i love to rip. if you don't have at least one close call on a ride, you're not pushing yourself enough...or riding enough.
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May 23, 2018 at 23:33May 23, 2018
May 23, 2018 at 23:23May 23, 2018
This fork has less than 20hrs on it and the only damage is to the pinch bolt part of the lowers. My buddy tightened it too much and it cracked part way through. I believe you may be able to run the fork without the pinch bolt tightened if you tighten the axle enough. That's up to you whether you want to try that or just get a new set of lowers. This fork came stock on the 2015 specialized enduro evo and there's a chance it has internally adjustable travel. You can put in the hlr or rough cut dampers and really improve the performance and adjustability of this fork. Great for downhill, dh, freeride, enduro, etc. if you aren't familiar with xfusion Brian lopes rode them for years and lots of big bike companies spec their forks and shocks on their mid level bikes. Here are the specs that I know, google the fork for more specifics. 27.5 or 650b wheels but may also be compatible with 26" 170mm travel (adjustable internally?) Tapered steerer 1.5"- 1 1/8" Steerer length is 7 1/16" Stanchions are clean, the lowers have some nics
May 23, 2018 at 23:12May 23, 2018
Selling an xfusion velvet fork in good condition. These forks are internally adjustable from 80mm to 140mm and are one of the lightest forks you can use for dj dirt jumping , pump tracks, slalom racing. Brian lopes rode one of these for years and they also make a great fork for xc, cross country all mountain. They can be set up to run either 26" or 27.5 or 650b wheels. Very versatile fork that you can run on any number of frames with tapered head tubes. If you are not familiar with the brand, lots of big name companies spec their forks and shocks on their mid level bikes. Quality stuff that gives fox and rock shox a good run for their $. Probably good for another season before it needs new seals and oil. Here are the details, google the fork if you need more specifics. Probably a 2013 or newer: Currently set at 100mm travel Compression/lock out 15mm axle Tapered steerer 1.5"-1 1/8" Steerer length is 7 7/16" Tiny nic high up on stanchion where it's probably out of the usable travel range and will not affect seals or performance.so small and shallow I hadn't even noticed it til I took pics Comes with unknown crown race included Dirt jump dirt jumper 4x dual slalom
May 23, 2018 at 23:02May 23, 2018
Selling a used dj dirt jump fork in decent condition. There were scuffs on the lowers and some nicks on the stanchions when I originally bought it off cl. Being the tougher steel stanchions, this really is just cosmetic and hasn't affected the seals at all in the few years I have run the fork. Should be good for another season or two before it will need new seals/oil. The dj2 is a way nicer and more adjustable fork than the dj3. The only difference between dj2 and the expensive dj1 is the dj1 uses alloy steerer and stanchions. Here are the basic specs, just google the fork if you need any specifics not covered here: Straight 1 1/8" steerer compatible with all head tube/frame styles Steerer length is 6 5/8" make sure that will fit your frame/headset 100mm travel- can be lowered to 80 internally I believe Air preload 20mm axle Fits 26" wheels
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Jan 19, 2018 at 16:11Jan 19, 2018
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Oct 5, 2017 at 17:02Oct 5, 2017
Will try to get some photos posted sooner than later but here are specs in the meantime: frame: tr250 medium, green fork: rock shox totem 180mm coil black (all springs included) shock: fox dhx rc2 coil, spare fox dhx rc4 (has needed service since new) brakes: avid elixir wheels: wtb dual duty black cranks: truvativ descendant tires: maxxis minions 2.5 drivetrain: sram x7/9 9 speed w/dh cassette etc... let me know what you have, i'm looking for legit mid+ to high end dj dirt jump set ups. if the new retail price of your bike was less than $1000, i'm probably not interested unless you have upgraded every part. probably nothing older than 2009, preferably 2012 or newer. i might make an exception for a 2008-10 kona shonky if its built up proper or cash is involved on your end.
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Mar 4, 2017 at 8:01Mar 4, 2017
Check Out - March
Yeah I'm gonna rock me some thick grey wool gym sock steeze, maybe with some Birkenstock sandals. Can't get my wallet out fast enough...
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Feb 27, 2017 at 20:50Feb 27, 2017