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    Upset Airborne / Oakley Discount Codes

    New poster / NOT SPAM / Dont delete my thread OU Just because i dont live on the thread and have 668 posts does not mean this is irrelevant to the community and this thread.

    Not sure of any expiration or other limitations.

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    Enter code at bottom of shopping basket

    Acc45 / 45% off any accessory / includes Oakley
    Frame300 / $300 off any frame >$1000
    Frame700 / $700 off any frame >$1700
    Bike700 / $700 off any bike >$2500
    Bike1000 / $1000 off any bike >$3500

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    Sorry I donít live on the forum, but I have gotten great information from MTBR without being a participant. I had something that I thought would be of value so I registered and posted. Iím not looking for a chorus of thanks but I was not looking to be chastised and erased from existance either.

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    i thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by racetdf
    Sorry I donít live on the forum, but I have gotten great information from MTBR without being a participant. I had something that I thought would be of value so I registered and posted. Iím not looking for a chorus of thanks but I was not looking to be chastised and erased from existance either.
    screw the grump who posted earlier. i thank you!


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    Dang...where were these codes 2 months ago when I purchased my Airborne HT frame? Oh well, I got a great deal on it and I freakin' LOVE the bike. It's gonna be a great racer at only 23-24 lbs. It fits me perfectly and I would have no problem buying another one or recommending one.

    There's gotta be someone looking for a cheap HT for racing that can use these codes.

    Good post!
    Why would I need more than one gear?
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    Oops.
    Last edited by EMT; 03-04-2005 at 10:26 AM.
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    Thanks for the codes.

    Just picked up Ti SP for $44, Ti Bar Ends for $38.
    Shipping was a little rich but the 45% off makes up for it.

    check the clearance hanger http://www.airborne.net/eready/janet.../clearance.asp

    Alloy MTB frames for 150??!!! Anyone have any experiance with these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSYLO69
    Thanks for the codes.

    Just picked up Ti SP for $44, Ti Bar Ends for $38.
    Shipping was a little rich but the 45% off makes up for it.

    check the clearance hanger http://www.airborne.net/eready/janet.../clearance.asp

    Alloy MTB frames for 150??!!! Anyone have any experiance with these?

    I have the Aluminum Liberator frame by Airborne and I love it. It's superlight, stiff and it's gonna be one hell of a racer this year. Built up it's in the 23-24 lbs. range. It was my only bike for about 2 months and I can't say enough about it. The only 'bad' thing I've found is that the clear coat on it sucks. It scratches easily but just put a fresh clear coat on it b/4 you build it up and it'll be fine. I've never ridden the frames that Nashbar or SuperHo has for the same price or lower, but I'd recommend this frame in a heartbeat. I think it's a better buy than any of those frames.

    Anyway, here's a link that has a pic of mine.
    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=68654
    I no longer have the disc brakes on it as those are on the Burner now. I have a superlight set of Mavic 517's with XT hubs and Avid V's on there.

    And the Customer Service has been incredible!
    Why would I need more than one gear?
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    Aarrgh. The mediums are gone.
    Would've loved to built up a nice h/t.

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    could it be built up as a ss?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boss_K
    could it be built up as a ss?

    I don't see why not. I don't know much about the SS world but I think you'd have to get one of those converter thingy's. Mine will probably be a SS this time next year.
    Why would I need more than one gear?
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    Sweet

    https://www.airborne.net/eready/jane...C-frame-xl.jpg

    No options to build into a complete bike though

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