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    Whatís it worth??? I know I am annoying but please reply

    [SIZE=2]How much would you pay for this Stumpy (in £££ if possible) as seen here excluding the Mudguard and saddle pack. Assuming every part of the bike was working 100% perfectly except for badly bled brakes with this kit apart from the stock parts:

    07 SPECIALIZED STUMPY COMP
    - 08 Shimano XT brakes, hubs,
    shifters and rear derailleur
    - Shimano DX flat pedals
    - Ritchey WCS foam grips
    - Maxxis Ignitor 2.35 tires




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    I'm guessing $1200 max. Be happy if you get $1000.
    That is USA money btw.

    You might get more to part it out, but that is a hassle.

    Good luck.

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    Man, look around on ebay, and see what a similar bike is going for. Thats usually how I base judgement for my stuff.
    Livin' the dream.

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    nice bike, why are you selling it? over here where i live it minght be worth about 1200 euros

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    id say at least $1200. Just wash it and make it look super good. Someone will pay that much or more for it.

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    Are you selling it or are you buying it?

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    [SIZE=2]Iím trying to find the funds for another bike, so I just want to know whether it is worth keeping it or selling it.

    And yes I will watch a few of these on ebay and see what they go for first.

    But before I can do anything like selling it I need to take it on a test with the bike I want to buy and justify that the new bike is better.

    Thanks for the replies
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    [SIZE=2]No need, I am relatively sure now that I can do it without selling the Stumpy, although if the new bike rides well and is mechanically consistent (unlike the Stumpy) I wont have a real purpose for the Stumpy anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EGF168
    [SIZE=2]No need, I am relatively sure now that I can do it without selling the Stumpy, although if the new bike rides well and is mechanically consistent (unlike the Stumpy) I wont have a real purpose for the Stumpy anymore.
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    What's wrong with the Stumpy?

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    [SIZE=2]Nothing but itís been rarely working for a year because of the crap stock kit.
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