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    Fair price on this Santa?

    Like new low miles 2014 5010 C

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    Forks-Rockshox pike RC /27.5 sram 130 mm travel
    Headset-cane creek 40 series
    Handel bar -SantaCruz carbon
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    Cassette- SRAM XG 1180 11-speed 10-42 tooth
    Cranks- Race face next SL carbon
    Rims- Carbon
    Hubs- DT swiss 350
    Spokes-stainless
    Tires- Maxxis Ardent 27.5 x 2.25 EXO protection tubeless
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    Somewhere in the $2-$2.5k range, I reckon.
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    Do you know if there are significant changes in the frame from then and new model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OddJack View Post
    Do you know if there are significant changes in the frame from then and new model?
    As far as I know, the only differences for the 5010C from 2014 to now are colors and component specs. Others may know more.
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    $1225. Duh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckha62 View Post
    As far as I know, the only differences for the 5010C from 2014 to now are colors and component specs. Others may know more.
    The current 5010 is not the same as the 2014. Use Geometry Geeks to compare: https://geometrygeeks.bike/compare/s...10-low-2019-l/

    The current bike has more modern geometry- slacker head angle, steeper seat angle, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DETarch View Post
    The current 5010 is not the same as the 2014. Use Geometry Geeks to compare: https://geometrygeeks.bike/compare/s...10-low-2019-l/

    The current bike has more modern geometry- slacker head angle, steeper seat angle, etc.
    And - more tire clearance, different suspension links with high/low option, internal cables, stiffer rear end (chainstay/seatstay bridge on both sides)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DETarch View Post
    The current 5010 is not the same as the 2014. Use Geometry Geeks to compare: https://geometrygeeks.bike/compare/s...10-low-2019-l/

    The current bike has more modern geometry- slacker head angle, steeper seat angle, etc.
    Good info. Thanks!
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    Low miles, mmmk. Never been crashed either I'm sure.

    I'd give $1500 for it.

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    I would venture to say that your location affects price as well. Front range colorado, people can and will ask higher prices than say the same bike in Oklahoma. Kind of like how AWD/4WD vehicles command higher prices than maybe they should just because they are nearer to mountains.

    For reference, when I lived near Boulder, CO, that bike would sell between 2-2.5K easily and probably have the drivetrain be totally worn out and need replacement. We often had bikes come into the shop that would need 500-1000 of work to be in the "like new condition" someone wanted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OddJack View Post
    Do you know if there are significant changes in the frame from then and new model?
    2014 would be V1. The current 5010 is V3. As stated, geo, among other items, has changed some.

    https://www.santacruzbicycles.com/en...hive/bike/5010

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