I can handle pain, until it hurts...
Mar 31, 2015 at 15:52Mar 31, 2015
Yo I just built up a dialed 2014 Flatline Frame, it was raw and the previous owner sprayed it black. The black spray job is rubbin of a little bit in certain areas (chainstay/seatstay, and a minor spot on the top tube) but still looks pretty good. It would be super easy to raw it again and get it powedercoated, but I really liked the black so I left it. It looks better than it sounds. There is a slight bit of play in one of the links, likely needs new bushings in there, should be an easy fix. The bearings still roll smooth and all the other pivots are tight. I've got a 2014 dorado expert (non-carbon) up front and hot damn this fork has been the best fork I've ever ridden. I just relubed the seals and it's working fresh again. It's been ridden about a season, could use a rebuild in the future but is running smooth right now. Shock is a Fox Van RC, very few rides on it. One of the best shock I've ever ridden holy shit it's buttery in the back. no complaints here. It will come with either a 400lbs or 450lbs steel spring. Can upgrade you to a Kash RC4 for some more money. Avid brakes and Sram shifting, Raceface bb and cranks, all good stuff. Fun running bike, just took it out for the first time this season and had a blast. All in all it's a great bike that can be ridden right out of the box. I've only taken it on one ride since building it up and I'm sad to see it go already, but after examining my goals this year I don't really need a DH bike this season as my focus is elsewhere. I honestly wanted to get a bit more for the bike, I feel like it's worth more, but the bushing, and a fork will need some love eventually, so I dropped the price quite a bit. The bike is fucking dialed man, take advantage! Don't lowball me or I'll get sassy and I'm not nice when I'm sassy.
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Mar 23, 2015 at 0:25Mar 23, 2015
Got an almost new Fox Van RC that is 9.5 inches i2i. bought it off a bud who took it off a bike he brought brand new. He rode it for a few weeks, then upgraded to an RC4. I bought it in January for my old Flatline, did 5-6 short jump sessions on it, then sold the frame. I just picked up a new frame that came with an RC4, so I no longer need the Van. It's a beautifully smooth shock, and had the RC4 I just got not had a custom tune specifically for my bike, I likely woulda tossed the Van RC on there. It's so much easier to adjust than an RC4, but feels just as smooth. I will include a 400lbs steel spring. The ti-spring stays with me. Shipping locally will cost ya an extra 10-15 dolla, but to ship farther away it may run you up to about $25. Buyer pays shipping costs.
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