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2016 Santa Cruz Hightower XL carbon C. Includes 29er wheel set and 27.5+ wheel set, both with chain cassette and rotors, so it’s a very simple swap to change sizes or go Mullet+. I am offering a couple of different wheel options, with varying prices. I tried to list the range of prices in the title, but that didn’t work, so sorry if it seems misleading. This is no showroom pony. It has not lived in the garage, and it has some cosmetic imperfections as a result. However, everything works well, and this bike still kicks ass on the trail. Originally purchased as a C frame setup with 27.5+, GX eagle. 135mm rear/150 front travel. Upgraded for performance throughout it’s life. RockShox Pike, with Luftkappe installed to achieve what RockShox and Fox figured out later -larger negative spring, with improved mid stroke support. SKF seals installed late last season. Small scratch on stanchion has been there for a couple of years and has no noticeable effect on performance. DVO Topaz T3 air rear shock. Amazing upgrade. I love this shock. Fully rebuilt at the very end of last season. RWC needle bearings installed for extra small bump sensitivity. GX Eagle cassettes, chains, cranks. One cassette/chain combo is in very good shape. The other set is quite worn, but still works, and is a handy extra. Brakes are Shimano, one XT, one SLX. 200mm front. 180 rear. All four rotors are the fancier, aluminum core version for improved heat dissipation. Brakes were bled a couple of rides ago. Race face SixC carbon 800mm bars. 9point8 Fall Line 175mm dropper post. Chromag saddle. 27.5+ wheels are Ibis rims and hubs. Solid, no nonsense, reasonably light. 35mm inner width. They call them their logo wheels now. Shod with Maxxis tires. I also have the stock wheels, which are slightly wider and much heavier if you prefer. 29er options. Option #1. -Premium version is the Light Bicycle rims, 29mm inner width, laced to DT Swiss 240’s with Sapim bladed spokes, and the 54 tooth Star ratchet upgrade. I had these custom built shortly after getting the bike. Last year I had to replace the rear rim, so it only has a small number of rides on it, and I just had the rear wheel professionally spiffed up, so perfectly true, freshly lubed, etc. Shod with Michelin Wild Enduro 2.4’s front and back with lots of life left (I can swap these to any of the wheels). $3600 Option #2 - Spank 350’s laced to Industry Nine 1/1 hubs. Custom built by Speed Dream Wheels, one of the premier wheel builders in the US. These are the wheels that came on my new to me bike, so I did not have them built. They seem nice, and were built to take a beating. Shod with Maxxis DHF 2.5 front, Bontrager SE4 2.4 rear. $3200 Option #3 -If those two options are too spendy, I can offer a set of Roval wheels with DT Swiss hubs. I picked these up as backups awhile back. There’s nothing fancy here, but they are in good shape, and they are decently wide. $2900 To build this bike new with all of my upgrades would cost over $8K, but this is definitely not a new bike. However, I have invested a good amount of time and money to make this bike perform really well, but the inner portion of the rear triangle is quite scuffed from gravel getting caught in the tires and scratching the frame. It also has some rub from my rack near the head tube and on the fork. I live in a snowy locale, so this bike is only ridden for about half a calendar year. Feel free to make me an offer. Thanks for looking.
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Jun 17, 2014 at 9:51Jun 17, 2014
Jun 17, 2014 at 9:51Jun 17, 2014
Approx. 2011 RC4 for sale. 8.5 x 2.5 I can include either a 500 or 550 lb spring. Simply put, this shock is awesome. I'm not a Fox fanboy, but I love this shock. However, I sold the frame I was running it on. Price includes shipping in the continental US. No mounting hardware included.
Jun 17, 2014 at 9:43Jun 17, 2014
X Fusion Vector Air HLR, 8.5 x 2.5 I bought this to try it out on my old Nomad frame. I ended up deciding that the shock had too much ramp up to play well with the leverage rate on that frame. So, I would recommend this for someone who has a bike with a more linear leverage ratio. There are a couple of scratches on the stanchion tube. They were there when I bought it, and it does not seem to affect the performance or cause any leaking, but I am offering the shock for a good price, because of the scratches. Price includes shipping in the continental US.
Jun 17, 2014 at 9:20Jun 17, 2014
Brand new Gravity Dropper Turbo LP 5" multi position (half drop mid position), LH trigger, 30.9 diameter, 400mm length. I sent my post in for service at the end of last season, and the awesome guys at GD offered me a new post for a great price instead (they have the best customer service of any company I have ever dealt with, in any industry). I have just sold the frame that fit the post, however, so now I am offering up this post for about $80 less than a new one. Asking $220 shipped. I didn't include pics, because the post is brand new, and has never even been out of the box.
Jun 14, 2014 at 14:16Jun 14, 2014
Approximately an '10 SC Nomad (the last batch of anodized AL frames, if that helps to date it). Anodized jalapeno green. Ridden hard, but still functions well. I finally decided that it was too small for me (I'm 6'2" for reference). I'm asking $500 for the frame alone, but I have 3 different shocks I can include with the frame. With an X-fusion vetor air hlr: asking $550 With a Fox DHX 5 coil: asking $575 WIth a Fox RC4 coil: asking $625 Buyer pays actual shipping cost, and I'll split the PP fees. I am open to offers and potential trades (what I really want right now is SB raft). Thanks, for looking.
greasyslope brule's article
Oct 6, 2011 at 21:26Oct 6, 2011
Online Deals - October 2011
the website says it's for a either a front or rear, not a set. Also, no rotor.
greasyslope mikelevy's article
Sep 13, 2011 at 23:45Sep 13, 2011
Devinci Wilson's Carbon Swingarm and 29'er Atlas - Interbike 2011
Doesn't it look like if the seat were dropped on the Atlas, when the suspension is compressed, the tire would "braaaap" the sh*t out of it?