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FOUND: Steel HT Frame - Small

Postby RazBarry_KB » December 5th, 2019, 10:11 am

Looking for a small frame for a project build. Ideally looking for a sweet chromoly 27.5/27.5+/29/29+ frame, but AL works too.

Probably a long shot, but I've found unicorns here before. :D
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Re: ISO: Steel HT Frame - Small

Postby PK » December 15th, 2019, 5:58 pm

https://www.nashbar.com/soma-valhallen-27.5-mountain-frame-green-s-911001/p764127?v=702302

I've had good luck with the "cheap" Nashbar stuff in the past....
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Re: ISO: Steel HT Frame - Small

Postby bikeguy4life » December 16th, 2019, 9:48 am

If you can get your hands on a Vassago VerHaun or Jabberwocky frame, they are awesome. The older Wocky frames are SS specific, but can be set up to run gears with some hardware available through Vassago - Jabberplugs I think? I have an older Wocky (2nd gen frame I think, it doesn't have the huge head tube gusset that the 1st gen frames have) set up SS and despite it's age, it is probably one of the best handling, most comfortable and most fun 29er bikes I've ever ridden. I haven't ridden a VerHaun frame, but everything I've heard, they ride great as well. Just a heads up though, their frames do run on the large side. I've seen Jabberwocky's here every once in a great while and they do pop up on Ebay from time to time and are usually pretty affordable.
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Re: ISO: Steel HT Frame - Small

Postby RazBarry_KB » December 16th, 2019, 11:26 am

I ended up finding a full build bike that I think should work out just fine. I tried a Bandersnatch a few years ago and loved it, but it wasn't mine to buy and at that point in time I wasn't really into the steel frames.
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