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Hey guys, I'm getting a "deal" from a local guy.

It's the Shimano 105 5600 Series Groupset. He's going to install it for me also for $400

The Groupset is basically a take-off from another bike with only $50 miles on it.

Shimano 105 5600 Shifters
Shimano 105 5650 Compact Crank (172.5 and 50x34T) w/ NEW Ultegra 6600 Bottom Bracket
Shimano 105 5600 Brakeset
Shimano 105 5600 Braze-On Front Derailleur Double with or without band clamp (I have several sizes please specify the diameter needed)
Shimano 105 5600 SS Rear Derailleur
Shimano 105 5600 12-27 Cassette (NEW)
Shimano 105 5600 Chain (NEW)

Those are the components. Good deal or no? Help me out! I'm a newbie. I have a 2009 Specialized Allez Comp. And that's what it's going on, and also I have a set of Easton EA90 Aero wheels that will be going on the bike too. Any help is appreciated.
 

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I was selling my Allez Comp, to get a new frame set. Would this be a better idea? I can get anywhere from 600-700 for this bike easily, It's in perfect condition. Would this be the better choice? The stock groupset is worthless once it's off the bike. Let me know what you guys think is the best choice to make.
 

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I just sold my Allez Comp for 673 Lol guy was 2 dollars short. But I'm going to be spending a whole lot more on frame and groupset now. the 105's wouldn't do the bike justice.
 
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