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 Post subject: Re: Koga Miyata help!!
PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 6:17 pm 
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hi pistol13

what became of this frame did you finish the renovation? otherwise i amybe interested in buying it off you if you want to sell it?

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Bought this frame years ago and was using it as a cheap fixed runabout, Then moved onto the next thing (as you do).Anyway just got it out of storage and was thinking of rebuild to original spec but I don't know much about it, Is it a Gents Racer?
Can anyone date it serial no: J532644
Would it have been built with 600ax or 600ex or a mix of both. When i got it, It came with 600ax post and stem, 600ex headset and shifters(both pictured). Any idea of hubs, rims, tyres etc. Any info would be greatly received. All the best Mick...
Also decals, are they available?


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 9:09 pm 
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I did buy this Koga Miyate Gents Racer in 1980. And now my son do use it. Its is a little bit to big for him, but he likes it.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 9:15 pm 
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is it for sale then? and what size is the frame?

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I did buy this Koga Miyate Gents Racer in 1980. And now my son do use it. Its is a little bit to big for him, but he likes it.
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hurin76 wrote:
is it for sale then? and what size is the frame?

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I did buy this Koga Miyate Gents Racer in 1980. And now my son do use it. Its is a little bit to big for him, but he likes it.
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No...no... it isn't for sale! (58cm)


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