- Member since Feb 7, 2005
- 1 Followers
- Edmonton , Alberta
- Male / 32
Added 8 photos to old-photos
Apr 11, 2013 at 21:55Apr 11, 2013
Apr 11, 2013 at 21:52Apr 11, 2013
RCS titanium spring fits fox, marzocchi and rock shox, fits 8.5x2.5 length shock 550lbs weight. 150mm total length
Apr 11, 2013 at 21:41Apr 11, 2013
brand new taken off my specialized big hit which was purchased last year. The bike was 2 year old stock when I bought it, but it is brand new not used at all. It is a basic fork with air preload and rebound adjustments 160mm travel coil spring, 32mm stanchions. Perfect fork if you need a new one and don't have alot of cash, you will not find a fork of this quality for cheaper than this. 20mm axle, 1 1/8 steer tube and 8 1/4 inch steer tube length.
Added 7 photos to old-photos
Apr 11, 2013 at 21:25Apr 11, 2013
Apr 11, 2013 at 21:19Apr 11, 2013
rock shox pike 454 u-turn air excellent condition, this fork was on my girlfriends bike for one season and hardly used, it is basically brand new cosmectically and internally. In my opinion this is the best fork rock shox has ever made, it has motion control with lockout, compression, lockout threshold, positive and negative air adjustment, travel adjustment and 20mm maxle. Even though it was hardly used I have just had the oil changed because it has been sitting around for a few years. Steer tube is 1 1/8 and 7 3/4 inches long, flat black color, 140mm -110mm adjustable travel.
Added 7 photos to old-photos
Apr 11, 2013 at 21:03Apr 11, 2013
Apr 11, 2013 at 20:17Apr 11, 2013
Brand new cousin earl wheelset 20mm front hub and 12x142 rear through axl. These came off my trek scratch air when I bought it and were never used, they are mint condition. This is a good quality all mountain wheelset, the rims are welded and they are tubeless compatible with rim tape and valves. The rims have a nice wide internal width of 23mm and they are also reasonably light around 1800 grams. They do not include the disc brake rotors in the photos.
laerz mikekazimer's article
Mar 22, 2013 at 19:51Mar 22, 2013
First Look: RockShox, American Classic, KS - Taipei Show
With only 65mm travel this won't be finding it's way on to any bikes intended for agressive downhill usage???? what? Yeah because you definately want to run your seatpost really high for downhill. 65 mm of adjustment is about all you'd want on a dh bike. Also 65 mm adjustment is not nearly enough for all mountain. Who is this marketed for? the most usefull place for a dropper post is all mountain because you go up agressively and then you go down agressively. If you only ride cross country you more or less leave your seat post high and if you ride only downhill you more or less leave you seat post slammed. I like the lighter weight but 65mm of adjustment is not enough adjustment for all mountain. KS, the majority of people riding with dropper posts ride all mountain, because of the combination of up and down riders don't want to stop and constantly adjust their seatpost. Instead of 65mm of travel and extra weight I'd sooner keep my regular seatpost in the middle and save some weight and money, or buy a dropper post with 5 inches travel. Rethink this one and come out with the same lighter weight post, with a minimum of 5 inches travel and market it for all mountain riders who are the number 1 consumer of dropper posts.