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Dec 9, 2018 at 15:35
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DT Swiss EX 1501 25mm (front)

$150 USD
Not sure on the year, think 2016. This is standard 100 spacing (non-boost). Wheel is in good shape. 240 hubs spin well. Had no issues with this wheel. I've just moved on to boost spacing so it's been collecting dust, finally getting around to unloading my non-boost wheels. Currently set up for center lock rotors, but pretty sure I've still got the conversion set the wheel came with from DT Swiss, allowing you to use 6-bolt rotors. Tire not included. Local pick-up only because I'd prefer buyer to see in person before buying. Shoot me a note if you have any questions. Thanks, Tom

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Dec 9, 2018 at 15:26
3 days

DT Swiss EX 1501, 30mm (front)

$175 USD
Not sure on the year, think 2016. This is standard 100 spacing (non-boost). Wheel is in good shape. 240 hubs spin well. Had no issues with this wheel. I've just moved on to boost spacing so it's just sitting in the garage collecting dust. Mounted up with a Magic Mary which I'll include if you're interested (still got some tread left). Also, currently set up for center lock rotors, but pretty sure I've still got the conversion set the wheel came with from DT Swiss, allowing you to use 6-bolt rotors. Local pick-up only because I'd prefer buyer to see in person before buying. Shoot me a note if you have any questions. Thanks, Tom

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Jun 9, 2018 at 15:46
Jun 9, 2018
Selling
Jun 9, 2018 at 15:35
Jun 9, 2018

Norco Range with Monarch Plus and 160 Pike

$1200 USD
Just purchased a new bike, so selling my old one. I swapped a bunch of parts over, so just selling frame w/shock, fork, and dropper post. I purchased the bike new in 2016 from Fanatik bike shop in Bellingham, WA, and rode it for two years. Most of it was covered with clear helicopter tape, which I pulled off. It does show signs of use, with scratches and scuffing in usual/expected spots (see photos for notable examples). I just had the fork fully serviced in November, 2018 (lower, damper, air cartridge), so it's in great shape (I have the paperwork). Otherwise, bike was working great when I stopped riding it. Here is a link to the frame specs from the Norco site: https://www.norco.com/bike-archives/2015/range-c-71/ Here are some details of what's included: Frame: Carbon with alloy chainstay (160 travel) Shock: Rockshox Monarch Plus RC3 Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 160 solo air, standard (non-boost) spacing (steerer tube cut to 16.5 cm; room for a couple spacers under stem) Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb 150, with a couple scratches near seat clamp (zero impact on performance). Works great; but you'll need a new hose and remote button. Bottom bracket: Pressfit 92 (it's got a Race Face BB installed, but it needs to be replaced). Headset: Cane Creek 40 I left the rear brake and shifter housing in the frame, to help with internal cable routing. If you have any questions or would like to see more pictures, just let me know! Tom

Selling
Aug 31, 2017 at 8:31
Aug 31, 2017

FOX Float DPS Factory

$230 USD
This is a "like new" shock that I recently purchased (early August) and decided not to use. It saw literally one hour of use on my bike before I pulled it off. It's got DU bushings installed, not the standard FOX nylon bushings. It's just a spacing issue. DU bushings matched up better with the mounting hardware for my frame (Norco Range). Super easy to swap back out for FOX nylon bushings if you like. Otherwise, exactly as I bought, in original packaging. Size is 8.5 x 2.5. It's in mint condition. If you have any questions just let me know. Thanks, Tom

Selling
Jun 29, 2016 at 15:38
Jun 29, 2016

RockShox Lyrik RC2 DH 170 dual position solo air

$200 USD
I had this fork on a Norco Range for a couple years before swapping it out for a Pike to save weight. The fork shows signs of cosmetic wear, which I tried to document in the photos. The stanchions are are in near-perfect condition; just one very minor blemish (see close-up photo) which I mention only for the sake of full-disclosure. The action was buttery smooth when I pulled it off my bike about a year ago. It had a recent oil change and wiper-seal replacement; probably about 30 hours on it after that. One of the bolts on the lowers (can't remember which one) was a bit sticky when I did the last oil change, so you'll just want to be careful when removing and threading the bolt. Again, not a big deal but figure worth mentioning. Also, the rebound dial came off on a ride (quite common with this generation RockShox; dumb design), so I bought a replacement, which fell of again on the first ride! Now I just set rebound with an long allen key and don't bother with the knob. Happy to include it if you like. The travel adjust brings it down to around 140 I think (or 130). Otherwise, the fork also has high and low-speed compression settings. Oh, and 20mm thru axle! 35 mm stanchions. Steerer tube cut to 19.5 cm. Think that covers it. If you have any questions let me know. This is a killer fork if you're still rocking a 26er AM rig and want to beef up your front end. It's plush and stiff. Thanks, Tom

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Mar 16, 2016 at 8:47
Mar 16, 2016
Selling
Mar 16, 2016 at 8:46
Mar 16, 2016

Maxxis HR II 27.5 x 2.3 3C/EXO/TR - Brand new set

$100 USD
Selling brand new Highrollers that I pulled off a new Norco Range. They were mounted on a floor bike, so may have been ridden around the block a few times, but that's it. As you can see from the close-up photo, these tires still have the little rubber "hairs" on the center knobs, so good as new. Selling the pair for $100 shipped to your door anywhere in the lower 48.

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Mar 14, 2016 at 13:36
Mar 14, 2016
Selling
Mar 14, 2016 at 13:31
Mar 14, 2016

Norco Range, lots of upgrades

$1900 USD
Selling my 2012 Norco Range. I've absolutely loved this bike, but time to move on to 27.5, so hoping to find it a new home. It's super stable at speed and really playful. Also a great climber. Weighs in at right around 27.5 lbs (w/o pedals); not too shabby for an allow 160 travel enduro rig. Pretty much everything has been upgraded. Here are the details: Rock Shox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 160 (only about 6 months old, in great shape other than one scuff at the bottom of one of the lowers - see pic). Rock Shox Monarch R shock (a few years old, but works great) SRAM X1 crank, 32 tooth (brand new, never used!) XTR cassette, 11-36 10 speed (about 6 months old) Renthal Flatbar Lite, 740, 20mm rise (brand new) Renthal Duo stem, 50mm (brand new) Shimano XT brakes (only 6 months old, great shape) 160/180 Shimano rotors, also about 6 months old DT Swiss Spline One XM 1501 wheels (super awesome and light, bought new about one year ago) Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 3C EXO front Maxxis Minion DHR 2.3 3C EXO rear (both tires set up tubeless with Stans sealant) Rock Shox Reverb dropper (125mm), only a few months old! WTB Volt saddle (brand new) Shimano XT RD with clutch (about 6 months old) Think that covers it. This bike is sick, so if you're not too hung up on wheel size and just wanna have FUN, it's got your name on it. Let me know if you have any questions! I'm in Portland, OR. Tom

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