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Old 2011-04-01, 04:49 AM   #1
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HS33 with stainless lines and spooner

I got a really nice HS33 break with stainless lines and a spooner from lunicycle when I bought his GUni, only problem is that the line is a bit short for me.

The line is 16" or about 41cm. Perfect for a shorter rider or to be used on a larger wheel.

Everything works properly, this is the smoothest HS33 I have tried yet.

$130 for the brake
$20 for the spooner
$20 for mounting hardware

These things are $200 + the extras at UDC

Buyer pays shipping. I prefer paypal but can work with you if you want another payment method.

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OK price drop.

I found some spares I had so replaced the brake pads with new black ones and found all new mounting hardware.

$110 for the brake with steel braided lines
$15 for the spooner
$15 for mounting hardware (new never used)

If you are interested make me an offer. They are great brakes the line is just too short for my taste.
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*price drop*

$120 for the whole thing.

This is a used brake with stainless steel lines and spooner in excellent shape. Comes with new pads and new mounting hardware (not the used bolts you see in the pic)

Just beware that the line is 16" which would be appropriate for a shorter rider or to be mounted under the seat on a 29 or 36" unicycle.
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