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Loose steering head - Trek 7500

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Well, seeing that you didnt post a question but merely a statement, I assume that you would like this issue resolved.

This bike has a threaded headset. Take it to your local bke shop (lbs) and have them adjust it for about $15. If you bring a six pack, it might even be able to be done while you wait.

Posted on Feb 21, 2015

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