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Mar 23, 2015 at 18:05Mar 23, 2015
Mar 19, 2015 at 18:33Mar 19, 2015
Used King Inset 2. 44/56 mm fit. 56mm bottom inset is red, 44mm top inset is black, bearing cap is gold, top cap is green. 1.5 Tapered steer tube compatible or could fit a 1 1/8 if you found a devolution base plate, which I dont have. Bought this used for a warranty frame I was receiving, but got some bad advice from the frame manufacturer and it did not fit. Serviced the headset as per chris king's website, flushing the bearings with wd-40, blowing them out with an air compressor and applying fresh grease through out. Ready to install, just doesnt fit my rig. This is less then I paid for it minus the service. Bottom is spotless, top has a few minor marks from removal on the bottom, but you wont see them when installed.
Nov 5, 2014 at 7:57Nov 5, 2014
Tried the 29er thing, but its not for me. Bought as frame only and built up with a mix of new and used parts. ON ONE Lurcher 29 Carbon frame 18" Fox 32 120mm 15 mm thru Kashima CTD XTR M985 Brakes XTR M980 2x10, 26/38 Cranks Pink Chris King ISO Hubs Front LD 15 mm rear 135 x 10 with fun bolts Stans Arch EX Black 32 Hole Rims, taped and valve stems included DT revolution spokes with pink nipples and 2 blues around the stem Pink Chris King 24mm Press Fit BB92 Pink Chris King Inset 3 Headset, 44 mm inset top, 49 mm external bottom XTR Direct Mount 2x10 Front D, dont remember model Easton EC 70 Seat Post Pink Salsa Lip Lock seatpost clamp 35. I have a couple odd ball things on this that I will pull before selling. I am running xtr m970 3x9 shifters and an m970 rapid rise rear d that I am guessing you dont want, and I do. I also have a roox fps freeride handlebar which is an old school ergo shape which most people dont like and i love so... Shoot me questions, and I will get photos up asap.
Sep 9, 2014 at 15:49Sep 9, 2014
Some older generation xtr m960 175 mm cranks. Come complete with lightly used rotor q ring 45/33/23 rings. These are highly sought for lightness and stiffness and look like jewellery after the elbow grease goes into to polish em up. Problem is this was one of those generations when xtr decided to make off sized bcd so you are limited in ring options. Selling as I ran into fit issues with a direct mount front d. Had no problems with standard mount frame. Google the rotor q rings and read reviews, then you be the judge. Shoot me any questions you have. Will consider selling separately as I have more then one set of these cranks and am happy to grind down tabs for the Jeff jones ss mod.
Aug 8, 2014 at 21:46Aug 8, 2014
Have been trying to find a matching front for this, but I am giving up. In great, lightly used shaped. Does not come with pads and I can't seem to find the bolt that holds the pads in place, but I will keep digging. I know when you buy new pads it comes with a cotter pin, so guessing that works, but have never tried. Will try to shoot some photos and post them up here asap. Awesome brake have the same ones on a couple other steeds and great power and modulation. What else do you want from your brake???If you have a front you want to sell, shoot me a text to so I can complete my set and delete this ad, or will trade for a set of new xt's+$$$. Not interested in anything non-shimano. I know what dot brake fluid does!!!
Aug 8, 2014 at 21:38Aug 8, 2014
So, if you check other ads, you will see I have a similar ad for a used set with 2x10 rings. Zealous buying on my part has me with 2 sets of these awesome cranks, but only need one. Will ride whichever one doesnt sell. These are brand new in the box never mounted. I have effed around a bit pulling rings and installing gates drive ring on these so they may have a couple minor marks, but they have never been in a frame and never been ridden. The preload plastic bolt type thing has some marks on it as I used it to install a different set of xtr's I have, but will see about finding you a shiny new one of those too.
Jun 29, 2014 at 18:30Jun 29, 2014
Have a 19" Marin Indian Fire Trail which I purchased used two seasons ago. Built it up and rode it as a commuter for 2 years, but it is time to go a different direction. Frame has been awesome and is a great fitting bike. My first ever mtb way too many years ago was an indian fire trail so I bought this thinking I should re-live my youth, and this one did not disappoint. Has some chain slap and some rub marks indicative of its age, but an awesome starting point for a 26 race rig or commuter. Not sure on the geometry, but you can probably track it down on the mighty interweb. Definitely slacked out compared to some old school hard tails I have ridden. Head tube is 1 1/8. Comes as frame only for the asking price, but have lots of other bits and pieces if you want/need to get you going
Jun 27, 2014 at 19:44Jun 27, 2014
As the title reads, these are the good xtr cranks. Wanna run 2x10, 3x10, old school 2x9, even older 3x9, or heaven forbid a bash ring??? Do it. Not the one off ring sizes that plague the m985's, these are standard bcd. Some scrapes, scratches and the odd pedal strike, but these are good to go for more miles then you can put on em. I bought these for a belt drive project hoping/planning on using the bolts and caps to finish off the look of the crank, but sadly my frame does not have clearance to run the gates ring on the inside so it was a total waste. 26/38 rings with all bolts and end caps as shown
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Jun 25, 2014 at 16:30Jun 25, 2014
May 16, 2014 at 13:21May 16, 2014
Believe this to be a 2012 which I bought used for a project that went a different direction. It has been collecting dust in my parts room for over a year now. RLC has been touted as better tunability/ride then the CTD which followed it. Stantions are mint. Some cable rub on arch and a bit on lowers but no scratches or gouges to mention. Tapered steer tube right around 7" with star nut installed. This thing is sweet. I just opted for more travel.