whats everyone lookig for at the swap!

4 years 1 week ago - 3 years 4 days ago #44601 by shawnRM
shawnRM created the topic: whats everyone lookig for at the swap!
hey guys,
I going to be coming to the swap and have some parts that I wouldn't mind parting with. I have a set of Mavic Open Pro road/cross wheels, a thompsom stem 100mmx15* rise, a set of Avid elixir 7 brakes barely used(<8 moderate rides). also may be willing to part with my Answer Taper Pro carbon 780mm bars, plus I'm selling a fork and wheel set off of my Rocky mountain element 930. The fork is a Rock Shox recon Tk gold. it's 100mm of travel,tapered steerer, and 20mm thru axle.I rode it for one summer and then upgraded the fork and wheel set. I also have the wheel set that goes with the fork. Alex DP20 wheels and wheel tech hubs. All are solid and true, just some minor break in truing and their solid. I'm looking to get $350 for the whole thing,but their just sitting in my basement. make me an offer. I'll be at the swap meet on sunday and have them with me. you can email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or shoot me a call or text at 716-445-2167.
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