On the used market, add ons are hit-and-miss in resale value. As a buyer they have $0 value because I don't want any of them. As a seller, they are 90% of value to the potential buyer because they are so wanted. To a dealer, it's $0 on the value.
Better to yank them all (which is why "reversibility" of each change needs to be considered) and sell them (50% or less) and the bike separately.
Ridden wet. Put up hard.
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