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Full 105 groupo Miyata
#1
near perfect full groupo ready to part out and comes with Wolber Profile TX wheels and new tires and tubes This bike has only been around the block a couple times and been sealed up for 20 years
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#2
Very nice ride!!!
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#3
Nice bike indeed, Miyata made some great bikes. AS did most Japanese makers in the late 70- 80's.

Here is a link to Miyata Catalogs. I cannot tell what model that is.


http://www.miyatacatalogs.com/2007/12/miyata-catalog-1990-100-year-special.html
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#4
Beautiful bike, unfortunately too small for me. Smile
Nigel
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#5
it is a model 1400A not sure of the year but I think is an 90 give or take. 48 or 50 cm frame. So I thought I would part it out as a full group. perfect for someone that has that vintage only well used and wants to restore it. they literally have not been used more than a few miles if that. no brake scrub on rims and no rub on crank arms and no rust on the bolts.
I saw the link but cannot find a 1400A in the color pearl white
to small for me too Nigel. I am looking for a NOS Frame For downtube shifters around 56cm. If I cannot come up with a sweet frame the miyata is getting parted
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#6
I am leaning towards on of these for my project after the GT:
http://www.amazon.com/Origin-CX700-Cycle-Cross-Bicycle/dp/B004RS0B78/

I already have 46cm drop bars for it ... one piece at a time Smile
Nigel
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#7
Nice frame also Nashbar has some very nice frames on sale. I always check them and Performance cycle.

http://www.nashbar.com/bikes/CatalogSearchResultView?storeId=10053&catalogId=10052&langId=-1&pageSize=16&beginIndex=0&searchType=resultSet&sortBy=Dollar+Rank%2F%2F1&cn1=&searchTerm=frame

This one is half the weight of the above. If you want to reuse most of the parts IMO keep is as road bike. Get
A Triathlon type bar for comfort. If thats what you need, or reverse the bar and cut of the horns.


http://www.nashbar.com/bikes/Product_10053_10052_511694_-1___
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#8
thanks for the Ideas
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#9
The Fuji frameset from nashbar is the one! I will post Pics when I am done with the build. Might have to move in with one you guys till the wife calms down a bit
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#10
Which one do you like?
Here is one that showed up this time and if you read the reviews one guy build it with a 105 group.

Buy your wife flowers....:-)))

http://www.nashbar.com/bikes/CatalogSearchResultView?storeId=10053&catalogId=10052&langId=-1&pageSize=16&beginIndex=0&searchType=resultSet&sortBy=Dollar+Rank%2F%2F1&cn1=&searchTerm=Fuji+Connoisseur+Frameset#ReviewHeader
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#11
Whoa, PK. Schweet find!
Wait... did you say "part out"? I might cry, man.
I just acquired a 1989 Schwinn 564 in Exage and Sport LX equipment that I seriously contemplated doing that with, too. After a o-haul and frame wax, I decided on new tape, too. It's now back on the market as a rider for $250. Original sans the tape and rubber that I refreshed. If I found a buyer for the parts, I may still.
Kinda tugs at the heart-strings; making a call like that.
Wheelies don't pop themselves. (from a QBP fortune cookie)
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#12
I know Robar it is a tear jerker to me. some bikes do have a heart and soul. Its kinda like Toy story. So I will find home for it and make it come back to life, the life it never had before. and someone will be happy and i will still be poor
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