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    2003 Avalanch 2.0

    How much is a new frame worth? It was built up but not ridden more than a mile.

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    I'd say $150 max being you can buy a 2008 complete bike for less than $450

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    I was offered $40 buy a guy because he ther is an '07 on CL that has been ridden "4 or 5 times". I don't even remember what I paid for it. I don't really need it and I need to clear out my stash for the sake of room and my sanity, but I don't want to short myself.

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    $40 eh? Well I'll give you $50
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    ^^^^^^^
    if i ever dump it you'll be the first to know

    crazy right? that was even with a new XTR (m960) on it. i know it's not the creme' de la creme' of frames but dang!

    btw,

    does it take a 80mm or 100mm fork?

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    I have a 100mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by blak_byke
    ^^^^^^^
    if i ever dump it you'll be the first to know

    crazy right? that was even with a new XTR (m960) on it. i know it's not the creme' de la creme' of frames but dang!

    btw,

    does it take a 80mm or 100mm fork?

    The Avalanche frames are pretty damn good. They are nice and stiff, light, tough as nails, they also have shorter than average top tube lengths which make them wicked bikes for tight technical trails.

    On my 2003 I ran a Reba Air U-Turn which went from 80mm-115mm. The bike is a good handler at 100mm, around 80 it handles fast, at 115 it was on the slow side. My '08 has a 100mm fork, I'd say go for 100mm, they seem to handle best with that IMO.
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