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  1. #1
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    FS - Canfield Nimble 9

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    Selling bike complete - size Large

    $650 + $100 shipping

    Brand new bottom bracket. Cane Creek 130 headset. RockShox Reba RL 100mm. Sun Ringle Charger Expert wheels with all different axle adapters. Maxxis Ardent 2.4, skinwalls a little dry. Raceface cranks, bars, chainring. MRP chain keeper. Hayes el camino hydro front brake and Avid BB7 rear.

    Seatpost is stuck in position, 29.6” from center of bb to top of saddle. It may come loose easily. I never tried because it was set for my preferred height. Stem faceplate has a crack near one of the bolts. Rear wheel has a loose spoke and needs a trueing.

    Shipped via bike flights air caddy.


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  2. #2
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    what size the is the seat tube?

  3. #3
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    What’s the riders (your?) inseam?


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  4. #4
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    27.2 seat post diameter.

    I wear a 32 inseam pant, but I know that isn’t an accurate way to measure. I can measure the standover if you’d like.


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    Awesome if you did that at your convenience


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    Forgot to add the stickers packs


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  7. #7
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    Sweet bike! I absolutely loved mine. Used the same geometry to order a custom HT frame once the N9 cracked. Perfect SS for a lighter guy. GLWTS.

  8. #8
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    FS - Canfield Nimble 9

    1. Take to LBS.
    2. Pay them to un-stick seatpost.
    3. Pay them to check spoke tensions and assess how bad the dent is in the rear wheel.
    4. Re-list at same price.


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    If you want me to take a dump in a box and mark it tubeless, I will. I got spare time.

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    ^^^ Meh. Depending on the shop, that's $100+ worth of work. Not really worth it for a $650 bike, especially when any decent home mechanic could likely address those issues without too much trouble.

    Issues were disclosed. Price seems reasonable all things considered.

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    Here’s a picture of the standover measurement.


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  11. #11
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    id try to get the post out. How much is inserted? If someone makes a go at cutting it out and fails, frame is toast. Or it could come out with some penetrating oil and a vice.

    Had a seatpost extracted on a steel frame and it was about 150$, but it had a lot of seatpost in the tube and tubing wasn’t tapered, making it harder. Builder needed to weld together saw blades to get one long enough to cut.

  12. #12
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    penetrating oil + heating pad on the seat tube/compressed air inside the seatpost

    rent a slide hammer from the local auto parts store and pop her out.

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    I put some effort into it this morning with no luck. Using a torch to apply heat. I don’t have an air compressor.

    Im open to offers. Im preparing to move across the country soon and it has to go.


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    Consignment shop. Wish I could buy it but might be worth $300 in parts at this point.

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    Where you at? Any idea of year?


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  16. #16
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    yeah where are you located?

  17. #17
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    May I ask why you're selling? I love mine! Although I got mine before their experiment with 27.2 seat tubes.
    No longer stuck.

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    Just an uneducated guess.

  18. #18
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    FS - Canfield Nimble 9

    Im currently in upstate NY. Its a 2013. The brake pads are original and still have life left to give an idea of how much it was used.

    Im selling because I got bored and impulse bought a 27.5+ hardtail that I want to build a single speed 29er wheel set for. And I may be moving soon.


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