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    2007 XL Flux Broken - FOR SALE

    I have a 2007 Turner Flux with a broken seat tube for sale. I can't afford another Turner, or I'd turn it in for the $600 cedit towards a new one.

    Turner was nice enough to even offer a sweeter deal on a new Flux than $600 off, but I just don't have the funds for it at the moment.

    Anyone one interested, now accepting offers?

    You pay shipping, of course.

    I'll try to post a pic or two this weekend.

    If nobody wants it, it'll end up on Ebay in a week or so.

    Thanks.

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    Ive got a large tnt flux but should be on an xl, so if the front triangle is in good shape I'm interested. im pretty sure can bolt on my rear triangle to it, both are 2007. please pm me the details and price. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Mama View Post
    Ive got a large tnt flux but should be on an xl, so if the front triangle is in good shape I'm interested. im pretty sure can bolt on my rear triangle to it, both are 2007. please pm me the details and price. Thanks.

    I'm guessing, since it has a broken seat tube, that the front tri is dust.

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    Yes, my front triangle is the part that is shot. Seat tube is completely broken, near the shock mount. I think they relocated this mount in 2008, not sure if this was an issue with the frame?

    Anyway, my XL has a good rear swingarm and rocker, but a bad front triangle.

    Sucks to be stuck on a hard tail until I can locate something affordable. But at least I have something to ride.

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    I am interested, where are you located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by inkpad View Post
    I'm guessing, since it has a broken seat tube, that the front tri is dust.
    I was thinking it was a broken seat stay, not tube, nevermind.

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    '07 Flux seat stays are identical to '06 Spot seat stays, yeah? You could market those to the RFX/Pack crowd who want to lower/slacken their geo. --Matt

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    I'm near Parkersburg, WV. Should be able to ship UPS Ground to the lower 48 for around $30? I'm keeping the Fox RP23.

    According to Turner's website, they will give you $600 toward a new purchase, no questions asked. Thought someone out there might be on the fence as to whether to buy a new Turner, and this might get them a big discount?

    As far as opinions on this '07 Flux....yes, I would rather have another one. I usually switch bikes like underwear, but have had this one for over four years. She seemed to be the one I always went for when loading up for a ride.

    They can't be beat, IMHO.

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    I'll give you $150 shipped

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    Thanks to all the posts and questions, but I already sold the complete frame.

    Hope to save my pennies and maybe get a new Turner in the Spring.

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