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Old 10-28-20, 01:02 AM
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bikeme
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That's a lot to change--and a lot of money to do so--if you can even get things to fit. Most new components aren't compatible with that old of bike (you'd need disc brake bosses; bolt-on ones are hokey, newer cassettes won't fit that axle spacing, etc. ). You should put that money towards a new bike. You'll get better geometry, technology, efficiency, value. Especially the latter, as bike companies get bulk pricing on OEM components. Sadly, you're at the point where only option is to replace the aging stuff with like items or buy a new or newer-used bike.
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