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#1
What do you guys think is a good price for a set of 2008 Juicy 7 brakes?  180 / 203 mm rotors, used with some scuffing but in pretty good condition with good pads.

Why oh why am i spending so much money at the moment??  I can't help it, i really am trying to stop myself!!
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#2
As a guide, I bought a set of ex display Carbon ones boxed with all the bits + rotors for £150.

I guess between £100 and that figure would be good????
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#3
He's asking for £100, or £115 with the 'danger boy' lever upgrades which i'll probably leave.  Seems a good price
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#4
Does it include Bleed kit? - Thats essential.

£100 would be OK I guess... why not?
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#5
Are you dangerous enough then?  Tongue
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#6
Will the trance take a 180mm rotor on the rear?

No idea on price, £100 sounds about right though.
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#7
"Breezer" Wrote:Are you dangerous enough then?  Tongue

Surely Danger and Brakes should not be used in the same sentance? - Kind of implies failure!

Im sure the stock levers are just fine - my Carbon ones are simply bling, and women stop me everywhere I go to talk to me about them.  8)
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#8
The Hopes I got off ebay for my Inbred came with a 180mm rear which has bolted on fine but frankly looks a bit silly. Its also going to be overkill as I can lock the 160mm up on the back of the Turner with 1 finger and the Juicy 7's will be just as powerful but theres bound to  be someone on singletrack or wherever that would do a straight swap 180 for 160 if you did want/need a smaller rear one
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#9
"Buzz" Wrote:Will the trance take a 180mm rotor on the rear?

No idea on price, £100 sounds about right though.

180 Rear would be overkill I expect - skiiiiiiid.
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#10
Rotor size isn't an issue as i have a spare 160mm rotor so would probably run 185/160 anyway for the cost of an extra bracket.  The best i've seen on eBay is £110 posted so i might go for it.  If he's local i'll see if he'll knock off a few quid on collection but that's not too likely i guess.

I already have Juicy 3s on the Trance which will go back on the XTC to replace the absolutely shot brakes on there at the moment.
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