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    MoJo Mother Superior notyal's Avatar
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    Most of the stuff you need to build a bike

    Check out my craigslist post for pictures. Here are the words I wrote there.
    Partial 29er build kit - Chris King, Fox, XTR/XT

    I was planning to build up a frame with all this stuff, but ended up buying a complete bike instead. All you would need is a frame, crankset, stem, and a few odds and ends for a really nice build. I'd love to sell this a complete package, but I will list individual prices and will make a deal on multiple items. I'm open to offers, but I feel that my prices are pretty fair (so don't low-ball me). Add it all up, I'm asking $1030 for all of it if bought individually. But if you buy it all together, I'm only asking $850. (There are Chris King wheels on ebay that go for more than that.)

    Chris King 29er wheelset ($500) - 15mm thru axle in front, standard QR in rear. From what I understand, these can be converted to 142mm thru axle in rear, XD driver, or whatever you need. The front is laced to a Stan's Arch rim and the rear is a WTB Frequency i23 (comparable to a Flow), built locally by one of the best mechanics in town. Taped and valved for tubeless.

    Fox F29 fork ($175) - 100mm of travel. 15mm thru axle, tapered steerer with about 6.75". I has some scuffs to the lowers, but the stanchions are perfect.

    XT brakes and XT/XTR drivetrain ($275) - 1x10, I-Spec clamp to keep the cockpit clean. XT brakes are a favorite just about everyone. I'll even throw in the Ice Tech floating rotors that retail for $30 each (on sale). XT shifter mated to an XTR Shadow + (clutch) rear derailleur for light weight and precise shifting. XT cassette and a Sram PC-1050 chain with quick link. I will not split up the brakes and drivetrain because of the I-Spec clamp.

    Answer ProTaper Enduro Carbon 720 20/20 Handlebar ($80) - Hand pain? Numbness? This could be your Answer (pun intended). These are 720mm wide, 20* sweep, 20* rise/drop (reversible), 31.8mm clamp, and light as hell. Read some reviews: ANSWER XC Enduro 720 20-20 Carbon Bar | Chain Reaction Cycles

    Everything listed here has been ridden, but kept clean and well maintained.
    "living today like it is the first day of the rest of my week"

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    MoJo Mother Superior notyal's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by notyal View Post
    Check out my craigslist post for pictures. Here are the words I wrote there.
    Partial 29er build kit - Chris King, Fox, XTR/XT

    I was planning to build up a frame with all this stuff, but ended up buying a complete bike instead. All you would need is a frame, crankset, stem, and a few odds and ends for a really nice build. I'd love to sell this a complete package, but I will list individual prices and will make a deal on multiple items. I'm open to offers, but I feel that my prices are pretty fair (so don't low-ball me). Add it all up, I'm asking $1030 for all of it if bought individually. But if you buy it all together, I'm only asking $850. (There are Chris King wheels on ebay that go for more than that.)

    Chris King 29er wheelset ($500) - 15mm thru axle in front, standard QR in rear. From what I understand, these can be converted to 142mm thru axle in rear, XD driver, or whatever you need. The front is laced to a Stan's Arch rim and the rear is a WTB Frequency i23 (comparable to a Flow), built locally by one of the best mechanics in town. Taped and valved for tubeless.

    Fox F29 fork ($175) - 100mm of travel. 15mm thru axle, tapered steerer with about 6.75". I has some scuffs to the lowers, but the stanchions are perfect.

    XT brakes and XT/XTR drivetrain ($275) - 1x10, I-Spec clamp to keep the cockpit clean. XT brakes are a favorite just about everyone. I'll even throw in the Ice Tech floating rotors that retail for $30 each (on sale). XT shifter mated to an XTR Shadow + (clutch) rear derailleur for light weight and precise shifting. XT cassette and a Sram PC-1050 chain with quick link. I will not split up the brakes and drivetrain because of the I-Spec clamp.

    Answer ProTaper Enduro Carbon 720 20/20 Handlebar ($80) - Hand pain? Numbness? This could be your Answer (pun intended). These are 720mm wide, 20* sweep, 20* rise/drop (reversible), 31.8mm clamp, and light as hell. Read some reviews: ANSWER XC Enduro 720 20-20 Carbon Bar | Chain Reaction Cycles

    Everything listed here has been ridden, but kept clean and well maintained.
    Bump. Make an offer. I'm going to have the put this stuff on ebay soon. I'd prefer to sell local.
    "living today like it is the first day of the rest of my week"

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    MoJo Neophyte classiccycling's Avatar
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    When we are talking about brand, I would like to suggest Giordana 2016.

    Giordana launches new different cycling Trade FR-C Short Sleeve Jersey is constructed of premium level materials, each fabric strategically utilized to create an extremely lightweight, breathable and race ready piece.

    If you ride in the winter the 2016 Giordana Trade "Heritage 1988" FR-C Short Sleeve Jersey are awesome.

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