Surly Disc Trucker - 58 cm

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d70ar9
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Surly Disc Trucker - 58 cm

Postby d70ar9 » 13 Jun 2018, 9:44am

For sale is my much loved Surly Disc Trucker, It’s an absolute beast of a bike and a blast to ride! However, it’s simply not getting the use it once did and I’d much rather someone else was riding and enjoying it than it simply gathers dust in the spare room!

It would make the perfect commuter / tourer / or epic round the world bike. It’s got attachments for front and rear racks, frame pump, three bottle cages, spare spokes. It can run either 700 or 650b wheels and has loads of clearance for fat tyres and mudguards.

The bike is currently set up running a 9spd triple for a huge gear ratio and also extremely hard wearing and durable set up. Shifters are Dura Ace bar ends, friction shifting on the front and indexed on the rear. Discs have been upgraded to TRP Spyres and the wheels are Hunt Mason 4 Season. Tyres are Clement Strada LGG in 32mm 120tpi and give a lovely plush ride. The saddle is the fantastically comfortable Brooks Cambium C15.

Bike comes complete with guards, bottle cages, pedals and pump. The Bike also comes with spare spokes for The Hunt wheels and Thru Axle end caps should you wish to move the wheels to another bike or project.

The bike is in very good condition with a few little scuffs to paint from use but nothing really noticeable.

I’m asking £900 complete

Collection from London due to size and weight

Details:

Surly Disc Trucker 58cm

Hunt Mason 4 Season Disc Wheels

Brooks Cambium C15

Trp Spyres

SKS Cromoplastic Guards

Clement Strada LGG Tyres

Dura Ace 9sp Bar End Shifters

Deore 9 Spd Rear Mech

Pictures

As Sold

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From Old Tours

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Tiberius
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Re: Surly Disc Trucker - 56 cm

Postby Tiberius » 13 Jun 2018, 5:34pm

For all those people who come onto this web site looking for a decent touring bike.

Look no further.... :wink:

d70ar9
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Re: Surly Disc Trucker - 56 cm

Postby d70ar9 » 13 Jun 2018, 9:48pm

Tiberius wrote:For all those people who come onto this web site looking for a decent touring bike.

Look no further.... :wink:


It sure is, absolutely bombproof

sun ra
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Re: Surly Disc Trucker - 58 cm

Postby sun ra » 14 Jun 2018, 10:43pm

Hello

I’m interested in your Surly LHT.
I’ve sent you a PM to ask for a few dimensions including saddle, height in centimetres, from centre bottom bracket to top of saddle and from saddle tip to centre of handle cross bar in the first photograph? Also, how tall are you? Thanks

d70ar9
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Re: Surly Disc Trucker - 58 cm

Postby d70ar9 » 15 Jun 2018, 6:13am

Apologies for the delay. I have now replied in pm. I'll take measurements this evening and post in this thread for other interested parties.

Bike is located in Wandsworth SW London

d70ar9
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Re: Surly Disc Trucker - 58 cm

Postby d70ar9 » 15 Jun 2018, 9:07pm

Measurements are...

780mm from centre of bottom bracket to top of saddle and 535mm from tip of saddle to centre of bars.

Let me know if you need anything else measuring

sun ra
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Re: Surly Disc Trucker - 58 cm

Postby sun ra » 16 Jun 2018, 12:15pm

d70ar9 wrote:Measurements are...

780mm from centre of bottom bracket to top of saddle and 535mm from tip of saddle to centre of bars.

Let me know if you need anything else measuring



Also can you confirm your inside leg and do you know the saddle set back measurement when the saddle is set 535mm from handlebar centre?

d70ar9
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Re: Surly Disc Trucker - 58 cm

Postby d70ar9 » 16 Jun 2018, 6:30pm

My Inside leg is 33"

I've taken a picture of the saddle, it's pretty much middle of the rails!

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