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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 2:13 pm 
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Joined: Tue Sep 27, 2005 8:52 pm
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Location: South West
Independent Fabrication Steel Deluxe 29r (adj.dropouts) £669 + postage
ImageIFdeluxe29 by JOHN WILLIAMS, on Flickr
ImageUntitled by JOHN WILLIAMS, on FlickrSeat tube: 17" (C-C) / 19" (C-Top of Indy Fab black CNC alu. collar)
ImagePC075849 by JOHN WILLIAMS, on FlickrTop tube: 22 1/2" (C-C)
ImagePC075820 3 by JOHN WILLIAMS, on FlickrHead tube: 1 1/8" (straight) / 13cm long
ImagePC075816 3 by JOHN WILLIAMS, on Flickr
Dropouts: Paragon Machine Works sliding / adj. dropouts geared or single spd (spare: both inc.)
ImagePC075806 3 by JOHN WILLIAMS, on Flickr
ImagePC075872 by JOHN WILLIAMS, on FlickrBraze-ons: Cable routing for gears , hydraulic brakes, and also (Rholoff) hub gear,
Rack mounts / Mudguard eyelets / x2 water bottles
Colour: Green (possibly "John Deere Green", depends on light and vision)
Condition fine but used, a few minor scuffs and chips, but nothing severe (frame protected in places with Hope stickers), and is free of rust / damage. I started riding firstly as a MTB (2014), then used it as summer time commuter, gradually experimenting with various gravel / single speed set-ups. It is now available as have invested in a actual 'gravel / adventure bike', and is now unused, but not unloved!
ImageIFdeluxe29 by JOHN WILLIAMS, on Flickr

Here are a few more images to illustrate condition and builds, and a link to a Flickr album showing lots and lots of details, and hopefully documenting the overall condition:

https://flic.kr/s/aHsmx76MBG
https://flic.kr/s/aHsmnP1b8f
Recent build:
ImageIFgravel by JOHN WILLIAMS, on Flickr
Early build:
ImageP3291237 by JOHN WILLIAMS, on Flickr

Any questions will do my best to answer, and if you need to see something in more detail, or get a measurement, happy to do so and chat more via PM etc..

Thanks for looking 8) ...
ImageP3291242 by JOHN WILLIAMS, on Flickr


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2018 9:46 pm 
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PM replied. Size; 17” c-c or 19” c-top (of seatclamp6


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