Jul 1, 2016 at 22:25Jul 1, 2016
I have a lightly used 26" wheelset with Chris King hubs and Mavic 823 rims. They are set up tubeless with 2.3 WTB tires and Stans Sealant. Front tire (Weirwolf) has plenty of tread left, the rear (Prowler MX) still has a little life left. Front hub is set up as 20mm and the rear is 10x135. Hub sizes should be easily convert-able with Chris King parts to fit your needs. Spins freely and true with the signature Chris King sound. Rear hub just serviced. These are perfect wheels for more aggressive riding, which I hardly do anymore. Most usage it got was Downieville two times and the rest was all local XC trails. They are on a secondary bike now which I barely ride since I opt for the 29er most of the time. I am asking $380 or best offer. *NOTE - Rotors and cassette not included.
Dec 16, 2014 at 12:16Dec 16, 2014
I have a custom built Medium 2008.5 Santa Cruz Nomad with very low miles. I primarily ride a 29er on the local trails here now. You can tell from the pictures and when you see the bike how great of shape it's in. This is the last model of the first generation Nomad, which was still made in the U.S. So, it has the plush 165mm rear as well as the full 1.5 head tube. It is definitely more plush than any of the later generation nomads and this bike excels in the downhills and yet you can easily ride it uphill as well. The frame was a replacement received in late 2009, which I did not start to build up until late 2010. I continued to upgrade the components of the bike through 2012. I am asking $2,000 or best offer. Will consider offers for frame and fork as well. If frame and fork are sold, I will part out the rest of the bike. Here are the components: - Medium Santa Cruz Nomad Frame (Black). - Manitou ISX-6 for 6.5" of travel. I also have another ISX-6 with 7.1" of travel which I will include. I bought this to match the front fork. I found this to be the best air shock for the 1st generation Nomad, just like MTBR indicated. - Fox 36 Talas 180 FIT RC2 - No scratches on the fork and since it's the Talas it adjusts from 180mm to 140mm. 20mm through axle, Hi-Lo Compression Adjustment, as well as Rebound Adjustment. - Shimano Saint Crankset & Bottom Bracket - Still looks new. 175mm arm. 38/22T. Gamut bash guard - Shimano XT brakes - 203 Front Rotor, 180 Rear Rotor - SRAM X0 Shifter & Rear Derailleur, Shimano XT Front Derailleur - Gore Rideon cables used. - Chris King 1.5 Headset with Preloader (https://chrisking.com/headsets/hds_onepointfive) - Rear Wheel - DT Swiss 240S Rear Hub with Ratchet Upgrade, laced to DT Swiss rim with newer Kenda Nevagal 2.1 (http://www.jensonusa.com/!dR7XnsMUF6VoAt-t--6Y1A!/DT-Swiss-Star-Ratchet-Upgrade?utm_source=FRGL&utm_medium=organic&gclid=CI7BzYGmycICFYhafgodNDQAcQ). - Front Wheel - Hope Pro II Hub laced to a DT Swiss rim with newer WTB Weirwolf tire. - Shimano Pro Carbon Fiber Riser Bar - Deity Pedals - Pictured, but I will swap out for some SPD's - KS I900R Dropper Seat Post - Pictured, but I will swap this out. - WTB Laser V TI Saddle - SRAM PG990 9-Speed Cassette - http://www.jensonusa.com/SRAM-PG-990-9-Speed-Cassette-1 - ODI Ruffian Grips - E13 Heim Chain Guide
Nov 3, 2011 at 0:33Nov 3, 2011
Shimano Saint Cranks used for one season. 175mm length. Minimal wear (scratches) from a season of riding. I opted to go with a dual ring setup. The bash guard is actually completely new and unused. Shimano XT M770 bottom bracket 68/73mm included as well, which are exactly the same as the Saint ones, just in silver. I will also throw in a 34t chain ring (not in picture). Refer to specs below. I am asking for $175 or best offer. Buyer must be Paypal verified and pay for shipping or local. Let me know if you have any questions or would like more pictures. Model Number : FC-M810-1 Series : SAINT Crank Construction : HOLLOWTECH II Cassette Compatibility : 9-speed Chain Compatibility : Super Narrow HG for 9-speed 4-Arm Chainrings : yes Cahainring Sizes : 34/36/38/40/42T Bolt Circle Diameter : 104mm Crank Arm Length : 175mm Crank Arms : forged aluminum / hollow type BB Shell Width : 68/73mm
Oct 1, 2011 at 8:46Oct 1, 2011
I have a used 2008/2009 Marzocchi Roco Air TST-R that's in perfect working condition. It is 8.5" x 2.5". The shock offers rebound adjustment as well as 4 different ride settings from descent to climb. Great rear shock for the 1st generation Nomad, which it's coming off of. It works perfectly but I decided to go with a slightly longer rear shock (8.75") on my bike. I will include the mounting bolts, which fits the Santa Cruz Nomad. For reference, I weigh 180lbs and my Nomad is my "big" bike, so it does not log many miles on it. I'm asking $175 or best offer. Buyer pays for shipping and I will only sell ship to Paypal verified users. Email me with any questions.
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Oct 1, 2011 at 8:41Oct 1, 2011