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Aug 19, 2014 at 20:39Aug 19, 2014
First Look: Rocky Mountain's Carbon Thunderbolt MSL
Now that frame makers are able to hold tolerances? You mean Specialized ships bikes with a bottle of epoxy and won't warranty creaking anymore? Cervelo's entire 2013 line up was totally worthless and destroyed crank arms within a matter of 100's of miles? Trek bearings fall out after ~2000 miles and need their "upgrade" bearing so that you can ride the frame until its out of warranty or broken? Pressfit is a joke. A joke on the consumer.
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Aug 19, 2014 at 20:30Aug 19, 2014
Aug 19, 2014 at 20:27Aug 19, 2014
This was ridden by my lady friend for the past few seasons. Built it up new. Just serviced all the suspension, brakes, and rebuilt the reverb. Little dent on the downtube when she fell onto some rocks. I tried to take a picture of it but its hard to see. You can feel it with your hand a little bit but there's no kink in the metal I can see. Middle photo is trying to show it. SPECS: Rockshox Revelation 20mm RLT Ti Dual air fork (lowered to 120mm, recently serviced for sale) Rockshox Monarch RT3 rear shock (recently serviced) Stan's 3.3 Front wheel - set up tubeless Handbuilt Hope Pro 2 to DT Swiss XC717 rim rear wheel - set up tubeless SRAM XO 2x carbon cranks 170mm length w/ 39/26 chainrings (very clean, see pictures) SRAM X9 2x front derailleur SRAM XO 2x10 shifters in SILVER Truvativ AKA stem - 70mm SRAM 1071 chain & cassette Truvativ T30 carbon handlebars 640mm wide Avid XX 2012 hydro brakes (recently bled for sale) Rockshox Reverb seat post (rebuilt for sale and lever bled) Specialized RIVA saddle SRAM lock on grips Bontrager XR4 26x2.3" tires - 95% tread left, barely ridden Spares that come with bike: 2 sets of Elixir brake pads 2 160mm Avid HS1 rotors 1 bearing kit for frame Will trade for Yamaha TW200 or XT250 or similar.