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    Need the rear end from a damaged Pugs frame...

    I know this is a long shot, but my buddy is trying to get a fat trail-a-bike rolling. One of the easier ways is to start with the rear end of a steel fat bike....most likely a Pugs. Needs to be functional from BB/seat tube back. The front can be toast.

    If anyone has one they want to get rid of or knows where there might be a damaged steel fat frame I'd love to hear about it.

    Thanks....
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    I have a 22" pugs frame that I might sell. I made the mistake of riding someone's 9:zero:7 and now I don't like it so much and the 9:zero:7 is all I can think about...
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    We are looking for a damaged frame to keep costs low. I also think a 22" frame would be a challenge to modify to fit a child.

    Thanks for the offer though.

    Used fatbikes seem to be in short supply so I don't think you'll have trouble selling it if you want a 907.
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