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    need parts for it

    http://images.andale.com/f2/116/106/...arrensBike.JPG need parts for it/well i want a 26" front&rear rimbs, 21 speed acura rear & front derailer, 21speed simano gripshift . and yes it does have a 20" front rimb well do u have any parts
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    Yea???????????????? Well.............................what....do.....you.....need......it.....looks.....like.....it....ha s.....a..20".....front wheel and a 26"
    rear wheel...........the picture is too small to even see the brand of the bike......even though it looks like a cannondale. So are you trying to be dumb again or are you going to tell us what you want:confused:

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    hahaha. Oh man. You are killing me today.

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    hey klein so do u have any parts

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    First off, change the 20" front wheel to a 26" wheel. The geometry on that bike right now is so screwd up i wouldt dare take it out of my front yard. You can pick up a nice used XT wheelset on eBay for under $100.

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    better

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    Get a new wheelset, one that you can hang onto when you change bikes. Then ride that bike until it dies in a few years. By then, you should beable to buy a more trail worthy bike you can really drop some cash into.

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    O sweet bike dude.......

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    cant ride it any more the every thing on the handle bars is smashed and the derailer is smashed to the chain is bent i need parts to fix it could help joe

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    Maybe goto a garage sale and pick up a junker, you can use parts off that to fix this bike, a $150 budget really isnt that much for a bike... You may be better off purchasing a new to you used bike, and start over. *shrug*

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    As mentioned above, look for a decent used bike. That looks like a Mongoose D40R. Aren't those Ballistic front forks? It was sold at Wal-Mart for about 100-150 bucks new. It's not worth putting any more money into. Steel frame and HEAVY. Just my opinion.
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    Servus!

    Klein - give the kid a break, will ya? We all started off small.
    Figured I would come back to RF cause I don't get enough ***** about being overweight anywhere else...

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    Originally posted by Ranger Jake
    Servus!

    Klein - give the kid a break, will ya? We all started off small.
    small.................................wheel
    i won't deny it i'm a straight ridah

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    hahahahahah

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    a friend of mine have exactly the same frame.

    He buy the complete bike for $100us dollars. its a ugly mongoose too and its a piece of ****.

    My sugestion is dont invest in that bike. buy a new one. now Wal Mart have other mongoos but little better fo $ 150 (i atach the image).

    But better dont buy those mongooses. go for a better bike

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    The front brakes look a little scary.

    The guy who went crazy with the spray can deserves a spanking.

    Look for the person the bike was stolen from, get the $15.00 reward and build from there.

    Good luck.

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    Do Gypsies live in that tent?

    Let the guy with the Quest van know the company is going down the tubes.

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    PTerman

    It's sad, but true

    Your bike is doo-doo

    I ride a doo-doo bike from time to time, but the only parts I added were strips of duct tape. Don't waste your money, friend. Start from scratch.

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