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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote donp Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June/06/2005 at 7:14pm
the sram grip shifters and derailleurs are standard low grade components found on any inexpensive bike such as huffy, roadmaster, murray, or any thing that you buy in a department store.
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go to jeep.com and see how much it cost then start tellin me the price the lowest i'll go is
$225
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i did. then i searched for other dealers selling the same bike. thats how i found the link i posted. if you read my signature, you will see that i own a bike business. i know what they sell for wholesale, and what the mark up is for retail. the only real special selling feature on that bike is the disk brakes. that bike is produced by someone for jeep. probably union pacific. they are the largest bicycle manufacturer in the world and own companies like schwinn, dyno, gt, pacific, fuji, trek,  and many of the off brand and cheap bikes yoi find in department stores. jeep themselves does not build bikes. they just put their name on them. pepsi gave away many bikes over the years with their name on it. it was a bike produced by fuji. you could peel the pepsi decal off the head tube and the frame was stamped fuji underneath. but yet they still claimed that it was a pepsi product. i have a brand new one still in the box in my shop. its been there for over 10 years now. probably worth $200 as a collectors item only because that line is no longer made. your bike can still be bought brand new. even if it was only ridden once or twice, its still a used bike and used bikes dont sell for what they cost new. i have $700- $1000 treks in my shop that dont even have rub marks on them and blue book value for them is only $300 and under.
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my jeep scrambler isnt the one that has the grip gears its the new ones if you wanna buy it i can get you pictures
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no i dont want to buy it. i get bikes at wholesale. why would i pay that much for yours? your bike new would only cost me about $125.00 from the manufacturer. i couldnt mark yours up much to resell it. i would lose a ton of money on the purchase and shipping.
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