Mountain Biking - Value of my bike?
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08-11-09, 08:43 PM
I saw the other thread here, so you know, here it goes:
'99 Specialized Hardrock (Yes I know, just wait)
06 Manitou splice comp 80mm travel, NOS
09 XT rear derailleur
09 XT front derailleur
09 SLX Crankset
09 Avid Juicy seven front hydraulic disc brake
Alivio trigger shifters (Limited due to 7 speed)
DT swiss/WTB front disc wheel.
The frame is in decent condition paint wise. Not one dent or ding on it otherwise.
08-11-09, 09:42 PM
On a good day, sold on CL to someone who doesn't ask how old the frame is, maybe $200. Probably $150 is more realistic. If you can find a newer frame cheap, maybe it would be worth it to transfer the components if you turn your own wrench.
I've got an 01 Hardrock thats been heavily upgraded. I picked up an 06 Hardrock frame for $30. I plan to transfer all the components to it, then sell the 01 with the original components or equivalent for about $125.
08-11-09, 09:47 PM
Yeah.. I guess it would be better off selling the components individually. I don't pay full price working at a shop, but if I were to have paid what we would sell them for, it would cost somewhere around 800 in parts. I'm guessing that means I could get somewhere around 400 if i sold them?
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