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    Please read

    I have a bunch of parts and a frame for sale in the Classifieds. I need to get out of some debt, help me out people!

    Ad is here.

    Thanks for looking!

    Cheers,

    KavuRider
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    I think he was born around the time of the Chernobyl fallout which would explain a lot.

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    Thanks...I think...

    Gotta get it done somehow.

    I've converted over to the road side though...

    Nah, I'm not whining (don't mean to anyways) just being straight up.

    Cheers,

    KavuRider
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    aaww poor pooky...








    sweet frame thou...
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    that is the king of bikes boyy!!! man i wish i had some cash
    how much does the frame weight

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    Haha

    I'm not sure exactly. It was originally built up with Deemax Wheels, Shiver DC, and most of the components in the picture. Total, it weighed near 45 lbs, but most people who test rode it said it felt pretty light for how much travel and beef it had.

    Awesome, awesome bike. But I never rode it, instead getting into the skinny tire bikes. I really want it to go to someone who appreciates it.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by KavuRider
    I'm not sure exactly. It was originally built up with Deemax Wheels, Shiver DC, and most of the components in the picture. Total, it weighed near 45 lbs, but most people who test rode it said it felt pretty light for how much travel and beef it had.

    Awesome, awesome bike. But I never rode it, instead getting into the skinny tire bikes. I really want it to go to someone who appreciates it.

    Cheers,

    KavuRider

    i seriously wish i had enough money... gaargg

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    how much for the brakes
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    Brakes

    I'm asking $150 plus shipping for the brakes, rotors, and rear 8" adaptor. Shipping will be like $8 I think. They are in great condition.

    Let me know!

    KavuRider
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    Frame

    Send me an email at the address listed on my ad and I'll tell you. Rather not post it here.

    Thanks

    KavuRider
    Quote Originally Posted by azdog View Post
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    whats the lowest you can go for the frame.

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