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PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 11:02 am 
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I need to clear out on a few items, unfortunately this frame is one of them. It's a standard Cannondale M500 frame in purple. Apart from a nasty scratch on the top tube, caused by the steerer, it is in great condition. No chainsuck whatsoever. Screw of the bottle cage holder seems stuck but should be ok to remove.

seattube length (center to top) is 555mm. Top tube length is 580 mm (center to center).

Comes with original fork, a Shimano Deore LX black threaded headset, bottom bracket (no play), black seatpost, seatpost quick release and the original cannondale brake cable holders.

Looking for GBP50 excluding postage, or sensible offers. Frame is based in NL.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 11:08 am 
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If you sell it with the Bosch washer in the background I will think about it.
lol j/k ofc, nice bike, free kick.


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PM'd, what size headset is it?


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 11:21 am 
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Wasmachineman NL wrote:
If you sell it with the Bosch washer in the background I will think about it.
lol j/k ofc, nice bike, free kick.


in fact it's a washer/dryer combo. Open to offers :)


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Dale cannon wrote:
PM'd, what size headset is it?


Had to use the 32 spanner, so it's a 1" headset.


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troje wrote:
Wasmachineman NL wrote:
If you sell it with the Bosch washer in the background I will think about it.
lol j/k ofc, nice bike, free kick.


in fact it's a washer/dryer combo. Open to offers :)

Bit off topic but, Make sure you do a hot [aka 90-degrees] wash once a month, or else your drum spider will corrode and then ruin your machine.
OT: Is that a XTR UN91 BB?


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Is the scratch on the top tube into the metal or is it just paint?


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Wasmachineman NL wrote:
troje wrote:
Wasmachineman NL wrote:
If you sell it with the Bosch washer in the background I will think about it.
lol j/k ofc, nice bike, free kick.


in fact it's a washer/dryer combo. Open to offers :)

Bit off topic but, Make sure you do a hot [aka 90-degrees] wash once a month, or else your drum spider will corrode and then ruin your machine.
OT: Is that a XTR UN91 BB?



Thanks for the tip!

Yes, indeed a UN91. Bargain alltogether I would say.


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Dale cannon wrote:
Is the scratch on the top tube into the metal or is it just paint?


I've had a closer look. The majority of the scratch is just missing paint, however a small part of it goes deeper. I can't tell if it is just primer or that it goes into the bare aluminium. It's not a massively deep scratch though.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2012 10:26 am 
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Frameset arrived within 3 days, we'll packaged.

Can't recommend highly enough.

Many thanks, Ben.


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