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    Seasonal Outfitters experiences?

    http://www2.seasonaloutfitters.com/default.aspx?p=1

    I checked out their website and was shocked by how competitive their prices are. They seem to be the lowest consistently on quite a number of the items they carry.

    Anyone have any experiences with them? They appear to be, without doubt, legit, judging by their ebay and amazon accounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varaxis View Post
    http://www2.seasonaloutfitters.com/default.aspx?p=1

    I checked out their website and was shocked by how competitive their prices are. They seem to be the lowest consistently on quite a number of the items they carry.

    Anyone have any experiences with them? They appear to be, without doubt, legit, judging by their ebay and amazon accounts.
    I bought a pair of Avid Elixr CR brakes from them on ebay. Was waiting for them to ship when they tell me the rear is out of stock. Long story short 2 days later brakes were hand delivered from their supplier who happen to be located a few miles from me. I Would buy from them again fo sho!

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    These guys are selling 2011 SRAM PG990 cassettes for just under $70! Same price as the lowest price one I could find on the 2010 models. I ordered one, but got a 11-32 instead of the 11-34 I wanted. Contacted them and Laura, their internet sales manager, shipped out the proper one with a return postage label with it. Great service, IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Varaxis View Post
    These guys are selling 2011 SRAM PG990 cassettes for just under $70! Same price as the lowest price one I could find on the 2010 models. I ordered one, but got a 11-32 instead of the 11-34 I wanted. Contacted them and Laura, their internet sales manager, shipped out the proper one with a return postage label with it. Great service, IMO.
    Good to hear

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    I bought an XX drivetrain

    I bought an XX drivetrain from them and got a good deal. I ordered over the phone to make sure the part #s were right and all was good. I would buy from them again.

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    Seems that it's mainly their SRAM offerings that are well priced.

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