- Anyone had a T130c go missing?
Seems like a legit sale to me. No bad punctuation, just the basic details, bike pic taken in a genuine setting. Good feedback score with plenty history. Probably just wants rid as he has already bought its replacement.Posted 2 years ago
I’m with the OP here…
Total lack of details, stock main pic (of a carbon framed version with higher spec), actual pic is poor quality but clearly an alloy frame and different spec to the stock 1st pic.
It has more than a whiff of stolen about it im afraid!Posted 2 years ago
Picture pinched from another ad. The actual photo shows a ’15/’16 T130S, so it’s actually fairly expensive. Users got lots of positive feedback.
I think it’s just a poor ad with cheeky pics.Posted 2 years ago
It’s a bloody terrible advert either way !Posted 2 years ago
So are we sending a lynch mob or not?Posted 2 years ago
The “changed to wide bars” bit suggests genuine to me – would a thief notice that the bars were different / wider than standard spec?Posted 2 years ago
would a thief notice that the bars were different / wider than standard spec?
In my experience yes. Whether you want to believe it or not there are thieves who know their stuff when it comes to non-oem parts.Posted 2 years ago
In my experience yes. Whether you want to believe it or not there are thieves who know their stuff when it comes to non-oem parts.
To be fair, not every mountainbiker is obsessive over details or that clued up. Some people just walk into a shop and walk out with a £2.3k bike which they subsequently decide they don’t like so cut their loses (£1500 doesn’t seem overly cheap which is the usual give away of a nicked bike).Posted 2 years ago
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