Mar 26, 2019 at 13:45Mar 26, 2019
Selling a set of Shimano M785 brakes, front & rear, after making a change to a 4 piston brake setup. The brakes were functioning well at the time of take off, but they will probably need a bleed now that they've been sitting for a while. Minor scuffing to the silver top caps, but no damage to the functionality of the brakes. Both calipers are missing the rubber bleed port covers. I was originally keeping these for a build that never happened, so I am letting them go. I can bleed the brakes before pickup/shipment if you would like as well.
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Apr 26, 2018 at 15:04Apr 26, 2018
Apr 8, 2018 at 18:12Apr 8, 2018
Selling my wife's RockShox Reverb B1 Stealth 31.6 125mm seat post with a right handed remote (ran upside-down for a left side, under the bar set up). We decided to swap the post out for a cable actuated post, because she is more comfortable working on cable actuated posts. Asking $125.00 plus shipping This seat post came stock on my wife's 2017 BMC Speed Fox Trail Crew. The seat post was used between the months of May and October of 2017 and sat in the garage from October until 4/8/18. I cycled the post several times this morning before we swapped the posts and it was working as normal. No vertical sag when weighted and the post is only at about 50 hours of use. No scratches or scuffs. The seat post is a stealth model and will likely have to be bled after it is installed on your bike. I will bleed the lever and hose before shipment. I am very happy with the post and I would keep it for my bike, but it runs a 30.9 seat tube.
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Apr 8, 2018 at 18:00Apr 8, 2018
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Nov 9, 2017 at 18:26Nov 9, 2017
Deity: The Outlaw Featuring Joe Smith - Video
Talk about a "Shredit", hot damn!
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Aug 14, 2017 at 16:07Aug 14, 2017
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Jul 11, 2017 at 5:11Jul 11, 2017
2017 size Large Ibis Mojo HD3 XT Build with Boost hub spacing front and rear. UPDATE 7/25/17: New items include: Chain, Cassette, Bottom bracket, Rear tire(Maxxis Minion SS 2.3) and Brake pads front & back. Build kit includes: Fox 36 HSC/LSC, Float X2 with climb switch, (Shimano XT brakes, derailleur, cassette,& shifter), Raceface turbine crank with 34 tooth chainring, KS Lev Integra with Southpaw remote, Stan's Flow MK3 rims with Ibis hubs, Ibis carbon handle bars, 50mm Thompson elite stem, Ibis saddle and a small fender on the fork. Front tire: Maxxis Minion DHF WT 2.5. Rear Tire: Maxxis Minion SS 2.3 (both set up tubeless). The bike is essentially stock with new rims and spokes. I swapped from the Easton ARC 30 to the Flow MK3 rim and added stiffer spokes with brass nipples. Cleaned and degreased after almost every riding day. Exceptions include camping weekends with out access to running water. Tuned after every 4-6 riding days. The frame had protective tape added to critical areas during the build process to help protect the bike. The down tube, seat tube, fork lowers, and bottom bracket shell have all been taped and protected. The HD3 climbs better than any bike in this travel category that I have tried and it descends very well also. I've never felt like I needed a different bike on any of the trails I have ridden it on. It's a really good bike for anything from all day pedally epics to lift access laps at the bike park.