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Thanks for all the great advice

Postby Gdb49 » Tue Apr 09, 2013 9:43 pm

Thanks to all the help I get on this site I have upgraded my bike and my enjoyment of riding. As this is my main passion that means a lot to quality of life, so thanks to all of you that post your advice. I do not have the experience to upgrade components without help, and I always seem to get great advice on this site. As a beginer it is difficult to fully understand the difference in quality between simular products, not to mention getting hands on experience before purchasing. My bike has been upgraded without any real miss steps. Thanks! Think I'm done upgrading for a while :roll:
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Re: Thanks for all the great advice

Postby gar29 » Wed Apr 10, 2013 12:40 pm

Gdb49 wrote:Think I'm done upgrading for a while :roll:


Till next week anyways! :mrgreen:
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Re: Thanks for all the great advice

Postby craigasaurus » Wed Apr 10, 2013 2:10 pm

gar29 wrote:
Gdb49 wrote:Think I'm done upgrading for a while :roll:


Till next week anyways! :mrgreen:


Agreed. There is no such thing as finished upgrading. You just change the phrase from "upgrading" to "updating" lol. As in "it definitely doesn't need any upgrades but I am planning on giving it a few updates" lol
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Re: Thanks for all the great advice

Postby Gdb49 » Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:31 pm

The final piece came in the mail-a pair of 5 10 Freeriders.
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