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Posted: Nov 21, 2019 at 16:20 Quote
Evanesco wrote:
So.. How am I pulling out these bearings? They sit in pairs close together.
Canyon Spectral CFR 2019. All carbon! The bearings are with a lib on the outer race, so they can't be pressed through.


Could be on the right path, but something like this might be what you're looking for? (Watch the video)
https://www.mxstore.com.au/p/Ballards-Wheel-Bearing-Puller-Kit/34-7009

Posted: Nov 22, 2019 at 0:40 Quote
churchburner wrote:
Evanesco wrote:
So.. How am I pulling out these bearings? They sit in pairs close together.
Canyon Spectral CFR 2019. All carbon! The bearings are with a lib on the outer race, so they can't be pressed through.


Could be on the right path, but something like this might be what you're looking for? (Watch the video)
https://www.mxstore.com.au/p/Ballards-Wheel-Bearing-Puller-Kit/34-7009

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When I had my Strive, I got some of these off a guy on ebay and they worked a treat. They do worldwide shipping and are cheaper than buying a full set that you only need a few of.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/132520734472?chn=ps&var=431873080315&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=710-134428-41853-0&mkcid=2&itemid=431873080315_132520734472&targetid=486542677590&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=9046366&campaignid=7643169318&mkgroupid=78014891501&rlsatarget=aud-381667280803:pla-486542677590&abcId=1139576&merchantid=116621632&gclid=Cj0KCQiAq97uBRCwARIsADTziyb8yDQZMsO5TtqdcDl3n-hHsFNrr4rMIzIeutrOXWYeDa61SjHnX1gaAnjIEALw_wcB

Posted: Nov 23, 2019 at 5:12 Quote
AndrewGray wrote:

you should get in touch with Toryt7 he had the same bike and same shock for a while without issue

Posted: Nov 23, 2019 at 5:18 Quote
Drygrass wrote:
nicoSB wrote:
petemichalski wrote:
Hi

I have got 2018 strive cf9 and am looking for pics of peoples head tubes...i did a service on my forks, reinstalled the forks and swear the gap between the fork crown and lower head tube looks bigger than it was. Its freaking me out as ive re done the headset install and fork install 3 times now with the same result...id love some pics to put my mind at ease before a weekend of lots of riding...cheers..pete

Post a pic of yours that'll be simpler

Gap between head tube and fork crown - Approx 2mm
Gap between head tube and fork crown - Approx 2mm

Head tube to fork crown gap
Head tube to fork crown gap

Youre sure the crown race is there, I dont see it on the second pic...
If the lower bearing is in the correct position and the crown race as well, it should look a bit tighter i reckon.

Posted: Dec 2, 2019 at 14:45 Quote
Currently an owner of the 2019 Strive CF 6.0. On the 2019 Strive, does anyone know if it would accept an angle set to slacken the head tube angle?
>If not, I'm planning on upping my travel up front to 170mm with a longer Lyrik air shaft to get it to 65.5 degrees.

Also, wanting to buy a coil for out rear for when I hit the parks in the coming summer, does anyone know what tools I'll need to remove the bearings/ bushings from the shock and install a new one?
>I currently have the Rock Shox rear bushing tool and a torque wrench and hex wrenches to remove the parts to get to the shock. Is this all I need and can use the bushings from my Super Deluxe, or are the bushings shock specific? Thinking of going with either a super deluxe coil, possibly fox DHX 2, or a bomber CR...

Posted: Dec 3, 2019 at 2:15 Quote
Doc007 wrote:
Currently an owner of the 2019 Strive CF 6.0. On the 2019 Strive, does anyone know if it would accept an angle set to slacken the head tube angle?
>If not, I'm planning on upping my travel up front to 170mm with a longer Lyrik air shaft to get it to 65.5 degrees.

Also, wanting to buy a coil for out rear for when I hit the parks in the coming summer, does anyone know what tools I'll need to remove the bearings/ bushings from the shock and install a new one?
>I currently have the Rock Shox rear bushing tool and a torque wrench and hex wrenches to remove the parts to get to the shock. Is this all I need and can use the bushings from my Super Deluxe, or are the bushings shock specific? Thinking of going with either a super deluxe coil, possibly fox DHX 2, or a bomber CR...

According to this reviewer, coil might no be that good on the strive, although it might just be a setting problem, cause I don't see why it shouldnt work with kinematics

https://enduro-mtb.com/en/editors-choice-canyon-strive-cfr/

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