Wanted: Santa Cruz Nomad

Postby Crashchan on Sun 10/Jun/07 7:58pm

After Santa cruz nomad frame. Size medium proffered anodized but anything considered. Will even consider whole bike. :thumbsup:
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Postby Butch on Sun 10/Jun/07 8:02pm

I want a Nomad too. Shame I can't afford one...

Hope ya find one :)
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Postby Crashchan on Sun 10/Jun/07 8:07pm

I know that is why i am after a second hand one they are so pricey but so good:-)
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Postby Butch on Sun 10/Jun/07 8:10pm

Not many around 2nd hand, but there were 2 for sale not long ago.
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Postby Crashchan on Sun 10/Jun/07 8:21pm

Your so right looked at the polished one was not quite me all the rest are large frames. Have been looking at nomads in the states the Kiwi dollar is strong at the moment.
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Postby pinkmaggit on Sun 10/Jun/07 9:53pm

Do you have any idea how much shipping is from US to NZ?
I've seen Superlight frames for around $1400NZD. Pretty big saving... I guess warranty is an issue though right?
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Postby Crashchan on Mon 11/Jun/07 12:08pm

I have talked to dhl and fedex. Dhl $715 for nomad frme from LA to NZ and $445 Fedex LA to NZ have not talked to UPS yetbut for that price I know which one I would use. All I need is to find a good one in the states.
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Postby Monolith on Mon 11/Jun/07 6:33pm

What exactly is a hollow bike?

There is a nomad on trademe at the mo btw.
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Postby Crashchan on Tue 12/Jun/07 7:45am

Thanks I saw that one cool bike would be me but its a large and I need a meduim.
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Postby NOMADCRAZY on Mon 18/Jun/07 5:54pm

Hey there i bought a Nomad frame in from the states late last year and it cost me $89.55 USD and only took about 6 days to get here.
The guy in the states had to cut the box down a tiny bit to get it within the sizes required but saved me a packet on freight, we used Airmail Parcel Post. Dont know but it might help.
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Postby surfbum on Mon 18/Jun/07 8:17pm

I got a wheel in registered usps airmail and it was $35 USD big box too for a wheel.Remember tho if it is over $400 NZD including frieght and insurance you will pay gst and need an import licence tho
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Postby Crashchan on Mon 18/Jun/07 9:35pm

Thanks All the info you can get helps. That freight is way cheaper then what i have budgeted on. Where in the states did you get your frame from?
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Postby foesfly66 on Tue 19/Jun/07 5:17pm

Dude, check out my post on Vorb, and check your PM's
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Postby Crashchan on Tue 19/Jun/07 10:18pm

Will do
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