neptronix wrote:stinkler; you still interested?
Rear disc only, does not include the fork, but includes the headset and crown race.. $60 plus shipping, or if you can come to Colorado and pick it up in person, then great. But the frame is really light so shipping shouldn't cost too much $.
( or $90 with the fork )
I love this frame but i am switching to DS, and i have a larger version of it which fits me better anyway..
coldfusion594 wrote:Im interested in building a bike from scratch... is the fork you speak of actually good?
I may be interested in the frame because Trek makes a beastly frame, does anyone know of anyone that converted a hard tail into a full suspension bike? I am entertaining that thought because it may be cheaper
Another question, how much more money would have to be put in to make it an actual bike? in terms of tires, brakes, calipers etc.
just a ball park estimate at best.
If you're gonna cut up a bike and try to weld it into a poor man's dual suspension, spare this frame and get something steel to work with. You'll probably have much greater results.
o00scorpion00o wrote:That poor old trek served you well and gave you many electric smiles of E-Biking!
May she find a good home!
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