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We are open M-F 8-4 Central Condition: Manufacturer: Fuji MFG Part#: YB-SM13-15 Our Part#: 368418 UPC: 656169684188 2016 15″ Fuji SLM 1.1 Di2 27.5″ Hardtail Carbon Fiber Mountain Bike XTR 11s NEW 2016 FUJI SLM 1.1 XTR DI2 27.5″ HARDTAIL MTB BIKE NEW IN BOX / $6999.99 / SHIPS IN 24HRS SPECIFICATIONS: Manufacturer: Fuji Model: SLM 1.1 Di2 (2016) Wheel Size: 27.5″ Type: Hardtail MTB Bike Weight: 21.6 lbs (Manufacturer’s claim) Condition: New in box Images taken from size 17″ COMPONENTS: Frame: C15 super-light high-modulus carbon w/ internal shift cable routing, shaped oversized ride-tuned down tube, tapered 1 1/8″ – 1.5″ head tube, PF30 bottom bracket Rear Triangle: C15 super-light high-modulus carbon seatstays w/ shaped ride-tuned chainstay, carbon 142x12mm dropout and replaceable hanger Fork: Fox 32 FLOAT 27.5 Factory FIT iRD 3-position w/ Kashima coating, electronic remote lockout, tapered alloy steerer, 15mm thru axle, 100mm travel Crankset: Oval Concepts M620, hollow forged w/ M35 integrated spindle, 36/26T Bottom Bracket: Praxis M35 Pedals: No Pedals Included Front derailleur: Shimano XTR Di2, direct mount Rear derailleur: Shimano XTR Di2 shadow plus, 11-speed Shifter: Shimano XTR Di2, 22-speed Cassette: Shimano XTR, 11-40T, 11-speed Chain: Shimano XTR, 11-speed Wheetset: DT Swiss XR1501 Spline One 27.5 wheelset, 28h, 15mm front, 142x12mm rear, welded rims, tubeless ready, DT Swiss Competition spokes Tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph Evolution, 27.5″ x 2.25″ 67tpi, folding Brakeset: Shimano XTR, hydraulic disc, 180/160mm rotors Headset: FSA NO. 42, 1 1/8″ – 1.5″, sealed cartridge bearings Handlebar: Oval Concepts 800 / 815, carbon, riser, 31.8mm, 9° sweep, 15mm rise Stem: Oval Concepts 777SL, 7050 alloy w/ titanium bolts, 31.8mm clamp diameter, 6° rise Grips: 800 foam SL Saddle: Oval Concepts 800 w/ carbon rails Seatpost:Oval Concepts 850, carbon, 27.2mm, double-bolt micro-adjust Weight: 21.6lbs Notes on complete bike purchases: Some assembly required. It is advised that a professional mechanic perform the assembly. It is at our discretion which warranty claims are due to improper assembly versus actual defects, and no warranty claims will be accepted unless it is proven that a professional mechanic performed the assembly. Please refer to the attached video on what you may need to do to assemble the bike. No sizing information will be provided beyond what’s shown below We cannot determine proper sizing given your body. It’s a personal choice as to which size you prefer, and there are loads of resources online for you to best choose a size that fits your body. We advise you to stay away from resources regarding standover height as a method of determining size. We can not warranty plastic pieces on the bike. Plastic is generally considered a mildly fragile material, and we do not have replacements should you want them. The bike comes with plastic pieces: Most everyone will receive intact, the aforementioned pieces, but if you happen to receive ones broken during shipping, they’re missing, or you break them, We can not be responsible for obtaining/replacing them. As a proper mindset, assume they’re not meant to be included. We can not warranty any crank issue due to improper assembly. Failure to sufficiently tighten crank bolts, pedals, or putting the wrong pedal in the wrong crank arm (there are right and left pedals), will not be warrantied. The manufacturer may have made equal, but different subsitutions on the bike such as tire brand, stem length, crank length, etc. We cannot open all the boxes, unwrap them from their protective packaging, and verify that every single bike is exactly the same as the bike we used for images and this components list. It is highly probable that your bike will be identical, but if it happens that not everything is exactly the same and all parts are equivalent in quality, We can not offer any compensation for the parts to be replaced. Condition Notes This item is new in retail packaging. General Assembly Notes: At the same time as working on bicycles is not difficult, an improperly assembled / tuned bicycle can lead to damage to the bicycle or injury to you. We recommend that you have a qualified mechanic install components and service your bicycle. Brakes – It is not uncommon that new hydraulic brakes would required bleeding. At the same time as not difficult for a qualified mechanic it is very easy to introduce air into the lines. We strongly recommend you have a qualified mechanic bleed your brakes if necessary. Wheels – It is not uncommon that a new wheel may require some minor truing and if equipped bearing cone adjustment. Suspension – Shocks are not easily serviced outside a shop setting. Any adjustment beyond rebound and sag should be done by a shop. Quick note on lockout function, it will not become rigid, it will on the other hand be very stiff. NOTE: STRIPPED THREADS IN CRANKS AND PEDALS ARE DUE TO THOSE COMPONENTS NOT BEING PROPERLY TIGHTENED. STRIPPED THREADS DUE TO IMPROPER ASSEMBLY / MAINTENANCE ARE NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY. Some items we sell qualify for the mfg warranty, most do not. Generally items in retail packaging can qualify, OE items do not. We can warranty all items we sell for 30 days. At the same time as working on bicycles is not difficult, an improperly assembled / tuned bicycle can lead to damage to the bicycle or injury to you. We recommend that you have a qualified mechanic install components and service your bicycle. Brakes – It is not uncommon that new hydraulic brakes would required bleeding. At the same time as not difficult for a qualified mechanic it is very easy to introduce air into the lines. We strongly recommend you have a qualified mechanic bleed your brakes if necessary. Bleeding brakes is not covered by warranty. Wheels – It is not uncommon that a new wheel may require some minor truing and if