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    Paid Spam: Surly Moonlander 22" with grip shift


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    Bump, lots of questions. Keep'em coming. Cheap Moonlander

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    Reserve is off!

    Reserve is off!

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    Best of luck on the sale.

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    between bid and shipping it is already over dealer cost new...
    I LOVE ORANGE keep them coming, if I wanted to change I would have done it 50-60 years ago....

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    It is still as cheaper or cheaper than any sold on ebay. It is not cheaper than dealer cost with additions right now.

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    Just courious. Does it actualy cost you, a bike mechanic with access to free bike boxes, $200 to ship a broken down, packed, Moonlander?
    I LOVE ORANGE keep them coming, if I wanted to change I would have done it 50-60 years ago....

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    The shipping is at least that much. i just shipped my 21" mountain bike to AZ from Chicago for $186 ground. The bike boxes are not free, i purchase them from the owner. It is not broken down. It was my personal bike. I rode it. Feel free to pass on the purchase if the price does not meet your fancy. Thanks for your interest.

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    FYI
    Hunt/ask around, many shops now days discard boxes. Also you may be able to save a lot on shipping by breaking down the bikes into non oversized shipping containers(boxes).

    I just shipped a big old Schwinn weighing total of 80 lbs in 2 non oversized boxes for $108 FedEx Ground from MD to AZ.
    I LOVE ORANGE keep them coming, if I wanted to change I would have done it 50-60 years ago....

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    To all, If the shipping comes in for less, I will refund the difference. I believe in honest sales and full disclosure.

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    Also, to the seller and any other parties that may benefit from this, I use shipbikes.com for bike shipping, they ship via FedEx but get you like a bulk discount or something, and they are super affordable- when I sold my first Pugsley, I shipped it in a wider-than-your-typical-bike-box (I work at a car dealer, it was an OEM parts box) and shipping from PA to WA was $87, insured.

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    I've heard of that. I will def look into it. Thanks for the advice!

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    Paid Spam: Surly Moonlander 22" with grip shift

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    Reserve is off!
    You're welcome!
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