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Old 03-19-10, 10:31 AM   #1
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Pics of my 7.2 FX

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Trek 7.2 FX (2009)
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Nice pics,is the cyclemeter made to be mounted on the stem?
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The instructions came with suggestions including how to mount it on the stem. So, yes?

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That is pretty. And a very nice color. Nice bike!
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Nice looking bike. I have considered pulling the trigger on one of these for the wife. Been one on sale on CL here for some time at a good price.
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Nice!! But, need to see a profile pic of right-side of bike showing drivetrain.
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Nice - now, go slip a pic of it into the "Pictures of Your Hybrids" string for ease of looking, and posterity.
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Nice pics,is the cyclemeter made to be mounted on the stem?
Cateye gives you the option of mounting on the bars or the stem. The mount is big enough for either.
I was very happy with this as there is very little straight bar area on my handlebars.
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