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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 9:31 pm 
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I'm sure it's an American built frame and the Judy xc's were one of the first sets in the country.

I was purchased from the North West Mountian bike centre as a custom build so the spec is not standard. The group set was LX but it has grip shift x-rays and different brakes.

A bit late, I see it's on eBay now... I'll guess at it ending over £150.

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It is an 'Intruder STX 7000' according to the stickers, 16" 'Astro 7005 series' aluminium frame... full STX set, except for the front hub (joytech).

Might make £40 on eBay, mainly based on the forks.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2012 2:02 pm 
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Marin Bear Valley, the guy that wants me to sell it says he thinks he bought it in maybe 1996? What's it worth the scratch on the bear valley is the worst mark apart from the bar ends where he had it leant in his garage and wheeled in and out for the last 15 years and barely ridden it- it's in very very good nic, full STX RC 8 speed


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:17 pm 
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selling some CK bits.. (all pictured)
any idea what they'll fetch?

NOS Sour Apple hubset on RhynoLites and an assortment of headsets including Steelset, Ti, Sour Apple, Purple, couple Turquoise...
it's all for a fundraiser so hopefully they can bring in a decent fare


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:21 pm 
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smashford wrote:
Marin Bear Valley, the guy that wants me to sell it says he thinks he bought it in maybe 1996?

Pretty sure it's a 1999: http://www.bikepedia.com/QuickBike/BikeSpecs.aspx?Year=1999&Brand=Marin&Model=Bear%20Valley&Type=bike#.UJAaY1JTevi

Should make the thick end of £100 if cleaned up and well advertised.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 1:34 pm 
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lrh wrote:
smashford wrote:
Marin Bear Valley, the guy that wants me to sell it says he thinks he bought it in maybe 1996?

Pretty sure it's a 1999: http://www.bikepedia.com/QuickBike/BikeSpecs.aspx?Year=1999&Brand=Marin&Model=Bear%20Valley&Type=bike#.UJAaY1JTevi

Should make the thick end of £100 if cleaned up and well advertised.


ok cheers - he was well wrong with his date estimations hey! if it wasn't so big I'd be having it myself maybe one for ebay


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:44 pm 
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I'm probably going to have to sell a couple of bikes/frames. I have a Bontrager Ti Lite and a late (trek made) Privateer. Any help with a valuation on these would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 10:58 pm 
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Could someone tell me how much interest/value there might be in this part built-up K2/Proflex 5500c with Pace RC-36 forks?

The RC-36 forks have gold coloured stantions in good order (one has gone more like silver colour at the bottom)
5500c frame with Risse racing shock and Risse pump
XTR v-brakes
Remaining parts to complete, various grades not all XTR
Syncros headset
FC-MC36 175 cranks
Outland Racing stem and flat System Components 6061 bars
New bb
Plus a couple of parts that are out of keeping with the rest - new Brand-X wheels, Push seatpost and Selle Royal Blast seat



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PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:35 am 
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hello, what do you think about this frame , specialized s'works M2XX, size 19, in vgc ?

just for the frame !

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:15 pm 
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Location: Completely in the dark, thanks to me good mate Terry....
With some reluctance it's looking as though my MTB may be up for sale soon - I've only used it once or twice since the spring, and don't really get on with the riding position or the "feel" of the machine, concluding that straight handlebars and huge 26" tyres aren't for me. :(

As such I'm looking to get a feel for what it might fetch. The frame is some sort of mid-late 1990s butted steel Marin affair - the headtube is 1 1/8" if that helps to date it - repainted red by Cougar and as such bearing their decals (although the rear dropouts still bear the Marin stamp); it's in OK condition with the usual minor scratches & scuffs plus a couple of slight "dings" in the top tube. Gear cables are down-tube routed, there are 2 pairs of bottle bosses and the frame also has rear mudguard and rack mounts. Forks are Manitou Answer 4 and the headset is a no-name alloy cartridge bearing job which I only bought about 2 years back. The rest of the component spec is as follows:

Shimano Deore XT 8-speed rear & triple front derailleurs
SRAM/Sachs Neos twist-shifters
Unbranded alloy bars, Sachs handgrips
Saracen TIG-welded steel stem
Dia-Compe Direct Pull 7 brake levers
Shimano Alivio canti brakes with Fibrax blocks
Tatty-looking Selle Italia black Flite Ti-railed saddle
Selcof single-bolt microadjust seatpin - slightly too small and shimmed to fit with thin stainless strip.
SR 110BCD 175mm triple crankset, 46/36/26 rings (mix of Vuelta, Stronglight & SR)
Time ATAC Alium clipless pedals
Stronglight JP400 sealed BB unit (plastic cups)
Extras: Zefal plastic mini-pump & Velocity silver alloy bottle cage

As well as the seat pillar being shimmed, this bike has two other more significant issues. Firstly, one of the crank arms has seized on to the BB spindle, although since the BB itself is still in good order, this wouldn't be a short term problem and the drivetrain runs well. Secondly, you may have spotted in all of the above that there is no mention of a wheelset, since this will be dismantled and its Hope hubset used in another project I have up my sleeve!

In a nutshell, then, based on all of the above, if anyone has a suggestion for a sensible asking price for my wheel-less steel hardtail, it'd be much appreciated. Thanks in advance for advice!

David


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2012 4:13 pm 
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OBD wrote:
selling some CK bits.. (all pictured)
any idea what they'll fetch?

NOS Sour Apple hubset on RhynoLites and an assortment of headsets including Steelset, Ti, Sour Apple, Purple, couple Turquoise...
it's all for a fundraiser so hopefully they can bring in a decent fare


Interested to know when these would be up for grabs. .


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