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Old 08-15-08, 05:46 PM   #1
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How much would you pay for this?




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Ironhorse Outlaw 1.3 Single-Sus Bike sku#38926D

FOR PICK UP ONLY. WE DON'T OFFER SHIPPING ON THIS ITEM

No its not true Jesse James had a bike like this and thats why its called "OUTLAW"

Frame: 17"
Tire Size: 26" X 1.95"
Stand Over Height: 29"
Speeds: 21
Gear Shifter: Sram, throttle/grip
Front Derailleur: DNP
Rear Derailleur: Shimano tourney
Brakes: C-star
Crank Set: Generic
Seat: Infinity,padded
Suspension: Generic
Color: Mettalic
Grips: Rubber
Extras: Refectors,Quick release front wheel and seat post,Kickstand
(NOTE: All above sizes and specs are approximate)

Condition: The bike appears in used with scratches and scrapes.
There's sign of dusting and minor of rust on the screws.
Frame is still in good condition, small sign of indent shows on cross bar near left decal area.
The wheels and tires are still in good shape. Tires have good treading and more rubber.
Brakes and shifters are work well, gives nice action on the bike great brakes.
Front fork shock is great for bumpy and downhil action,(note: decals on the front fork has been peeled off, there's remnants that are still intact).
Padded seat shows wear, ripped on some parts mostly on the rear side area(see pics).
Handgrips appears in good, used shape. Wide pedals for better grip and foot attraction.
Despite the cosmetics , the bike is still in very good shape with decent mixed components.
Its equipped with quick release front wheel / seat post and it's packed with good features.
This bike really gives off a solid ride I would change the seat postion but thats a riders personel preference.








WEIGHT: 16kgs
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Old 08-15-08, 05:50 PM   #2
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Nothing, it's pretty beat up and mint condition low-end MTB's are a dime a dozen.
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Old 08-15-08, 05:54 PM   #3
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I know its like 61 bucks worth it? I THINK SO, you?
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Old 08-15-08, 05:58 PM   #4
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In reality, it worth what you would be willing to pay for it. How much do you think it's worth?
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Old 08-15-08, 08:49 PM   #5
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I know its like 61 bucks worth it? I THINK SO, you?
I don't know. In my city, there are tons of name-brand mountain bikes that show up on Craigslist for $50 to $100. They're much better bikes than the one shown here (Specialized, Trek, Gary Fisher, etc.). They're older, but if you know a little bit about bike repair and maintenance, you can buy 'em, fix 'em up, and ride 'em forever.

On the other hand, if you are in a hurry, don't have access to a lot of used bikes, are sick of looking, and don't mind buying a bike that will likely require a lot of maintenance if you use it hard, $61 isn't a bad deal. At the end of the day, you can only lose $61. I don't know your local market, how many bikes are around, how many yard sales are in your neighborhood on a typical Saturday, etc. etc.

Your choice.
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Old 08-15-08, 10:01 PM   #6
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Dent in the top tube. No way. Forget it.
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