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    newbie boobie.
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    SPAM: VooDoo SOBO / Avid Ultimates etc.

    Paid my dues to MTBR. Hopefully these parts can go to someone who really can use them. I haven't used them and it's a pity. Now, I need the cash...


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    6x7=Dont Panic!
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    What a shame! I wanted to see that bike finished. You keeping the pace fork?
    Herro prease

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    I know it sucks!!!

    But, the frame was a touch too small. It's an 18" and I needed just a little bit bigger.

    Keeping the Pace... I know you want it though!

    But, when I got it the dollar was a lot stronger, so I could actually make money on it now... but, it's going on the custom frame that's coming at the beginning of '05.
    It ain't easy being human.

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    if only you lived in Europe.... do you have a picture of the frame??

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    He might ship overseas. Last time I checked the Dollar/Euro rates were good. So good, to be worth shipping and duties, in some cases. VooDoo's rule, I need a 29" Scandium, and they're even making one, almost the way I want it, almost...
    Klok - XC - Skate - Ski

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    I'm not into all those tax-rules but something tells me that it's pretty expensive buying a frame in USA and sending it to europe or am I wrong???

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    If you put big stickers on it "Handle with Caution. Expensive new bicycle frame out of Scandium aircraft alloy, worth at least $1000", yes import duties will hurt. Shipping cost itself are not too bad, for a nice frame.
    Klok - XC - Skate - Ski

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    MK,
    shoot me an email. I think taxes are easily avoidable, especially if I suggest that the item is a gift. Or, that I am letting you borrow it. And, you lucky kids out in Euroland get to bask in the sunshine of Bush and the incredible shrinking dollar...

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