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Old 06-13-06, 12:40 PM
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FSA Full speed Ahead

My seat post and that part of my headset that holds the fork and handle bar are both FSA...

I was wondering IF FSA is any good. i has the SL200 (or some number) and i landed bad on the seat and bent the B!tch up... the lbs took it in and gave me a standard no name post and seat, so no pics of the bend... the lbs is checking if the seat post was part of the garantee...lol...
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Old 06-14-06, 01:50 AM
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FSA is a reputable manifacture of bike parts.
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Originally Posted by Ziemas
FSA is a reputable manifacture of bike parts.
Indeed they are. Of late, however, I'm beginning to question that reputation.
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Originally Posted by MERTON
yeah... they sold bottom brackets that break at one point.

https://www.sheldonbrown.com/fsabb.html
So has raceface, shimano and truvativ...jeez

They are a good components company, I have run many of their parts for several years now
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Originally Posted by Maelstrom
So has raceface, shimano and truvativ...jeez

They are a good components company, I have run many of their parts for several years now

i see your sig, about FSA lol
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