Sep 11, 2019 at 19:18Sep 11, 2019
Dropper works well, just some scratches from the seat tube. The post has been more reliable than most of the other droppers I’ve owned, new bike has a 31.6mm seat tube. Remote not included. 30.9 x 170
Sep 11, 2019 at 19:14Sep 11, 2019
Shock works perfectly just doesn’t fit my new bike. Fully tuneable with high and low speed compression and rebound as well a climb switch. Has a 425lb spring on it currently. I also have 500lb, 450lb and 300lb springs which I can swap in. Currently has hardware for a 2016 Norco Range, DU bushings are in good shape.
Sep 9, 2019 at 16:51Sep 9, 2019
ebrooker danielsapp's article
Sep 2, 2019 at 10:15Sep 2, 2019
First Look: Box One Prime 9 - A Wide Range, 9-Speed Drivetrain
9 is not a prime number.
Posted in "Kona Process 153 forum"
Aug 23, 2019 at 12:55Aug 23, 2019
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Aug 13, 2019 at 8:44Aug 13, 2019
First Ride: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer
@Ttimer: Not sure if this helps as I haven't run the most recent M9120/M8120. But for the XT M8000(Had probably 3 pairs before I just accepted it) and Saint M820(the saints have been far better than the XTs) in my experience the bite point only moves out and then back to normal (assuming a good bleed). I'm guessing this is due to the pistons not retracting fast enough and oil from the reservoir going into the master cylinder. Typically only happens during hard on-off-on braking, and is made worse by cold weather. Its possible that I've never achieved a perfect bleed, but I kind of doubt it at this point. I'm willing to live with it for one major reason, the force required to use the brakes doesn't change. Every time I've tried Sram brakes, both codes and guides, my hands end up absolutely destroyed by the end of a run because of how hard you have to pull the lever to get them to slow you down. I also run my levers pretty close to the bar, and I've never had the bite point move in (not saying its impossible, but I would hazard a guess that the cause would be a bad bleed or insufficient oil in the reservoir) So if you're willing to re-calibrate how you think about using your brakes, you might be able to manage it.
ebrooker mikelevy's article
Aug 11, 2019 at 16:27Aug 11, 2019
DVO's Prototype 4-Way Adjustable Coil-Sprung Shock - Crankworx Whistler 2019
Also please make a version of the Jade twin with a climb switch.
Posted in "Sram 2.1 clutch issues"
Jul 29, 2019 at 14:18Jul 29, 2019
Added 2 photos to Buysell
Jul 17, 2019 at 22:01Jul 17, 2019
- 2016 Cane Creek DBCoil CS 216mmx63mm (8.5”x2.5”) Rear Shocks 350 CAD
- 2018 OneUp 30.9x170mm V1 dropper Saddle/Seat Posts 175 CAD
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- 28t Blackspire Snaggletooth Chainring GXP Boost (3mm) Chains/Guides/Cogs 35 CAD
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