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Part it out or sell it whole?

Old 04-04-05, 05:10 PM
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Part it out or sell it whole?

Looking to start building up my dream SS(surly crosscheck). I want to sell my current cyclocross bike (Cannondale Disc, Full 9spd Dura Ace set-up, Mavic OPs laced to Chris King Iso hubs....bla bla bla) to pay for it. I am wondering what would bring the most money, strip the parts off and sell them one by one or sell the bike as complete. Not sure if this is the right forum for this so feel free to move it mods if you need to.
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since it's used parts I would imagine you get the most as a full bike, plus you are more likely to sell it whole. if you break it up you may be able to sell the wheels or the frame but what if you can't sell the cranks, derailleurs etc?
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