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Old 05-03-07, 03:58 PM
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thermo
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I emailed flatlandfuel and they said it comes partially assembled. The stuff I would have to do would be to install the front wheel (can't be that hard, I've done stuff like that before), put on the pedals (shouldn't be hard either), pegs (the easiest thing to do on a bike), handlebars (that may or may not be hard), and the brake cable(s?). The brakes would probably be the hardest.

If I buy the bike, I'll probably take a look at it, and if it looks too hard to assemble by myself I'll just take it into a shop and pay them to do it for me.
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