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Old 04-20-05, 08:25 AM   #1
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I was wondering what dollar amount I could get for a Judy TT with one season on it? I was hoping for $50, to cover the cost of a Surly 1x1, but it might be a long-shot.
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I was wondering what dollar amount I could get for a Judy TT with one season on it? I was hoping for $50, to cover the cost of a Surly 1x1, but it might be a long-shot.
My mate has a Judy TT and I've ridden it several times. I wouldn't expect too much for a used TT but 50 dollars seems OK to me.
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My mate has a Judy TT and I've ridden it several times. I wouldn't expect too much for a used TT but 50 dollars seems OK to me.
Yeah, it is a piece of s***. But, hopefully I can get a trade for a 1x1 fork or just 50 bucks. I'll pull it apart and clean it first, change the oil and junk. If anyone wants to work out a trade, PM me.
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Yeah, it is a piece of s***.
Yeah that'll get people to buy it
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It's no secret, so why sugar coat the facts?
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i think jenson usa sells em brand new for 60-70 bucks, so i would say more like 35-40 bucks.
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True. It's just that I don't know too many people who will pay $50 for a turd.
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True. It's just that I don't know too many people who will pay $50 for a turd.
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How long is the headtube on it?
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Plenty of people will pay $50 for a Judy TT, just head on over to ebay to see. Hell, I'll go for you. tt 1 Cent CD~ Judy Garland Collection, Vol.2 View similar active items
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The first number is the winning bid in Canadian dollars and the second number is the shipping cost. On second thought, $50 would be cutting it close but should still be very manageable.
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How long is the headtube on it?
Approx. 9.5" or 241mm
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Plenty of people will pay $50 for a Judy TT,
This is true of eBay. There's a sucker born every minute. Trekkie might even make a couple extra bucks if uses words like "original" and "pristine"
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i would give you 15 $
but on the other hand some guy bought my marzocchi mz comp for 140 green ones .thats like 30 $ more than they usually go for.
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