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    My lbs is offering 20% off on all 2003 models. They have a nice P.2 there that would end up being about $550, is that a good deal? It llooks like a killer bike, and that was about the price I was looking at to finish my frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghr7891
    My lbs is offering 20% off on all 2003 models. They have a nice P.2 there that would end up being about $550, is that a good deal? It llooks like a killer bike, and that was about the price I was looking at to finish my frame.
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    very good deal!!! you cant find nothing like that in 719 i am suprized their is evan a new 03 p left on the planet. athough the 04 has a longer top tube wiych is better for jibin it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghr7891
    My lbs is offering 20% off on all 2003 models. They have a nice P.2 there that would end up being about $550, is that a good deal? It llooks like a killer bike, and that was about the price I was looking at to finish my frame.
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    An 03? for $550 with 20% already taken off? I could see that for an 04, but that's what the 03 P2 was going for at my lbs brand new at the beginning of the season....then again freeriding stuff isn't super huge at that lbs as they currently have 1 04 p1, 04 p2, 04 bighit comp, but surprisingly they have 3 04 trek diesels complete for 3K...so i dunno...

    i bet you could find a used one online for like $450-500 with an upgraded fork.
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    I know I could probably pick one up for less, but then I wont get the year of free service and tune-ups

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghr7891
    I know I could probably pick one up for less, but then I wont get the year of free service and tune-ups
    You can never turn down free tuneups Post some porno pics when you get it, lol.
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    Yeah, I hope my LBS has a lay-away program because it will be at least a month before I can get that much money together. I think I may be able to put a deposit on it, that would suck to save up the money and have someone buy my bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghr7891
    Yeah, I hope my LBS has a lay-away program because it will be at least a month before I can get that much money together. I think I may be able to put a deposit on it, that would suck to save up the money and have someone buy my bike.
    They should, most layaways are 90days too so you'd have more than a month. As long as the people at your lbs are cool they should probably give you a longer time as long as you keep giving regular payments. How old are you? I'm only 15 and find that by saving my lunch money from school I can easily double my weekly income. So if i feel like saving money I get a whole $30 a week, lol.
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    I am 16, and I am pretty desperate for money. I walk my neighbors dog for $50 a week (they decided upon the price ) and I sell old junk on ebay, so I figure that and any odd-jobs I can find will give me enough in about a month. Also I am a "large" (5'9" 226lbs. a lot of its muscle from rugby traing though) rider so I usually dont have the will-power to skip lunch (which I bring, anyway)

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