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FS: Marin Wildcat Trail Downhill Freeride Mountain Bike £375.00

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
So gonna try and sell this on the forums before the bay...few issues hence price.

19 Marin Wildcat Trail full suspension bike. Frame is solid with no cracks or dents, just a few scuffs.

Colour is pearlescent white with orange.

The spec:

Frame: Aluminium 6061
Rear shock: Fox RX vanilla rear shock 5/6 a slightly harder coil was put on from the original.
Forks: Marzocchi Bomber Junior Ts (6) these only ever got a few months of use but will need servicing

Wheelset:
Front: Mavic 729 disc hub: Hope
Rear: Mavic d521 hub: Deore XT
Cranks: PowerPro Components
Shifter: 9 speed shifter Deore Mega 9 / 8 speed cassette.
Rear Mech: XT 9 speed
Chain guide: DMR Downhill chain device
Brakes: Hope hydraulics (rear does not work)
Bars: Amoeba (5mm thick)!
Stem: Woodman components
Pedals: DMR V8
Saddle: Planet X crack on plastic underneath
Grips: Yeti
Tyres:
Front: Nokian gazzaloddi 3 (low tread)
Rear: Tioga Factory DH 2.1

It has been sitting in my garage for the last couple of years but I got it out over last summer to give it a service and get back riding. However, shortly after I changed jobs and moved and hence have other priorities, so it went back into the garage.

The rear brake is not working at all and the forks were unsurprisingly very soft, but please note: that this bike hasnt been ridden in 3 years and therefore needs a full service.

The other issue is that the rear mech is jumpy, this is because I replaced the wheel which only had an 8 speed cassette, with 9 speed shifters and mech meant to change it but looks like I didnt(!) - can find a 9 speed cassette for a few quid on ebay I'm sure.

It was a very good bike, with a lot of quality parts spent on it, and which never got the usage it justifies.

I would prefer pick up due to size and weight from Wimborne, Dorset, however I will post if necessary.

£375 ono

http://i971.photobucket.com/albums/ae195/snoobie1/DSC00175.jpg
Shipping/Payment:
£25.00
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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Here's some more pics http://i971.photobucket.com/albums/ae195/snoobie1/DSC00175.jpg

and http://i971.photobucket.com/albums/ae195/snoobie1/bike2.jpg
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#3
No interest? Open to offers
#4
Last bump before the bay...and there dreaded fees...£300???
#5
Better close this thread or the one on gumtree or you'll get in trouble.
http://www.gumtree.com/london/81/53243181.html

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