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    Best palce for parts is ????

    Whers some of teh better places a guy can find a good selection of parts at a decent price ???

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    Price Point
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    There are plenty out there, thats all I can remember..

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    You just have to shop around. I usually use the following in no specific order.

    Universal Cycles
    Price Point
    Jenson USA
    Speedgoat Bike
    Red Barn Cycles
    Mtn. High Cyclery
    Balle Racing

    Others I have used without issues:

    Cambria Bikes
    Performance Bikes
    Blue Sky Cycling
    Green Fish Sports

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    A lot of places will price match, so shop around for the best price (use google, etc). I usually do that and then try to get it all from one place. Price point has been good on price matching and having most things for me. But, there are lots of options out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaddSquirrel
    Speedgoat Bike
    Performance Bikes
    These are the two I use. The goat has great sale and closeout deals and fast shipping. Pretty good prices on tires IIRC. Points accumulate w/ Performance membership add up at a nice rate. If you start by buying something fairly expense you may haggle in a free membership, else you have to pay. Regarless that sales points will go on immediately. In my case I bought a bike (haggled $) and walked out w/ $150 worth of stuff, w/ some leftover points. I would NOT take your bike there to get it worked on though

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    Thanx again guys, I done some look'n around last nite but had to crash out, gonna be all over it this weekend tho.

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    Uhhh... your local bike shop?

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    treefortbikes.com

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    Uhhh...Dont have a local bike shop, guess that explains the post huh ?

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    +1 for tree fort

    I have also used
    cambriabike.com
    universalcycles.com
    rei.com

    All with no problems!

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    Nobody mentioned Nashbar?
    Flying the HiFi...Clyde style.


    SOMEBODY I LOVE NEEDS A HEART!

    I AM AN ORGAN DONOR, ARE YOU?

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    online parts

    I just ordered parts 2 weeks ago from Art's Cyclery, Colorado Cyclist, and Performance.
    Colorado Cyclist built me a custom wheel and got it to my house in 4 days.
    Art's Cyclery had great prices and shipped for free to my house in 4 days.
    Performance had good closeout pricing, but took over 2 weeks to ship to me- which is lame.
    I'll shop with Art's again for sure..

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