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Old 12-01-15, 12:28 PM
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There are a few different sizes and styles of seat posts, handlebar stems, and etc. Plus, many lengths and angles on the stems.

If you really want to make a "cruiser", start with finding a frame you like. Next get wheels and tires to match your frame. Then build up from there.

Buying the bike one piece at a time gets expensive, but you also get finished product customized to your needs.
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