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    WTB - Looking for a large 26" Endorphin frame

    Guys

    With everybody going 6-fiddy-B, getting a 26" Endo may be within reach.

    Having the Podium and a Endo would be the perfect pair here in Ontario.
    So, if I sell my stash - a RM slayer 50, a Delirium-T, and the Delirium...
    I should be able to pick up a used Endo

    I want to hold onto the Delirium as long as possible - love this bike, but honestly, with a Podium and Endo, there is really nothing anywhere even remotely close by that would require its ability to climb and rock the dh. Locally, big bike or trail bike is all that is required. Some would say the Endo is too much for our local flatland...

    So, if anybody has a line on a 13 or 14 large Endo let me know.
    (prefer CCDBA-cs)

    Thanks all - Cheers!

    michael
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    Knolly:
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    Delirium
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    RM Slayer . . .

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    2014 Knolly Endorphin For Sale

    seller is asking $900 w/ CCDBA CS

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyeBokeh View Post
    2014 Knolly Endorphin For Sale

    seller is asking $900 w/ CCDBA CS

    The seller is in the US, I'm in Canukistan. Seller indicates US only.
    Have sent the question - awaiting an answer.

    Thanks for the shout

    michael
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    Knolly:
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    Delirium
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    RM Slayer . . .

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    I know someone with a Medium, but that probably doesn't help you.
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    At 6'2", not really a medium kind of guy.
    But thanks-you for the thought.

    michael
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    Knolly:
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    Delirium
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    RM Slayer . . .

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    OK

    Pinkbike guy will ship to Canada, but I need to do the legwork.

    So, what is the best method of getting it up here?
    As well, anybody have a cost idea on shipping?

    ...and so it begins...

    Hopefully it will work out within budget.

    michael
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    Knolly:
    Podium Mk.II
    Endorphin Mk.II
    Delirium
    Delirium-T
    RM Slayer . . .

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    Any chance of getting it shipped to the border and going across and picking it up? That will be your best bet in terms of keeping shipping low. Using UPS/FEDEX etc is a bit of a crapshoot in my opinion. It could come through with no fees, or you could get killed on brokerage.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHROMAG19 View Post
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    I was almost all over this, but it is a US shop.
    With the exchange the way it is - puts it way over budget.
    Cheers for the lead.

    michael
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    Knolly:
    Podium Mk.II
    Endorphin Mk.II
    Delirium
    Delirium-T
    RM Slayer . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    Any chance of getting it shipped to the border and going across and picking it up? That will be your best bet in terms of keeping shipping low. Using UPS/FEDEX etc is a bit of a crapshoot in my opinion. It could come through with no fees, or you could get killed on brokerage.

    Good luck!
    Ya, its a thought, setting something up with a drop box or even a freight forwarder...but that adds even more cost and complexity.
    Brokerage should not be an issue if the correct shipping product is selected.
    (If you choose badly, expect 25% brokerage on top of the total of all other fees...)
    Quite a lot of the time, USPS is the best choice....no brokerage and a 8 buck fee at Canada post for parcel processing....

    cheers

    michael
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    Knolly:
    Podium Mk.II
    Endorphin Mk.II
    Delirium
    Delirium-T
    RM Slayer . . .

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    Success!!

    The blue one mentioned above on pinkbike is now mine.

    Now I just gotta sell some stuff...but for a short while I will have 4 Knollies!!
    But will have to parse that down to a more reasonable 2, MkII Podium and MkII Endorphin.

    Stoked but sad...

    Thanks for all the help guys!

    michael
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    A Knomer since 2007.

    Knolly:
    Podium Mk.II
    Endorphin Mk.II
    Delirium
    Delirium-T
    RM Slayer . . .

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