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Mitch7Yeti RichardCunningham's article
Feb 23, 2015 at 21:12Feb 23, 2015
Maxima SC1 Clear Coat - Review
Yeah, it's happening... Part of me likes to keep her clean and looking fresh, but getting dirty can be so satisfying.
Mitch7Yeti RichardCunningham's article
Feb 23, 2015 at 21:09Feb 23, 2015
Maxima SC1 Clear Coat - Review
It looks like a sweet product and I'll likely be a customer, but when I saw "clear coat" in the title a little part of me was hoping it would be a frame protection clear coat to keep my paint job even nicer.
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Feb 23, 2015 at 9:42Feb 23, 2015
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Mitch7Yeti pinkbikeaudience's article
Feb 17, 2015 at 13:35Feb 17, 2015
Ask Pinkbike: Can Tires Be Too Wide? Should I Be Using All My Shock Stroke? Is 140 Millimeters Enough Travel for Enduro?
What it really comes down to is what makes you the most comfortable. Personally I take about 140mm (135 rear and 150 front) to feel confident on the downhills while my 29in wheels (bring on the hate) help to smooth out the terrain up and down. That said, I raced Big Mountain Enduro in Keystone with someone on a 100mm 29er hardtail. He was only marginally slower than me on that bike, and only ended up with a large time gap due to flat tires. As long as it works for you, just ride it!
Feb 16, 2015 at 11:45Feb 16, 2015
Hey, I have a set of Sun Ringle Equalizer 27 wheels for sale. I got them on a bike I bought, but already had a set lined up to go on it, so I no longer need these. They're sweet wheels on quality Shimano XT hubs. The front axle is 15mm and the rear is 142x12. These are for a 29er. They run smooth and true and have no outstanding issues. I had them set up tubeless and they still have the tape and valve cores installed. If you need rotors let me know and I can work a couple into the deal for some extra money. Buyer pays shipping and PayPal fees should you want it shipped. Call, text, or PM me if interested or with any questions. I'm happy to answer anything you may have, but please don't ask me if its still available and then not respond after that. If the ad is still up then it's still available. Thanks for looking!
Feb 16, 2015 at 11:29Feb 16, 2015
Hey, I've got a Mavic Crossmax SX rear wheel for sale. It needs to have the rim and two spokes replaced, but if you know these wheels and how amazing the hubs are, then it's worth it! I bought it as a backup that I intended on rebuilding as a spare, but I'm no longer riding the bike it was for. I used an identical wheel on my enduro bike all last year, and I honestly have no clue how the original owner of this wheel managed to get it to the point of needing a new rim, because from my use it's been the most quality wheel I've had to date. The hub has 48 points of engagement that makes it feel lightning fast. The guy I bought it from said he recently replaced the bearings, and even though they're ok, I'd say that a little grease would have it running perfectly. My shop estimated the rim would be about $80 and these spokes are about $5 a piece, so it should be about $90 to get the parts to get it going again. The hub can be adapted to all sorts of standards, and I have the 135x10 adapters I can throw in if needed. It's set up as 142x12 currently. ****I do have a matching front wheel (pictured in this ad) in a separate ad for $200 that is in like new condition (it wasn't used with this wheel)**** Buyer pays shipping and PayPal fees should you want it shipped. Call, text, or PM me if interested or with any questions. I'm happy to answer anything you may have, but please don't ask me if its still available and then not respond after that. If the ad is still up then it's still available. Thanks for looking!
Feb 16, 2015 at 11:15Feb 16, 2015
Hey, I've got a like new Mavic Crossmax SX front wheel for sale. I bought this extremely lightly used from someone else as a backup wheel and never used it myself. I'm no longer riding the bike I had it for, so it's time for it to go. It's set up for a 20mm front axle but can be adapted to any size. I believe for another couple bucks I have the 15mm adapters for it. It's 100% true with no dents and basically no scratches. The bearings are also perfectly smooth. I used an identical set on my enduro bike all year and they put up ZERO fuss and sealed tubeless so easily with a low volume floor pump. Because the spokes don't penetrate the rim you don't even need tape! It's fully UST ready and needs to be ridden! ****Please note I have an identical rear wheel for sale for $50 that needs a new rim and two new spokes (approx. $100) and you could have a great wheelset. The rear wheel, however, I also bought separately and WAS NOT used with the front wheel this ad is for. (It's in the second picture)**** Buyer pays shipping and PayPal fees should you want it shipped. Call, text, or PM me if interested or with any questions. I'm happy to answer anything you may have, but please don't ask me if its still available and then not respond after that. If the ad is still up then it's still available. Thanks for looking!
Feb 16, 2015 at 10:50Feb 16, 2015
Hey, I'm putting up my 2011 Specialized Demo 8 II frame for sale. It's a size large. The frame is in good overall shape with minimal scratches and wear. It does, however, have a dent in the down tube up near the head tube. It's pictured, and prior to posting this ad, I had my shop check it for cracking and they couldn't find anything and gave it the good to go. The person I got it from told me that it had been there for two years and hasn't posed any issues. I bought it because I toyed with the thought of building it, as I have many parts that would make a sweet ride, but I've got way too many DH bikes in the first place and figured that I don't need another, so here it is. The price is for the frame, rear axle, and headset cups only. I do, however, have access to a Rockshox Vivid (minus the spring) for $95 and a full drivetrain minus the chainguide for another $150 should you need anything. Think of that, a nice Demo frame and shock for only $750! I have a ton of other miscellaneous parts laying around that would help you build it should it be needed. The frame also has a new shock mount that hooks it up to the rear triangle, so with some parts its totally ready to go! If you need it shipped, you must pay PayPal fees and shipping costs. Within the CONUS shipping will likely be around $50 or so. Price is firm. If you can't afford to pay the $650 please keep looking. Call, text, or PM me if interested or with questions. I'm happy to answer anything you may have, but please don't ask me if its still available and then not respond after that. Thanks for looking! Specs: -Head Tube Diameter: 1.5in (1 1/8 adaptor cups installed) -BB Width: 83mm -Rear Axle: 150x12 -Shock Size: 9.5x3.0 -Seat Post Diameter: 30.9mm
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