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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-30-2012, 08:30 PM Thread Starter
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So you have a used 2013 snowboard for a little less then ext years price. I can find a new 2012 board 161 for under 400 easy, you are going to have to get close to that to get it sold in the off season. I would sit on it till Oct - Nov when people will pay that again.
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$500????? waaayyy too much, i can get the same 2013 board here in Australia for $580!!! and thats brand new with warranty and a tune.

Ohh and then there is this, i understand its 2012, but seems like a better deal for a very similar board!

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/buy...rs-c2-btx.html

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$500????? waaayyy too much, i can get the same 2013 board here in Australia for $580!!! and thats brand new with warranty and a tune.

Ohh and then there is this, i understand its 2012, but seems like a better deal for a very similar board!

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/buy...rs-c2-btx.html
Again wasn't trying to be rude earlier, but you will find the above link to be in the ballpark of reasonable. Trying to sell a scratched, used board that you either got free or on the cheap, for $200 more than its worth just stinks, and is likely to get you flamed in any language.

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Sounds to me like he is a scammer
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Sounds to me like he is a scammer
Some of you guys are so mean. Because my english isn't perfect, and because my knowledge about prices and stuff. I hope when you guys started your story with snowboarding you were geniunes and I didn't have to ask other people about anything.
And if I would be a scammer I wouldn't send macro pic's and I wouldn't riped off wax because I would love to hide everything.

Anyway, what's in yours opinion good price for my board?
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Alright first of all no one is gonna buy that board for that much and definitely aren't going to even if they wanted to because we can't understand you.

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Some of you guys are so mean. Because my english isn't perfect, and because my knowledge about prices and stuff. I hope when you guys started your story with snowboarding you were geniunes and I didn't have to ask other people about anything.
And if I would be a scammer I wouldn't send macro pic's and I wouldn't riped off wax because I would love to hide everything.

Anyway, what's in yours opinion good price for my board?
I wouldn't worry about people giving you shit about your english, in fact by getting mad/upset you are stoking the fire. Anyways you have to understand, it sounds really dodgy when someone comes on here and their first post is trying to sell a used board for a high price quickly. It screams stolen or scam.

Anyway i would suggest that around the $350 to $400 mark would be a reasonable price for a 2013 used skunk ape dependant on how good of a condition it was in.

Now if you could post pics on here, and then show you have some experience on eBay or similar maybe people might take this a bit more serious, have a good one!

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I wouldn't worry about people giving you shit about your english, in fact by getting mad/upset you are stoking the fire. Anyways you have to understand, it sounds really dodgy when someone comes on here and their first post is trying to sell a used board for a high price quickly. It screams stolen or scam.

Anyway i would suggest that around the $350 to $400 mark would be a reasonable price for a 2013 used skunk ape dependant on how good of a condition it was in.

Now if you could post pics on here, and then show you have some experience on eBay or similar maybe people might take this a bit more serious, have a good one!
Yeah I didn't think that way, I was just looking for some web page and I found this forum so I decide to sign in. In fakt still looking for the web page so that's why one of my first posts was about it.

Thanks for the quote, and ill try put some pics here after work.
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