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2003 Felt SR 91 w/ Upgrades

Old 11-26-16, 06:45 PM
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2003 Felt SR 91 w/ Upgrades

Hello C&V fam,

While I realize this is bike is definitely not C&V, but I trust ya'll's opinion and this is sub-forum I'm most active on so here we go.

What you see is a early millennium hybrid with upgrades/changes. Namely:

Drop bars and brifters vs the spec'd flat bar and trigger shifters
Upgraded to 9 speed 105 (rd, fd shifters)/Ultegra (crank) from the stock 8 speed Tiagra
105 Hub in the back. Mismatched rims. Unnamed hub in the front.

I'm selling this to a friend and trying to figure out FMV. More info about the bike here and here. If I part it out, I'm estimating $175 for the group, $80 for the wheels, $80 for the frame.

Click the picture for the imgur album. What do ya'll think? Thank you kindly for your esteemed wisdom.


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Old 11-27-16, 09:10 AM
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Despite the Frankenbuild, the bike has good curb appeal for someone wanting functional cycling.

Assuming it needs nothing to dependably ride, I'll estimate $300-$350 on local CL. No esteemed wisdom or flipping experience behind this estimate, just feel from too much time perusing bikes for sale.
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Old 11-27-16, 12:41 PM
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Nice looking build ! Maybe sell it to your friend for what you have in it . Looks like a versatile bike , could run some fat tires if need be.
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I bought a similar bike for my wife for $350 ,
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Thanks for the advice ya'll. I was thinking in the $350 range as well. I'm hoping this sale will fund another project I have in the que. It can indeed fit lager tires, I'm hoping 32's with fenders. We shall see.
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