At that price it has to be a chinese frame FWIW and likely a bit on the
stiff side but not clearly so. There is a small chance the head tube and
fork threaded tube may be mismatched, if the fork is a bit long spacers
will do the job, if too short you will need a new fork. It is almost a
certainty that everything else will just be a bolt on R&R. Nashbar is
good to deal with and will stand behind their products so if something
like what happened to the OP at
happens you will have some recourse. Chinese metallurgy can be
spotty, but Nashbar presumably has done a bit of homework here.
In theory you might have to face the BB and headtube, and there is
a small chance you would have to replace instead of just clean the
headset, but most likely you just build the frame up. You might ask
the techrep at Nashbar about whether the frame is faced or not,
for $110, it might not be. This might add $20-40 to the cost for an
LBS to face the frame.
One other thought, not sure the vintage of your Raleigh, but brakes
went through a change in mounting methods 12-15yrs ago and brakes
made for earlier frames sometimes don't fit newer frames. Since you
will likely use the same fork, this won't matter in the front and likely
will be ok in the rear.