Aug 2, 2019 at 14:03Aug 2, 2019
I recently sold my Trek Slash so I no longer need this shock. It's a 2018 Fox DHX2 Factory shock, that is metric 230x60mm. It comes with all of the mounting hardware to put it on a Trek Slash, as well as a 650lb SLS spring, a 600lb steel spring, and a 650lb steel spring. The shock had a factory service at the beginning of the season, and has had minimal riding on it since then because I've been on a different bike for this whole season.
Apr 23, 2019 at 8:35Apr 23, 2019
Selling my 2018 Trek Slash, size XL. The bike started life as a 9.7 complete but I upgraded almost all of the major components. The upgrades on the bike are: Fork: 160mm Fox 36 RC2 Performance Elite Shifter: Shimano XTR 11spd Derailleur: Shimano XT Med Cage 11spd Cassette: Shimano XT 11-46t Cranks: Race Face Turbine Cinch 170mm Chainring: Race Face Cinch 32t Brakes: Hope Tech 3 E4 Front and Rear Rotors: Hope Floating 203 front, 180mm rear Dropper Lever: Wolf Tooth Grips: DMR Death Grips (worn but still tacky) Top Cap: K-Edge Garmin Mount The rest of the components on the bike are stock. The DHX2 is not included in the sale price (the bike will come with a brand new Super Deluxe), but can be added in for an extra $400 (includes SLS and steel springs). The wheels and tires on the bike have very little use because I ran a set of i9s all season and only used the stock Bontrager ones as a backup wheel set. The tires have 95% of the tread left, and the rims have a few dings in them but they spin straight and hold air fine. The bike has the scrapes and nicks you’d expect with a full season’s of riding with three exceptions. There is a good amount of heel rub on the drive side chain stay, but it’s an alloy stay so no worries there. Also the shuttle guard on the down tube got ripped off by the cabriolet lift at Mountain Creek and it took a bit of paint with it. This has been like this for the majority of the time I owned the bike and never gave me any issues. Finally a rock took a chunk out of the seat post clamp but it’s strictly cosmetic, the stanchion somehow didn’t get hit at all. The suspension on the bike is in great shape, serviced regularly with no marks on the stanchions. As mentioned above, the DHX2 is not included in the price of the bike and it will come with a brand new Super Deluxe. The dropper is only a month old, as I ran a Fox Transfer on the bike all season. Happy to ship anywhere in the country, buyer pays shipping and 3% PayPal fees. Local pickup in the Philadelphia area also available, or I can bring it to any of the ESC Enduros this year.
May 19, 2018 at 12:25May 19, 2018
Selling my 2015 Trek Session 88 because I won't have any time to use it this summer with my busy schedule. The bike has a custom build: Frame: 2015 Session 88 XL Fork: Sr Suntour RUX R2C2 Damper (HSC/LSC, High/Low Speed Rebound) Shock: Fox Factory DHX2 (HSC/LSC, Rebound, Bottom out adjust) w/ Kashima coat, 500lb coil Wheels: DT Swiss FR2150 12x157mm rear, 20x110mm front Front Tire: Maxxis Minion DHF 27.5x2.5 DH Casing Rear Tire: Bontrager G4 Team Issue 27.5x2.3 DH Casing Shifter: Shimano Saint Derailleur: Shimano Saint Brakes: Shimano Saint Rotors: Shimano Ice Tech XT Pads: Shimano Saint HO3C Ice Tech Bars: Gravity Riser Stem: Gravity 50mm Saddle: Fizik Tundra Cranks: Truvativ Descendant Chaiguide: MRP G3 Chainring: Race Face 38t Also included is: Set of 0 offset fork crowns Bontrager Evoke Saddle Extra matching derailleur cable housing Maxxis Minion DHF 27.5x2.5 DH Casing Bontrager G4 Team Issue 27.5x2.3 DH Casing The bike is in awesome shape and has been very well kept. Just before taking pictures I put brand new pads and rotors on, and gave the brakes a fresh bleed. Tires are setup tubeless and the bike is ready to ride! Pedals aren't included (DMR V Twin) but could be negotiated into the deal. I'm hoping to sell the bike before I move in June, so I'm open to offers but please no lowballs and no trades.
Mar 11, 2018 at 11:07Mar 11, 2018
Selling a pair of brand new take off SRAM Guide R brakes. Also included is a set of 200/180mm SRAM Centerline rotors and a pair of 20mm post mount adapters. The brakes come off an XL Slash so there should be plenty of line to fit any bike out there. These brakes have exactly 0 miles on them. I'll also include a brand new Stealth-a-majig for the rear brake. Price does not include shipping or PayPal fees and please don't offer me any trades.
