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Does anyone want to unload a hardtail frame....cheap? I broke my full suspension frame and it might be a while until I can pay for its replacement. My preference would be a steel frame designed for front suspension, size medium (18"). I'm in Fort Collins.

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My frame was out of the warranty time frame. The company offers a crash replacement frame for a bit over half price retail. I will go to the latest model which will be a significant upgrade, a Titus MotoLite. I am currently working on my house and will not have cash for this for a while.
 

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Titanium??

AF,
I know you said 18" steel, but...........................................
do you have any interest in a Litespeed (circa 97')??
I am selling off my 26" wares.
I am willing to negotiate the price.................
Let me know if you have any interest.

C.

edit: I work in FTC

AdamF said:
Does anyone want to unload a hardtail frame....cheap? I broke my full suspension frame and it might be a while until I can pay for its replacement. My preference would be a steel frame designed for front suspension, size medium (18"). I'm in Fort Collins.

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Adam
 

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You want cheap - check out Nashbar, they have a steel frame w/ disc and canti mounts for $55.
But if it was me, I'd be looking for an Azonic Steelhead, '05's can be had for $150 or so new on ebay, or ~ $100 used. Not light, but makes for a super versatile bike. I use mine for 4x, djing, sk8pk and trail riding. I can't see me not having one, no matter how many more expensive bikes I own.
 

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MrSalty, I'm on a budget here. Ti would be nice but I'm thinking you could sell that for more than what I'm looking to spend.

dbabuser, Thanks for the tip on bike Nashbar. You can't beat $69 for a new frame! I was also considering the Sette Aluminum frame on Pricepoint for $100. I have a top pull ft derailure that would work with it.

Thanks again for the heads up!
 

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no problem..

$100 for an aluminum frame is a good deal. Hope it works out.

C.

AdamF said:
MrSalty, I'm on a budget here. Ti would be nice but I'm thinking you could sell that for more than what I'm looking to spend.

dbabuser, Thanks for the tip on bike Nashbar. You can't beat $69 for a new frame! I was also considering the Sette Aluminum frame on Pricepoint for $100. I have a top pull ft derailure that would work with it.

Thanks again for the heads up!
 
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