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Sep 29, 2014 at 9:53
Sep 29, 2014
Guess the Top 5 at Red Bull Rampage - Win a 2015 RockShox BoXXer Fork
- Cameron Zink (YT) - - Brandon Semenuk (Trek) - - Brett Rheeder (Trek) - - Kelly McGarry (Diamondback) - - Brendan Fairclough (Scott) -
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Transition Dirtbag Large 18" Rock Shox Totem Fox DHX 5.

$1300 USD
Size Large 18” 2009 Transition Dirtbag that has been used but well maintained. Frame has normal scratches from use but no dents or major blemishes. There are a good amount of scuffs on the top tube from my knee braces. This is an extremely strong and reliable build that can handle anything. Designed to be the ultimate freeride machine for any and every drop, jump, and DH line. Bike shifts and rides great. Complete bike weights about 45lbs. The build is as follows: Frame: Large 2009 Transition Dirtbag Shock: Fox DHX 5.0 w/ 700lb spring Fork: Rock Shox Totem Solo Air 1.5 steer tube (very small leak coming from one of the seals) Wheels: Azonic Outlaws (nice and smooth; strong and straight) Brakes: Avid Elixer R with 203mm rotors Stem: Transition 1.5 Bars: Answer Pro Taper DH (only a few rides) Cranks: Truvativ Headset: Cane Creek 1.5 (could use some new grease; but not noticeable when riding) Chain Guide: Transition Shifter: SRAM x9 Derailleur: SRAM x9 short cage Chain Ring: Raceface 34T Chain/Cassette: SRAM 9 speed (only a few rides) Pedals: Answer Rove FR (only a few rides) Seat Post: Truvativ Seat: Transition AM (tear in the back but overall great shape) Tires: WTB Dissent 2.5 Team DH tire (only a few rides) Tubes: Thick DH case schrader valve (only a few rides) Has upgraded dust covers on the main pivot points with the gold hardware Also Includes: Extra Transition wheel (used with a small flat spot, makes a great spare) Rise handle bars (well used) Extra frame decals E-13 bash guard Raceface 36T Chain Ring Truvativ 1.5 Stem Extra pedal pins Brand New Rock Shox Totem fork seals (was waiting for the leak to get worse before putting on; not pictured but still in factory packaging) Feel free to ask any questions. Thanks.

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Nov 22, 2011 at 11:24
Nov 22, 2011
Tech Tuesday - Cassette Removal and Installation
If you have an impact wrench; just put on the removal tool and hit it with impact and your done. No need for a chain whip or ghetto substitutes.
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