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    Kona Frame Question

    I was just looking on the Kona site and saw they have a frame shop and a replacement frame shop. Just wondering if there was any differences betweem the two of them??

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    ... as far as I know...

    The frame shop is their "high end" area - where their bikes that are only available as framesets are located. The "replacement frames" area has the frames of bikes that you can buy as complete bikes.

    That's my understanding anyway...
    MG

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    Quote Originally Posted by FisherKid
    I was just looking on the Kona site and saw they have a frame shop and a replacement frame shop. Just wondering if there was any differences betweem the two of them??
    Frame shop is their frames that they sell individually, which is generally their top of the line frames. Replacement frames shop is where you can get a new frame to replace a damaged or broken (that doesn't fall under warranty) frame. This way you don't have to buy a whole new bike! At least that was the way it was explained to me

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