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    Help Appraising CAAD 10

    I'm selling a bike for a my son-in-law. It's a 2014 Cannondale CAAD 10 Ultegra. This site https://www.bicyclebluebook.com/Sear...priceMax=20000 says it worth about $700. It has upgraded wheels (RS80 Carbon fiber) and the derailleurs have been upgraded from the Ultegra to the Dura-Ace. Photos below. What price over the $700 can I ask with the upgrades?

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    Selling bikes is a money losing deal.

    The best thing to do is to take it apart, to part it out.

    Sell all the parts separately; well keep the brakes as a set, and the levers as a set, you know.

    It will take a bike mechanic to disassemble it properly and get it all clean and ready for sale properly but it's not hard at all if you have the tools and know how.

    You can look at ebay to find out how much each part is worth, you can check what's sold recently and what's selling now. For ebay, you have to factor in that they take about 13% off the top, including shipping costs, in fees. 10% for them and about 3% for paypal. So if you sell a part for $100 and it costs $10 to ship, you end up with about $77.
    use a torque wrench

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