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11-09-2010, 11:41 PM
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Yeah... apparently we're not allowed to sell things using HF boards, so might wanna change your post around. Perhaps you can trade gear? There is a jersey trading thread so maybe you can ask to trade your equipment. Not sure what you'd be looking for in a trade, but that's the only way you might be able to conduct your business of getting rid of your gear on this site.

Either way, I've seen mods say that there is no selling allowed on HF, so just a head's up

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If you still want to sell your gear, I'd suggest: First, look for a used sporting goods store around you. Those places are in business to buy and sell used gear, so that'd be a good starting point. Second, try craigslist.org. Sometimes people never show up after saying they will, but I've had pretty good buying and selling experiences using craigslist. If none of that works, there's always e-bay

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I would tend to avoid used equipment stores. If you can sell directly to someone, you'll make a lot more money on the sale. Craigslist, e-bay, flyer at your local rink.

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I would tend to avoid used equipment stores. If you can sell directly to someone, you'll make a lot more money on the sale. Craigslist, e-bay, flyer at your local rink.
I usually do too, but for quick cash it's the most reliable way. If you've got time, selling to an individual usually equates to more money, unless the person looking to buy is stupid and undervalues things ridiculously

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