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Lightly used set of Dainese Trail Skins 2 knee pads, size M. I used them for about 6 rides and no crashes so they are in near new condition. Price does not include shipping.
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This is a used 2016 Yeti SB6c. This frame is most comparable to their current Turq series frame as in 2016 they only offered the high modulus carbon fiber frame builds. I checked in 2017 when they came out with the two versions of frame build and the weight on this frame was only a few grams more than the 2017 Turq frame. I have definitely ridden this bike but have also maintained it well and replaced parts to keep everything running well. This bike is very quiet as I don't like squeaks and take care of those as they come up. The paint and wheels definitely show signs of wear and I have tried to take many pictures so you know exactly what you are purchasing. There is nothing on the bike right now that needs replacing. If I have recently replaced a component, or have upgraded a component from the stock build, I have indicated as such. In regard to a few of the bigger paint chips, I did have my local Yeti dealer check the bike out and they confirmed that the carbon fiber is structurally just fine. I have not put touch up paint on all of the chips because I don't think it does a great job of blending with the original paint. I can provide the touch up paint with the purchase if you like. Feel free to call Evergreen Bicycle Outfitters in Evergreen, CO (303-674-6737) if you would like to verify their inspection. Details of the bike: -Frame - Yeti SB6c, size Medium, High Modulus Build. Bottom bracket was replaced in August of 2018 due to squeaking. It is completely quiet now. During routine maintenance in 2018 I noticed the Infinity link kashima coating was getting rubbed off so this was replaced under warranty. I typically grease this every 40-60 hours. -Weight - 29 pounds as it is shown in the pictures. -Fork - Fox Factory Float 36, 160mm travel. Completely serviced by Fox in summer, 2018. I took the stickers off of the fork legs as I did not like the look of the orange Factory stickers. I have a set of Heritage Fox fork decals if you want them to be put on. -Shock - Fox Float X with piggyback, 152mm travel. Completely serviced by Fox in January, 2018. -Wheels - Bontrager Line Elite 30mm internal rim width. The engagement on these hubs is almost instantaneous and the rims are pretty solid. I have provided pictures of a few dings in the front and rear of the rims. -Dropper - Fox Transfer with Fox 1x lever (note that this is shown incorrectly in pictures) -Saddle - Brand new Fizik Tundra M7 -Brakes - Shimano XT, 200mm front, 180mm rear. -Drivetrain - Shimano XT. The chain, cassette, cables and derailleur were all replaced in summer of 2018. 34T in the front, 10-46 in the rear. 170mm crank arms. -Handle bar - Truvativ Boo Bar, cut down to 765mm. -Stem - Truvativ Hozfeller 40mm -Tires - Maxxis High Roller II (2.3) in the front, Maxxis Aggressor (2.3) in the rear. Tubeless. As most of the reviews will say, this is a great bike. It climbs great and descends even better. This can be a trail bike, enduro race bike or a park bike depending on how you build it. If you want more pictures, I will be happy to take them. I have not shipped a bike before but have the box from this bike and will gladly pack it up and ship it off although the shipping is not included in the price. If I have missed anything in the ad, please just shoot me a note and I will respond with details.