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Parting out a bike, wheel sets, Fluid2 trainer, rollers
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Remnants from my dead 2013 Cannondale Slice RS. Never found a replacement fork. All items went through 2 1/2 triathlon seasons with me and at least one before I owned them. All wheels are 10sp.

PM with email for pictures.

Vision Trimax Crankset 175mm 53/39 BB30 Press Fit- $145

Ultegra 10sp RD- $40

Ultegra FD - $25

Vision Vector Aerobars - $125 (Pads replaced with only five rides on them. Right bar extension glued at length shown)

Ultegra PD6620 Pedals- $40 (Plenty of wear but working fine)

Mavic Cosmic Elite Wheelset- $225 (Barely used- ~400 miles)

Mavic training wheel Wireless Powertap- SOLD

Wheelbuilder Disc Cover for Powertap training wheel- $50

Unbranded tubular 40-50mm Powertap ANT+ carbon rear wheel- $250 (w/ disc wheel cover)

Unbranded tubular 40-50mm carbon front wheel- $175

Powertap LYC in zipper case- SOLD

CycleOps Fluid2 trainer- $150 (resistance unit replaced two years ago on warranty- works great, comes with training wheel blocks)

TravelTrac Pro Alloy Technique rollers- $110 - SOLD

Fizik Arione Tri2 saddle (never used)- $75


Open to reasonable offers. Located in central Iowa if desiring pickup.
Last edited by: scaustin: Oct 21, 17 15:16
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Re: Parting out a bike, wheel sets, Fluid2 trainer, rollers [scaustin] [ In reply to ]
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Would you parting out frame ? Would be interested in the seat post.

"No one plays triathlon"
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Re: Parting out a bike, wheel sets, Fluid2 trainer, rollers [Kirch] [ In reply to ]
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Contemplating turning the bike into a single speed right now, so not yet on the seat post. Apparently there's a way to make the frame rideable, just not with internal cable-routing.
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Re: Parting out a bike, wheel sets, Fluid2 trainer, rollers [scaustin] [ In reply to ]
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😩😩😩😩😩😩

"No one plays triathlon"
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Re: Parting out a bike, wheel sets, Fluid2 trainer, rollers [scaustin] [ In reply to ]
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Bump!
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Re: Parting out a bike, wheel sets, Fluid2 trainer, rollers [scaustin] [ In reply to ]
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bump for price changes and updates
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Re: Parting out a bike, wheel sets, Fluid2 trainer, rollers [scaustin] [ In reply to ]
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Please post pics of these:

Unbranded tubular 40-50mm Powertap carbon rear wheel- $250 (w/ disc wheel cover)

Unbranded tubular 40-50mm carbon front wheel- $175
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Re: Parting out a bike, wheel sets, Fluid2 trainer, rollers [darnellrm] [ In reply to ]
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I’ll happily share via email if you PM your email address.
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