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condition: excellent make / manufacturer: Rockshox model name / number: Bluto RL size / dimensions: 100mm Selling a used Rockshox Bluto RL in great condition. 100mm travel, external low-speed compression/lock out adjustment, Maxle axle included. Steerer measures a bit over 9". Just changed lubrication oil in lower legs. No scratches or noticeable wear on stanchions. Shipping in Continental U.S. included in price. PayPal only. Thanks for looking!
Feb 25, 2019 at 15:20Feb 25, 2019
I'm having a second child, so much like my riding time, this bike needs to go. I rode the frame once with the pictured build, liked it and decided to sell the parts off of it with a different frame. Built it up as a singlespeed 29er to complement my main ride, but I have realized that I just won't have time to use 2 mountain bikes, and the fat bike can run 29" wheels, so... I will post updated pics with the single speed setup soon, but from a distance, it looks about the same. I absolutely love this bike, and everything is brand new. Suntour Aion has 35mm stanchions and compression adjustment, and currently set to 140mm travel. Feels very, very nice. I am willing to part out if I sell the frame first. Prices include shipping to Continental U.S. Here is the spec: RSD Middlechild large frame $550 Suntour Aion 35 fork 140mm $240 Marin 29" tubeless wheelset i29 with Specialized Grid Fastrack 2.3 rear/ WTB Trailboss 2.4 front tires $275 Shimano XT crankset w/ 32t $100 PNW Rainier 170mm dropper seatpost w/ remote $140 45mm Marin stem Spank 785mm 40mm rise or Intense low rise handlebar Specialized lock on grips Shimano m396 hydraulic brakes 20t singlespeed cog Pedals NOT included Shipping included within Continental U.S.
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Banshee Spitfire circa 2011. I almost bought one, but the bushings were receiving mixed reviews. I still like a relatively short travel frame with a bit longer fork. Makes less technical trails come alive.