WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

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WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby fooch » Sat Sep 19, 2009 10:33 pm

*EDIT* Some stuff sold, others reduced - see below

Hi, all, continuing to clear out the garage. Cash on delivery or direct deposit into my bank account, and pickup is best, from near Kew. Will post smaller items by registered mail, postage to be paid by the buyer. PM with if you want to get any of these things or if you have questions.

I've posted it on the Bicycle Victoria forums also.

$325 - Al./cf road frame and fork – 2005 Cytek ‘Massimo’, S size
Selling for a friend. Perfect lightweight small sized frame for someone about 155cm. The front triangle is Columbus ‘Airplane' Al. tubing, carbon fiber rear triangle, Columbus Al. rear dropouts. Fork has carbon steerer and al. dropouts. Top tube (measured horizontally) is 52cm ctr-ctr, seat tube is 41cm ctr-ctr. Standard 68mm BB. Its missing the cable guide under the BB, but these are easily available from any good bike shop. It’s in excellent working order and structurally sound, although it has a dent in the top tube (a square metal tube accidentally fell on it in the garage). Cosmetically, it has a few reflective stickers on it, and the normal scratches from everyday use. It has never been raced – the owner used it for commuting, and upgraded to a 650c bike at the beginning of 08, as this frame was a touch large for her (she’s 150cm).
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SOLD - Generic steel MTB fork (1 1/8” steerer) with canti/vee brake mounts only

SOLD - Entry level suspension fork – RST 281, 1 1/8” steerer (170mm long), 75mm travel, elastomer springs, non adjustable, vee brake mounts only (no disk mounts), 430mm axle to crown.
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SOLD – Rear derailleur – near-new XT (RD M761) long cage
It has a rubber bumper on it to reduce the knocking noise on 4-bar full suspension frames. It was on my mountain bike and I rode it 3 times before I upgraded the rear derailleur.
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SOLD - Road brake calipers – used Ultegra (BR6500), front and rear, cartridge brake pads worn. Came off the road frame above.

SOLD – Vee brake levers – used, front and rear, generic type but branded ‘Hayes’. Came on a mountain bike that had a front Hayes cable disk.
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SOLD – 9 speed MTB front and rear trigger shifters – slightly used Sram Rocket for Shimano rear derailleurs only (won’t work with Sram rear derailleurs). In perfect condition, cosmetically and in terms of how they work. Comes with cables. They’ve been on my MTB and have gone on about 10 rides before I upgraded.
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SOLD - Wall mounted workstand – used.
It’s in good condition, and shows some wear from being used (scratches on steel tubes, etc.). Clamps are in good condition, and its’ good to use. It was mounted on the wall in the garage until I needed the wall space.
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Re: FS: frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby Baalzamon » Sat Sep 19, 2009 10:36 pm

Wrong forum fooch
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Re: FS: frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby Mulger bill » Sat Sep 19, 2009 11:02 pm

Baalzamon wrote:Wrong forum fooch


Fixed :wink:


Fooch, please edit the topic name in line with marketplace guidelines, mmmkay :)

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Re: WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby fooch » Sun Sep 20, 2009 9:31 am

Sorry, Baalzamon - must have been half asleep....

Thanks for putting this post in the correct place and for helping edit the topic name - will remember next time!
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Re: WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby Pedalhead » Sun Sep 20, 2009 12:37 pm

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Re: WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby fooch » Wed Sep 23, 2009 1:33 pm

Steel fork and wall mounted workstand sold.

Doesn't anyone want the free fork? Be fine for a 26"-wheeled townie.....

And make me offers on the other stuff - all reasonable offers considered!
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Re: WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby Pedalhead » Fri Sep 25, 2009 12:40 pm

:D Thanks Fooch

delivered promptly :shock: you must of had it packed and ready to send as soon as the money landed :lol:
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Re: WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby fooch » Tue Oct 06, 2009 4:19 pm

Bump - prices reduced.
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Re: WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby Slow6 » Sun Oct 11, 2009 7:49 pm

PM on the pay (registered lighting fast!) re those red forks.

I have jumped back on my first bike after more than a decade and was wondering where I'd find a fork to replace mine.. looks like an exact match, colour and all :shock:

Happy to pay postage.. send bribes.. etc!

oh.. the bike's a 1996 Specialized Ground Control.
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Re: WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby Slow6 » Tue Oct 20, 2009 8:41 pm

A very nicely packaged set of RST's arrived in the post today (Thanks Fooch!) They are just the thing :D

if this is how Fooch handles sending a free set of forks to a one post member I can't imagine the kind of service a paying customer would get :shock: Highly recommend his service :!:
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Re: WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby kukamunga » Tue Oct 20, 2009 8:49 pm

fooch - nice guy

Steel fork A-OK

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Re: WTS - Melbourne - frame, fork, etc (also one free susp fork)

Postby fooch » Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:58 pm

bump - anyone interested?
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