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    Pricing Advice, used SRAM X01 components

    I swapped out the SRAM X01 1x12 drivetrain, crank and Guide brakes for Shimano. All items are in great working shape, but of course used. I'd like to sell all as a set, or if not, sell the brakes and crank separately.

    What do you guys think I should ask/take for these items when I post them in the Classifieds. Just believe me, for these purposes, they are clean, all working well with no problems. Some scuffs and such from actually using the bike for a season.

    Asking my NorCal peeps because I actually know and trust some of you weirdos.

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    Everything starts at 50% off new for used parts.

    How do you compare your Shimano 1x12 to eagle?


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    Quote Originally Posted by zorg View Post
    Everything starts at 50% off new for used parts.

    How do you compare your Shimano 1x12 to eagle?


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    Yup 50% and listen to volume of interested buyers.

    Shimano 1x12 shifts better than Eagle Sram. It's not a huge difference since Eagle is so good.

    But the trigger, the action, the clunk of materials is smoother and more mature. And the real key is shifting under power. Shimano 1x12 does it well as it will only shift when it's ready (sometimes seems delayed) Sram is instant almost and under power, it snaps and pops.

    Why shift under power?? It's always under power. It's just a question of how much.
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    Pricing Advice, used SRAM X01 components

    Brakes will sell for a good price. I sold used code Rs for $180 for the set. New take-offs with a cut line for $225.

    Cassette and stuff are harder to sell because they are wear items. Most people when buying a new drivetrain want brand new so they get the cleanest shifting possible.

    Check pinkbike for market price, then sell it on Facebook marketplace.

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    Thanks, Zorg. Thanks FC. I don't have any real rides on the XT yet, but I've been riding Shimano equipped MTBs since 1986. I prefer the feel, and I prefer the dual release.

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    So what did you decide? I might be interested in the drive-train and crank parts

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    EBAY. I sell 100% of my garbage on Ebay. Its incredible. My entire life I throw away worn bike parts. For the last 7-8 yrs I put them on Ebay instead of the garbage, and my Paypal grows and grows. Grab your sack and list that stuff at "99 cents" , low price gets bidders to flock like ants. Last hour of auction will determine "Market Rate". List it ALL for 10 day auction, and mail it all at SAME TIME, one trip to post office. If you take an extra minute you can add Buy It Now Price, but add the date you will mail it (10 days out) so its ONE trip to post office only.
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