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2013-11-27 11:50 AM

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Subject: rear hydration systems, xlab X-Nut, spinervals, wetsuit
I have a brand new in package X-nut for sale:
$20 shipped.

Used but in good condition Xlab Turbowing with bag straps. One of the straps has a missing gusset but still works the way it is:
$30 shipped.

Used but in good condition Xlab RM system with two CO2 mounts, also has a self made nano inflator mount(cut a bolt head off):
$25 shipped.


I also have 2 spinervals dvd's used but has original box.
$15 each or $25 both.

Used but in good condition Neosport wetsuit size large. One small fingernail nick in the left leg I have used it in 3 triathlons since the nick hasn't got any larger so I did not attempt to repair.
$40 shipped.


http://s291.photobucket.com/user/bigrthanur/slideshow/Tri%20Parts

PM for questions or more pictures. All items are OBO


2013-11-28 11:57 AM
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Subject: RE: rear hydration systems, xlab X-Nut, spinervals, wetsuit
I'm interested in the spinervals. Please email me...theroofcompany@yahoo.com.

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2013-11-29 5:13 PM
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Subject: RE: rear hydration systems, xlab X-Nut, spinervals, wetsuit
Sale pending on turbo wing and spinervals
2013-12-01 7:40 AM
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Xlab turbo and spinervals are sold.
2013-12-03 7:00 AM
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Sale pending on wetsuit
2013-12-16 7:45 AM
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