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    Sell lefty RZ One Twenty as parts or complete?

    Hi guys – I'm selling my 2010 Cannondale (lefty) RZ One Twenty 3 on ebay and wondered if I’d get more for it as parts or as a complete bike?

    I would have sold it whole but the box I have is too small (damn lefty fork sticks out, heard it’s a pain disassembling the lefty fork and putting it back together) so I’ve been forced to consider selling as parts. I could get a bigger box from my LBS but the one they already gave me was considered ‘very large’ by them.

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    Maybe ship the fork compressed with almost no pressure?
    Lead by my Lefty............... right down the trail, no brakes.

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    Depends on what your componentry is like. If its high end upgraded stuff, there will be a market for it and you might recoup 50% of value if stuff is newish. 3 yo OE components will not fetch much. Parting is also time-consuming and labor intensive.

    But just removing a Lefty is very easy to do - its loosening 2 bolts and driving the steerer tube out.

    Deflate the Lefty and box the bike for sale and be done.
    '95 M2 StumpJumper FS
    '11 Cannondale RZ 120-two

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    Thanks guys, deflating the fork worked a treat, I can now eBay it.

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