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Old 06-05-15, 08:22 AM
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Suntour Cyclone & Cyclone II Stuff...

Velovixen gets first dibbs on the Cyclone II derailleurs - $15.00 US + shipping for the pair(one missing cable nut) - SOLD



The rest are up for grabs, should their be any grabbers present...

Suntour Cyclone First Gen Set - $40.00 US + shipping... SOLD



Suntour First Gen Front and Rear - $30.00 + shipping... SOLD



Suntour Barcons - $35.00 US + shipping... SOLD

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Interested in Suntour Cyclone First Gen Set - $40.00 US + shipping...

How much is shipping to 48230 in the USA
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Old 06-05-15, 08:29 AM
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Can I get a shipping quote to 63118 on the barcons?
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Old 06-05-15, 08:41 AM
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PM sent, want the First Gen front and rear!
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Interested in Suntour Cyclone First Gen Set - $40.00 US + shipping...

How much is shipping to 48230 in the USA
Thanks for the interest. $12.00 economy or $19.00 with tracking opportunity.
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Good prices on this SunTour stuff! One can never have too many Cyclone derailleurs (or SunTour barcons for that matter)

I think I have plenty of Vx, VGT Luxe and Cyclone derailleurs of various lengths in stock for the next few projects.

I'm still trying to figure out where I came up with having three spare SunTour barcons. Weird.
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Dang. I was at work!

Edit: I will take the Mark II's if Velovixen passes and no one else is in front.

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I will take the barcons if still available.
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I'll pass on the barcons. [MENTION=93662]Charles Wahl[/MENTION] can have my place in line.
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Wow. Missed out on Cyclone gear. Congrats to all who didn't.
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I bought the two Cyclone Mark II's. I've got one now on a Miyata mixte and it shifts smoothly and confidently.
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Wow. Missed out on Cyclone gear. Congrats to all who didn't.
Still have a box, small box, full of Suntour stuff - some Cyclone, some Superbe Pro, some Vx and other odds and ends. The trick is finding stuff after moving. But worry not, I will be offering neat stuff in days to come, to help fund my N+ habit during these trying months of fleetreductionitis and the withdrawal associated with it:-(

Course, I did buy two bikes in the last four days. Good grief!
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Still have a box, small box, full of Suntour stuff - some Cyclone, some Superbe Pro, some Vx and other odds and ends. The trick is finding stuff after moving. But worry not, I will be offering neat stuff in days to come, to help fund my N+ habit during these trying months of fleetreductionitis and the withdrawal associated with it:-(

Course, I did buy two bikes in the last four days. Good grief!
I gotta keep monitoring this thread - any touring stuff - l'm on it.
I have a Nishiki Pro frame to build - but that will be Shimano stuff.
I have a Univega touring bike - that will likely be Suntour.
And, or course, I have the next frame I cannot pass up to build - that may be Suntour.......
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