equipped, bearing cone adjustment. Minor wheel truing and cone adjustment are not covered by warranty. Suspension – Shocks are not easily serviced outside a shop setting. Any adjustment beyond rebound and sag should be done by a shop. Quick note on lockout function, it will not become rigid, it will on the other hand be very stiff. We can not replace a shock that does not become “rigid “when locked out if equipped. NOTE: STRIPPED THREADS IN CRANKS AND PEDALS ARE DUE TO THOSE COMPONENTS NOT BEING PROPERLY TIGHTENED. STRIPPED THREADS DUE TO IMPROPER ASSEMBLY / MAINTENANCE ARE NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY. Rates – please see shipping tab at the top of the description for expedited options. Combined Shipping Discounts – No discounts are given for multiple items. All items are sold with free shipping. AK, HI, APO/FPO – Shipping to these locations is a global on / off function. Due to the varied nature of our product mix and the impact of DIM weight we are not able to ship to these locations. International Shipping – Customs / Duty / Taxes are NOT included in the shipping price. These charges are determined by your government and will be collected at delivery. Returns are accepted if you contact us within 30 days of delivery Item must be in new condition in original packaging You are responsible for return shipping Items offered with free shipping will have the actual original shipping deducted from the return amount. Shipping is not refundable. We accept and prefer PayPal. We also accept Visa, Master Card, Amex and Discover. eBay charges a commission on all sales when you commit to buy. If for any reason you want to cancel a transaction please contact us so we will be able to initiate a mutual agreement to cancel a transaction. If you fail to contact us our only other recourse to recoup that commission is to file an unpaid item dispute. We wait 10 days after the close of an item to initiate that process. This is not personal, we just can’t come up with the money for to pay commissions on sales that do not complete. We prefer email. We answer email M-F. Please use the ask a question link at the bottom of the description or the ask seller a question link at the top of the page. We strive to answer all email within 1 business day. We are open M-F 8-4 Central. Sorry we are no longer allowed to list our phone number, please use the “Find Contact Information” form. We respect your privacy. We only collect the information needed to receive your payment and ship your order. We do collect your phone number in the checkout in order to assist the carrier if there is a problem at delivery. We can not sell your information to anyone. During checkout you’re going to have the option to opt into a mailing list. Unless you opt in, the only email you’re going to receive from us is information necessary to update you on the status of your order. Where do you get your stuff? – Trade secret. Why do you use your own UPC and not the MFG’s UPC? – Using our own UPC’s gives us greater influence on the description. Because many of our parts are OE they either do not have a MFG UPC or may differ slightly on what is included. Using a MFG UPC can cause our description to be overridden by a catalog description that may not match what we are selling. Additionally many manufactures use UPC’s that start with a 4. Those are not necessarily unique numbers and are not at all times valid as unique product identifiers outside a store setting. You say over and over to have a qualified mechanic work on my bike. What if I want to do my own work? – Not a problem, most repairs are easy and do not require special tools. There are several great instructional resources out there. Just be aware as a novice it will take you longer and components damaged due to improper installation are not covered by warranty. Can I pick up my item to save shipping? – Yes, but we are in the sticks. Our closest Starbucks is 30 minutes away. We do ask that you contact us first so we will be able to pull your order. With drive time and gas not many people realize a savings. Our History Before disc brakes, before V-brakes, before suspension forks, around the time the first index shifters that actually worked and the first production mountain bikes hit your LBS, Ben Gibbs started Bennett’s Cycle in St. Louis Park, MN. In the late ‘90’s he sold that shop and started experimenting with online sales. Ben started selling on eBay in ’99, back in the day when your default user ID was your email address. If you wanted to get fancy you could change that to your website URL. That ID (can’t put the name here because it included a URL) was probably the most first to exceed 100,000 positive feedbacks. In 2006 Ben sold that company and moved to his cabin near Cross Lake. In 2006, I, Tom Maschhoff, made the jump from employee to partner and started Crosslake Sales with Ben. Our history and passion for bicycles and cycling gear goes way back and provides inspiration for our future. Our Business Philosophy Move as many parts as imaginable without it being a pain. Just keeping it real. Pulling that off is a bit easier said than done. In order to do that we strive to deliver value to our customers by sourcing quality products at prices that make you ask is that for real? We commit to being honest and fair in our transactions with customers and suppliers. If a dispute arises, if we are at fault, admit it early. We are committed to providing a work environment that recognizes the unique value of each of our employees. And recognize that work, At the same time as it consumes much or our time, is only a part of who we are and by being welcoming and accommodating when life spills in. The only slightly unreasonable thing we ask of them is to stay out of our parking spots. Where we are: Crosslake Sales Crosslake, MN 56442 We also have two other remote warehouses in the area for a total footprint of 45,000 sqft Copyright © Random Bike Parts. All rights reserved.