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    Need some insight on components?(GT, Trek, Felt)

    I have been looking around at a few different bikes and need some insight on the components on them?

    I have been looking at the
    GT Avalanche 3.0:
    http://www.gtbicycles.com/usa/eng/Bi...-Avalanche-3.0

    GT Outpost:
    http://www.gtbicycles.com/usa/eng/Bi...G10OUT-Outpost

    Trek 3700:
    http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/bikes...3_series/3700/

    or a used 2009 Felt Q620:
    http://www.feltracing.com/USA/2010-P...ries/Q620.aspx

    Please let me know, and if you have other suggestions let me know! Thanks
    Last edited by Nobody16; 09-02-2009 at 06:25 PM.

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    I like the Felt,better components all around.

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    Agree, the Felt is a notch above the other 3. (Btw, your Trek link points to the Australian model.)

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    $350 GT Outpost
    $410 Trek 3700
    $450 GT Avalanche 3.0
    $700 Felt Q620

    As the prices of the bikes go up so does the the level of the components on them.

    How much do you want to spend? $350 or $700

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    The Felt is used so I assumed that it would be closer in price to the others then if it was new,but I'm not sure how much it is.

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    I would be willing to spend up to $450 for the avalanche if it is worth it. The Felt is $500 since it is used(barely), so if it is worth it, i might take that one. Thanks for the help

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    Take the Felt,if it's just slightly used.For $50 more you will be getting components a notch or more better then on the GT and that's worth it.

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