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Old 03-09-12, 12:05 PM   #1
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Gary Fisher Rig 2007-2008 G2 fork???

So I won a GF Rig Genesis SS on eBay today, its either a 2007-2008. I didn't pay for it yet because I am not sure if it will need a G2 compatible fork or not. I rather not deal with it if it needs a G2 because its a pain as I have a GF/Trek Marlin with G2 only. Does anyone know if this bike needs a G2 fork???? Any info would be great.
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I think that before anyone gives you advice, you should pay for the item you agreed to purchase. When the auction ends, or when you hit "buy it now", you're agreeing to purchase the item. People like you make selling things on ebay a major pain in the ass.
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You should have looked into this before you bid on it. You bought it, pay for it.
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I think that before anyone gives you advice, you should pay for the item you agreed to purchase. When the auction ends, or when you hit "buy it now", you're agreeing to purchase the item. People like you make selling things on ebay a major pain in the ass.
I paid for it, calm down. The seller told me I could find out the info first prior to paying for it but I found out the info and its en route. Thanks noob.
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^Wow, you can read a signature. Congrats brah
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At least I can read a question when it's presented to me...go do something productive if your going to BS my thread. I don't have a 100% eBay rating for nothing BRAH
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I'd be curious to see how many questions you've answered for people in your time here. You only get what you give, & what you gave was very little information to go on (in reference to the situation of the auction, that is)
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I'd be curious to see how many questions you've answered for people in your time here. You only get what you give, & what you gave was very little information to go on (in reference to the situation of the auction, that is)
Yeah but the auction has nothing to do with the question. I didn't feel it neccesary to indulge on the entire story between buyer/seller prior to asking the question. It's fine, I am just messing around as I am sure you are as well, no worries my friend, happy riding!
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Yeah but the auction has nothing to do with the question. I didn't feel it neccesary to indulge on the entire story between buyer/seller prior to asking the question. It's fine, I am just messing around as I am sure you are as well, no worries my friend, happy riding!
Touche! And sorry I'm of no use in answering your actual question, glad you got it figured out though.

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