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    broken FS 26er - what to do with parts?

    i have a 2009 Ellsworth Truth. Broke the frame. I have a replacement bike so want to get maximum $ for this one. Can weld it (friend is a TIG welder and can fix it) but I don't think it will sell as a welded bike. Parts are good, but I don't need them right now - I already have a spare bike. Can I get anything for 26er parts? XT/XTR, Crossmax, Reba? Or, would I be better off putting it all on a new frame and selling it as a complete bike?

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    List what parts you've got going and I may consider, I've taken my old Iron Horse down to frame alone and I am looking for parts to give it a refurb!
    Marc

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    from memory. so need to confirm

    2009 Rock Shock Reba
    XTR rear derailleur, rear derailleur has new pulleys
    XT (maybe XTR?) fr. derailleur
    XT brakes (probably keeping these if I part it out)
    Cross Max wheels, mounted tubeless w/specialized fast trax/ground control
    XT 9 speed cranks/cassette/chain - less than 200 miles on it
    XT shifters

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