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    any good fullys for under $800?

    I'm looking for a bike for a friend. He's never been into bikes before so he doesn't want to spend a whole lot of money in case he doesn't like it. He wants a trail bike 4 or 5 inches. I was thinking of the specialized fsr. Any other suggestions? Thanks guys

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    Do you live near a Supergo?
    They are clearing out alot of 04 rides for around 800-900.
    Nice stuff too, like a K2 Tirade for $800 or the XC racer K2 Razorback for around the same price.
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    Tell him to look at Ibex. The Ignition-2 is a nice bike for the price.

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    Check out some Jamis bikes.

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    yeah, them too... forgot they had some cheaper bikes.

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