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deadkenny mikelevy's article
Jun 12, 2014 at 9:35
Jun 12, 2014
Technical Tuesday - Servicing Your Fox Float Shock
£18 from mojo now. Others do it £17. Still massively expensive compared to US price. Though to be fair not huge price for a service kit.
deadkenny SramMedia's article
Jan 9, 2014 at 4:40
Jan 9, 2014
SRAM to Officially License X-SYNC Technology
SRAM say "Imitation rings not manufactured to proper SRAM specifications may result in rapid wear and poor mud clearance, both of which may result in dropped chains" Nope, I'm not seeing that with my Works Components rings on two bikes ridden all summer and now through the hideously boggy UK winter, and still no chain dropped and cannot see any relevant wear on the chainring that's any different to any other chainring I've ever had, including expensive SRAM. Mud clearance is same as any other in my experience. But besides, it the chainring wears, buy another for £35. Still a fraction of the cost of buying an XX1 crank to use SRAM's proprietary BCD chainring (that still costs more).
deadkenny Rawkus777's video
Apr 12, 2013 at 12:43
Apr 12, 2013
video
Forestry work going on. When they're eventually finished the pixies will get back on sorting the trail.

deadkenny mattwragg's article
Mar 24, 2013 at 4:04
Mar 24, 2013
First Look: General Lee Wide-Range Cassette Adapter
Why so neg on @Waki's post? Look like some good stuff there. We need more options to push the big guys into making what we want, or enough out there to offer affordable alternatives to the big guys trying to push and lock us into expensive new systems.
deadkenny jackgillie's video
Dec 15, 2011 at 15:03
Dec 15, 2011
video
On the audio, could possibly just do a little enhancement. Think it just needs the volume level tweaking. If that brings out the wind then either okay or could filter it. I'm no expert on video editing though. If you want one other CC, back to the light gives bright background and dark subject. Shot with the light in front would be better, though you miss the lovely view! I would guess you could use reflectors to help though. As said a nice story, flows well and interspersed nicely with clips and good end sequence & music. And good healing from Si.

deadkenny si-paton's article
Dec 14, 2011 at 9:44
Dec 14, 2011
DMR Vault Pedal Review
Five Tens. End of problem.
deadkenny si-paton's article
Dec 14, 2011 at 9:42
Dec 14, 2011
DMR Vault Pedal Review
V8 are no where near as good as Vaults. Not bad, but world of difference. Still I'm sure they cost a fraction to make, but they are worth more money. Won't be long until the price drops and copies come out.
deadkenny si-paton's article
Dec 14, 2011 at 9:39
Dec 14, 2011
DMR Vault Pedal Review
Can be had for £60 or £70. Expensive yes, but I was after something with the same platform size and grip as Wellgo B54's which are dirt cheap but too chunky and bearings wearing out after a couple of years. Best thing on the market that matched the grip and platform were Vaults. Solid construction, lightweight and fit chunky Five Tens perfectly. Got them on the full sus as a luxury and decided I had to get them on the hard tail too. I'm sure you can get pedals similar for cheaper. Just if you're in the mood to splash out, these are damn nice.
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