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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-09-2009, 09:59 PM
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FS: 2008 Arbor A-Frame (used) w/ 2008 Rome Arsenal bindings (nib)

I have up for sale a 158 Arbor A-Frame for sale used one season. Nothing all that bad and will post pictures ASAP. Visually, due to the clear coat, there are some rough looking edges. Comes with Rome Arsenal bindings in white which are brand new (L). I am located in Ontario Canada and will work out shipping with the buyer.

Willing to split the set if price is right so shoot me an offer.

$500
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-10-2009, 06:35 AM
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$500? wow. thats a bit much for a used set up isnt it?

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Brand new bindings and 12 rides on it. If you think it's too much offer something. If your a troll, stay out of the thread.
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3000 posts and i'm a troll? go fuck yourself. your brand new bindings can be bought on sierra for $65. that makes your last years, used board worth $435?

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Wow, dropping the F bombs already. T.J. is right though, you're asking a bit much for the board. $350 would be on the high end for that board. Maybe you'll get lucky, but I'd be asking $400 to $425 for that set up max.
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at least it's not a lamar viper

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