Started out as a grimy shop-rat. Have now become a grimy head mechanic.

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Mar 20, 2019 at 8:22
Mar 20, 2019


$323 USD
Shadow Noctis Cranks (basically primo powerbites with a better spindle) Shadow 22mm bottom bracket Shadow 25t sprocket 10 inch rise S&M Fu-Bars Eastern seat Brand new KMC chain Also have the original bars and some stickers (see last photo) Willing to meet somewhere locally (McHenry area) Will ship at buyers expense

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Mar 20, 2019 at 8:13
Mar 20, 2019
Wuddii nr22's article
Apr 21, 2017 at 20:57
Apr 21, 2017
Inside Unior Tools
bike builder's moms?
Wuddii paulaston's article
Mar 4, 2017 at 6:30
Mar 4, 2017
Check Out - March
I don't trust issi pedals. I bought an early pair and the part that the front of the cleat goes under snapped after two rides. Their customer service was pretty poor too.
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Feb 22, 2017 at 13:11
Feb 22, 2017
Feb 22, 2017 at 13:06
Feb 22, 2017

*Price Drop* GT Sensor X Pro MED Lots of Upgrades

$2200 USD
Text me any time with a question if you've got one. If calling is your thing, feel free to, but I'm not always able to answer my phone. I'll get back to you as soon as i can, if that's the case. Or you can always pm me here. 2015 GT Sensor X Pro with tons of upgrades and bonuses. It's only been ridden for one full season, and a bit of the next one. Bike mechanic owned and maintained. Chain only has a week of riding on it. Some cosmetic spots in the paint, but no dents or dings. It is really great and well thought out bike on GT's behalf. The AOS suspension makes makes the climbing platform a lot better than some full suspension bikes I've ridden. Aside from that this bike is just a really capable shredder. It will eat up anything you throw at it, with ease. Manufacturer link: http://www.gtbicycles.com/usa_en/2015/bikes/mountain/trail/sensor-x-pro Specs: Upgrades are marked with an asterisk (*) Frame: COR Trail Philosophy, 6069 Hydroformed Aluminum Frame, 130mm Travel Independent Drivetrain © 27.5 AOS Suspension System w/Forged Linkage, Pivots,1 1/8"-1 1/2" Integrated Head Tube, and 12 x 142mm Maxle Dropouts Fork: RockShox Pike RC 27.5, 150mm Travel, 15mm Maxle, Lockout & Compression Adjust, Tapered Alloy Steerer Rear Shock: Fox Racing Shox Float CTD BV Adjust, 7.25"x1.75" Air Shock, w/ Rebound Adjust & Lockout Chain: KMC X10 * Crank: RaceFace Aeffect direct mount crank with 32T direct mount narrow wide chainring. Bottom Bracket: RaceFace Pedals: N/A Front Derailleur: e.thirteen XCX+ High Direct Mount Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT Shadow Plus, Direct Mount, RD-M786-D, GS Cage * Shifters: Shimano Saint Shifter Cog Set: Shimano CS-HG81-10, 10-Speed, 11-36T Rims: WTB STi23, UST Tubeless, 32H * Tires: Maxxis High Roller II's 2.4 Folding Bead (set up tubeless) * Hubs: DT Swiss 350 Hubs (centerlock) * Rotors: Shimano Saint Centerlock Rotors. 203 Front, 180 Rear Spokes: 14/15G Stainless, Black Nipples: Brass Brake Levers: Shimano SLX, BL-M675 Handlebar: RaceFace Respond, 785mm Width, 1/2" Rise * Stem: Spank Spoon Stem, 1-1/8" Threadless, 31.8mm Clamp, 40mm * Grips: ODI Rouge Lock on Grips Headset: Orbit C-40-ACB * Saddle: WTB Volt Race - Cr-mo rails Seat Post: KS LEV Integra, 34.9mm, w/ Remote Seat Clamp: All Terra Alloy QR, 38.1mm

Wuddii TheProsCloset's photo
Jul 29, 2016 at 18:44
Jul 29, 2016
take a look at the spring on the rear mech. precursor to the clutch.

Oct 1, 2015 at 11:31
Oct 1, 2015
Wuddii pinkbikeaudience's article
Sep 25, 2015 at 6:04
Sep 25, 2015
Stan's No Tubes - Enduro World Series Round 7 Fantasy Contest
Men: 1. Jared Graves 2. Fabien Barel 3. Jerome Clementz Women: 1. Tracey Moseley 2. Anne Caroline Chausson 3. Cecile Ravanel
Wuddii Wuddii's photo
Sep 20, 2015 at 16:45
Sep 20, 2015
it's no problem at all, this one is a medium. I'm just a hair under 5'9" with a 32 inch inseam. I would not recommend the medium for anybody taller than me. to get my seat to a comfortable position i have to raise my seat nearly to the minimum insertion point. That also puts my saddle significantly taller than my stem in this position. It personally feels great to me, but i'm not sure that the fit would be right for every rider.

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