Spring cleaning: lots of bike stuff for sale/grabs

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Dave
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Spring showed up for a second, so I’m cleaning out my closet like Eminem.

Everything is OBO. I’d prefer if you could pick up from my place (Southside)

but if you’re actually buying something I could meet somewhere. PM or email

(dave@ndanger.org).

* Lake winter MTB shoes, size 43 (US men’s 9): $120

Lake’s awesomely warm winter MTB shoes from a few years ago (2009?). They look

lot like these (http://bikereviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/lake-cycling-mxz302-winter-mtb-shoes.jpg).

Lightly ridden until I decided they just didn’t fit me quite right. In

original box (w/ half of the original packet of Nikwax) but missing the little

wrench for installing the spikes; hopefully you want to run spikes because

they’re already installed. These normally sell for like $250-$280.

* Sette Epic MTB shoes, size 42 (US men’s 8.5): $40

These (http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/16457-285_SETEP7-1-Clothing-133-Shoes/Mountain/Sette-Epic-Mountain-Shoes-w_-Buckle.htm).

Only a few months old (didn’t fit that well). Light mud & imprint from cleat

installation. No box but comes with spikes & wrench. Originally ~$85.

* Three-drawer craftsman metal toolbox: $10

Old Craftsman 3-drawer toolbox. In good condition, plus it’s a Craftsman so

you can always return it. Awesome “Cyclocrossworld.com” sticker on top

* Maxxis Overdrive 26×1.76 tires; almost brand new w/ tubes (x2): $10 for the pair

Barely used commuter tires. Turns out I commute off-road more than I thought

* Velocity 700c black 32-hole Deep-V rim: $10

Own a piece of Pittsburgh cycling history! This rim was once ridden by Tetris

“The Jens Voigt of Pittsburg” Bastard. Full disclosure: from a crashed wheel

but is in good shape (I would ride it). Bought it so a friend could rebuild

their wheel but they never got around to it.

Misc. half-way parts bin, $10 each OBO:

* Shimano Alivio triple MTB cranks, 175mm (FC-M410/411)

* Shimano Tiagra 9-speed long-cage(?) rear derailleur (RD-4400)

* Shimano Tiagra front derailleur (FD-4403)

* Shimano 9 speed MTB cassette, 11-34t PowerGlide

Bargain bin, Free OBO

* Shimano Ultregra right (rear) STI lever; needs rebuilt (ST-6501) w/ extra hood

* A whole bunch of 1 1/8″ stems, mix of 26.0 & 25.4

* 1″ theaded to 1 1/8″ threadless adapters

* Old Sigma cycle computer

* Tektro V-brakes w/o pads (x2)

* No-name V-brake w/ pad

* ShimanoV-brake w/ pad

* Ascent mini bar ends

* Black & white camo BMX saddle

* Short chopped Nashbar MTB 25.4 flat bars, black

* Nashbar drop bars, 26.0 x 46 (outside to outside), black

* Rear fender (cheap kind that goes around the seatpost), no quick release

* Cheap black plastic toe cages (medium size?)

* Worn metal toe cages & single black nylon straps.

* Cheap plastic bottle cage

* Aluminum bottle cage, annodized purple but spray painted black (flaking off)

* Aluminum bottle cage, black

* Aluminum bottle cage, silver (x2)

* Bike cleaning brushes w/ Park ditty bag

* Vittoria Zaffiro 700×23 tires, yellow; used but still some life left (x2)

* Small plastic tool box


floggingdavy
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ill take the deep v!


floggingdavy
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actaully, where do you live, ill take a good bit of that free stuff.


Swalfoort
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How big (roughly) is that toolbox? I am probably interested…..


Dave
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Update:

Rim is gone. I also forgot to list:

* Chrome Kremlin messenger bag, black. $10

This is the huge Chrome messenger bag. Worn for years and severely beaten on. Lining is cracking under flap fold & top of shoulder strap starting to fray. But still handy if you have to carry a copy box or 10 gallons of milk or something.


Dave
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@swalfoort:

Crafstman tool box is ~20″ L x 12″ H x 8″ deep. The plastic tool box is smaller: ~16″x8″x8″


Dave
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BTW I live in the southside, near the 10th street bridge.


Dave
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Craftsman toolbox is gone.


TheLivingTed
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bummer i missed the tool box, I may be down for some of your odds and ends, tires bars, derailleurs etc. lets hang.


Dave
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Well, everything’s gone except the shoes & the messenger bag. Where are all the mountain bikers with size 8.5-9 feet / people who need to carry a lot of stuff on their back?


Eric Lundgren
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That’s funny you still had that rim laying around.

I’d like to try on those shoes Dave I’ll have to give you a call.


Dave
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I know right? I got that rim from you like what… 4 years ago? Give me a call about the shoes, I still have both pairs left.


that guy
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Oh man, all of it’s gone? I could have really used some of those random parts for friend-builds!

Curse my slow Interneting!

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