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    first Fr rig

    srry i know these are talked about alot but how would this bike be for a light FR/AM bike
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Haro-Werx-7-Supe...QQcmdZViewItem

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    very well specd! DHx 5, X-0 and Lyrik.... not bad. though you only have one front ring, not good for an all mountain bike. freeride ok, but you;ll have to shuttle up or walk.

    how much are you going to pay for it?

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    Yeah dude that a good deal just the front and rear susp if worth more, plus you can always throw a diff crankset on there for more AM stuff go for it..
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    Looks too good to be true.... be careful!!
    Seller has zero feedback and paypal protection only to 200$.

    If I were you I would send a message to make sure the guy is legit. Usually you can tell by their responses if they are really into bikes or not.

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    thanks for the advice also what should i say in the message?

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    ask him why he is selling it, how much he rode it, how much service he did on it, and if it always needed maintence.

    with those questions, you will figure out how much the guy knew about bikes and if he really took care of it.
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    thanks alot guys i really hope this is legit

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    if it is, and you get it, congrats on a sick bike. i am planning on getting some lyrics on my vagrant when i get it.
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    that is a totally sick rig

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    this is what the guy said i think this sounds legit "
    Hello,

    I am selling it cause I really need money for personal reasons and the bike just hangs in my garage. It probably has a total of 20 hours of riding. It has not needed much maintenance. The pivots stay tight, and the shock works great. I really just make sure the pressure is right in the fork and shock and ride it. If I wash the dust off, it will look great."
    wat do you guys think?

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    ask him why the fox shock has a manitou spring on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by gil_caz
    ask him why the fox shock has a manitou spring on it

    Lots of people use Manitou springs on other suspension products. They make consistently excellent springs in a wide variety of stroke lengths and weights


    to the OP

    That's a crazy low price...I'd do some homework.

    I would PM DownhillJill, she works for Haro and run that one by her, there were a lot of Haro's that disappeared during Interbike

    It just seems too good to be true

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    Lots of people start their bidding low to save in fees/attract attention. I'm selling a dawg right now and started it at .99 no reserve. Just cuz it starts low doesn't mean it'll end low.

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