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Old 03-25-11, 12:29 PM
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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
Take pictures from the drive side. Peugeot brochures are on line. Carbolite 103 is the tubing, not the model, and was used in the entry level Peugeot bikes.

As far as fixie, its really hard to beat one of those brand new Bike Direct models for less than $300. It will cost you that much to convert this bike. By buying the BD bike instead, you can either keep this one (N+1) or sell it to finance the BD bike.

+1 P8.
What he says. ^
I.e., convert this one and you'll spend a lot of money and end up with a real heavy fixie.
(As-is though, it is a pretty decent riding geared bike.)
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