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At what point is a carbon frame to cheap? I mean is it better to have a super cheap carbon frame or a high end aluminum? It's kinda like when flat screens monitors first came out and then started offering entry level ones for under $200, people would go around saying, wow, I got a flat screen monitor for $200...yeah, but it looks like crap. Will this be true as manufacturers start offering cheaper and cheaper CF frames? For example, the low end Trek carbon fibers weigh as much or more then aluminum framed bikes, and I would bet the aluminum will be around for 20 years...bet the carbon one won't.
 

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too   
–adverb

1. in addition; also; furthermore; moreover: young, clever, and rich too.
2. to an excessive extent or degree; beyond what is desirable, fitting, or right: too sick to travel.
3. more, as specified, than should be: too near the fire.
4. (used as an affirmative to contradict a negative statement): I am too!
5. extremely; very: She wasn't too pleased with his behavior.
—Idiom
6. only too. only (

bef. 900; ME to, OE, stressed var. of to (adv.); sp. too since the 16th century
 

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ewitz said:
too   
–adverb

1. in addition; also; furthermore; moreover: young, clever, and rich too.
2. to an excessive extent or degree; beyond what is desirable, fitting, or right: too sick to travel.
3. more, as specified, than should be: too near the fire.
4. (used as an affirmative to contradict a negative statement): I am too!
5. extremely; very: She wasn't too pleased with his behavior.
—Idiom
6. only too. only (

bef. 900; ME to, OE, stressed var. of to (adv.); sp. too since the 16th century
That's another forum
 

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+1 TO versus TOO

ewitz said:
too   
–adverb

1. in addition; also; furthermore; moreover: young, clever, and rich too.
2. to an excessive extent or degree; beyond what is desirable, fitting, or right: too sick to travel.
3. more, as specified, than should be: too near the fire.
4. (used as an affirmative to contradict a negative statement): I am too!
5. extremely; very: She wasn't too pleased with his behavior.
—Idiom
6. only too. only (

bef. 900; ME to, OE, stressed var. of to (adv.); sp. too since the 16th century
+1 TO versus TOO
 
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