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Old 12-06-2017, 11:30 PM   #1
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Default Safety Devices D1 rack and Ladder

I have a rack and ladder for a D1. The rack is in good shape, but the powder coat on the ladder is starting to peal I have all the mounting hardware.


I live near Denver CO and I assume local pickup is the only feasible option, but if someone whats to set up and pay for freight, then ill do it

I feel like $800 is a fair deal.

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Old 12-08-2017, 07:25 PM   #2
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I have a rack and ladder for a D1. The rack is in good shape, but the powder coat on the ladder is starting to peal I have all the mounting hardware.


I live near Denver CO and I assume local pickup is the only feasible option, but if someone whats to set up and pay for freight, then ill do it

I feel like $800 is a fair deal.

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Im going to post this on ebay. Realistically, what should I expect to get for it?
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Old 12-08-2017, 07:51 PM   #3
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Considering the outrageous market for 20+ year old Rovers, the sky is the limit.

There is a SD rack for a D1 on ebay (Reno) asking $450, but that is only one data point. Start high, if it doesn't sell then lower your price a bit. Location is the problem. For an item like this, you need the right combination of a willing buyer who wants this rack now and lives near you.
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Old 12-12-2017, 05:04 PM   #4
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Considering the outrageous market for 20+ year old Rovers, the sky is the limit.

There is a SD rack for a D1 on ebay (Reno) asking $450, but that is only one data point. Start high, if it doesn't sell then lower your price a bit. Location is the problem. For an item like this, you need the right combination of a willing buyer who wants this rack now and lives near you.

Geez, that one in reno is rusted and missing mounting hardware.

I feel od about getting $750 for mine, but i just have to find a local buyer.

Good news is that Denver Metro is a large area and there are a lot of rovers out here
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Old 12-14-2017, 11:12 AM   #5
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From what I’ve seen while I’ve been looking for a while and check CL a few times a day for one near me: They usually seem to sell for around $600. But when they get listed for that they sell in hours. There was a D1 SD rack posted on CL Boston and LRF on 12/3. It lasted until Tuesday of this week or so (iirc) for $700 including the lights. Obviously it’s not easy to know what he actually got, but that seems to be the market in NE. So you’re right there. GLWS.
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I finally sold my unicorn low D1 rack for $800. No lights, no rust, and with all hardware.
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I have one with SD flooring and lights I could bring to Romp for $900
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Old 12-14-2017, 02:34 PM   #8
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Okay, my craigslist add is pretty shitty. Ill redo that

Its funny though, you would think the Denver metro area would be a hot bed of activity
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I have one with SD flooring and lights I could bring to Romp for $900
Thank you very much for the offer, but that is a bit more than I want to spend if that price is firm.
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Is this one a low or high rack?
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Old 12-15-2017, 01:33 PM   #11
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Is this one a low or high rack?
Hell if I know
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If you're asking me it's a high rack

Don't forget if you can't find one local it will cost $100+ to ship
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It's a high rack.

For that matter everything in CO is high.
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It's a high rack.

For that matter everything in CO is high.

I get it!!!! its a joke about out elevation and marijuana laws
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If you're asking me it's a high rack

Don't forget if you can't find one local it will cost $100+ to ship
how do you ship
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I'm going to an event in his state I would bring it along

I wouldn't ship a rack other than freight
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As the others said, it's a high rack. I found your CL ad with good pics.

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As the others said, it's a high rack. I found your CL ad with good pics.

GLWS.
Your truck would look so good with that rack. Come on up to evergreen, we?ll install it on your truck. I?ll supply the beer
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Your truck would look so good with that rack. Come on up to evergreen, we?ll install it on your truck. I?ll supply the beer
I'm not interested in a high rack. I'm not into looks, either.

I'll wave as I pass by tomorrow morning. I'll be in Idaho Springs working. If things work out, I'll get some wheeling in, too.
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I'm not interested in a high rack. I'm not into looks, either.

I'll wave as I pass by tomorrow morning. I'll be in Idaho Springs working. If things work out, I'll get some wheeling in, too.
There is a rover group running pickle gulch around 11:30
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There is a rover group running pickle gulch around 11:30
That's the one.
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That's the one.
Yea. My brother is going. But I?m taking the kids skiing
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Yea. My brother is going. But I?m taking the kids skiing
I noticed that. I've met your brother at the monthly hangouts at Bout Time.

Have fun skiing.
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