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SQ Labs 612 140

$80 CAD
If you know SQ Labs, you know you are looking at a quality saddle, retailing for $170 CAD Mounted and ridden a few times but it doesn't get along with me. In excellent condition with no tears or scuffs. Will consider a trade for similar condition SQ Labs 60X 130 otherwise no trades. Local buyers preferred or you pay shipping. $80 OBO.

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Jun 6, 2021

Bontrager Line Dropper 100mm 31.6

$80 CAD
Had this on my son's bike for one season and now he has moved up to a longer travel dropper. Cleaned and internals freshly greased with Slickoleum and has not been ridden. Comes with Bontrager Lever. No trades and local buyers preferred or you pay shipping. $80 obo.

slish Khyber-Racks's article
Jun 2, 2021 at 15:14
Jun 2, 2021
Khyber Racks Is A New Bike Rack Company Based in Whistler
@shirk-007: Oh yeah. i used to go through a set of Deore brakes a season, as the pistons would seize near the end of the winter. Didn't want to put anything but low end stuff on there. Got the Muc Off covers which help now but still, everything else gets pretty beat up too. I gotta move to Phoenix. Too old for winters anymore.
slish Khyber-Racks's article
Jun 2, 2021 at 13:00
Jun 2, 2021
Khyber Racks Is A New Bike Rack Company Based in Whistler
@shirk-007: Our winters in Calgary are hard on racks and driving to go winter/fat biking has definitely shortened the life of racks. The metal rusts and the plastic parts wear down because of the sand and rocks on the roads. It has gotten to the point where I take the rack off most winter days now and throw the bike into the back of the vehicle to minimize the slush/snow/ice and put it back on when driving with multiple bikes. If this Khyber can get through winters without much abuse and me not having to remove it and reinstall as much as the other, that is a win.
slish Khyber-Racks's article
Jun 2, 2021 at 7:36
Jun 2, 2021
Khyber Racks Is A New Bike Rack Company Based in Whistler
I agree. I keep my racks for 5+ years so durability and quality are key. My friends who have the NSR are all experiencing the rock chips and corrosion issues 1-2 years after purchase so yes, not as expensive but not don't know how the durability will be long term. My old Thule T2 was 96lbs with four trays. Heavy and was starting to corrode and look it's age when I sold it. Granted, it was about half as expensive as Khyber but If these are as corrosion resistant as claimed, the price is palatable for me. Looks sturdy as hell and likely something that will last longer than five years and I won't worry about bikes being damaged or coming off. Could be a good purchase. Don't like the price? Don't buy it. Supply and demand. If these guys have priced it too high, the prices will come down or they will go out of business. That is how a free market works.
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