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    What did you pay for your 2005 Stumpjumper Expert 120?

    I'm very close to purchasing one and wanted to know what other people have gotten theres for so I can try and negotiate myself a fair price. If you live in Southern California please let me know where you got yours too..

    thanks!

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    I employee purchased mine, the price was so low I don't feel i should even post it.

    I think we are selling them for 2499 though. It's a pretty hot bike, so I wouldn't expect many deals on them.

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    Yea I wouldnt discuss EP prices. They usually run for about $2600 but talk to your shop about throwing in some extra stuff. If you become good friends with your shop, it will lead to good deals.
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    Paid 2160.00 plus tax for mine. Didn't even haggle, but I had bought two bikes from the shop previously. Would be curious to know what endurowanker paid tho'...
    It's a Sledgehammer...

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    Thanks

    I appreciate the replys. My local stores have them for about $2300.

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    There asking about $2400 in phx-

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    I got mine for around $2250 US ($2750 CDN) here in Canada but the Canadian version might differ in the specs a little bit (I don't know if that affects the price though).

    Pedro

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    2395 in seattle...Out the door..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobG
    Didn't even haggle, but I had bought two bikes from the shop previously.
    See becoming friends with you LBS can lead to good deals. Just everytime you stop in just be friendly. They are always there to help.
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    $2300 is a good deal.

    My shop pays 20% of our EPs after two years, 30% after 3, 40% after 4, up to 50%(trying to keep emplyees around). Shop employees do that math on your S-Works EP!!! What a cool owner/GM I have.

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    $2400.00 from Open Air Bicycles in Ventura, and I think the list price on Specialized web site was $2600.00 That's the same price the local Supergo was charging, but I know I wouldn't have gotten the service and attention I got at Open Air.
    Great guys there, spent close to 2 hours fitting me to the bike, and setting up the suspention when I picked it up, and I figure that is more than worth whatever I may have saved by shopping round and grinding them on price.

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