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OneUpComponents OneUpComponents's article
Jun 27, 2017 at 11:48
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OneUp Components EDC Tool Now Available
The tool stores either in the Pump or in the steerer. The Pump can not store in the steerer tube.
OneUpComponents OneUpComponents's article
Jun 27, 2017 at 11:30
46 mins
OneUp Components EDC Tool Now Available
Navigate to our "EDC TOOL SYSTEM" page, Select "INSIDE MY EDC PUMP" for storage option, Select "100cc PUMP" if you want the big guy.
OneUpComponents OneUpComponents's article
Jun 27, 2017 at 11:22
54 mins
OneUp Components EDC Tool Now Available
@nojzilla: Yes, but only if you want the lightest bearing preload setup in the world at 4.2g
OneUpComponents OneUpComponents's article
Jun 27, 2017 at 9:02
3 hours
OneUp Components EDC Tool Now Available
Our EDC system requires a minimum of 5mm of steerer tube above the stem. We then cut a very fine thread into an area of the steerer tube that doesn't need to be there at all. That said, in most warranty clauses the fine print will reveal that using aftermarket parts or doing modifications may void the warranty.
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Jun 23, 2017 at 9:42
Jun 23, 2017
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OneUpComponents WeAreOne's article
Jun 13, 2017 at 11:37
Jun 13, 2017
We Are One Movement: 7 Minutes of Cinematic Shredding Across BC - Video
We Are One wheels are sick! Nice work Dustin & Max!
OneUpComponents OneUpComponents's article
Jun 6, 2017 at 11:26
Jun 6, 2017
Clip Less, Shred More with Jacob Murray and Sid Slotegraaf - Video
We do not use a distributor in Canada. All of our products are available to LBS's and consumer direct at www.oneupcomponents.com
OneUpComponents OneUpComponents's article
Jun 6, 2017 at 10:22
Jun 6, 2017
Clip Less, Shred More with Jacob Murray and Sid Slotegraaf - Video
The Aluminum pedals features double-sealed, full-cartridge bearings throughout. The Composite pedal has cartridge bearings & DU bushings.
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Jun 2, 2017 at 11:19
Jun 2, 2017
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OneUpComponents paulaston's article
Jun 1, 2017 at 10:06
Jun 1, 2017
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@freestyIAM: Good question. Aluminum pedals allow you to take advantage of thinner wall thicknesses compared to Nylon composites. This in tern allows a designer to create the thinnest possible platform for a given axle/bearing configuration. An aluminum pedal can withstand rebuilding more easily compared to it's composite cousin and hold tighter tolerances with respect to any bearing fits. Pin thread pull out strength can only be achieved in an alloy pedal and therefore a bolt/nut system is required for composites. Typically nylon pedals don't have large platforms or as many pins for grip and therefore tend to be lighter. We strove to not compromise platform size or grip on our designs and matched the weight between them.
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