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Jul 21, 2017 at 8:31
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Selling
Jul 21, 2017 at 8:30
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Fox F29 RLC Fork

$250 USD
* Price is firm and in USD, buyer pays all shipping, paypal payment only / NO cod * - 1 1/8 x 6 inch long threadless steerer tube - good condition aside from the usual scuffs/scratches and sticker peeling issues. One small nick on one stanchion tube (see pics). - 100mm air spring travel - adjustable rebound damping, lockout threshold, low speed compression, and manual lockout - 1,775 grams as pictured - Post mount disc mount for 160mm rotor only - aftermarket enduro fork seals

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Jul 21, 2017 at 8:14
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Selling
Jul 21, 2017 at 8:13
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Rocky Mountain Vertex 10

$800 CAD
- used but good condition, fully tuned and ready to go. - FORM 7005 Aluminum alloy, custom butted tubeset - 19 inch size. good for someone 5'9 to 6'3 range - Marzocchi Bomber MX Pro, 105mm travel coil/oil fork with lockout - 27 speed Deore/Deore XT drivetrain with Octalink splined crankset & bottom bracket - double-wall alloy rims with stainless spokes laced to a wheeltech front 6-bolt disc and shimano M475 rear 6-bolt disc hubs - Geax Saguro 26 x 2.0 and 2.2 width tires - single-side clipless / single-side platform pedals - Alloy riser bar, stem and seatpost - 29.1 pounds complete as pictured

deeeight mikekazimer's article
Jul 20, 2017 at 0:07
Jul 20, 2017
1 Question - What's Going on With 27.5+?
Or you could just...you know...ride one and stop talking about it.
deeeight mikekazimer's article
Jul 12, 2017 at 20:20
Jul 12, 2017
Dakine Builder Pack - Review
@LuisCR: I think for building a trail mule, a lower end fat bike would do wonders, especially pulling a trailer. Especially any of the ones that have multiple fork rack mounts. A KHS FS1000 for example. http://khsbicycles.com/bikes/2017-khs-models/4-season-1000-17/ http://forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes/2016-khs-four-seasons-1000-probably-one-best-bargains-model-season-998622.html
deeeight paulaston's article
Jul 12, 2017 at 11:38
Jul 12, 2017
Trek Debuts New RE:aktiv Thru Shaft Shock Technology
They failed because Rock Shox used plastic shock bodies and simple O-ring seals. The aftermarket replacements, and what rockshox themselves eventually switched to, were alloy shock bodies which didn't suffer the same problems with blowing. The original racer-only Diablo forks (which was the original name for the Judy) being hand built pre-production models, also used alloy thru-shaft shock bodies.
deeeight paulaston's article
Jul 12, 2017 at 11:34
Jul 12, 2017
Trek Debuts New RE:aktiv Thru Shaft Shock Technology
@Rooster09: They didn't, but there wasn't a lot on the shocks as they were long-stroke / low leverage designs. The Amp Mac-strut bikes (B2 thru B4) had nearly 2 inches of shock shaft travel for only a 3" wheel travel. In comparison, a GT RTS of the same era had the same wheel travel but got it from moving a shock shaft only one inch. They also spec'ed automotive grade oils as their background was in motorsports. One of the acceptable fluids was ATF fluid, which in terms of shock oil works out as about an 8 weight fluid. Its also designed for high heat applications.
deeeight RichardCunningham's article
Jul 10, 2017 at 13:16
Jul 10, 2017
Bike Check: Vaea Verbeeck's Rocky Mountain Maiden
@Keystone08: Someone once asked me how you can tell if a stem is vintage or not, and I replied that if its long enough that you can use it as a good substitute for a dildo, then its vintage.
deeeight RichardCunningham's article
Jul 9, 2017 at 16:38
Jul 9, 2017
Bike Check: Vaea Verbeeck's Rocky Mountain Maiden
Unless you're old and like dildo length stems...rocky is over a decade behind in top tube lengths still.
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