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    Look at this -- $99 hardtail frames on eBay

    Check this out -- $99 hardtail frames on eBay by "Leader Bikes":

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...671229383&rd=1

    Anybody know if these frames are any good? I'm very skeptical. How good can a frame be for $99?

    But hell...at that price if it's even "decent" it would make a good second bike.

    Thx...Doug

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    would be nice if they told you the weight.

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    How can standover height be N/A?

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    Search the SS board, Some guy built one for his GF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgangi
    Check this out -- $99 hardtail frames on eBay by "Leader Bikes":

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...671229383&rd=1

    Anybody know if these frames are any good? I'm very skeptical. How good can a frame be for $99?

    But hell...at that price if it's even "decent" it would make a good second bike.

    Thx...Doug
    Pricepoint sells them too I think. Also, search on Yahoo or something, they do have a website with a few different models. I almost got one, but the cheap ones on ebay aren't the model of theres that I wanted.
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    Turns out that five years of not mountain biking, really makes one strive to get back to it.

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    dude check the reviews here on RBR

    just do a product search for leader. i think they have 10 reviews.

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    A bunch of crooks

    I bought a Leader Road bike package. The frame was shipped with a dented head tube, so the Integrated headset bearings would fit. After spending 3 months trying to contact and work with them to get a replacement. They told me it was my fault and would be happy to sell me another.
    If you got no problems right off the bat it might not be bad, I just hope you never have to try and deal with them again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredł
    How can standover height be N/A?
    It's a frame.

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    Just a frame doesn' t mean they can't figure out the s/o given a standard 26" wheel.

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    That is pretty damning.

    Quote Originally Posted by ren-man75
    I bought a Leader Road bike package. The frame was shipped with a dented head tube, so the Integrated headset bearings would fit. After spending 3 months trying to contact and work with them to get a replacement. They told me it was my fault and would be happy to sell me another.
    If you got no problems right off the bat it might not be bad, I just hope you never have to try and deal with them again.
    My deal went perfect. The frame is very well finished and light. They have a website with a little more info on the frames.
    http://www.leaderbikeusa.com/

    Danny

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