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    2007 chumba info

    Hey just wondering when Chumba will update website with the 2007 info, ie buildkit and pricing info? Are there any online retailers that have this info up yet?

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    check this link..

    http://uintabicycles.com/_wsn/page3.html

    this is what I have from Chumba from earlier this year...ie may be subject to some change.

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    wheels

    just got word from Chumba that wheels may actually be DT swiss.

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    We will also be offering a CHUMBA wheelset. It will be a 20mm hub that is convertible to a 10mm axle, and a 10mm rear axle. I'll post some pics of them when we get them in.
    Simple | Proven | Reliable

    http://chumbaracing.blogspot.com/

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    Shameless Plug

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    but includes a standard build option....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHUMBAevo
    We will also be offering a CHUMBA wheelset. It will be a 20mm hub that is convertible to a 10mm axle, and a 10mm rear axle. I'll post some pics of them when we get them in.
    The front hub should be convertible to a 9mm axle. That's the standard size for the front. Is there a 5mm QR option too?

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    Ouch!

    Quote Originally Posted by PlushRides
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    but includes a standard build option....
    Man, I thought us Canadians had it rough when it comes to buying a mountainbike. I would be riding a sp rigid down under.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlushRides
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    but includes a standard build option....
    I know you guys are an island but man is that ever expensive, US$4,594.78 is what that works out to. Do you guys have a hefty import duty like we Canadians do? Ours is 15% per bike assembled outside of the country. So I guess this means I can't complain about the price of bike parts in Canada anymore. thanx for providing the silver lining to my dark cloud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walrasian
    I know you guys are an island but man is that ever expensive, US$4,594.78 is what that works out to. Do you guys have a hefty import duty like we Canadians do? Ours is 15% per bike assembled outside of the country. So I guess this means I can't complain about the price of bike parts in Canada anymore. thanx for providing the silver lining to my dark cloud.
    Only 15%? its almost worth the winter. No, down here we get import taxes plus have to put 10% on all items, as we have Goods and Services Taxes (GST). If you do a comparison between what you have to pay for other "nice" brands down here vs. a CHUMBA I think you would see that we offer very good prices, no mercedes for us.... .

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlushRides
    Only 15%? its almost worth the winter. No, down here we get import taxes plus have to put 10% on all items, as we have Goods and Services Taxes (GST). If you do a comparison between what you have to pay for other "nice" brands down here vs. a CHUMBA I think you would see that we offer very good prices, no mercedes for us.... .
    Wasn't implying that the chumba was expensive, just that everything in Australia is expensive . In Canada we don't include taxes in the price because it is a consumer cost, but we include duties because they are a producer/seller cost. Maybe that is the difference?
    BTW our GST is 6% and we also have a provincial sales tax as well. In my province total sales tax is 14%. Maybe that could be the silver lining to your gray cloud.......or that you have beautiful weather and koala bears..........

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