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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-23-2011, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
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Like new Libtech Attack Banana and Reflex Cartels

Gauging interest here; I have a 2011 Lib Tech Attack Banana 156cm. The deck was only ridden 3 times this past season due to a busy work schedule. The bindings have around 5 days on them... Size Large. Pics upon request, but we know what they look like i'm sure. I am willing to ship at buyers expense.

Deck: $400 obo+shipping and PP fees
Grippers: $225 obo+shipping and PP fees.

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111 looks and no offers or questions?
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plain and simple your prices are waaaay to high.
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Also why it said OBO and open to offers. I am just gauging interest, if someone would like to make an offer i am willing to work with them to an extent.
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Would you take $350?
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I sold my attack for 350.00 and it was also mint. 2011 red attack if you have the blue then its an ok price at 400.00
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someone buy it or he will get 420 on ebay.
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someone buy it or he will get 420 on ebay.
ebayers are idiots.. i cant believe they are paying that much for sh*t. I saw a 2010 t rice go for 478 plus 35 shipping.

420 on ebay equals to 350 after paypal and ebay get their cuts. I hate ebay
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ebayers are idiots.. i cant believe they are paying that much for sh*t. I saw a 2010 t rice go for 478 plus 35 shipping.

420 on ebay equals to 350 after paypal and ebay get their cuts. I hate ebay
Snowjab you sound like a total hater on this one
if anything, ebay is the going price for the open market
snowboardingforum is a place where people nit pick every single price on the postings because either they or their mom knows a better deal or got a friend that knows a guy that can get it for cheaper


as for the OP, you price is not that far fetched. I sold my blue attack banana for $440 and the buyer was/is very happy. dont forget to try your luck on craigslist and locally to save on shipping
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Snowjab you sound like a total hater on this one
if anything, ebay is the going price for the open market
snowboardingforum is a place where people nit pick every single price on the postings because either they or their mom knows a better deal or got a friend that knows a guy that can get it for cheaper


as for the OP, you price is not that far fetched. I sold my blue attack banana for $440 and the buyer was/is very happy. dont forget to try your luck on craigslist and locally to save on shipping
Yea but sometimes i think they are having friends drive up the prices, you dont get DEALS on ebay anymore.. I guess im lucky to live in the NW where you constantly see people selling quality stuff on craigs n stuff. I sell baseball gear on forums too and funny but there alot of people pay paypal gift, not so much here. Its a smaller group there.
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