Mar 11, 2018 at 10:50Mar 11, 2018
Selling my 2017 Transition Patrol alloy frame, the specs are: Frame: Transition Patrol Alloy, size XL Fork: Fox Factory 36 RC2 currently set up with 20mm TA, has kit for 15mm TA Shock: Rockshox SuperDelux Wheels: Easton ARC 27 rims laced up to Industry 9 Torch hubs 20x100mm and 12x142mm spacing, XD driver Brakes: Shimano XT Rotors: Shimano SLX rotors Derailleur: Shimano XT Shifter: Shimano XTR Cassette: Shimano 11-42 Crankset: Race Face Atlas 175mm Chainring: Absolute Black 32t oval Chain: SRAM PC1110 Bars: Race Face SixC Carbon bars, cut down 10mm Stem: Race Face Atlas 50mm Grips: Ergon GE1 Dropper: KS Lev Integra 150mm Saddle: WTB Volt 142mm BB: Race Face Cinch Headset: Cane Creek 40 Tires: e13 TRSR/TRS+ So let's start with the negatives of the bike. The frame shows wear from a season of riding, I ride where there's a lot of loose rocks and the downtube shows that. There's a dent in the downtube that I tried to show in pictures, but it doesn't show up that well. Its about the size of a quarter and happened on one of my first rides on the bike but doesn't impact the frame performance or strength at all. There is also some shuttle rash on the downtube as well. The drive side rocker link and seat stay had an unfortunate encounter with a cassette while shipping the bike out to Moab and you can see the extent of the damage on the link. It's purely cosmetic. There is a bit of heel rub on both chain stays, but not a ton. The rear shock hasn't been serviced, and ideally should be serviced. That being said, it's very smooth and works fine, but I'd recommend it none the less. With that out of the way, let's get to the good things about the bike. First of all, it has a bunch of new parts on it. The following parts are brand new with zero miles on them: Cassette Chain Rotors Adapters Pads Rear brake line Shifter cable The fork was serviced about 25 hours ago, and the headset and bottom bracket were replaced around the same time. I'll also do a fresh bleed on the brakes before I ship it out, so you'll be ready roll when you get it. The dropper post had it's cartridge replaced at the beginning of 2017 and has been problem free. The cassette driver on the wheels has about 50 miles on it, if that, and the wheels spin smoothly and very true. The suspension pivots move nice and smoothly and probably have another full season on them. The fork and shock stanchions are perfect and have no marks on them at all. The pictures show the bike without a rear brake lever, but that's only because I didn't want it leaking fluid on the bike while I'm waiting for the new hose to come in. Other than that, the bike comes with everything you see in the pictures. I'm happy to answer any questions you may have about the bike, and if you're near Philly I'm happy to show the bike in person. Price does not include shipping or PayPal fees, and please don't offer me any trades.
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Feb 21, 2018 at 6:13Feb 21, 2018
For sale is a brand new 2018 RockShox Yari RC Solo Air 160mm Boost 29". This was a take off and was never ridden. Fork has just under 8" of steerer tube left and will come with a star nut already set in the steerer. Front axle spacing is 15x110 QR. Happy to answer any questions you have, price does not include shipping.
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Feb 12, 2018 at 19:11Feb 12, 2018
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Nov 6, 2017 at 7:41Nov 6, 2017
Selling a set of Easton Heist 27 wheels. The hub spacing is 15x100 front and 12x142 rear, with a Shimano 10/11spd freehub. The front rim is in great condition, spins true, and only has a few minor nicks and dings in it. The one close up is indicative of the worst nick on the front rim. The rear rim is in rough shape. It spins decently true, but has a few small flat spots in it, and a few dents in the bead of the rim. It holds air tubeless, but realistically it would need to be replaced for long term use. Both hubs are in awesome shape, bearings spin really smoothly, and the rear hub engages well. Don't hesitate to reach out with any questions. Willing to ship at buyer's expense, asking 125 OBO
Nov 6, 2017 at 7:33Nov 6, 2017
For sale is a 2016 Fox 34 Factory Float Fit4 150mm fork with 15x100mm spacing. The good: Fork has been regularly serviced Fork hasn't been ridden in 6 months Fork has almost 8" of steerer left, so it will fit almost any frame Damper works great Body of fork is in outstanding condition The bad: Rebound adjust knob is snapped off and requires install of new rebound adjust shaft. I spoke to Push about this and they said it would only cost $35 on top of their standard damper tune. There is a series of small scratches on the one stanchion. They don't affect the seals, and no oil gets past them. Really they are more cosmetic than anything, but I've got to make note of it Aside from the few issues mentioned with the fork, it is in awesome working order. This is a perfect candidate for someone to buy and send off to Push (or your preferred suspension tuner) and be have a Push tuned fork for a fraction of the cost of a brand new one. Asking 250 OBO, will ship at buyer's expense