Mountain Biking - Rock Shox Jett XC's
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05-10-04, 09:13 PM
Few years old, got them for 100 bucks Canadian. Was this a good deal? They were just for a junker bike. 80 mm or so travel.
Seems like a bit much for a used entry level fork.Looks like the Jett should be about that price new. I have seen new Judy's for about that as well. I just paid $108usd for a new 2003 Duke.
05-10-04, 10:00 PM
Not used fork, brand new, just older date model. No disc brake mount, etc.
05-10-04, 10:03 PM
Hmm, just checked some sites. One site in England lists it at 60 pounds, which would be when converted about 140'ish area. Not the greatest deal, but getting something like that is hard to find. Basically the bike just needed a front fork as I broke the old one. I didn't want the bike anymore, and just bought a new one. He wanted one for the cottage (one more I mean, already have a few up there). Anyway, worked out well enough.
Checked a few more sites, and yeah, they list them for like 200 bucks. 1999 model. Weird. They've been laying around in their store for five years now. Insane.
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