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Aug 19, 2014

Carbon Nomad CCDB Air CS

$3200 USD
Lightly used large carbon 2014 Nomad 142 mm rear and CCDB Air CS purchased in February 2014. Just under 29lbs !!! About a dozen rides on frame and shock. Wtb Devo seat is new and SIxc carbon handlebars purchased in dec 13. All the other parts are well used but not abused. 2010 Lyrik RC2 DH freshly rebuilt with new internals, oil and seals in February. Fork is well used with standard scratches and nicks on lowers expected of a 4 year old fork. but no nicks or scratches on stanchions missing rebound knob but you can adjust using an Allen. Fork works like it did when new. 2010 Easton haven wheels. Rear wheel recently rebuilt with all new spokes and upgraded rear hub internals. Both wheels spin freely. Hoops are definitely scratched and dinged but wheels are true and round. Thomson 50mm stem and Thomson seat post. 2011 Avid CR brakes with 170mm rotors. X9 9 speed drive train with G2 guide. Truvativ stylo cranks with 32 tooth ring. DHF front Butcher Rear. No pedals. Frame does have one little nick in clear coat on top tube where I dropped an Allen wrench on it. Lower links and BB were protected with plastic so there are no nicks or damage whatsoever on BB and lower link. Down tube, seat stays, chainstays protected with clear vinyl. There are no major scratches or nicks anywhere on this bike. It does however show light scratching but that is do to the matte black finish and is unavoidable. This bike is ready to roll ! I am getting into autocross so I need to fund a new race car. Will ship for free on west coast only at full asking price. $3200 obo Having trouble uploading pics for some reason so I can send them via email or text upon request until I can get them up here. Frame is blue and black and nicely color matched with bars and brakes. This thing looks sharp and rides like a dream.

sofarider1 mikelevy's article
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sofarider1 mikekazimer's article
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sofarider1 cmac's article
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sofarider1 robertbbr's article
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sofarider1 mattwragg's article
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sofarider1 BellBikeHelmets's article
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sofarider1 pinkbikeaudience's article
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