
18 tooth EAI cog / 49 tooth Sugino / KMC devil 101

Handlebars/Stem:
Nitto Bullmoose

Saddle/Seatpost:
Brooks swift / Nitto Dynamic 626

Brakes:
Cane Creek SCR5 levers / tektro something or other...

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Open pro / Philwood / Panaracer pasela tourguard

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Open pro / Philwood / Panaracer pasela tourguard

Accessories:
Crane stem bell
wald basket
elite cussi bottle cage

I can also toss in nitto mustache bars as well

I'd like to get $1000 USD for this fine machine that was well maintained. Buyer does pay pal and will pay for a bike flight.

Scrod installed the BB and even sprayed the inside of the frame with frame saver himself which I'm sure adds to the value of the bike.

Selling because I ride this bike maybe a handful of times a year which is a total bummer and I want to get into CX racing so I need to make space / get the funds for another bike.
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Add the size to your post.
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Add the size to your post.
Damn it! I knew I missed something! fixed.
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Originally Posted by thewilson
Scrod installed the BB and even sprayed the inside of the frame with frame saver himself which I'm sure adds to the value of the bike.
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Old 08-17-16, 09:29 AM
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Would ride.
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Originally Posted by Carcosa
Would ride.
Please ride.
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Stretch it two sizes larger and you've got a deal
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Old 08-19-16, 03:36 PM
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Originally Posted by websterrr
Stretch it two sizes larger and you've got a deal
Plenty of seat post left and I never cut the steerer.
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Old 08-23-16, 07:14 PM
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Might be willing to part out if I can find buyers for the frame/fork/HS/sp clamp ($425), cranks/chain ring/bb ($200) , and wheels/tires/lockring and cog($325)
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Old 08-23-16, 08:10 PM
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Howd you get the Sugino 75 to fit? I tried it on mine with a 115 ISO Campy bb and the DS crank arm would hit the chainstay every rotation. Same goes with the DA 7600 crank arm
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Howd you get the Sugino 75 to fit? I tried it on mine with a 115 ISO Campy bb and the DS crank arm would hit the chainstay every rotation. Same goes with the DA 7600 crank arm
I used a sugino 75 specific bb and Scrod installed it. If I remember correctly there were (at the time) two bbs that were for the 75s. The sugino loose ball and the pro type which I opted for because sealed bearings

Also I'm gonna assume that part of your problem could be using a Japanese crank which probably should use a JIS axle and you're using an Italian ISO axle. Can't confirm, I'm not a mechanic

All that said, buy mine
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Sugino 75 uses an ISO spindle. The ProType is 109mm ISO.

I've seen a few Wabi frames with crank arm clearance issues. Wilson's is not one of them.
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Just my luck. I tried a DA 7600 with 109 ISO protype before and the arms hit the chainstay. His probably fit cause the frame size is bigger, mine is 49. That or Scrod used some kind of magic
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BUMP. I'm open to REASONABLE offers, parting out and even interesting trades...
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There's a
for sale on ebay right now. Understanding that it's not an apples-to-apples comparison, you may want to watch to see what used Wabis are going for.

Edit: I don't know why it's putting that gigantic picture in the post. That's new for me, and I can't figure out how to make it go away.
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That's a terrible comparison considering the components on the eBay bike are nowhere near as good as the on the one being offered here.

Wilson's crankset and wheels are worth nearly $500 on their own.
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Originally Posted by Scrodzilla
That's a terrible comparison considering the components on the eBay bike are nowhere near as good as the on the one being offered here.

Wilson's crankset and wheels are worth nearly $500 on their own.
I know what the crankset and wheels are worth. Just trying to be helpful. One data point is better than none, and the bike is not getting a lot of love, not even parted out.
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What a beauty. Great upgrades. Where is this bike located?
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What a beauty. Great upgrades. Where is this bike located?
I'm in Portland Maine. I could also be willing to travel to the Boston area or NH for serious buyers.

Originally Posted by kingston
I know what the crankset and wheels are worth. Just trying to be helpful. One data point is better than none, and the bike is not getting a lot of love, not even parted out.
Luckily I'm not in a rush.
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Those wheels on this bike are just so damn pretty. Someone buy this complete.
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Is it possible to bump this dead post?

Link https://maine.craigslist.org/bik/d/p...684601544.html
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Is it possible to bump this dead post?

Link https://maine.craigslist.org/bik/d/p...684601544.html
I think you just did!

Lovely build. But small for me I think.
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