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    New question here. This seemed like the best catagory to put this in

    Hi,

    I have a Trek 930 Singletrack that I believe is a 97 or 98. I have upgraded alot of the components as you see here and I was wondering if I could get an estimated value or if you can tell me where I can get an estimation online.

    Stock frame with original handlebar, hubs, seatpost, rims,shifters,and crank

    Hutchinson Spider Airlite 2.0 tires
    WTB Speed V Comp seat
    Race Face Podigy stem
    Aheadset headset
    2004 Rock Shox Pilot SL fork
    Shimano Deore front derailleur
    Shimano Deore LX rear derailleur
    Nashbar 7 speed 12 by 28 cassette
    Sram 9.0 brake levers
    Shimano Deore rear V-brake
    Avid Single Digit 7 front V-brake

    Thanks alot,
    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Avid
    Hi,

    I have a Trek 930 Singletrack that I believe is a 97 or 98. I have upgraded alot of the components as you see here and I was wondering if I could get an estimated value or if you can tell me where I can get an estimation online.

    Stock frame with original handlebar, hubs, seatpost, rims,shifters,and crank

    Hutchinson Spider Airlite 2.0 tires
    WTB Speed V Comp seat
    Race Face Podigy stem
    Aheadset headset
    2004 Rock Shox Pilot SL fork
    Shimano Deore front derailleur
    Shimano Deore LX rear derailleur
    Nashbar 7 speed 12 by 28 cassette
    Sram 9.0 brake levers
    Shimano Deore rear V-brake
    Avid Single Digit 7 front V-brake

    Thanks alot,
    David
    I don't know how much, but I think you won't be able to ask for much. Why don't you keep it as a spare bike? Just some thoughts...

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    2nd that.

    A new bike is worth 60% or so after about a year of use - if in good shape. Desireable bikes more, etc.

    It's getting to be almost 10 years old... even with some decent parts hung on it, it would be very hard to break $250 for it.

    I'll agree... keep it as a beater bike or transfer some of the better parts to a new frame.

    Good luck,

    JmZ
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    Couple hundred bucks?

    Quote Originally Posted by D-Avid
    Hi,

    I have a Trek 930 Singletrack that I believe is a 97 or 98. I have upgraded alot of the components as you see here and I was wondering if I could get an estimated value or if you can tell me where I can get an estimation online.


    Thanks alot,
    David
    Maybe $2-300 ?? It's still an 8 year old bike, regardless of the upgrades. You might be better off parting it out on the classifieds or ebay.
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    save the bike and use it as a parts bike and sell the parts to a local shop that you are not going to use.

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