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Wolf Tooth ReMote Light Action - Review
@Tongnar: all that and it pivots on a floppy rivet instead of a sold bearing. It works, just not worth it, esp when you are buying them separately to begin with. I wouldn't buy the fox lever again. The Wolftooth is hands down bettter.
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Trek Slash 9 Custom

$1299 USD
2012 Trek Slash 9 Size 17.5 Virtual 16.5 Actual Fox Kashima 36 Float Factory Fork 160mm travel w/ lockout Fox Kashima RP3 Rear Shock 160mm travel RockShox Reverb Stealth 125mm (Warrantied New last year) XT Cranks, XT cassette (11-36), XT shifter, XT brakes, and XT rotors (180mm ice-tech) XTR Rear Derailleur with clutch Raceface Respond 45mm Stem with ODI Flight Control 750mm Bars and ODI grips. Raceface N/W 30t front sprocket Bontrager Rhythm Elite wheels (fair condition) running tubeless on Schwalbe Muddy Marys (front 75% rear 30% life remaining). *No Pedals Approx 30lbs. Well maintained and fully operational. I am essentially giving you a frame and selling you the parts due to the repair. I travel for work so I am lucky to get a ride a week, meaning this bike has seen very few miles for it's age (I would guess around 1,000miles total) Full suspension overhaul from Fox last season. Stanchions/shock piston are flawless, no leaks, right fork lowers have some rub midway down from a bad rack job but just through the sticker and a little paint. Bearings are snug and in good but not perfect shape (I pulled the seals and regreased each bearing). Cassette and chain have only about 200 miles on them. I bought a new bike last April so this bike has been sitting indoors for the last year. General chips and scratches from racks, transport, and riding but it's done most of it's miles on soft midwest soil. These bikes had a known issue with the left chainstay pivot cracking which I discovered very early and had a professional welder lay in a generous amount of new alloy and machine the bearing race to make the piece stronger than the stock unit probably was. I have ridden the bike since and it performs perfectly. If you are looking to get rowdy on a budget, this is your ticket!

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