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JUL 21, 1996

JUST TEN DOLLARS

Today was a good rest day in Copley, OH with the parents of a friend of mine down in Americus, GA at Habitat. I had called around to the area's bike shops to see if they would have a rear wheel my size. Sun Valley Sports nearby said that they might.

When we got there, the manager didn't know if he had the right one with my kind of hub. After talking for a while to the manager, he decided to sell me a wheel from a bike that was going to be assembled and switched the cluster with mine. He was going to throw in the cluster for free but my chain would probably not worked with it.

When the cluster was switched, the manager said that he would just take ten dollars for it. I was quite amazed because along with the cluster he had thrown in the tire and the tube had been on the wheel for free. If I would have bought all of these things, it would have cost me well over one hundred dollars.




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