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Old 10-13-06, 09:32 PM   #1
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Juicy 7's for $238!

Cambria has Juicy Sevens on sale for $140 and then another 15% off of that. Assuming you can put the sale price and the 15% off together, and if I did my math correctly, that is $238 for a set.
I'm thinking this is good deal. I thought about waiting for the Juicy Ultimates, but they will be going for at least $100 more than that, if not double.
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Old 10-13-06, 09:35 PM   #2
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someone on ebay is selling for $210 shipped. the seller states that winner gets the rotors too.
used but in picture it's in very good condition. if i remember correctly... he says that the juicy7 that he's selling was his spare for training.
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Old 10-13-06, 09:46 PM   #3
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if i remember correctly... he says that the juicy7 that he's selling was his spare for training.
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God don't you just hate people like that. I mean if Juicy 7s are his spare what are his regular brakes.
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God don't you just hate people like that. I mean if Juicy 7s are his spare what are his regular brakes.
I guess he has better brakes? Which would be what? I am just getting back into mountain biking and according to what I have heard/read, Juicy 7s are arguably one of the best that is out there.
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brembo?
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I think that it is a kick ass deal. Thats like how much for one up here.
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i really really wanted to get it, but i just couldn't fork out $210 and my style of riding doesn't require that kind of seriously power
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Brembo!!!

Since when do they make bike brakes, are they acually any good. And how much do those suckers run?
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if you have a 320mm rotor...
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2001-...QQcmdZViewItem
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^^^^ Oh haha

One day I'll get some of those suckers and rig em up to by bike...one day
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you'll can probably bust a travis by doing a double flip when you tap on the brake
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I have 320mm rotors.
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you'll can probably bust a travis by doing a double flip when you tap on the brake
rofl
ahaha that was crazy!

I got to meet the kid about 4 years ago.
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