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Posted: Dec 27, 2020 at 15:03 Quote

2015 Overdrive Sport

- Continental Trail King 29 x 2.2 tires
- Rockshox Recon RL 100mm air fork
- New Shimano resin brake pads
- Converted to 1x setup
- iXF thru-axle crankset w/ 170mm arms
- 32T JGbike Elite narrow-white chainring
- Shimano UN26 hollowtech BB
- Shimano Deore M-6000 10-spd shifter
- Shimano Deore M-6000 rear derailleur
- Suncase 11-46T cassette
- Wolf Tooth GoatLink 11 bracket
- KMC titanium nitride (gold) chain
- Rockbros wide aluminum pedals
- Deeru 40mm bike stem
- PNW Range 780mm riser handlebar
- Ergon GA2 grips
- Ergon SMC Sport Gel saddle
- PNW Coast 120mm external dropper post
- PNW Loam Lever
- XLAB gear box
- Olight RN 1500 on SRAM Garmin mount
- Seemee 200 TL

Posted: Dec 29, 2020 at 19:00 Quote
Latest updates to the 2018 Diamondback Release 3 Spank 40mm rise bars Sensus Meaty Paws love these grips Offset bushing on the upper shock mount and an RWC needle bearing set on the lower butter E 13 pedals and TRS 9-49t cassette. Back on my favorite tire combo WTB Vigilante 2.6 Trailboss 2.4

2018 Release 3
Spank 40mm rise bars
Box Cusp 55mm stem
Sensus Meaty Paw Grips
E*thirteen pedals
E*thirteen TRS+ 9-46t cassette
Debonair air spring
Offset bushing in the upper shock mount (BB 4mm lower, HTA .5 degrees slacker)
RWC Needle bearing set in the lower shock mount (feels like butter!)
DT Swiss M1700 Spline 35 rims
WTB Vigilante 2.6/ Trailboss 2.4
Galfer 203mm Rotors (I will eventually go back to 180 on the rear)
Cane Creek Hellbender headset and BB
Custom rubber mastic tape chain slap silencer until I install my new STFU Bike kit.

Posted: Feb 18, 2021 at 14:35 Quote
mtnbikermitch wrote:
I have a 2013 Mason. I ran 29x2.6 VeeRubber flow snap on a Stans flow ex rim and it fit, but the side nobs would rub on the frame under cornering loads.
Tire/rim combos effect the actual width of the tire quite a bit. In my opinion a 2.3 or 2.4 is the widest I would go.

Thanks for the info. Everywhere I read said 2.4 is the limit

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