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Feb. 28, 2020, 7:38 a.m. -  Pete Roggeman

This is the way it should be, though. A company selling OE-spec'd parts is benefiting from OE pricing. As soon as they offer you custom options, that means they're carrying an inventory of parts, and that costs money (even if those parts were bought at OE level prices). You either get the custom option or you get the value pricing, but if you expect both, don't expect the brand to still be putting their logo on head tubes in five years.

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