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May 26, 2014 at 12:12May 26, 2014
Barely used BOS Void for sale to fit a Trek Session. This shock was bought new from surf sales and then sent to J Tech to get is just so. It's in excellent condition and will come boxed with two sets of bushings (not needle rollers) and a set of of the internal spacers. One set of bushings is unused. I'm selling it because strangely I prefer the fox which was custom tuned from the outset for the 9.9. I think it just copes better with my lardy frame. The BOS is super smooth and has no stiction but the fox it is for me. i2i and stroke = 8.75 * 2.75 Thanks for looking! Dan.
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May 26, 2014 at 12:00May 26, 2014
dans160 raceface's article
Apr 22, 2014 at 4:36Apr 22, 2014
Race Face's President Purchases Easton Cycling
Easton wheels are pretty good and really good when bought at the huge discounts offered by some etailers. I would much rather have them that the mavic equivilents (I've had the mavics). The bearings in the rear hubs are a load of rubbish but Hope bearings fit and don't break the bank. Also Hope straight pull spokes fit and cost peanuts compared to mavic spokes. I also find it easier to get tires on and off. I've had no end of bother with mavic spokes and free hubs not to mention the cost of them!
dans160 frankfitzpatrick's article
Jan 31, 2014 at 13:32Jan 31, 2014
Video: The Bulldog
It's just great to see someone just muscle a bike down the hill for once. Hit it with a HAMMER! Don't tickle it with a ******* feather.
dans160 mikelevy's article
Dec 13, 2013 at 4:55Dec 13, 2013
Pinkbike Poll - Do You Have Any Rituals?
Left socks, shoes and pads on first. Check pads, brakes, goggles, bladder etc before dropping in. Ask Granddad to look after me if I am about to do something especially stupid. Which is everytime, as I fall into the category of 'old enough to know better'.
Nov 14, 2013 at 7:44Nov 14, 2013
Other than being fitted and ridden up and down the garden this stem is brand new. I prefer the shape of Easton bars so I'm going back to them Cheers for reading.
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Nov 14, 2013 at 7:36Nov 14, 2013
Nov 14, 2013 at 7:33Nov 14, 2013
Fitted and ridden up and down the garden, so pretty much new then. Prefer the shape of Easton so going back to them. They would be cheaper but bars cost a fortune to post out. They are 780mm wide with a 10mm rise