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Old 07-14-10, 11:02 PM   #1
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How much do you think the frame and fork are worth? 2005 v10 with Fox DHX 5.0 and Marzocchi 888 RC in good condition?
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Old 07-15-10, 12:02 AM   #2
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Dont have any. They're in good shape, no dents just normal cable wear on the frame. Fork seals are good. Im just trying to get in the ballpark of what they are worth.
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Is the 888 2005 as well?
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How much do you think the frame and fork are worth?
Not much . . . it's an outmoded design that been proven only suitable for hopeless poseurs who sit in their pickups at the trailhead, drink PBR and brag about how sick it is to have ten inches of travel for hucking, like, totally gnar drops, man.













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But seriously, just check out what similar stuff is listed for on sites like Pinkbike or eBay. And list it around market value.
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Not much . . . it's an outmoded design that been proven only suitable for hopeless poseurs who sit in their pickups at the trailhead, drink PBR and brag about how sick it is to have ten inches of travel for hucking, like, totally gnar drops, man.

Hey, I don't drink PBR!
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