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Mar 16, 2018 at 8:04
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Transition Patrol Carbon - I9, Fox 36, Eagle (New DT)

$3650 USD
2017 Transition Patrol Carbon that I've had for about 9 months. I am going all in on 29er and need to thin out the garage a bit. Spec: Frame: Large 2017 Transition Patrol Carbon Fork: Fox 36 Factory RC2 160mm Shock: Stock Monarch Super Deluxe Drivetrain: New (0 miles as of posting) GX Eagle cassette, shifter, mech, and chainring; Carbon XX1 175 crankset BB: Chris King Threadfit Headset: Cane Creek 110 Brakes: Guide RSC (The new model with the S4 caliper, almost new as well), 180mm rear and 200mm front rotor Wheels: 2015 I9 Torch Enduro, 20mm front axle and 142 in the rear Tires: DHRII 3C/EXO 2.4WT front, Aggressor 2.3 EXO rear, I'll also include a DHF 3C/EXO 2.5WT Seatpost: Transfer Performance 150mm w/ Wolf Tooth lever Saddle: New Fabric Scoop 142mm Bash guard: OneUp Condition: Frame - Good condition with scratches and a little cable rub associated with normal riding, no major gouges or anything of structural concern, ridden fairly infrequently since new, maybe 300 miles on it. Bearings in good shape, pivots rotate smoothly. Some portions of the frame have been taped. Shock - Performs great, no stanchion scratches, leaks, or anything of that nature. Fork - Great condition, no scratches on the stanchions, air leaks, or anything of that sort, recently serviced. Small scratch on the left lowers (pictured). Drivetrain - Brand new, pictured chainring will be replaced with a new 32t Eagle ring (I can provide both) BB - Great, recently serviced Headset - Great, no issue with the bearings or anything of that sort Brakes - Recently installed, were takeoffs from another bike and ridden a handful of times Tires - Less than a few hundred miles on both, maybe 150? All are in good shape and have plenty of life left Seatpost - No scratches, leaks, etc, performs great. Saddle - New, never ridden as of posting Wheels - The wheels are the older I9 Enduros with 26mm IW, they are a set of wheels that have been on a few different bikes and have been used more than the rest of the bike, however they are in good condition. The bearings spin smooth and I recently pulled the freehub to oil it, so it's spinning great as well. There are a few scratches on the rim, but no dents or anything impacting functionality or really obvious. They hold tubeless great and spin true. Pedals not included, buyer pays PayPal fees.

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