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team fuju with acera rd (barf) - year and worth?

Old 07-24-15, 07:42 AM
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team fuju with acera rd (barf) - year and worth?

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Old 07-24-15, 07:51 AM
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It's an 85 in Victory Blue. I used to have an 85 in Flamingo. Nice riding bikes and $300 is FMV in my market.

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yeah that's sort what i figured. i'd be looking to flip, most likely, so i think i'll pass. i'm getting lazy and can't be bothered to source the proper derailleur in a slow market like SLC.
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Low end or not, that Acera probably shifts way better than a lot of other things you'll see in C&V.
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Old 07-24-15, 10:12 AM
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oh probably, but what pleasure can you take from a clean shift if your bike looks like mismatched crap in the meantime? ))
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Even if that had a SuperBee RD, at $300 there isn't a lot of flipping room once you overhaul and add a few consumables, you'll be looking to get close to $500 to do a little better than break even.
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If you were going to keep it sure. I think that blue and yellow Ace is gorgeous. To flip though the profit margin might be slim.
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