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PostPosted: Fri Apr 08, 2011 2:10 pm 
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Looking for a modern late noughties (say 2006 onwards) XC hardtail complete bike. Need a large frame size (approx 19"). Would prefer disc brakes. Any brand considered. WHY?


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 9:10 am 
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 Post subject: 2010 Build -
PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 10:54 am 
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Large Sintesi 707 fresh build not ridden yet

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I built this bike last year was made up from spares a few new parts

New parts:
Cross ride wheels
Frame
Xlite stem
Deore Bbrakes
FSA HT2 chainset - gamma drive
XT Rear Mech
XT Rear Cassette
LX F-mech
FSA seat post
FSA riser bars
hope allen bolt seat post clamp
token headset
Fizik Nisene Ti saddle
Deore Shifters
MAxis advantage front tire

Used parts
Conti Verticle protection rear tire
Recon forks
lock on grips
shimano chain (park wear tool wont go into it yet)
XTR 180 front rotor
hope 160 rear rotor

As it stands It owes me £600 but I could get it down to £450 for you as follows

Swap XT R- mech for SLX (new)
Swap XT cassette for Sram pg970 11-34 (new)
swap nisene saddle for new WTB


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 10:58 am 
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 Post subject: Re: 2010 Build -
PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 11:15 am 
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Ihatemud wrote:
Large Sintesi 707 fresh build not ridden yet


Thanks for the offer but still a little rich for me even at £450, budget is £400 max and no more I'm afraid.


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rightho - in addition to the down spec items for £450 I could also downspec the stem and red stackers for black ones and a black 100 stem for £400 cash on collection

Swindon. Wiltshire


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Ihatemud wrote:
rightho - in addition to the down spec items for £450 I could also downspec the stem and red stackers for black ones and a black 100 stem for £400 cash on collection

Swindon. Wiltshire


Had a think and I've decided that it's not the right bike for me and collection from Swindon would be difficult for me. Thanks again for the offer.

Still looking for the right bike.


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