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Old 06-20-12, 08:53 AM   #1
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Where is a Leader 722TS geometry chart!

Like the title says. I'm looking for the frame chart for the Leader 722TS and can not find it. I have searched everywhere.
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I literally think I'm the only one who has it.

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when i was googling for it a while ago the only results that actually had the info were posts of yours on BF, lol
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Thanks...I knew I wasn't going crazy. Now to decide if City Grounds overweight charge is worth it.
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shipping was $46 to NYC, considering the frame was originally $300 i think its still worth it
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I literally think I'm the only one who has it.
So how did you get it? It's a pretty big turn off that Leader doesn't have this information on their site.
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It was on Leader's site when the 722TS first came out.
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shipping was $46 to NYC, considering the frame was originally $300 i think its still worth it
I'm a shipping and receiving manager for the company I work for. A company that ships regularly and has a shipping account gets discounted rates. I just shipped a complete bike to Florida, ups ground shipping for $15. So when I see the rates these companies charge...even though its supposed to be free over $75 I think...it turns me off.
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E-mail CityGrounds and complain.
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I'm a shipping and receiving manager for the company I work for. A company that ships regularly and has a shipping account gets discounted rates. I just shipped a complete bike to Florida, ups ground shipping for $15. So when I see the rates these companies charge...even though its supposed to be free over $75 I think...it turns me off.

So you get paid a $0 a year salary as a shipping/receiving manager? And all that shipping and packing material costs $0 as well? And the worker who packed the items makes $0 a year as well? And the rent for storing the items you sell in a warehouse is $0?

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what about the 61cm?
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So you get paid a $0 a year salary as a shipping/receiving manager? And all that shipping and packing material costs $0 as well? And the worker who packed the items makes $0 a year as well? And the rent for storing the items you sell in a warehouse is $0?

its a shipping charge.
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So you get paid a $0 a year salary as a shipping/receiving manager? And all that shipping and packing material costs $0 as well? And the worker who packed the items makes $0 a year as well? And the rent for storing the items you sell in a warehouse is $0?
It's bad practice to up shipping to make money...and that would be shipping and HANDLING charge. It doesn't cost $35+ to put a label on an item that is already boxed and is not being put in an additional box...that would be like 3+ hours of wages for some people. They are calling it an overweight/oversized charge...the box will be 7-8lbs max and is not that big. I'd rather you have the item cost a bit more, then to shove shipping charges at me to make money...when it says free.
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I don't know what kind of uber-spectacular magic unicorn shipping account you have but as someone who also ships things all over the world every day, I can't see how you shipped a complete bike for 15 bucks.
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Errrrr for the record, leader supplies the boxes for all their bikes; right down to the fork.... citygrounds ships them in leader boxes and a mishmash of varying packing material; the fork is in a leader box in a leader box... hint: the blue one

ALSO, if you're in the socal area and willing, citygrounds offers in store pick up for online ordered items.
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I don't know what kind of uber-spectacular magic unicorn shipping account you have but as someone who also ships things all over the world every day, I can't see how you shipped a complete bike for 15 bucks.
Sorry, just checked and it was $22. We use UPS and our account gets rated on weight...meaning it doesn't matter what size the box is. It was also a heavy bike and I believe the box weighed around 40-44lbs.

I work for Ferguson Enterprises by the way and it is the biggest wholesale plumbing company in the US.

Anyway...enough with this. All I wanted was the geometry chart. Thank you Scrod
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No prob.

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