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Feb 2, 2019 at 8:21
Feb 2, 2019

Cryptkeeper V3 Complete

$1500 USD
Selling COMPLETE ONLY. Everything included in the sale is pictured- nothing more, nothing less. Getting out of the sport, and have no reason to sell other than that I don't ride enough, so the price is firm. This is as low as the price gets. Parts list is as follows: * Deity Cryptkeeper V3 (Campy 45*45 upper bearing, IS52/40 lower bearing, Spanish bottom bracket). Frame is in prime shape with only typical minor scratches to chainstays and top tube from being on its side in my car. * X-Fusion Vengeance RC (80mm travel). Air sprung and set rock-hard. Seals are in good shape, air spring and damper are also rock solid. There are some scratches on the lowers and a scratch on the right stanchion that was put there when the fork was at full travel. The scratch has been filled with nail polish and resanded, so it shouldn't affect the seals. Cane Creek 40 integrated/tapered headset. Spins smoothly. Generic offset seatpost, cut to about 3.5". * SDG Apollo, Highland limited edition. This particular one probably has about one hour of being sat on. Deity Cavity stem+CZ 38 Special handlebar. Probably the nicest bar/stem combo I've ever gotten to use. VP Harrier pedals. They're still kicking, though they could use a pedal service. One axle is slightly bent. I can't feel it while riding or pedaling, YMMV. * Deity Armada spanish bottom bracket. Spins smoothly. Has Ti spindle. * Deity Vendetta 3.0 crankset. Rumor has it that Deity has had fewer than 10 RMA/Warranty claims on these cranksets throughout the product's lifetime. In any case, I could probably drive my car over these cranks and not damage them. * Deity Termite 28t chainring. KMC single speed chain. Nothing really special here other than it feels pretty solid. Surly single-speed 13T cog. Machined from stamped steel and has a wide base so it doesn't chew into the freehub body. Novatec diskless front hub, 20mm, for a dishless wheel. Novatec single-speed bolt-on rear hub. Engagement feels decent. DT Competition spokes (256mm length all around). They're butted in just the right place to save good weight over other straight-gauge spokes without losing a significant amount of strength/durability. Spank Spike Race 33 rims. These things are sweet. S-Works Renegade 26"x 2.2" tires. These are the lightest tires I've ever been comfortable putting on a DJ. They've been ridden and jumped at 65PSI without any problems. I wouldn't go higher (didn't feel the need to). Avid Code R brake. The lever was replaced with an Elixir 3l lever from 2014 that was a new takeoff from a different bike. It's functionally the same as the Code R lever. This brake has zero issues apart from a slight rub on the rotor (G3CS 160mm). * Parts denoted with an asterisk are no longer being produced or sold. All parts are in good or like-new used condition. The wheels themselves (hubs, spokes, rims) were recently built and tensioned. No runout to them but both wheels have a slight 1.5mm hop. It's not significant enough to feel while riding. This bike might weigh 25.5lbs. I can meet you at the Hopkinton skate park, anywhere in Concord, at Highland, or at Cycles Etc. in Manchester, or ship at your cost (though local pickup offers will take priority). Once again, price is firm (lowball offers will be mercilessly scoffed at).

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