About time I got rid of a lot of this stuff
Suzue Pro Max Hubs laced to Aero Velocity rims - £200
The hubs are still super smooth, not the nicest rims in terms of weight but they're bomb proof and look the part. Gatorskins, 17t cog and lockring all included
Suntour Superbe Pro cranks and BB - £250
165mm, 144 bcd. NJS stamped! BB is still nice and smooth
will chuck in the slightly battered but very cool lattice chainring too.
(I think this pricing is about right considering some on ebay have sold for more than that recently but let me know!)
Will also shortly be putting up a post for the KHS frame the cranks are currently attached to....
Will do a bit of a deal if anyone buys multiple parts, not looking to ship anything at the moment
Does that 105 shifter have a friction choice? Dibs if so - where are you based?
If you feel like posting the rotors let me know
is that khs aero track bro?
hey man, just need to comment on this thread that the KHS frame rear triangle is out of centre. I messaged seller on Whatsapp to ask if it had been crashed and his reply was that he didn't crash it while he owned it and didn't notice that it was out of centre.
I noticed it within a day though and hoped it was just my wheels out of dish...
It also came with a stuck UN55 BB (pictured with the cranks on the bb) which isnt ISO
Superbe track cranks are ISO spindle and UN55 is JIS, so those iso square tapers could be stretched or damaged
Please let buyers know full details of the items you sell, and check for any defects or damage, as a seller inspect items fully, otherwise you'll be reading comments of people moaning, like me. :(
ah too bad bro alrd see the pict, i dont think is the wheels thats not true. maybe you can check for the frame alignment using a special alignment tools on ur local bike shop. owned a super sprint frame that seems not center (the distance from the left chain stay to the rear wheels is closer than from the right chain stay, but if you see the wheels from the seat tube pov it is alrd center), and after an alignment check everything is good and center including the wheels so its just a factory defect where the left chain stay is welded slightly out of position. turns out my friend who owned a tsunami frames (2 people) had the exact same problem. so yeah even tho it is factory made but a defect is still possible.
the frame has been crashed or dropped in storage, it has a slightly twisted rear drop out.
I have another frame that is out of centre from factory and you can see that it is in fact quality control issues with welding.
There isn't any other signs of defect other than the twisted drop outs. check out the link thread I pasted, the drop outs were disc sanded and rattle canned orange. Could this be evidence that it has tried to be fixed after a crash? who knows...
either way its not good selling items that are damaged and not inspected.
You could have a nice Thomson stem you havent used for years and innocently put it up for sale at 40£ posted. One face plate bolt could be cross threaded because you forgot. Its not nice for the buyer .....
Just check n inspect thats all im saying.
ah yeah zooming the pict u send earlier i cud see the welding on the dropout is a little odd/untidy, like theres a lump on it. but not sure not judging just saying what i saw on the photos.
totally agree with seller being 100% sure about their own stuff. hopefully you can sort it out with the seller bro. cheers
Not much seller can do, I paid in cash and went to London to pick it up, I am located in brum. I’ll just have to hack it out but still, I don’t want someone else bummed out buying something
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