Added 2 photos to Kona
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Posting as a feeler. If she doesn't sell by the time I get back from overseas, my oldest kid will get her. I bought the frame from a member on here and built her up for this next year. She's been ridden in the parking lot for about 200-300 yards only. She's 99% new...ok maybe 98%. Bar end caps are not included...I'll install some simple plastic ones. As I mentioned above, I'm currently overseas in the sandbox and will be back CONUS around 10 March. II'll post more pics at that time. I head BACK overseas on 27 March...which is the day I'll pull her off the market. Price is firm and includes insured shipping via UPS anywhere in the lower 48. Selling to fund a 2016-2017 Bronson... Frame: 2016 Kona Process in size XL. Frame was disassembled/reassembled by my LBS. Powder-coated grey with new decals and head tube badge installed. All pivot bearings were inspected and re-greased upon reassembly. Zero miles since. Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 bought used but in excellent shape. Full service with new seals. Lower fork legs painted by an auto body shop in VW titanium grey. MRP Ramp Control installed. Zero miles since. Shock: DVO Topaz which came with the frame. Sent in to DVO for a full rebuild. Zero miles since. Wheels: Raceface Aeffect 27.5 Wheelset. Zero miles. Tires: 27.5 x 2.3 Specialized Purgatory Control. Zero miles BB: Raceface. Zero miles Cranks: Raceface Aeffect Cinch 32T with 175mm arms with Raceface booties. Zero miles Cassette: SRAM XG1150 10/42. Zero miles Shifter: SRAM GX 11spd mounted on brake lever. Zero miles. Chain: KMC X11 DLC. Zero miles. Rear D: SRAM GX Long Cage. Zero miles. Petals: Raceface Chester. Zero miles. Seatpost: Fox Transfer. Zero Miles Lever: Wolftooth ReMote mounted to brake lever. Zero miles. Saddle: Raceface Atlas. Zero miles. Bars: Raceface Atlas. Bought used but in excellent shape. Grips: ODI Rogue Lock On. Zero miles Stem: Raceface Atlas 35mm. Zero miles. Headset: Cane Creek. Zero miles. Brakes: Hope Tech 3 E4. Zero miles. Discs: Shimano XT Ice-Tech. Zero miles. Brake Mounts: Shimano mounts F and R. Zero miles. Misc: All bolts (cage, shock, etc) and all cables are new.
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Aug 26, 2017 at 8:09Aug 26, 2017
Added 13 photos to Trailer
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Aug 24, 2017 at 6:45Aug 24, 2017
*RockyMount Racks - Only 2 stand up, 1 fork mount and 1 wheel holder are shown. The additional new stand up, 2 fork mount and additional wheel carrier are in the garage. It comes with a total of 6 bike carriers, although I'm guessing 4 is the max you could squeeze on here. 2015 Carry-On 3.5 x 5 Specialty Trailer (may actually be a 2016...I have to check the title) I bought this a few months ago and built it to haul bikes, camping gear, and offshore fishing gear. I am the original owner. I have over $2000 in the trailer and racks alone. I'm including all of the racks for you to choose which type you want to run....sell the parts you don't use. All parts, except the wheel holders, were bought new and have 1 vacation on them. We ran this trailer around 600 miles last week and up to 80mph on the highway. It was pulled behind a 4 cylinder VW and pulled just fine. It tracks perfectly and doesn't wander a bit. The trailer came with 750 lb springs, which I swapped for 500 lb springs. This really smoothed out the ride and got rid of most of the bounce you see on smaller trailers. After bringing her home, I did the following...all with newly purchased parts. - Sprayed her with truck bed liner (rattle can) - Attached new safety cables ($35) - Installed Pine planks which were varnished and cleared with multiple layers. Mounted to the deck with carriage bolts. ($50) - Installed a new spare tire carrier and a new spare tire ($70) - Switched out the lights for LEDs ($20) - Powder coated the wheels and added new lug nuts ($85) - Installed a custom ordered 6 rod holder to the front ($175) - Attached snow plow guides for rear view visibility ($10) - Added multiple tie down points and Yakima rain gutter simulators ($50) - Inno High Mount lockable rack bases and bars ($275) - Rocky Mount Tomahawk bike carriers (x3) with one still new in the box ($375) - Rocky Mount Jetline bike trays (x3) used once ($330) - Thule 593 Wheel Holders (x2) used ($75) *RockyMount Racks - Only 2 stand up, 1 fork mount and 1 wheel holder are shown. The additional new stand up, 2 fork mount and additional wheel carrier are in the garage. $1300 for everything $700 for just the trailer $500 for all 6 carriers and rack parts Text for more pics or info 540 six8six 2337
Added 19 photos to F29
Aug 23, 2017 at 19:10Aug 23, 2017
Aug 23, 2017 at 19:06Aug 23, 2017
2013 Cannondale F29 (Alloy) Size Large With Upgrades I purchased this bike used and immediately put it onto the stand for a tune-up and 1X conversion. I'm only selling it to fund a bike better suited to my needs.. She rolls perfect and runs lightning quick. I think she's built right and in great shape. A few small marks from average use, but no dents or dings whatsoever. After all of the rebuild, my trusted LBS gave her a once over, adjusted the mech and made sure everything ran well. Previous Upgrades: Carbon Lefty XLR With Remote Lockout - Fork was just completely service by Melton's including new needle bearings and seals Stan's No Tubes ZTR and Flow Wheels New parts with 3 days riding on them: Race Face Atlas Bars Race Face Strafe Lock On Grips Race Face Turbine Seatpost Race Face Chain-stay Guard Emgrate Carbon Bottle Cage Kustom Caps Sugar Skull Bar End Caps And Green Cage Bolts Various Replacement Bolts Around The Bike Xpedo MX-Force 3 Magnesium Platform Pedals Shimano XT Rear Skewer OPI -5 Degree OPI Stem With Recall Insert New Head Tube Bearings And Seals New 1 x 10 Conversion Done SRAM X9 Crankset Arms Wolf Tooth 36T Crank KMC X10SL Chain Sunrace Black 11-36 Cassette Shimano Saint M820 Rear Mech New Bottom Bracket Bearings And Seals Maxxis Ardent 2.25 Rear Tire $1100 without the saddle Text for more pics and questions. 540 six8six 2337