Old 05-21-05, 09:34 PM
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I don't mean to be picky, but I doubt lifetime "repairs" is quite accurate; more likely, it's lifetime maintenance, meaning regular tune-ups. Repairs, as in you break something or need to replace a chain, are still going to cost you (outside of warranty). Still, the lifetime tune-ups can be a pretty good deal, depending on how much you ride. I got the same deal with my bike and find that a tune-up every 1000 miles pretty much keeps me rolling smoothly. Of course, I do regular cleaning/lubing in between. And, the fact that the tune-ups are already paid for means you'll be more likely to have them done.
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