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By  tehhboss  |  19

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  bettyboop428  |  19

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By  olpally  |  42

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  olpally  |  42

Chances are the bikes weren't the same make or model though, regardless if they were good parts he tried to put together. Two wrongs don't always make a right.

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  olpally  |  42

The fact he messed up the new one he made out of the two broken ones, makes me believe they aren't similar bikes otherwise the new bike would've worked with the broken parts. Ehh. I could see that happening. But I doubt it.

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  Soloman212  |  42

26, if he could break the two separate bikes while they had correct parts, I wouldn't be surprised by him breaking a bike made by him out of matching parts...

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  potatomanjr  |  42

You can use any component off any mountain bike to put it on another mountain bike. You can not mix and match road bike parts and mountain bike parts. My team mate today broke a derailure, then jammed up a chain on a back up bike they had. Bikes break often, they are simple to repair, but you would be surprised at how much they cost to repair.

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