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    sell the complete bike or part it out?

    I'm going to be posting a ton of stuff in the classifieds later today. But, I'm trying to figure out whether to part out a bike or try to sell it complete. I know that selling complete will bring the least amount of money but I don't want to be left with a bunch of unsold parts. Is there a way to help make this decision easier... look at it from a component level maybe?

    I've always had only the frame to sell in the past. Any help?

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    To sell it quick than complete bike but you'd make more parting out. Just sell the left over at a cheaper price I guess. If you have a min $$ for the sales once you hit it you can just do like a combo sales it'd go faster.

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    Be patient and part it out mate just so long as you have another ride to use

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    Thanks guys. Up on the classifieds now.

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    i agree, part it

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