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    Gunnar Ruffian 29er deal or no deal

    2009 Gunnar Ruffian frame with stainless steel Paragon dropout system

    It is used but only ridden twice only one paint chip it looks brand new...

    Is 500 a good deal or no deal?


    You can buy them direct from Gunnar for 1125 but I haven't been able to find alot of info if dealers discount them etc...
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    That's a great deal. If I hadn't just bought my frame, I'd jump on that in a heartbeat.

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    size?

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    It's a 17.5" should fit me really well... If not i'll pass it on : ) I am pretty excited about it but was alittle worried if i overpaid or not

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    $500 is a steal - buy it or tell me where it's at so I can

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    It'll become your favorite bike. If you pass it up, we'll all be very, very disappointed in you.

    To your OP, no you won't find discounts. They're semi-custom. You order it at the bike shop, then Gunnar paints it then ships it.

    They're hand built American steel. You're basically getting a Waterford that's tig welded (rather than lugged) and made in a few off-the-peg colors and sizes (rather than full custom).

    Oh yeah, if you call Waterford, it's pretty likely the owner will answer. His name is Schwinn. Yeah, that Schwinn.

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    If you are having remorse, I will buy it from you for $500. I would also trade you a raw Niner One9 in medium for the frame.
    Thanks to www.weavercycleworks.com for my awesome bike frames!

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