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Specialised Enduro Comp Wheelset
#1
These are the wheels that come on my Enduro Comp that I no longer need. These come with no tyres, no cassette or rotors.

They are:

Spokes: DT Swiss Champion 1.8mm (15g) stainless

Rear hub: Specialized Hi Lo disc, laser-etched logo, double sealed cartridge bearing, QR, 32h

Front hub: Specialized Hi Lo disc, laser-etched logo, sealed cartridge bearing, 20mm thru-axle, 32h

Rims: Custom DT Swiss E440S, sleeved w/eyelets, 26mm, 32h

I have no idea what these are worth really? They have only been ridden for 5 miles before being swapped out.

Should I say £100 less or more?


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#2
Am I asking too much for these? If there is no interest I'll try SDH or STW but don't want to get laughed at if i've priced them to high?
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#3
As they are kinda unknown configuration the weight would be very useful to any potential buyer although of course if they are quite heavy it might lower what you can get for them, works both ways...measure them accurately on kitchen scales...
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#4
Really? I'll take the tyres off 2mw but don't have the correct tool to remove the cassette or rotors so will have to weigh them with these still on. I guess if I knew the weight I can work out the postage too.
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#5
Your advert says "These come with no tyres, no cassette or rotors", the photos show them with tyres, rotors, cassette, you say you cant remove any of those bits....?

I suggest remove the bits you are keeping, take photos of what you are selling and weigh them as mentioned (!)
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#6
Once sold I intent to borrow the needed tools to remove the bits. I listed them in a bit of rush tbh I may take your advice or I may just stick them up for sale as they are?  
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#7
you make me feel techincally competent Ash!  Wink
people love to know the weight of wheels. once that's clear you will sell them easily.
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#8
"mashley" Wrote:Am I asking too much for these? If there is no interest I'll try SDH or STW but don't want to get laughed at if i've priced them to high?

No, I wouldn't have said they are too expensive, just perhaps your potential market is too small on this forum. Try STW & you should sell them easily
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#9
If you need the casette removing bring it round to mine some time
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#10
"Si.Ozzy" Wrote:If you need the casette removing bring it round to mine some time

Or round here ;-)
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