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Lately I been seeing a number of Cervelo R2.5 bikes for sale. Some of these were recalled because the tubes could separate. Is it OK to put them up for sale knowing the potential problems for the buyer...or is it buyer beware?
 

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It's always buyer beware- no matter what.

But- if you know about a recall, particularly one like this, and don't mention it when you sell the bike, IMO you're scum. Period.
 

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ironman2012 said:
Lately I been seeing a number of Cervelo R2.5 bikes for sale. Some of these were recalled because the tubes could separate. Is it OK to put them up for sale knowing the potential problems for the buyer...or is it buyer beware?
Some people would sell their dead grandmas ashes if thought there was money in it.
 

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ironman2012 said:
Lately I been seeing a number of Cervelo R2.5 bikes for sale. Some of these were recalled because the tubes could separate. Is it OK to put them up for sale knowing the potential problems for the buyer...or is it buyer beware?


were just "some" recalled, or ALL of them?
 

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It's always buyer beware- no matter what.

But- if you know about a recall, particularly one like this, and don't mention it when you sell the bike, IMO you're scum. Period.
+10 :thumbsup: :eek: :thumbsup:
 
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