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    Turner on sale

    Nothing in stock but you can buy the frame. It looks like a 25% off sale at:

    http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/S...?Search=Turner

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    2009 and 2010 differences for the Spot?
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    We've got 09 DW Spots in stock and on sale for very similar pricing. Oh yah and they're located in the US. Can't believe we still have a few of these.

    To my knowledge the only difference btwn the 09 and 10 is the paint colors.
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    2010 has a fully-welded taco/seat tube junction and slightly different cable guides on the down tube.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwirider
    2010 has a fully-welded taco/seat tube junction and slightly different cable guides on the down tube.
    And the '09 has the polished rear triangle instead of the painted.

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    True

    Some people like the polished rear triangles better...

    We've still got a few 09's left, mostly complete bikes though, guess we'll have to discount them to keep up with Chainreactionary.

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    Rumors has it that Chainreactioncycles have bought the rest of UK importers 09 stock, to sell with a discount. Not any more than I would think you could get it for other places...CRC are just a bit more visible than other shops, globally :-)

    I wouldn't even consider getting a '10 if I could get a 09 with 25% off :-)

    Well, have to stick with the 08 Spot one more season...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen
    Rumors has it that Chainreactioncycles have bought the rest of UK importers 09 stock, to sell with a discount. Not any more than I would think you could get it for other places...CRC are just a bit more visible than other shops, globally :-)

    I wouldn't even consider getting a '10 if I could get a 09 with 25% off :-)

    Well, have to stick with the 08 Spot one more season...

    i guess these are bikes that silverfish told me were all up to date stock a month ago?

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    Merlin cycles also have frames at the same price

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    Darn, and free shipping to Germany ....

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    at home...

    Mine is already at home, bought on monday (Merlin Cycles), shipped on wensday, next monday morning at my door. It reached DPD depot in Gdansk on Friday night, but Merlin ships without saturday delivery option...

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    Fortunately I live just a short drive away from Merlin Cycles,and I had a day off work yesterday.

    So guess what I did next.............

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    Gazzer, name the size and color if you please .

    Ahh, FYI guys, Merlin has just great price for Cane Creek S8 headset. Nearly 50% off.

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    It's 25% off $2,900 + change. Works out to be $2,200 + change per the website.

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    I'll just warn you, I recently ordered a set of wheels from CRC. CRC charged my credit card for what was shown at checkout, however, my credit card company charged me a fee due to the foreign currency exchange process (from Sterling to US Dollars), which cost me an additional few percent on top of what was shown at checkout.

    I'd recommend calling Go-Ride instead to avoid possible extra charges on your CC statement later. Just my .02....
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    b-x40, that's nothing ! Spread due to currency exchange is quite obvious, funny (funny strange, not funny haha) things happen when you have double exchange (pounds > USD > local currency). Eg. you buy something in CRC (pounds sterling) using VISA (USD debited card) and you live in France (euro). For each currency exchange bank takes few percent extra. No wonder banks are first to revive after global crisis...

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    FAHQ, how about an XL '08 on sale.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by serhij
    Gazzer, name the size and color if you please .

    Ahh, FYI guys, Merlin has just great price for Cane Creek S8 headset. Nearly 50% off.

    Hi,I got a large (19") in white.

    Now fully built up,with 36 FLOAT's,Mavic Crossmax ST's,SLX,Thomsom,Easton,Hope M4's. Looks schweet! Roll on weekend,first ride beckons...

    No idea of the weight yet,but should weigh a lot less than its brother,an '06 RFX,which is equipped with 'Zocchi 66's,SLX,D/H spec wheels & tyres,Gravity Dropper,etc.That weighs in at 38lb!! Ideal bike for the French Alps & two weeks in Whistler last year.

    Gaz

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