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  • Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    If there were no 57cm in the search how would you make them appear? They don’t have any listed?? Add 57 to the search term is the best bet (it still won’t make any come into existence that didn’t exist unless you use the magic words)

    Premier Icon jimdubleyou
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    The search is only as good as people’s listings.

    e.g. Currently reserving a warm spot in hell for people who list laptops with 128Gb SSDs as having 256Gb SSDs in their tick boxes.

    Premier Icon nickjb
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    The real bargains are the badly listed things that you (and everyone else) can’t easily search for. Hard part is finding them.

    Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    https://www.ebay.com.au/b/Bicycles/177831?Frame%2520Size=57cm&Type=Road%2520Bike%2520%252D%2520Racing&rt=nc
    Yeah if it’s not ticked 57 it’s never going to appear in the filters (given I’m getting US bikes I’d guess the rest of your search terms are lucking out) try adding 120mm stem to the search for 56cm ones 😉

    Premier Icon bruneep
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    The real bargains are the badly listed things that you (and everyone else) can’t easily search for. Hard part is finding them.

    http://www.fatfingers.co.uk

    cynic-al
    Member

    So when you are looking for something quite specific, eg a frame in a certain size, you can tick the boxes for the sizes you want, but only those that come up in the search at that time.

    So if you follow this, having ticked 56cm and 58cm (no 57cm frames having appeared in your original search), you won’t see th 57cms.

    So, any way round this?

    And as for those who describe a steel bike as aluminium or vice versa FFS Grrrr etc

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