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Old 11-22-10, 12:33 PM   #1
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Replacing a Tricross frame with a Pake C'mute frame


I have a 2010 Specialized Tricross that's a little small for me (54cm) and I'm replacing that frame with a slightly larger Pake C'mute frame and just moving all the components over. So, I have some questions.

1) Does anyone know what's weight delta here? I assume that the Pake C'mute frame will be heavier than the Tricross, but does anyone know how much? (I can't find any weight data on the Pake, but I'm assuming it's as heavy as the Crosscheck - 56cm = 4.88 lbs / 2.2 kg) Fork - uncut = 2.19 lbs / .99 kg)

2) I'll be selling the Tricross frame and fork afterwards, how much approximately I should ask for it?

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