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Mar 15, 2017 at 8:12
Mar 15, 2017

Devinci Troy Carbon w/ Monarch RT3 & Reverb 150

$1700 USD
For sale is a size large carbon fiber Troy frame. Included are the stock rear shock, headset, seatpost, axle, and cable routing doors. The frame was built in late May and ridden through December as my primary mtb. The clearcoat chips that come with mtb do exist, most notably the clear coat scratch on the top tube and another on left seat stay. They've both been there for awhile and aren't structural. Overall the frame is in great condition. The shock was only used on 2 rides and swapped for a Fox. It is mint. The headset has recently replaced bearings and is good to go. The seatpost works well. It is a 150mm travel reverb, with the left/under lever. Not shown in the photos are all new cable routing doors. Bearings are all recently replaced, with a new rear thru axle.

Feb 28, 2017 at 22:10
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terashred vernonfelton's article
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