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    Value of '93 Fat Chance TI

    I have an opportunity to buya 1993 Fat Chance Ti frame. In narly perfect chape other than a few scratches on the drive side chainstay. (damage from chainsuck) Frame includes a Syncros TI post. Any help on what this might be worth? I will try to post some photos tonight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turnerover
    I have an opportunity to buya 1993 Fat Chance Ti frame. In narly perfect chape other than a few scratches on the drive side chainstay. (damage from chainsuck) Frame includes a Syncros TI post. Any help on what this might be worth? I will try to post some photos tonight!

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    Careful with that question. You could be cock blocked if that frame is for sale anywhere close to public.

    I'd try this new website called 'eBay'.
    Let's try it and see what happens:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=7157980718

    Figure it's worth a bit less without all it's parts. But parts are the easy thing to get.
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    Ti likes to bond to it's self under presure, ie Seat Post and seat tube. Make sure the seat post can be removed.
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    saw a TI fat at bike swap in Seattle

    Quote Originally Posted by turnerover
    I have an opportunity to buya 1993 Fat Chance Ti frame. In narly perfect chape other than a few scratches on the drive side chainstay. (damage from chainsuck) Frame includes a Syncros TI post. Any help on what this might be worth? I will try to post some photos tonight!

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    I saw a ti fat, (for the first time) at the seattle bike swap, frame only was selling for $1000 I do believe, It did look in premo condition, but at that price and having heard about their short top tubes, I didn't look reallly close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    Careful with that question. You could be cock blocked if that frame is for sale anywhere close to public.

    I'd try this new website called 'eBay'.
    Let's try it and see what happens:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=7157980718

    Figure it's worth a bit less without all it's parts. But parts are the easy thing to get.
    but it's dressed in full bling!
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    We the people ...

    www.fatcogs.com for a few more FAT opions?

    I've seen fats in the UK make £500-£650

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    Frames can go for anywhere from 500-1200 dollars depending on size and condition. Complete bikes probably 500 more than frames unless its mega bling.

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