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Old 03-03-08, 12:43 AM   #1
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help selling!

I've had my trek liquid since 2004, but now would like to sell it. The retail price when it came out was about $1,900. Four years later it has a few nicks and scratches but overall is in good condition and rides well. How much do you think that i should list it for and where (ebay, craigslist, or elsewhere?)



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Old 03-03-08, 07:36 AM   #2
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The best way to find the value is to search ebay for completed listings. That will let you know what people are willing to pay for your bike.
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i guestimate $600
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i guestimate $600
Yeah, that sounds about right, maybe $650-750. There's no Kelly Blue Book for bikes unfortunately so its hard to say. I say throw it up on'll basically get the price that others are willing to pay for it, or you can put it on craigslist at a touch higher than you expect and see what people offer you.

Make sure you use tons of pictures and details about the bike. Size is most important. Also give it a good cleaning and tuning if potential buyers come to look at it. When was the last time it had shock/fork rebuild/maintenance? That would be the first thing I would ask about if I was shopping for a used full suspension. Also, when was the last time the brakes were bled? How far along are the chain/cassette in their lifespan?
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