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    bike fit

    has anyone goten a bike fit done
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    yes.
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    Yeah, me too.

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    Someone has.
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    what did you all think of it was it worth it..
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    I'm sorry, what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLEKID5 View Post
    what did you all think of it was it worth it..
    Its worth it if you have no idea what your doing, if your trying to eek out the last bit of performance or if you have a fit issue that you cannot work out yourself. If you trying to determine what size frame you should be on, no.

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    thanks ,was thinking it would be a good idea on the ss
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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLEKID5 View Post
    thanks was thinking it would be a good idea on the ss
    What was thanks thinking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLEKID5 View Post
    thanks ,was thinking it would be a good idea on the ss
    It would probably be hard to get someone knowledgeable enough about mountain biking and how those bikes should fit. Then make it harder to get someone who knows how a SSers bike should fit. I think people are trying to tell you not to bother. Use the money on beer or different stem/handlebar choices. That way you can find what works for yourself.

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