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    Goblin XO

    Hi, what's a reasonable price range for a used Goblin XO ? I tried bicycle bluebook, but they don't have it

    Thanks a lot !

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    As with any used bike, start at half of retail and work from there. Well maintained go up, tons of miles and worn parts go down. I always say to have a bike shop do a "repair estimate" so you know what us worn and what is in good shape. Shops generally do that for free.

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    What condition? How long have you owned it? How many miles?

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    What size and location? I may be interested

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    Hey, thanks for the replies!

    The bike is in good condition with cosmetic blemishes, it has about 1500 miles on it, about a year old.

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    Have you replaced anything? From that mileage sounds like a new chain, cassette, tires, and cables should have been done. Also the fork should have been serviced a couple times. Has any of that been done?

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    * I am buying the bike, not selling it, sorry for the confusion!

    It was tuned up at a bike shop twice since it was bought, but nothing has been replaced except for the tires which were converted to tubeless

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    Double check all those things. Take it to the shop with the seller and ask the shoptogoover it for you. An honest seller shouldn't have an issue.

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    Remember a "tune up" doesn't mean things were taken care of that needed attention. I have seen many bikes that shops recommend work with a tune up and the customer rejected the extra work. 1500 miles on a mountain bike is a lot for only a couple tune ups and nothing else being done.

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    Yeah, I'll definitely have this looked at by a bike technician. Is there anything in particular I should be extra careful about ?

    Thanks again !

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