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Old November 2nd 05, 04:02 AM
Jordan Hukee
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Default FA: Carbon FSA Riser Bar, ITM Visia Stem, More

http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQfgtpZ1QQ...funkymonkeyQ29

No reserve on any of these auctions. Most items are unused or in great
condition.

2005 Dura Ace Cranks and BB, 170mm, Take-off from new bike, unused
ITM Visia Stem, 110mm, Take-off from new bike, unused
ITM Elle Handlebars, 38cm, Take-off from new bike, unused
Selle Italia SIGNO Saddle, Take-off from new bike, unused
2005 XTR Cranks and BB, 175mm, Used in good condition
FSA K-Force Carbon DH handlebars, 25.4mm x 40mm x 710mm, New in Box
FSA RD-300 handlebars, 42cm, New
Vision Base Bar, 40cm, Used in good condition
Vision Mini Clip-ons, Used in medium condition
Ritchey Pro Stem, 80mm x *17deg, Used in very good condition
Oval R700 Seatpost, 27.2mm x 280mm, Used in good condition
Selle Italia Flite Genuine Gel, White, New

Thanks for looking,

Jordan


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