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    Money, Money, Money

    I'm relatively new to the whole freeriding thing, I've been riding cross country, until I started to enjoy a more jumpy side of riding. Anyway, I've been looking for a new bike, and have my eyes on one in particular - the 2005 Gary Fisher Kingfisher2- http://www.fisherbikes.com/bikes/bik...ke=Kingfisher2
    The stats look great, but the only thing missing is the price. Does anyone know the price of this, pounds if possible, because it is nowhere on the Internet. Thanks a lot

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    MSRP is listed on that link you gave... $2639.99

    looks like a nice bike though, another one to add to the list of 05 bikes to look at for my FR purchase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikered
    The stats look great, but the only thing missing is the price. Does anyone know the price of this, pounds if possible, because it is nowhere on the Internet. Thanks a lot
    The website lists the price as $2639.99. I can't say much about weight except I think it'll be in the 40+ range, but i may be wrong

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    i dont konw if the info is wrong or what on the spec sheet of the king, but it states that the rear wheel is also 20mm thru axle. I thougt it was either 10mm or 12mm for the rear axles

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    1463 pounds. looks like a decent bike. i would expect it to be in the forty pound range.

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    Thanks a lot. Little bit out of my range. Better start looking again!

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    specialized p2. i pick mine up sat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockTheGeek
    i dont konw if the info is wrong or what on the spec sheet of the king, but it states that the rear wheel is also 20mm thru axle. I thougt it was either 10mm or 12mm for the rear axles
    My bro had a custom fraame done and he got a 20 mm on it. He had some problems with the hub though.
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