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Nov 1, 2017 at 11:22
Nov 1, 2017

Knolly Endorphin with extra goodies

$2000 USD
For sale is a 2017 Knolly Endorphin in Raw, size large. Included at this price are the following matching raw/silver items: Chris King headset Chromag Ranger stem 35mm Chromag fubar osx uncut Fox Float X (picked this up to upgrade but never used it) Spank Spike pedals Thats right. Frame with two shocks, a matching headset and contact points. I loved this bike but decided to go a size bigger. Every thing has about 75 hours of ride time. Definitely ready to build up and ride. $2000 Firm. Buyer pays shipping.

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