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Sep 24, 2016

GT Peace 9R Multi Frameset Medium 17 inch

$325 USD
* Price is in USD and is firm, buyer pays all shipping, paypal payment only * -"used but good condition aside from numerous small paint chips/scratches and some minor rust inside the center of the BB shell (see pictures) - double butted 4130 chromoly frame and butted 4130 chromoly fork - 2008 model year - suspension corrected geometry for a 80mm travel fork - disc only with I.S. mounts front and rear with post mount adapters included for 160mm rotors - clearance for 29 x 2.3 tires - Size medium, according to the GT Catalog the numbers are 432 mm / 17 inch seat tube, 612mm Effective horizontal top tube length, 448mm chainstay length, 72 head / 73 seat angles, 1098mm wheelbase, 727mm stand over height, 470mm Axle-Crown fork length / 45mm rake, 312mm bottom bracket height - Frame takes 1 1/8 straight steerer forks, 28.6 top pull front derailleur, 135mm rear axle spacing, and is listed for 26.8 seatposts but I found 27.0 fit tighter/slipped less often - Includes Chris King NoThreadset headset, Zefal bottle cage, Fwd Deflector shield downtube fender, Easton EA50 100mm length stem, headset spacers, and seatpost clamp/QR - 9.7 pounds complete frameset weight as pictured - stock setup the bike was built with a 70mm stem and 25mm rear offset seatpost but I ran it with a longer stem and no-offset post instead.

deeeight devinci's article
Sep 18, 2016 at 2:00
Sep 18, 2016
Quebec Craft - Bikes, Trails and Beers in the Heart of Poutine Country
Two nice things about the T4 Eurovan generation Westys are the front 2.5 audi Inline-5 engine / FWD layout makes a rear trailer hit/rack mount a lot easier to accomplish than than the previous generations rear mounted 2.0L Flat-4 engine / RWD layout (anyone who owns one knows how messy it is under the back of one in terms of exhaust headers, pipes and muffler arrangement) and if you HIT something head on, the front powertrain helps shield the driver/front passenger better. I just replaced 25 feet of brake lines on my 87 Westy a month ago.
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Sep 17, 2016 at 13:51
Sep 17, 2016

New Race Face Atlas DH Blue Crankarm & BB set

$175 USD
* Price is firm and in USD, buyer pays shipping, paypal payment only * - 64/104mm 4-bolt pattern spider which includes innner ring spacer but no chainrings or ring bolts - Forged and CNC'd from high strength aluminum alloy - 9/16" pedal threads and includes pedal washers - 170mm arm length - 24mm diameter axle compatible with 83mm width external type bottom brackets - 696 grams for crank arms , 8 grams for spacer & pedal washers, 100 grams for bottom bracket - Race Face X-Type DH 83mm shell width bottom bracket included

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deeeight mikekazimer's article
Sep 2, 2016 at 23:42
Sep 2, 2016
Randoms Round 2 - Eurobike 2016
Right...because rachel couldn't possibly be the faster rider on her own ability and merits right ?
deeeight norcobicycles's article
Sep 1, 2016 at 20:20
Sep 1, 2016
Norco Torrent FS+ - First Look
To me, its all about tire width with plus bikes, same as with fats. More rubber contact = more traction = lower ground pressure. I'm not particular interested in being limited to the small end of the plus width options, so unless this norco has been designed to take 3.25s... its not a model I'd ever buy. Rocky builds their FS plus bikes to take 3.25s (Pipeline and Sherpa) and Specialized's 6Fattier FSR can clear a 3.5 tire in the back (not that anyone makes such a width yet, though if you ran a Bontrager Hodag 3.8 on a narrower than 80mm rim it'd probably limit the width to 3.5). That's the main reason I went with a Spec Fuse 6Fattie hardtail over a Devinci Hendrix full suspension (the price diff to me would have only been about $500). The Hendrix has maxxis tires that were labeled 3.0s but because of the 35mm rim spec, the actual tire width came out about 2.8, and there wasn't really room for more in the frame. The Fuse had the better tire clearance and came stock with wider 50mm rims, so its specialized 3.0 labeled tires really were 3.0 width. I replaced the stock rubber for Vee Trax Fatty 3.25s the moment I got the bike home, setup tubeless with no effort at all on the WTB Scraper rims, and they barely leak any air at all (I lose like 1psi over 5 days). The Vee's have a 120TPI casing with Silica rubber compound, roll great, grip great, and inflated to a measured 3.16 inch width, at more than a quarter pound less weight than the stock specialized tires.
deeeight vernonfelton's article
Aug 21, 2016 at 20:14
Aug 21, 2016
Sunday Randoms: Crankworx Whistler 2016
I want that hand sanitizer... that'll make a great christmas present for people.
deeeight RichardCunningham's article
Aug 18, 2016 at 11:55
Aug 18, 2016
Whistler Village Randoms: Crankworx 2016
@Kyle201: oops...that was supposed to be 4.0, although...maxxis having read that might get the idea to do a 3.0 to compete with Surly's 26 dirt wizard offerings.
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