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Subject: Scott Plasma Ltd small frame/fork 575$
I have a Scott Plasma small frame and fork--built, but only ridden one or two test rides. As new condition. 4 or 5 years old.. I have other bikes to ride. Picture shows built bike, but I'm selling only frame/fork, headset, seat post, top/clamp. Seat mast cut for an inseam of about 30.5 inches. I can measure exactly to saddle rail if I have any interest. I am 5'8" and it is a good fit. A few parts available to sell to buyer if interested. Seat mast can be raised with spacer or of course cut lower. Also cna build the bike for 900+ dependingh on parts desired. Have a DA 7800 group.

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