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deeeight danyul's article
Jan 26, 2015 at 21:37
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Hans Rey: Bike Vault
There's easily north of a hundred grand in that garage.
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Jan 26, 2015 at 11:47
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Selling
Jan 26, 2015 at 11:46
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Rocky Mountain Take-off wheel & tire set

$100 USD
* Price is firm, buyer pays all shipping, paypal payment only / NO cod * - Used but fair to good condition, were take-offs from a rocky mountain trailhead rental bike, i just trued and re-tensioned the spokes to within 1mm lateral. - Unmatched wheelset - Rear wheel is a Shimano M475 6-bolt disc QR hub (135mm spacing) laced to a Sun RhynoLite rim with black stainless spokes - Front wheel is a Wheeltech 6-bolt disc QR hub (100mm spacing) laced to a Alex TD24 disc rim with black stainless spokes - WTB 26 x 2.1 tires (Velociraptor in back, Motoraptor in front) - Deore 11-32 9 speed cassette and chain - Front wheel weighs 4.0 pounds, rear weighs 5.78 pounds and chain 10.1 oz as pictured

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Jan 24, 2015 at 10:53
Jan 24, 2015
Selling
Jan 24, 2015 at 10:52
Jan 24, 2015

Fox F100 RL 100mm disc or V-brake 26/650B/27.5

$225 USD
* Price is firm, buyer pays all shipping, paypal payment only / NO cod * - used but fair to good condition aside from numerous scratches and rub marks (see pics) - 1 1/8 x 8.8" straight alloy steerer tube - 100mm travel - 32mm stanchion tubes - 9mm QR open dropouts - I.S.disc mounts and V-brake studs - Air spring left leg, adjustable rebound damping and lockout oil cartridge right leg - 1,631 grams as pictured - designed for 26" tires but will clear 650B/27.5 up to about a 2.25 (I run Schwalbe Racing Ralphs in mine) without modifications.

deeeight WTB-Bikes's article
Jan 21, 2015 at 22:26
Jan 21, 2015
ALL DONE: Ask Us Anything with WTB -Tubeless Technology
@jcinv... depends on the tire... with the two options so far the trailblazer is reported to be 20mm smaller in diameter than a 29 x 2.3 but the problem there is what 2.3 are they comparing to? Conti's tend to have taller casing heights and less width for example for a given claimed size. The same source lists the Vee Trax Fatty as 745mm, which is 5mm more than the diameter tire that Salsa for example bases their current geometry around for their 29er models. Salsa also lists the diameter of a 26 x 3.8 as 742mm in their geometry numbers. And given that many Fat owners use second wheelsets with skinnier rubber for summer riding, especially on pavement, one might as well use a Trax Fatty 3.25 built to some 50mm rims. Surly btw lists 35mm as the minimum rim width for their plus tire offerings (either 26 x 2.75 or 29 x 3.0) and 50mm as the suggested rim width. Surly has a tire geometry chart on their website that shows how the rim width affects the tire dimensions and even for the same rim, they have four tires all listed as a 26 x 3.8 and the diameter varies from 726mm to 749mm. They even have two in their 26 plus category, the Dirt Wizard 2.75 width and a 3" wide version of the Knard and they vary by 15mm in diameter (from 697 to 712mm).
deeeight WTB-Bikes's article
Jan 21, 2015 at 12:50
Jan 21, 2015
ALL DONE: Ask Us Anything with WTB -Tubeless Technology
Was the On-Ramp an accidental discovery from the tooling you use to extrude your rims? I ask because I have WTB rims from 2008, years before you released your TCS system that have the ramps.
deeeight RichardCunningham's article
Jan 21, 2015 at 11:25
Jan 21, 2015
Five Questions: WTB's Jason Moeschler on Wheel and Tire Design
Good luck with that... especially since WTB still isn't shipping their tires while Vee rubber is theirs. Also the Vee's have a tread actually meant for off-road more than the touring design WTB went with. And again like the moron that we all know you to be, you're making assumptions on what I am going to be using my tires in and what I already have access to or will be using the tires in. If you think the 29er revelation and the DT forks are the only options...well... not too surprising given your being a moron that you have such limited knowledge.
deeeight RichardCunningham's article
Jan 21, 2015 at 10:49
Jan 21, 2015
Five Questions: WTB's Jason Moeschler on Wheel and Tire Design
Yes but as I have personal experience with Vee rubber tires already, as listed BELOW in another section of the commentary, I knew ahead of time before ordering that they in all likelyhood would NOT actually be 3.25" widths. Vee typically claims larger just as WTB often does (and WTB's GMS standard is even dumber, because nobody rides MTBs with tires inflated to 60PSI in order to achieve a claimed width). I also have the benefit of a wide range of internal width 650B wheels already as I've been riding 650Bs longer than almost anyone other than Kirk Pacenti himself, as I was one of the early adopters of his tires and doing conversions of 26ers starting in 2008 and now I'm going to be an early adopter of 650B plus as well. What are you going to be other than just another moron ?
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