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Feb 20, 2017 at 17:29
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Trek Fuel EX7 27.5 140mm fork

$1650 USD
2015 trek fuel ex7, 27.5/650b wheels. It's a good bike in great mechanical condition with only paint damage, which is why I'm pretty firm on the price and in no rush to sell - it's fun, fast, and quite capable. Non-stock parts are a Fox Float 34 CTD FiT 140mm fork, raceface narrow/wide ring, fresh tires with 95% tread life, and raceface atlas bar and stem which are pictured but not included in the price - OEM bontrager bar+stem will come with the bike. Some paint damage around the BB area and rear swingarm. No scratches or scrapes on fork or shock stanchions. Fork was a take-off from another bike and has seen one season, and shock doesn't need to be serviced. Overall, the bike is fairly low-mileage, pretty much all XC/trail. Damage comes from me falling over while clipped in for the most part. Always wiped off and stored inside, needs no parts, it's ready to go as is! All bearings are tight, silent, and no play, brakes are bled and bite hard, etc. I'm selling it because I picked up a new car and new job, so I'm looking for something with more travel so that this next season I can go to highland, thunder mountain, and ride at Mont St. Anne during the WC. I'd prefer a local buyer, and I can meet you halfway within reasonable driving distance. If not, buyer pays shipping, through PayPal. PM me questions/offers!

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