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PostPosted: Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:00 pm 
Posh Mark
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twain wrote:


No not mine but it is the same frame.

Its a Saracen Kili with Ritchey dropouts rather than a Ritchey its self.

Nice frames.

A few on this site :-)


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elPedro666 wrote:
twain wrote:
is that Ritchey frame the one i see selling on ebay?


I thought it was a Saracen? :?


Nail on the head.

I think people see the Ritchey cowled dropouts and presume


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Ah, but I'm old enough (just!) to remember when shops would buy in lugs/bosses/dropouts etc to build their own frames :wink: :oops:


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Actually, if it's not too much of a hi-jack could I ask the dimensions of the frame please? Bit of a fan & I may be about to break something here... :oops:


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elPedro666 wrote:
Actually, if it's not too much of a hi-jack could I ask the dimensions of the frame please? Bit of a fan & I may be about to break something here... :oops:


From recollection mine is:

ST 19'' CtoC 21'' CtoT
TT 23'' CtoC

It does not feel a big frame if that makes any sense.

I had a 19'' a while back and whilst that was fun it was just a smidge too small :-(


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Ah, too big for me, and nothing's broken yet... :lol:


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