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    Iowa City, Iowa / Island Park, Idaho
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    Lemond Alpe d'Huez, 03 Gary Fisher Tassjara, Quattro Assi Scandium
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    Build Evauation, How Does This Sound

    Well I'm looking to start doing some touring, I already have alot of bikes and am expierenced with rebuilds and build ups. I have a rather limited budget but am willing to spend money where necersarry and like to think I know what I'm doing enough to build something nice. Heres the story my dad has an old bike that he dosent use anymore, had it in college and has since replaced it. The other parts have been gradually aquired over time through the usual methods ebay, trades digging through boxes in the back of the shop. Anyway I know these threads must get old but how does this sound.

    Frame: Schwinn Voyaguer 11.8 (has 17" stays and braze-ons on both front and rear dropouts)
    Head set: Stock
    Seat post: Stock Sugino or Sakae
    Stem: One of the alloy stems I have around
    Bars: Alloy randonees off a Super Le Tour
    Bar Tape: Nashbar natural cork
    Brake levers: Shimano Aero
    Brake Calipers: Dia Comp centerpulls
    Wheels: 700c Gold 32 hole Arayas on suzue hubs
    Cranks: Sugino triple
    Freewheel: Shimano 600 sealed bearing 13-32
    Rear Derailluer: Suntour XC
    Front: Low end Shimano MTB
    Shifters: NOS Schwinn Approved bar ends (Same as Suntours)
    Saddle: Brooks B15N
    Tires: Schwinn Super Records 28c (when they wear out I will be getting Panracer paselas)
    Front rack: Nashbar housebrand
    Rear rack: Blackburn Expedition
    Bags: Nashbar frame bag, Handle bar bag, and under seat bag. Still need panniers
    Pump: Topeak frame fit
    Road: Quattro Assi Scandium w/ SRAM Rival and Rolf Echelon's
    Mountain: 2005 Specialized Enduro Comp
    2003 Gary Fisher Tassajara

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    Sounds ok. I'd look for a cassette and newer rear hub if you can afford it-- a much better choice than an older freewheel set up. A threadless headset and fork wouldn't be bad idea as well.

    But if you don't have any money for upgrades-- you bike will still work just fine. The important thing is to just get out there and ride.

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