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Old 07-04-05, 08:55 PM   #1
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QBP catalog

This seems like a nice thing to have. Can I get one of these privately or do I have to own a business.

I think the descriptions and diagrams would be nice.
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Pretty sure you have to have an account, QBP doesn't sell to or deal with end-users. And the catalog's got all their dealer prices, not something they (or the dealers) really want out on the streets.
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I know a few vendors sell consumer catalogs, including QBP in the past. I'm not sure if they do now, but if you ask at your frequently patronized LBS, I'm sure they can answer that question and order one for you. There is usually a modest fee, usually under $10, and I agree...it is an invaluable source of information and specs.
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buy it at harris for $30
http://harriscyclery.net/site/itemde...=39&sort=Price
1100 pages, holy crap.
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buy it at harris for $30
http://harriscyclery.net/site/itemde...=39&sort=Price
1100 pages, holy crap.
Got my 2005 edition from a LBS that is a QBP dealer.....$20
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Pretty sure you have to have an account, QBP doesn't sell to or deal with end-users. And the catalog's got all their dealer prices, not something they (or the dealers) really want out on the streets.
Actually, there is a consumer edition with no prices.
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