Their pricing is very good compared to the area that I am in; if they back up what they advertise, then I can save 5-6K on the deal over the locals here. And it will only cost me a weekend and about 5-6 hundred bucks to go and get it.
One example that I looked at a 29rkss Puma here that is a 2008; the dealer "swears" that a new one costs right at 21k; but Cheyenne has it on their website as a 2011 for 16,999k. And the local dealer is wanting almost 16k for one that is 3 years old with no warranty and also needs tire upgrading (it has the wrong tire size for the wheel width)
I will gladly give up a weekend and a few bucks, if the deal is workable