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For sale: 2006 Mongoose Hard Luck. Size Medium/Large
Item Condition: This bike although a couple of years old is in awesome condition. Over $2000 new. The frame has a couple of paint chips from transport. No scratches or dents. Never crashed or ragged. The frame still has the plastic cover on the head tube decal.
Price and price conditions: $950 WILL NOT SEPARATE
Extra Info: The bike has just been had every part removed, cleaned, inspected and lovingly rebuilt. New grips and gear cables. As you can see I look after my bikes. This one has never left the house with dirt on it from the last ride. It has never been cleaned with a high pressure cleaner. The only thing on the bike that does not work like new, is the little indicator that tells you what gear you are in on the rear shifter. (This will hardly slow you down or put your life at risk) The wheels are the original and are true with no loose spokes. No stripped or repaired threads.
Contact Details: 0423 425 320 or PM me.
Location: Flagstaff Hill
Delivery & Conditions of Delivery: Pick up or post Australia wide flat rate $100
Bummer or Hard Luck? I have broken my thumb and canâ€™t work. So I am thinning out my bike collection. I bought this beast through Steve Marsh at Trak Norwood in early 2007.
I have had loads of bikes and raced Hardtails for years. This bike without a doubt is the strongest , most stable and fastest Hardtail I will ever own. It will be sad to see it go, but that is just plain HARD LUCK.
frame: 2006 Mongoose Hard Luck 150mm rear end
forks: Marzocchi Drop Off 2 150mm. Just had oil change and feel great. Can be beefed up with a normal bike pump (0 to 15 psi.. I run them soft and can't never recall bottoming them out.
front wheel: Sun Single track rim Generic Mongoose hub 20mm through axle
back wheel: Sun Single track rim Generic Mongoose hub 150mm X 12 Solid axle
front brake: Hayes 9 hydro. (8 inch)
rear brake: Hayes 9 hydro. (7 inch)
pedals: Odyssey Twisted Pro flats (best flats ever).
cranks: Truvativ Howitzer 175mm
bb: Truvativ Howitzer ISIS External bearing. (no play)
sprocket/front chain ring: Truvativ 36 / 24 With Truvativ Bashy
shifters: Sram X7 (gear indicator in rear one has never worked)
deraileurs: Front Deore, Rear X7
tyres: Maxxis Minion 2.3 front and rear 90% tread front 70% tread rear.
bars: 700mm Truvativ DH riserbar
headset: FSA Dh pig pro
stem: Truvativ Hussefelt
grips: Da Bomb bolt on. New.
seat: SDG I Beam
seat pole: SDG I Beam
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