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Used set of pedals but still in excellent condition. Will come with 2 sets of cleats, 1 used regularly but still work, the other I had on a back up pair of shoes so they are in way better shape. Will also come with the replacement grip pieces for the pedals (see photos).
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Bedrock system with Yakima front laoder trays that came off my 2008 Nissan Frontier. Everything has a lock on it, the trays, the bedrock system, both trays have Yakima accessory locks locking them to the crossbars. Used for 2 trips to Mammoth. Got a tow hitch and hitch rack so don't need this system anymore. Yakima Bedrock system ($199) https://www.yakima.com/bedrock-2 Yakima Crossbars Size Large 66 ($89) https://www.yakima.com/roundbar Yakima Frontloader tray x2 ($199) https://www.yakima.com/frontloader *** This is the new frontloader from Yakima, mine has a black dial with a red nob in the middle, on mine instead of having to screw the nob to lock the front wheel it has a ratcheting system, the red nob is a release of the ratchet to make it easier/quicker to load and unload your bike*** Yakima Accessory Lock Core x4 ($17 each) https://www.yakima.com/accessory-lock-housing ***As stated in the description I have locks on everything so yes cores are included unlike when you buy them new*** Yakima Lock Cores x6 ($79) ***I'm not counting the cores in the bedrock system becasue the system came with its own locks*** Grand total if you bought this all brand new like I did is $833 plus tax. I am asking $600, the system was used for 2 trips to mammoth, carried 3 bikes (I borrowed a thule tray for the middle bike) with no problems. If it wasn't mounted on the truck it was stored safely in my garage. All the rubber looks brand new still and the trays aren't faded from sun damage. The system as a whole looks brand new. Message me here if interested, I try to check PB daily. If I don't respond right away it's because I am at work.
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Used set of brakes with signs of wear. Levers have visible wear from a crash but function perfectly fine, its just the slx covers that got scuffed. Nothing got bent or damaged in the crash, fiancé just washed out on a loose sandy corner in Mammoth. Brand new resin finned pads with Shimano saint brake hoses, and I will bleed both before shipping. Front hose is about 2.5 feet long and rear about 5 feet long. $75 via paypal or cash in person, if you want them shipped you pay shipping.
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May 1, 2018 at 13:55May 1, 2018
Ask Pinkbike: Unwanted Unclipping, Badly Bled Brakes, & Toolbox Tips
@gbeaks33: if you are having to pump the brakes then that means you have air bubbles trapped in the system. Fill the syringe up with some fluid, put the bleed funnel on the lever (empty) and push fluid from the caliper up to the funnel. I guarantee you'll see some air bubbles come out. Don't push all the fluid through or you'll just introduce new air into the system. If that doesn't help I would bet money that you have a small leak somewhere in the system that is sucking in air. I had this issue with my DH bike once. Brakes worked great after a couple pumps. I'd bleed them and they just would never feel right. Come to find out after a dusty DH run that my line had a tiny little kink that was causing the issue.
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