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Klein Attitude and Trek ZR9000 frame question

Old 11-17-04, 01:59 PM
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Klein Attitude and Trek ZR9000 frame question

Apart from the paintjob(s), is their any difference between the Klein Attitude frame and Trek's ZR9000 (used on their 8000 and 8500 bikes)? I did notice that Klein has what they call 'gradient chainstays', 'void free' welds and internal cable routing, whereas Trek doesn't? (Hey, that's kinda like answering my own question).
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You're paying more for the Klein, so of course they have to add a few features to differentiate them between the standard Trek frame. Personally I think the Klein is a LOT nicer and has a much nicer paintjob. Might as well splurge and go with the Klein over the Trek.
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