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lazaro36
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PostSubject: Which one?   Mon May 04, 2009 8:56 am

Haro Forum Intro S Lite

frame: Forum Lite 20" frame design- 1 tube crmo D/T- 20.5" TT.
fork 1 1/8": Crmo steer tube- Threadless
grip: Haro Stripe Grips
handlebar: Hi-Ten 8" rise.
crankset: Haro 3-pc Crmo Loose Mid Bearing- 175mm.
gearing: 25/9 w/loose ball Cassette One Piece 9T Driver
tires: Kenda Kontact F&R
hubset: 36h loose ball Frt/36h 14mm Alloy Loose Ball Cassette Rr
rims Alienation: 36/36
seat/post: Haro Slim Saddle w/Steel post
pedals: VP Resin Plastic
rotor: Straight Cable

or FIT STR 1 BIKE 2009

Hi tensile steel frame with a chromoly toptube and no brake mounts or cable stops, standard 1-1/8" headtube, Fit fork w/ chromoly steerer tube, Fit bars, Fit grips, frontload alloy stem, 3-pc tubular chromoly cranks with sealed Mid BB, 25T chainwheel, 14mm front hub, 14mm sealed rear cassette hub with 9T driver, 36H Alienation PBR rims, Fit tires, KMC 410 chain and plastic platform pedals. 20" Toptube. (26.4 lbs)


or the Verde Vex

Hi-tensile steel frame with integrated seat clamp, integrated headtube drilled for gyro tabs, 1-1/8" fork with integrated bearing race, 7.5" bars, alloy frontload stem, Duo Doyle grips, Tektro brake, alloy brake lever, 3-pc tubular cranks with sealed Mid BB, 25T chainwheel, 14mm rear cassette hub with 9T driver, 3/8" front hub, Cinema 777S rims, Verde seat, Odyssey Twisted PC pedals and 2 steel pegs. 20.25" Toptube. (26 lbs)
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Vistagecko
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PostSubject: Re: Which one?   Mon May 04, 2009 9:28 am

Please, please, please, use this thread.
It was made for a reason. The bikes listed are the best bikes for the price range. I'll even tell you how to use the thread properly.

Step 1: Figure out how much money you have to spend on a complete bike.
Step 2: Find the corresponding price range in the "what bike to get thread".
Step 3: Click the link of the bike under the selected price range.

If the bike you are thinking of buying isn't listed, we obviously thought the ones that are listed, are better.
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