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ebay dabbling campyphiles, please...(4 posts)

ebay dabbling campyphiles, please...seyboro
Feb 7, 2003 4:24 PM
I just went back to 175 cranks and am looking to sell the 3 months old 180s. Not having sold anything on ebay yet, I am interested in a 'heads up' on the price they should fetch. The ones for sale on ebay typically go for around $150 for a good condition used set and close to $200 for a new set. My dilemma, I am somewhat in the middle as the cranks are used (mint condition, so scuffs or sratches) and the rings are new (I will install the set that came with the new cranks). Anyways, where should I realistically set the reserve for a set of record 10 cranks as descibed above?
my guessDougSloan
Feb 7, 2003 4:29 PM
I see they are going for $195 at Excel; add about $7.50 for shipping.

I'd forget the reserve and just price them at $150 or highest bid. Why monkey around (reserve) on something that straight forward? IMHO.

Doug
re: ebay dabbling campyphiles, please...Inhighgear
Feb 7, 2003 6:35 PM
I'll give you $40.00 for them
How about...seyboro
Feb 8, 2003 4:02 AM
...I'll give YOU $40.- for taking them off my hands. Of course, that includes free overnight shipping.