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 Posted: 11-09-2006 02:47 am
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Dan Eiland


Joined: 03-18-2005
Location: El Paso, Texas USA
Posts: 159
Sorry Greg, but I can't afford to pay $900 for a flywheel. It was why I looked and shopped for another source. The Fidanza Flywheel has been around for a while and has been offered by all kinds of for-profit business' for $299-$400. Even Dave Bean sold the Fidanza Flywheels. Is there a reason the club decided to have these custom built at two to three times the price as the Fidanza parts? Just my thoughts, but why not approach Fidanza and have them make a minimum order of 10 flywheels and offer them to members for $350 + S & H? I'll purchase the first one.