The 650B GT Sanction Thread

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The 650B GT Sanction Thread
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Posted: Mar 4, 2021 at 5:02 Quote
Hey. but they're expensive AF. Go to your local bike shop, they will do that in 5 mins.

Posted: Mar 4, 2021 at 5:12 Quote
t-stoff wrote:
Hey. but they're expensive AF. Go to your local bike shop, they will do that in 5 mins.

Thanks so much for your help

Posted: Mar 22, 2021 at 3:16 Quote
t-stoff wrote:
If you want the original, tritoncycles has it.
if you want a better solution/replacement there are several, I bought the CXP Racing dogbone w/bearings.
There's algo the IGUS solution which replaces the original bushings with a new type, a much better one.
everything is explained here in this thread if you search; refs, sites, feedback!

;D

Hey guys, i'm looking for a customize dogbone for my gt sanction. I see the one below as mentioned:

https://cxp-racing.myshopify.com/products/dogbone-fits-gt-sanction-and-fury

but this site is not available for international shipping (just chile or new zeland), is it correct? I'm in Italy.
Anyone has any suggestions?Any other site where can i
I buy bearings dogbone?

than you for time and help

Posted: Mar 22, 2021 at 5:22 Quote
pipsss wrote:

Hey guys, i'm looking for a customize dogbone for my gt sanction. I see the one below as mentioned:

https://cxp-racing.myshopify.com/products/dogbone-fits-gt-sanction-and-fury

but this site is not available for international shipping (just chile or new zeland), is it correct? I'm in Italy.

than you for time and help

I received it in Romania so, I wouldn't worry about Italy.
cheers.

Posted: Mar 22, 2021 at 6:05 Quote
eugenux wrote:
pipsss wrote:

Hey guys, i'm looking for a customize dogbone for my gt sanction. I see the one below as mentioned:

https://cxp-racing.myshopify.com/products/dogbone-fits-gt-sanction-and-fury

but this site is not available for international shipping (just chile or new zeland), is it correct? I'm in Italy.

than you for time and help

I received it in Romania so, I wouldn't worry about Italy.
cheers.

Oook, probably I'm doing something wrong with payment process. I can't use the account address data for international shipment but only the paypal one.
Thank you so much for you time and answer

Posted: Mar 24, 2021 at 4:56 Quote
Anyone knows where can I get spare dogbone bolts? Triton doesn’t seem to have them anymore

Posted: Mar 29, 2021 at 8:16 Quote
PERU HANDMADE DOGBONE
DOGBONE

Posted: Apr 9, 2021 at 13:23 Quote

165mm cranks, 26” back wheel, single speed and finally barspinable.

Posted: Jun 4, 2021 at 0:38 Quote
Hi Guys

I bought the IGUS 1517 bushings but when i put it in the bike it was very slack, as slack as the worn bush it had replaced. I then got my hands on a GT one and it was a much tighter fit and now the play has gone. Tried a new sleeve as well but it was the same size as the one i started with.

Has anyone else experienced this?

Posted: Jun 20, 2021 at 6:34 Quote
I need a spare dog bone bolt but I can’t seem to find one anywhere.
Anyone knows a supplier? Doesn’t have to be the original gt bolt(I’ve seen machined bolts for bearing dogbone sets in this thread)

Cheers

Posted: Jun 28, 2021 at 7:40 Quote

Finally got my sanction to almost how I want it, was gonna do an i9 wheelset and fox 36 but decided to save up for a dh bike instead.

Posted: Sep 2, 2021 at 0:45 Quote
Hi guys! I have a problem that my frame has been properly checked and serviced, every bearing and bushing is checked, replaced etc. But my rear wheel seems to stay crookedly in a frame. I have no idea whats that, bike goes over the terrain well, but this problem drives me crazy
Maybe thats a manufacturing problem?

Need your help, thanks in advance!
https://c.radikal.ru/c15/2109/6e/92c6836889fb.png

I can't insert photos ... if you click on the link to the Russian-language forum, there are many pictures that I could upload there (my sanction is green)
https://forum.dirt.ru/showthread.php?t=162067&page=108

I apologize for my stupidityRolleyes

Posted: Oct 6, 2021 at 21:17 Quote
A few riders in my part of the world have been very very happy with going the mullet route on their Sanctions using a 170mm 29er fork (reduced offset), 40mm stem (instead of 35mm or 50mm), and adding some more high speed compression to the rear shock.

Maybe worth a try for some of you.

Posted: Oct 6, 2021 at 23:54 Quote
Verbl-Kint wrote:
A few riders in my part of the world have been very very happy with going the mullet route on their Sanctions using a 170mm 29er fork (reduced offset), 40mm stem (instead of 35mm or 50mm), and adding some more high speed compression to the rear shock.

Maybe worth a try for some of you.

I always considered mulleting my former Sanction but I think it would be a problem with the current crop of high A2C forks. The best thing, IMO, would be to source out a new or 1 season used '19-'20 fox 36 grip 2 and use that as the current lyrics, zebs and fox 38 are high in the sky with their A2C. Then again, maybe a type B air shaft for a lyrik could do the trick, as it really sits at least 10mm lower in its travel then it is advertised.

One thing I do not understand is the stem length. That's a thing mostly related with rider preference, riding style, cockpit size(FC, ett, reach, stack) and so on. Why a mullet Sanction would work better with a 40mm stem?

cheers,
E.


 
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