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    Wisdom Needed (Stumpy FSR)

    I am just wanting to know a fair price to ask for my old bike.... I am going to move onto a trail hardtail.



    What's an honest asking price... $300?

    2009 Stumpjumper FSR Pro

    Rebuilt last year with 1 riding season on it

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    Rebuild Thread...
    https://forums.mtbr.com/all-mountain...l#post13684216


    Thanks in advance !!!

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    If it's in ready to ride condition (meaning forks and shocks don't need maintenance and the pivots are solid), I think you could start around $600-700 and see if there is any interest. Also, I might suggest following some similar bikes on Pinkbike or on Craigslist to see what sells and what does not.
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