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Apr 14, 2015 at 14:04
Apr 14, 2015

Scott Ransom 40

$250 GBP
For Sale, my Scott Ransom 40 frame. I've had the bike from new and have the leisurelakes receipt to demonstrate provenance. Its been lightly ridden and well maintained. I'm a light rider (68KG) and this bike has only explored my local hills, not given it the abuse its designed for! Included in the sale is the seat post but not the clamp. Seat clamp available on eBay for £5 Official manual available online at This is a fabulous all-mountain frame, tough and not heavy. Adjustable travel from the handlebar. Some core specs below, but read the reviews, its a well loved design! Travel 165/100/0mm Suspension Ratio 3.30 Shock (Eye to Eye) 190mm Hardware Mainframe 22,2mm x 6mm, Hardware Swingarm 18,0mm x 6mm, Seatpost diameter 34,9mm Headset 1 1/8“ semi integr. with 44.0mm cups Fork travel 145mm - 160mm Fork length 540mm BB housing 73mm Front derailleur Topswing 31,8mm Downpull Chainguard ISCG Standard Bearings 4 x 61900 (22x10xT6), 4 x 63800, (19x10xT7), 2 x 605 (14x5xT5) It can take a 1.5' tapered fork using a nukeproof or canecreek headset that uses a lowercup which is external rather than internal. Its a 44mm straight headtube which "build you own" headset combos support the fatter lower cup. It will ship with the original headset still pressed in - a 1 1/8' headset. There's nothing faulty or broken on the bike - it is however due some maintenance. There was very minimal play in the shock mount bushing which would be solved with a shock service and i'd recommend the shock service be done anyway before building the frame. The shock is fully functioning although on lockout it would allow a small amount of travel. This could have simply been that I hadnt got enough tension on the cable controlling it, that it needs an oil top-up or re-pressurising. The shock has always held pressure properly, no leaks or blow outs etc. While this shock service is done, for the price of bearing sets on eBay (£25 or so) id recommend changing the bearings although I have no reason to say thats a necessity. Only that ive never done it and it would make things like new again. Photos show usual scratches and scuffs, what you'd expect for a bike thats been used and isnt new. Any questions please get in touch

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Apr 7, 2015 at 2:12
Apr 7, 2015
Oh yeah, to be fair zoom in and it does say M16

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Apr 5, 2015 at 17:14
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oh you....

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Apr 3, 2015 at 17:28
Apr 3, 2015
Cheers man :)

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