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    2005 Gary Fisher Opie...what to do

    So I've got this GF Opie roller hanging around my apartment, and I mean roller by the fact that it has two wheels, handlebars and a seat. Everything else you could think of has been removed and trashed. Now if you were to have an Opie frame laying around, would it be worth it to throw some decent parts on it maybe a 1x9 drive some disc brakes and some other goodies..... Or just craigslist the roller for $75 bucks!
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    I would build it up, that was a cool bike.

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    That's 2006 Model Year. Usually full maintenance is the best and only thing you need. You can combine that with some drivetrain upgrades (cassette and rear mech), grips and saddle.

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