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PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2012 6:29 pm 
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marin novato frames for sale for 220€ delivered
2 frames will be included, one used and damaged on the right ( one ding on the top tube and rear dropout) the second on the left received as substitution and used 500km, top tube decals missed and negative on the paint remained


add 30 € for a mizuno fiandre fork , with some scratch inside and outside
20€ for the frm seatpost and 10€ for the 105 front mech, 20€ for the headset

300 grams fork and 950 grams frame, this is the best fixed you can build


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2012 8:36 pm 
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fixed?


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fixed?


is not a frame born for fixes , but here in italy lot of people search for great old frames to convert to fixes


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I would say "this is the best fixed you can build" it pushing it a bit to be honest :?


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Yes and the feature they seek most is horizontal dropouts, which these frames do not have....

Anyway as big as the fixie seen is here currently the frame would be very nice built up geared and I think the majority of people here (I could be mistaken) favour they're geared bikes over their fixed.

Very nice looking frame but not one I am familiar with. Good luck :)


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this is an U2 alloy frame
real 950 grams
size M


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