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Jan 8, 2020 at 10:00
Jan 8, 2020

Cane Creek Double Barrel (Climb Switch)

$300 USD
2017 Cane Creek Double Barrel Climb Switch 8.5x 2.5 (216x63) Shock was fully serviced by Cane Creek ($200) at the end of 2018 and has about half a season of use on it after the service. Eyelets have been machined out to take normal 15mm bushings instead of the CC specific 14.7mm bushings typically used in CCDB shocks (bushings/bearing not included) Special Alloy Racing (SAR) Enduro spring 550lb Super light weight spring (lighter than a 500lb titanium spring that I have) Perfect working order, ready to ride. This shock eats up the steep rough stuff. Shipping/PayPal not included in price

Dec 6, 2019 at 14:38
Dec 6, 2019
MikeG156 mikelevy's article
Dec 3, 2019 at 12:24
Dec 3, 2019
First Look: Sprindex's Adjustable-Rate Coil Spring
@dreamlink87: Most cars use progressive wound springs. If the spring is designed to operate in that manner, it's not really a problem. They typically have a softer sleeve around the coils that bind though to protect them from wearing off the corrosion coating. The reason why there aren't many progressive springs is because there are different bike frames out there and it's hard (impossible) to make a spring that works for all of them. It's easier to use a "linear" spring and then a couple different bottom out bumper designs can be used to adjust progression. Push and Avalanche Racing both have different bottom out bumpers designs depending on how much progression is needed. They can also have material cut out of them to change the spring rate curve of the bumper.
MikeG156 mikelevy's article
Dec 2, 2019 at 9:50
Dec 2, 2019
First Look: Sprindex's Adjustable-Rate Coil Spring
@Golden-G: Depends on what performance you are talking about. Preventing the bike from moving while you stand and smash the pedals? I'd say that's "pedal platform" which actually comes down to the damper, not the spring. Coils maintain better traction due to less friction. I've climbed lots of stuff on a coil that I always loose traction on my air shock with. If anything, I felt like the coil had the most noticeable improvement while climbing.
MikeG156 mikelevy's article
Dec 2, 2019 at 9:34
Dec 2, 2019
First Look: Sprindex's Adjustable-Rate Coil Spring
@meathooker: It's not a differential equation to figure it out. Its the same equation as calculating electrical resistance of two resistors in parallel. Req = 1/(1/R1 + 1/R2) or for your example 66.7lb/in = 1(1/200 + 1/100) Two springs in series is softer than either of the two individual springs. It still works though as generally, you use a shorter spring specifically designed to coil bind (flat wire) for the softer rate. Once it reaches spring bind, only the higher rate spring is active. "Progressive" springs essentially do the same thing. Some of the windings are closer together than the others. These windings bottom out on each other first, essentially "deactivating" those coils and the spring rate increases.
Nov 23, 2019 at 16:04
Nov 23, 2019
Nov 16, 2019 at 9:59
Nov 16, 2019

Islabike Cnoc 14

$200 USD
This has been a great bike that has taken my boy from striding hallways to pedaling mild dirt trails without the need for training wheels. If your child is like mine was, too small for 16" but ready to learn to pedal, this is a perfect bike. My kid fit way better on this 14" bike than any of the cheap 12" bikes. All aluminum and super light (~11lbs) makes it easy for small kids to handle. Pull the crank out and it works great to teach them hand brakes as a balance bike before they learn to pedal. It's in good, but used condition with some scratches. Always stored indoors. Right now, it has just the rear brake and a freewheel rear hub. I also have cantilever brakes for the front and a second wheel with a coaster brake for the rear, along with a chain guard I'm including with it. $240 shipped/PayPal OBO

Nov 9, 2019 at 8:26
Nov 9, 2019
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