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    mongoose xr250

    hi everyone, i was given a xr250 but need a couple of parts for it, i need the rear shock and rear derailer, can anyone tell me where i can get these parts? origional or compatable replacements are fine, new or used (but good) doesnt matter any help is appreciated

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    Shimano

    I have a nice Shimano system that will work very well if you are interested.
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    how much

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    Front and back

    Both front and back for $20. Runs like new.
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    would you have the shifter brake controls too?

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    Grip Shift

    I have a set of Grip Shifters, the Shimano 200GS front and back derailuers and I think I even have a set of bar grips that are usable.

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    i was looking for the trigger shifters, how much for shipping to 88240

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    Trig

    My bad I do have a trigger shifter for it as well. Not sure what the shipping would be. I'm sure it isn't much even if I sent everything I have with it. I also have brake handles and cable for it all. These were left over from a job I did a while back and the customer never came back for it.
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    the trigger shifter i need is the 3 speed for front derailer, just out of curiosity how much for everything?

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    Trig

    Here is the shifter and it is compatible with 3 speed front and 7,8 or 9 rear. It is actually part of the kit that came with the derailuers. I can let the whole thing fly for lets say $30.00

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    the shifter i was looking for is a shifter and brake combo all in one unit

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    Hmm

    Never heard of that. This kit has brake handles for front an back. Do you have a pic of the old one? Maybe I can find one in my parts collection.
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    Looks like you found one! I can send the derailuers if you want.
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    I upgrade my from the Jensonusa.com it seem to have very good price on the rear detailleur, and it's only $11 but I have not get one yet, so I could not tell you it's good fit or not.
    Shimano Tourney RD-TX31 Rear Derailleur, but I did upgrade my Falcon Front derailleur to be using Shimano and it only cost me $6 Shimano LX M571 Front Derailleur
    Item #: FD707A01 and it seem to working well, but need old tire tube to fit it into your bike frame, and it's suppose to be using for 44 to 46 t Crank, but your bike only have 42 t and I did give it a try and it does work.
    I am try to find the size of the bottom bracket now, but I don't have the remove crank tool to allow me to measure it. Any if you know the size of the bottom bracket and the type please let me know.

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    Wow

    smoke much?
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    where do i send money order?

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