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    Specialized P.2 CR-MO

    Is this bike worth getting or should i get a diff. one any suggestions if so?

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    it's a great bike. parts spec is decent, first thing i'd change is the rims though. apparently they fold easy. but for the price, it's a great bike. i'm riding an 06 custom build.

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    The only thing i have found out that is making me wonder is people say the crank is not very reliable and you need to constantly tighten it. But i dont know any other good brands to look for

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    I have a P1, with the lowest end truvativ crank you can buy on it, it came stock on the bike, after 1 year of urban, and riding at Rays MTB, its still going strong, i bought a saint crank to replace it when it broke.....the saint is still in the box.
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    Well i think thats what i will do because i have been a long time supporter of specialized and i always thought the Truvativ company was good but out of every part they make i guess one can be defective or a little weird

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