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Ok guys....scored a Shogun 600 and a Fuji Delray today...the Shogun really is more of the keeper, but the Fuji does have the Nitto Olymiade bars and Nitto stem as well as the nicer pedals. The Wheels on the Fuji are what seem to be the middle of the road standard for the early 80's with the araya rims and Shimano hubs (27" rims). I'll be swapping everything onto the Shogun in the form of a fixie for now while I build up El Bastardo.














Everything was sitting in a pile on the side of the road.
RJ
 

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would that be sugino RT or "round tech". What a concept! Round chainrings! though back then that was the exception to the rule thanks to shimaNOT

the mom-n-pop shop I used to frequent from about 86-92 carried shoguns. Always liked them. They had a mtn bike in about 87 that had a really cool paint job. Tri Fade orange, black and red I think. Had XT components and was reasonable at about $800. They also made some cool TT bikes with small front wheels.

nice score. i'm working on a fixie also. 86 columbus sl ciocc.
 

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would that be sugino RT or "round tech". What a concept! Round chainrings! though back then that was the exception to the rule thanks to shimaNOT

the mom-n-pop shop I used to frequent from about 86-92 carried shoguns. Always liked them. They had a mtn bike in about 87 that had a really cool paint job. Tri Fade orange, black and red I think. Had XT components and was reasonable at about $800. They also made some cool TT bikes with small front wheels.

nice score. i'm working on a fixie also. 86 columbus sl ciocc.
thanks :)

My current fixie project is a '91 Yokota MTB that will be getting 26x1.9 slicks, On One Midge bars and some other cool touches.


My pal Glen just finished up brazing the dropouts on yesterday...time to shave the rest of the junk.

RJ
 
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