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    Hey

    I am thinking about selling a 2006 VP Free, but I am wondering what I could get for it
    Here are the spec's(all are 2006)

    Meduim VP Free, Black, with one scratch near the drop out, no dents
    Boxxer World Cup
    5th Element Shock
    DT FR 6.1D rims laced to DT 440 hubs w/ DT 14 guage spokes, brass nipples
    Sram XO drivechain and shifter
    Truvativ Howitzer Team
    Truvativ Holzfeller OCT 40 tooth
    Cranck Bros 50/50, sealed
    Juicy Sevens, 203 mm rotors
    Chris King Headset
    Thompson Stem and Seatpost
    Race Face Diabolus riser bars
    WTB Rocket V Stealth sadle
    Kenda Nevegal 2.5 Tires
    Gamut Chain Guide, Red

    Im not trying to spam it on hear, just trying to find out if its worth selling it . . .
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    why sell? but maybe 2000 if ur lucky, how much actul riden, i know about the dents

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    what dents? i specified that there aren't any . . .
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    i know, how long have u be rideing it, that plays a large role even if there are no or litte dents.

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    Well, do you want a different bike? If so, for what use? The build you're describing seems pretty damn spec'd out. What kind of riding are you looking to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paintballeerXC
    i know, how long have u be rideing it, that plays a large role even if there are no or litte dents.
    its all 2006 so..... probly at least 4 years
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwight Moody
    Didn't you read the sticker on that shock? It said not to do whatever you did.

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    i bought it in april, recieved it in june, and am looking to sell it in November, so that would be bout 6 months, and i haven't riden it too hard

    Why am i selling such a pimp bike? Personal issue . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    its all 2006 so..... probly at least 4 years
    this is what i was looking for, he might have had it for a year and rode nostop of just bought it and hug it on a wall like some people do
    Quote Originally Posted by zazz rides
    i bought it in april, recieved it in june, and am looking to sell it in November, so that would be bout 6 months, and i haven't riden it too hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    its all 2006 so..... probly at least 4 years
    good point

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