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    Anyone got a set of used BB5's or BB7's?

    My friend wants a set of these after riding my bike, and i told him i would poke around the forum to see if anyone had a used se before spent full price on new ones.

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnsD90
    My friend wants a set of these after riding my bike, and i told him i would poke around the forum to see if anyone had a used se before spent full price on new ones.

    Thanks
    I have a bb5 caliper that only had a few months of riding on it and a 160mm rotor and rotor bolts... if he is interested, I'd part with it for $30 and I'll cover the shipping.... I have no idea what bb5s are going for right now, but that is what I figure it is worth to me as a back-up.
    You better just go ahead and drop that seatpost down to the reflector... the trail gets pretty rough down there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Six Pack
    I have a bb5 caliper that only had a few months of riding on it and a 160mm rotor and rotor bolts... if he is interested, I'd part with it for $30 and I'll cover the shipping.... I have no idea what bb5s are going for right now, but that is what I figure it is worth to me as a back-up.
    Hmm, i musta got a good deal at $38 shipped for both rotors and calipers. I think he found a set but im not sure, Thanks for the offer.
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    I do have a set of used BBS's 5 I took off my Trek 6000. Interested? Rotors are 160mm, Avid levers, bolts etc. They need adjustment and some dusting otherwise no issues.

    Video for you.

    http://s840.photobucket.com/albums/z...AvidLevers.flv

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