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Dec 21, 2014 at 7:50
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Salsa CroMoto Grande Rigid fork

$85 USD
* Price is firm, buyer pays all shipping, paypal payment only / NO cod * - used but excellent condition, has only been used for snow riding by a 110 pound woman. Maybe 25-30 hours total riding time on it over the past two years. - 2011 model year - All Chromoly construction except for forged stainless steel dropouts - I.S. disc mount only - 1013 grams as pictured - 1 1/8 straight threadless steerer is 6.6 inches long. - clearance for up to about a 29 x 3" tire maximum

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Dec 21, 2014 at 7:46
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Manitou Mars CL

$150 USD
* Price is firm, buyer pays all shipping, paypal payment only / NO cod * - used but good condition although there is some peeling of the paint and scratched decals on the fork - 1 1/8 x 7 and 7/8 inch long straight steerer tube - 1359 grams as pictured - Air spring with TPC cartridge damper including compression lockout and adjustable rebound damping - 80mm travel - V-brake and 74mm Post disc mounts - cast magnesium lowers with bonded carbon-fiber fork brace, External taper butted Alloy steerer tube, teflon coated aluminum stanchion tubes, MRD HyperLite hollow forged alloy crown

Dec 20, 2014 at 6:46
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deeeight mdelorme's article
Dec 18, 2014 at 7:16
Dec 18, 2014
Inside Industry Nine Components
Yep, and CB did it before I9 existed. For that matter, Cane Creek used straight pull spokes with the tensioning done at the hub flanges (albeit with nipples) even before disc brakes became common place. While Mavic is seen as popularizing factory built high-end boutique wheelsets, it was really early composite wheel makers like HED, TriSpoke and Aerospoke that did it first more than 20 years ago.
deeeight mdelorme's article
Dec 18, 2014 at 7:07
Dec 18, 2014
Inside Industry Nine Components
Actually yes and its not from over tightening that threads usually strip its from letting the tension loosen off. That's the problem with disc wheels, people get lazy on wheel trueness/tension maintenance,
deeeight mdelorme's article
Dec 18, 2014 at 1:10
Dec 18, 2014
Inside Industry Nine Components
And I9 is even less supported by dealers worldwide than Mavic is, and if you strip the threads for one of their spokes out of the flange, you can throw away that whole hub shell. As to "Zircral", that's a european trade name for 7075 aluminum alloy. In other words, not only did I9 copy Mavic's use of aluminum spokes, they copied the alloy used as well.
deeeight mdelorme's article
Dec 18, 2014 at 0:15
Dec 18, 2014
Inside Industry Nine Components
" Industry Nine is unique in that they use aluminum spokes" Except no they're not, they have simply copied Mavic who has been using aluminum spokes for over a decade now.
deeeight mikekazimer's article
Dec 15, 2014 at 7:07
Dec 15, 2014
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt BC Edition - Review
You need to get your eyes checked, the pivot is still above the axle.
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