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  1. #1
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    Sep 2008

    2006 KHS flite 300, for 400$ WORTH IT??????? please help

    Here are the specs Please tell me what you think and if its a good deal. I am looking to start my off biking and get good exercise.

    Frame Construction TIG-welded
    Frame Tubing Material Aluminum, butted
    Fork Brand & Model KHS
    Fork Material Carbon fiber w/chromoly steerer, unicrown crown
    Rear Shock Not applicable

    Component Group Road Mix
    Brakeset Tektro 423A dual pivot brakes, Shimano Sora STI Dual Control levers
    Shift Levers Shimano Sora STI Dual Control
    Front Derailleur Shimano Sora
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Sora
    Crankset TruVativ Touro, 30/42/52 teeth
    Pedals Aluminum w/clips & straps
    Bottom Bracket Sealed cartridge
    BB Shell Width 68mm English
    Rear Cogs 8-speed, 12 - 25 teeth
    Chain KMC Z82, 1/2 x 3/32"
    Seatpost Aluminum micro-adjust
    Saddle KHS Padded
    Handlebar Aluminum
    Handlebar Extensions Not included
    Handlebar Stem Aluminum
    Headset 1 1/8" threadless steel

    Hubs Aluminum, Q/R
    Rims Aluminum, 32-hole
    Tires 700 x 23c Kenda Koncept
    Spoke Brand Stainless steel, 14ga. (2.0mm) straight gauge
    Spoke Nipples Brass nipples
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  2. #2
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    Nov 2006

    More info please

    What is your, racing, commuting, century rides?

    Is the bike new or used? From a dealer?

    If it is new from a dealer, with some type of warrenty, it is an okay deal at best. If a year of tune-ups, or discount on accessories is part of the deal, all the better. Most importantly, does it fit you? If it is from an honest broker dealer, then they can help with that. If it is from a less than ethical dealer who is just trying to get old stock off the floor, then don't expect much help.

    If it is used, I would should be able to get more bike on Craigslist, Ebay, etc.



  3. #3
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    Jun 2004
    If lightly used, a three year old model should sell for about one half its original selling price. I would estimate the original selling price to be around $600 to $650, hence $300-$325 used.

  4. #4
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    aluminum frame/ carbon fork, 8 speed bike with shimano Sora. Not really a deal, kinda ok. forget a warranty, too old. not sure what you could buy for $400, it's not enough. buy a used frame and maybe another bike to swap parts from. closer to $800 budget.

  5. #5
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    You can get a new bike with those components for close to the same price. Spend a little more and you can get a lot more.

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