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Nov 22, 2020 at 18:02Nov 22, 2020
Park Tools TS-2.2 truing stand with the following items: * TSB-2 tilting base * TS-2TA thru axle adapters * DT-3 rotor truing gauge * DT-3i.2 rotor truing gauge dial indicator (new in box) * 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, and 20mm thru axle adapters Stand is in great shape and works as expected. I did replace the original knob that moves the uprights as it came loose from being used and was some crappy plastic BS. Wheel works better in my opinion and was sourced from McMaster Carr after matching up the threads on the plastic knob. Specs on the TS-2.2 - https://www.parktool.com/product/professional-wheel-truing-stand-ts-2-2 Shipping will be a flat $20 in the US since this thing is fairly heavy.
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Nov 22, 2020 at 17:54Nov 22, 2020
Posted in "Manitou Mara Pro Dimensions"
Nov 15, 2020 at 15:22Nov 15, 2020
Nov 5, 2020 at 18:02Nov 5, 2020
11.4018.008.438 aka Yari/Lyrik 27.5 42mm offset CSU, solo air, tapered steerer, non-gradient (not glossy on the crown) Uncut length, no star nut installed, no crown race installed. Bought this for a boost Lyrik project and ended up with the non-boost version so...yeah. If, by some miracle, you are sitting on the boost version of the same thing and are looking for a non-boost I'm definitely open to a trade if your steerer is around 195mm or more. I'm not going to hope against hope that this is likely to happen but you never know. The boost version of this same part is out of stock most everywhere or insanely expensive ($350 to $400 or more) the few places I can find it in stock. Price is shipped in the US.
Nov 5, 2020 at 12:19Nov 5, 2020
2018 Lyrik boost spacing set at 170mm travel on C1 Debonair spring and Push HC97 damper installed. Seals are new RS low friction 35mm seals, lowers oil is new, crush washers on foot bolts are new, steerer is 180mm and does not have a star nut or crown race installed. Comes with Wolftooth 15x110mm axle, OG 180mm air spring, Maxle, Rockshox tokens (none installed currently), and assorted Push shims for rebound tuning the HC97 damper. Steerer is 180mm and HC97 is set to RP1 rebound tune (160-190 pound rider). Bought this for a frame build and the steerer is too short for that frame. I have been using this fork on my other ride while servicing my Mezzer and the Lyrik has a very similar feel (which is good if you haven't been on a Mezzer). Sourcing a new boost CSU has been a right royal pain so I'm going to move this down the road and get a fork with a longer steerer so I can start riding my new frame. The lowers have a couple scratches on them. Most of them would be covered by adding a decal kit. There are two abrasions on the side/corner where the arch meets the lowers and there are some scratches on the CSU on the air spring side around the air valve cap (see photos). Please let me know if you want me to pop in the 180mm air spring and/or tokens before shipping. Price is shipped in the US, lemme know if you have any questions.
Oct 28, 2020 at 18:41Oct 28, 2020
Note - the PB ad tool requires selecting a front axle which doesn't apply here as this is a rear hub. Original owner of purple (yowza!) I9 Torch 32h rear hub, six bolt rotor (not centerlock), and Shimano HG driver (Shimano 9-11 speed, not 12 speed microspline, not SRAM XD) Hub is 12x142 and can be converted to 12x148 via an end cap kit from I9. Hub was laced to a wheel set that I'm rebuilding with a Hydra hub. No issues with the hub, bearings are good, seals are good, pawls are good. Price is shipped in the US.
Oct 19, 2020 at 20:02Oct 19, 2020
Bought these hoping they would fit as POC indicates they fit smaller than the listed size. Just a touch too large for me which is a bummer as they are very comfy. I normally wear a Large in other brands at 185 pounds geared up - Leatt, ION, 661, Fox, etc - so I would say that if you are normally in between L and XL in those brands these would fit or if you are at the lower end of the XL sizing in these brands. Price is shipped in the US.
Oct 11, 2020 at 13:25Oct 11, 2020
EXT Storia Lok V3 - 200 x 57 aka 7.875 x 2.25 inches Shock has rebound, LSC, HSC, and hydraulic bottom out. Comes with a 450 and 475 pound coil, mounting hardware (22 x 8mm), and a 3d printed tool to adjust the LSC and HSC. 20 hour ride time, purchased from Suspension Syndicate in Utah, setup for Evil Insurgent, rider weight 185 pounds geared up. I have been splitting my time with this shock between the Insurgent and my Mojo HD 4 and if I wasn't building up a new frame I would be keeping this shock as it works really well and I don't think, based on using it on the Mojo, that the tune is really much of an impediment to using the shock on a different frame as the HBO makes a big difference in my opinion for frames that aren't as progressive at the end stroke. My last couple of shocks have been Topaz (Insurgent), Push 11.6 (Insurgent), Float X2 (both bikes), and the Storia (both bikes). I would say that the biggest difference between the 11.6 and the Storia is weight (Storia weighs the same as the X2 so about 300g less than the 11.6) and ride. The 11.6 is very plush and you don't really notice it there doing its thing. The Storia is more active feeling, still dialed, just not as magic carpety as the 11.6. Compared to a pre-2021 (haven't ridden the newest one yet) X2 the Storia has better mid-stroke support, rides higher, etc for the same overall physical weight and really shines when you start to push things at speed, chunk, or both. Really controlled and composed would be the bottom line here I think. Lemme know if you have any questions. Price is shipped in the US, would trade for a 230 x 65 Storia Lok V3 but I'm not holding my breath that there is anyone out there sitting on one of those looking to get a 200 x 57 instead but you never know.
Posted in "Cranks and BB compatibility"
Oct 10, 2020 at 18:00Oct 10, 2020
Oct 10, 2020 at 17:46Oct 10, 2020