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Old 03-18-20, 11:30 PM
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Raiden
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Its a nice simple set of parts on that thing. I think the only thing that's going to be hard to replace quickly if needed is that front tire. The rear derailer is just one or two steps above junk, that's about the first part I'd replace/upgrade. The brakes are probably next, especially if you plan on putting any weight on the thing and DEFINITELY if you e-bike it. Also I'd bet the handlebars put the grips in a comfy riding position, but I find I have a heck of a time getting accessories to mount right on them, it all gets too crowded.
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