Price of raw?

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3/4/2011 5:11 AM

Why is it that some companies charge extra for raw parts, ie; raw frames or handlebars cost more than painted ones. Why would they charge more when it takes less effort to produce?

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3/4/2011 8:44 AM

Because people will pay it.

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3/4/2011 9:03 AM

No Color paint.

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3/4/2011 10:55 AM

what companies charge more for raw parts? i thought it was the other way around

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3/4/2011 11:13 AM

chief brah wrote:

what companies charge more for raw parts? i thought it was the other way around

ya i have yet to see a raw frame cost more than a chrome/painted frame

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3/4/2011 12:10 PM

methodman94 wrote:

No Color paint.

and thats this thing people like to call clear coat

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3/4/2011 12:11 PM

ive never seen that? its usually chrome that costs the most out of everything

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3/4/2011 12:15 PM

yea usally its just chrome or L.E..

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3/4/2011 12:21 PM

On Dan's Comp the BSD Forever frame was marked as being like 20 dollars more expensive for the raw finish. And there were some handlebars that costed more for raw, hence my initial post, but since then I have gone back to check the prices on those products and it would seem they have changed in price since the last time I checked them. Now the BSD Forever frame is the same price regardless of color.

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3/4/2011 12:55 PM

Because people will pay for it because it's sexy.

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