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Old 08-11-09, 08:43 PM   #1
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Value of my bike?

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
7 speed
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.
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Old 08-11-09, 09:42 PM   #2
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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.
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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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