dlxah

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dlxah vernonfelton's article
Feb 13, 2018 at 18:39
Feb 13, 2018
Shimano Patent Filing Raises Electric Questions
@H3RESQ: The problem is all the Europeans won't stop buying them
dlxah vernonfelton's article
Feb 13, 2018 at 14:42
Feb 13, 2018
Shimano Patent Filing Raises Electric Questions
Better yet, the rear brake caliper isn't mounted to anything.
Selling
Feb 11, 2018 at 13:23
Feb 11, 2018

Fox 34 140mm Performance Elite (Factory FIT4 damper)

$400 USD
Fox 34 Performance Elite FIT 4 damper with open mode adjust, rebound adjust, and 3 position lockout 140 mm travel 650b / 27.5 Standard 15x100 mm spacing Tapered steerer cut to 198mm / 7.8 inches This fork is identical to the Factory model just without the Kashima coating. It does have the open mode adjust unlike the Performance model. Taken off a Spider 275C after less than one season (red decals) Fork is in very good condition with only some minor scratches on the lowers. Stanchions are in like-new condition. The only real issue is the rebound adjustment knob is slightly bent, but it does not affect functionality at all. The only reason I'm selling is I decided to switch to a Pike for some personal reasons. Includes Cane Creek crown race

Selling
Feb 11, 2018 at 13:09
Feb 11, 2018

Fabric Scoop Radius Elite

$40 USD
Fabric Scoop Radius Elite Black and red Taken off a Spider 275c after one season Excellent condition with minimal signs of use

Selling
Feb 11, 2018 at 13:02
Feb 11, 2018

Renthal Fatbar Gold 760mm, 20mm rise, 31.8mm clamp

$45 USD
Renthal Fatbar 760 mm wide uncut, 20 mm rise, 31.8 mm clamp Excellent condition with minimal signs of use

Selling
Feb 11, 2018 at 12:51
Feb 11, 2018

RockShox Reverb Stealth 150mm 31.6mm x 440mm

$110 USD
RockShox Reverb Stealth 150 mm 31.6 mm x 440 mm Taken off a Spider 275C after one season, since I decided I needed a shorter dropper Great condition, no real damage, doesn't sag Probably will need a hose bleed since this one just has the standard hose connection (not Connectamajig) Includes original remote and hose

Selling
Feb 11, 2018 at 12:23
Feb 11, 2018

Santa Cruz 5010 CC

$1100 USD
I have an original Santa Cruz Solo Carbon frame in good condition. Only selling because I upgraded last season and this frame has just been sitting in my house for almost a year now. This is an incredibly fun and super light yet stiff and well built frame. Frame includes Fox Float Factory shock in perfect condition, although probably due for service, Cane Creek 110 headset also in great condition, DT Swiss axle, Santa Cruz seat post collar, and a used Santa Cruz grease gun. I recently took it all apart, cleaned out and re-greased all of the pivots, and inspected it for damage. Most of the bearings are still spinning pretty smoothly, but there are a couple that you might want to replace soon. The frame is in good condition with some typical scratches from use. The only real noteworthy damage is a little bit of chipping near the lower pivot where it looks like a little pebble or something got caught inside the lower link and damaged the rear triangle a bit. I sent a few pictures to Santa Cruz and they didn't think it looked bad. Their advice was to cover any exposed carbon with a little epoxy to protect it from UV light and keep riding. I've left it untouched, since the bike has just been sitting in my house unused. It's on the bottom of the bike mostly covered up by the pivot, so I wouldn't be too worried about it anyway. I'll leave that up to you to decide how you'd like to handle it. Other than that, the frame is in very good condition and should have a lot of life left in it. I've left some 3M helicopter tape on all the potential cable rub spots and other vulnerable areas, so you can do as you'd like with that as well. I'm not really sure what kind of offers I'll get, so price is negotiable. Local pick up preferred, but I would be willing to ship within the US for the right offer.

dlxah mikekazimer's article
Nov 17, 2017 at 13:55
Nov 17, 2017
Do You Know How to Build a Wheel? - Pinkbike Poll
@nuttypoolog: The secret is using a decent spoke tension meter and truing stand. But even if you don't have the tools, you can assemble the wheels leaving the spokes loose, then drop it off at a local shop to have them finish tensioning and truing for you. Most shops I've asked happy to do it for $20-40 per wheel, which is still quite a bit cheaper than having the wheels built professionally.
dlxah mikelevy's article
Sep 21, 2017 at 8:44
Sep 21, 2017
Carbon Fiber Valve Stems, An Improved Dropper, and 6D's Updated Helmets - Interbike 2017
I love how we see new carbon fiber frames, wheels, cranks, handlebars, saddles, etc. almost daily on this site and nobody bats an eye, but as soon as we see some tiny little valve stems that are probably made out of scrap materials from those larger components, suddenly everybody is an environmentalist.
dlxah mikekazimer's article
Sep 14, 2017 at 9:30
Sep 14, 2017
CushCore Tire Insert - Review
The pressure you need to run depends heavily on your body weight and tire and rim choice. Tire pressure is mostly meaningless without any context especially rider weight.
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