- Member since May 23, 2011
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Aug 7, 2014 at 17:10Aug 7, 2014
Aug 7, 2014 at 17:09Aug 7, 2014
DT Swiss 350's laced to some WTB Frequency Team i23 29er rims, 15mm thru axle front, 12x142mm rear with the XD freehub for use with XX1/XO1 cassettes. Hubs are convertible for use with different axle sizes by changing the endcaps (I do not have any, but most bike shops/online dealers will) and can use a standard cassette by changing the freehub. Came off a 2014 Santa Cruz Tallboy LTc and are lightly used. Some cosmetic damage but are in perfect working order. Has the DT Swiss Star ratchet upgrade as well for faster engagement (approx retail cost of $100.) Asking $500 but am open to reasonable offers.
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Sep 30, 2013 at 22:39Sep 30, 2013
Apr 21, 2013 at 17:45Apr 21, 2013
I've got a Shimano PRO stem (100mm length, ±6 degrees, 31.8mm clamp) that I am no longer using. Light and stiff, great for XC/road bikes. Buyer pays shipping.
Apr 20, 2013 at 19:11Apr 20, 2013
First Look: Hyper's Prototype All-Mountain Machine - Sea Otter 2013
@ZachTacey: It helps isolate braking forces from the rear suspension action, keeping brake jack to a minimum. At least that's what it's supposed to do, anyways.
Jan 17, 2013 at 23:24Jan 17, 2013
KORE Launch XX1 Compatible Hub
$1500ish really isn't too bad, considering how new and how awesome XX1 is. For comparison, the XTR groupset is over $2000 and when you add all of the technology that has gone into XX1 to make it super solid, the price for the group is more than reasonable. If you're still pinching pennies, give SRAM a year or so and we'll see some trickle down before you know it.
Oct 2, 2011 at 13:06Oct 2, 2011
Tech Tuesday - Rotor Straightening
So first problem you are touching the rotor with your hands which have different oils on it and letting that rotor pass through the caliper so now you run the risk of fowling your brake pads and on an xo brake those run around 30 dollars canadian. Secondly you run the risk of cutting your hand. I would suggest purchasing a park tool DT-2 sprayed with some rubbing alcohol. Admittedly using the tool takes some skill but thats what practice is for. You solution has too many opportunities of running other things and causing more problems.