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Old 01-23-08, 01:10 PM   #1
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Vredestein Fortezza Tri Comp

Im looking for these in orange and having a bit of a hard time find a place that both has the orange ones in stock and also doesnt have a high price.
Anyone know of a cheap source for em?
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Old 01-23-08, 01:16 PM   #2
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http://www.amazon.com/Vredestein-For...1115711&sr=1-5

$50. Ive seen higher and lower prices
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Ive seen some in the low 40s. Some in the mid 30s but out of stock.
Thought someone might have found a place with cheap+in-stock.
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http://biketiresdirect.com/productdetail.asp?p=VR4FO

click that link about not seeing the color you want and they will email you when they become available.
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Thanks..i didnt see that link.
I sent that. Im sure theyll spam my ass with all sorts of sale crap now....
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i get mine for 36 bucks. when i get home, i'll dig up the receipts and figure out where they come from. right now, all of the names are blurring together.
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The best prices for that tire is about $36. Availability of a particular color is the real issue. Don't give up- its an awesome tire.
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Yeah i really want that tire.
Visitor, thanks, i'd appreciate it.
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