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laerz paulaston's article
Mar 23, 2015 at 16:26
Mar 23, 2015
American Classic - Taipei Show 2015
Their hub design has always had this issue, poor design IMO, I stripped the teeth of my ac hub on the first ride because the pawls were to slow to engage.
laerz paulaston's article
Mar 20, 2015 at 15:27
Mar 20, 2015
Randoms - Taipei Show 2015
I found their website, they don't have the 11-42 yet but the 11-40 is quite pricy at 306usd. https://hbmtb.com/HB/product/item/5
laerz paulaston's article
Mar 20, 2015 at 11:45
Mar 20, 2015
Randoms - Taipei Show 2015
Ya that cassette looks and sounds good, more info on that please. I tried looking for their website but came up with nothing.
laerz mikelevy's article
Mar 18, 2015 at 6:27
Mar 18, 2015
Praxis, KS and WTB - Taipei Show 2015
Uses ks' proven internals, proven to fail and be unreliable. Sorry but what is the point of an electric post if the internals are the same, to add weight with a huge battery. How about refining the internals so they are reliable? Also work on making the current design lighter not heavier. I am a fan of having less cables, but this seems useless, what happens when the battery dies. My issue with ks was never their cables, in fact the lev has the best cable attachment as it doesn't move up or down with the post, my issue is with their complete lack of reliability,poor user serviceabilty, and weight. Get on track ks and work on your products' issues don't create more by adding a battery for a non issue.
laerz RichardCunningham's article
Mar 17, 2015 at 18:16
Mar 17, 2015
Wolf Tooth GC 42 Cassette Cog - Review
I've done the same and it works perfectly, you're missing the point the cassette is completely stock in the middle so you don't have the un even jump to and from the sixteen tooth cog. What everyone here is complaining about. If you find that you don't use the 11t cog often,which I don't, other than to and from the trails like Jesse, then it's worth it. Perfect shifting throughout the cassette.
laerz mikekazimer's article
Mar 17, 2015 at 7:03
Mar 17, 2015
laerz rachellefrazer's article
Mar 8, 2015 at 20:06
Mar 8, 2015
March Online Deals
That's funny where you looking over my bike maintenance schedual? How do you know I don't do proper bike maintenance? In fact I am religious when it comes to maintenance, The pins came out after only few rides. I haven't had pin come out on any of my other pedals except one that tore out on a rock. You don't have to take my word for it, but IMO they are shit pedals, if you have some and like them that's good keep on tightening the pins every ride. If you don't then go ahead and buy some and see for yourself. You know I thought id just put it out there to save some others from wasting their money, but apparently I'm cheap according to rigodon and don't do maintenance according to you, you're entitled to your opinion but don't make assumptions about how much I spend on parts or how much bike maintenance I do. Seeing as how you don't know me you really have no clue about any of that.
laerz rachellefrazer's article
Mar 7, 2015 at 8:18
Mar 7, 2015
March Online Deals
Ya I know they are cheap, and I am certainly not, I have many other good sets of pedals, I bought those for my winter bike that takes a heavy beating. Surprisingly the plastic held up well, but it is slippery as he'll in wet conditions and doesn't hold the pins very well. At least I didn't spend much on them.
laerz rachellefrazer's article
Mar 7, 2015 at 8:14
Mar 7, 2015
March Online Deals
Ya I know I have lots of other pedals, good ones. I bought those for my winter bike, and a least I didn't spend much to realize they are not very good. On the other hand the plastic held up well, not broken or cracked, they're just slippery in wet conditions and the pins fall out of the plastic easily.
laerz rachellefrazer's article
Mar 6, 2015 at 9:59
Mar 6, 2015
March Online Deals
Those nuke proof electron pedals are garbage the plastic is so slippery especially when wet, their surface does not keep your shoes on even with my 5 tens, also the pins come out easily on their own. Wouldn't want them if they were free.
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