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Lightly used dura ace group?

Old 04-12-13, 08:58 AM
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Lightly used dura ace group?

What would a realistic price be for a full Dura ace 7900 group be?

Has it all including chain, cassette and new in box Dura ace cables and housing. Prices seem to be as low as $900 and up to $1700. All parts are less than 6 months old and shows little signs of use.

Just wanting to get an idea of what would be a fair offer price
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calipers and crankset? Either way - closed ebay listings are probably your best evidence.
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As a point of reference, you can buy a new Dura Ace 9000 group, minus crankset (don't you have Hollowgrams, anyway?) for around $1500.
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you can get complete set new around $1600. Lightly used 6 months i would guess around 11-1200 on web maybe a 1k if you find it local or a good deal.

Edit: you could keep your crank and buy complete set. Then sell 7900 crank for about 350 which makes a new set around 1250

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calipers and crankset? Either way - closed ebay listings are probably your best evidence.
Yes calipers and pads, crankset, front and rear derailleur, shifters, cassette, shifters, cables and housing.
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I'm going to be selling for a friend and was doing research to see what would be fair. I almost think parting it out would get more.
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Looks like 1k - 1,100 on ebay (but those darn fees). You'd probably do better parting...but enough better to be worth the hassle?
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Looks like 1k - 1,100 on ebay (but those darn fees). You'd probably do better parting...but enough better to be worth the hassle?
+1 If you're going the eBay route shipping and fees will kill any benefit. Buyers look for shipped price (item and shipping) when bidding, and there is a per listing fee from eBay in addition to the percentage, as well as a per transaction fee from PayPal. Try local first if at all possible. I have the pleasure of living in a small town in the middle of the boonies so I am forced to go eBay if I want to sell anything.
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yah parting out will probably net more money but would probably be allot more time consuming.
to avoid ebay fees you could do craigslist, bikeforum's marketplace (although i think you pay a few bucks to use for the month), and paceline's classifieds...
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Ok. I'll put individual pricing to part it out then. Thanks guys
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You can buy new 7900 groups for $1500 if you look hard enough, so I'd say probably $1000 at the most?
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