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Old 09-29-08, 11:28 AM   #1
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khs solo one for 550?

Hey I was looking for some insight on whether or not a khs solo one for 550 is a good deal. It is an older bike, 2007, at a LBS in new condition. It looks like the only wear is from sitting around the shop and being test ridden. I forgot whether or not if it is the SE model, but it is chromoly and it does have sliding dropouts. It is also disc compatible and all I would have to do is add em on later if I wanted them. The new redline monocog that they were selling, which seemed very comparable except for the mechanical disc brakes, was over 800. I thought that seemed a little ridiculous. So does this seem like a good deal?
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The 08's are MSRP $629.00. I'd see if they would take 5 bills for it.
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