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    Walmart upgraded Schwinn Aluminum Comp

    I added new forks,BB,cranks,pedals,brake levers,and used a2z adapter for rear disc using Shimano disc front and back.





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    Also wheels and tires.

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    No offense, but it's usually not cost effective to upgrade a lower end bike like that, especially if it's brand new. You get much better value for your money, plus generally a better frame, by simply buying a more expensive bike from the start.

    Are you planning on riding this off road?

    Are you a guy or a woman?

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    This was a 4 year old bike wife had she loved it so mush I just upgraded it didnt cost alot cheaper then buying new bike frame is pretty good she don't go off road just to work and bike paths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy74
    This was a 4 year old bike wife had she loved it so mush I just upgraded it didnt cost alot cheaper then buying new bike frame is pretty good she don't go off road just to work and bike paths.
    This all makes more sense now.

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