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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-17-2014, 03:08 AM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Selling 3 snowboards!

Hey guys, after years of lurking, I decided to make an account to sell a my board and my older and younger brother's boards! Details at the end of the post!

UPDATE: Never Summer Evo Mini sold!

2013 Never Summer Evo 154 and 2009 WWW still for sale!







The board on the left is a 2013 Never Summer Evo 154cm. The base is a little bit dark(I think from my black wax? Idk..) but works just like new. Edges are perfect and rustless and there are no core shots. The third picture represents the cosmetic marks on the board. Looking for $250 shipped.

The board in the middle is the 2009 k2 World Wide Weapon(WWW) 155cm with the sweater design. Almost new condition and was ridden twice! Edges are also perfect/rustless and there are no core shots. Looking for $175 shipped.

I'm kind of new to this so PM me if you're interested in any of these and I will likely make an ebay listing for you!

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-17-2014, 09:50 AM
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Good luck with the sale.

Just thought I'd share this with ya. Since you have lurked a long time you know us but we don't know you. Many guys buy from each other all the time. Creating a listing, buyers won't want to pay your eBay fees, and it adds a step to the process that many of us wouldn't/don't want.
PayPal will afford you the protection you are looking for through a straight sale.

Again good luck on the sale

-I'm Slyder and I suffer from "Gummer Syndrome"
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Thanks for the advice! However, I believe the fees on ebay are only imposed on the seller, not the buyer(which I don't mind paying the few bucks). I'm just extra paranoid about dealing with sales outside of eBay because my brother has been scammed before
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