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Old 03-28-12, 10:53 PM   #1
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Sette question

Hey guys. Anyone have any experience with Sette frames? I saw the Derro frame on Pricepoint this evening and I'm thinking it might meet my needs.
I've never had a full sus bike before but I've built up a couple of other bikes the past two years so I'm comfortable going with a frameset build as opposed to a complete bike purchase. Price wise it might be do - able for me. Given my druthers I would love to have a Santa Cruz Superlight but I don't have a grand or more to throw around.
So, just wondering about the quality of Sette's frames, if anybody might own one etc.
Appreciate any input and direction you might be able to give.
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Old 03-29-12, 09:10 AM   #2
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I've never used a frame but I have Sette parts on both my road and mtb bike as well as use Sette shoes for both bikes. I also use Sette tools and have had no issues.
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