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Jun 13, 2019 at 18:43
Jun 13, 2019

Kona Process 153

$2200 USD
Well, bought a new bike then took a job on the road. I have a few MTB's so this bike only has a dozen or so rides on it, with some usual heal rub scratches etc. to prove it - but in amazing overall shape and super low miles with some tasteful upgrades and one of the coolest color schemes in the game. 2019 Process 153 29, XL, in British Racing Green! Frame has had tape in cable and other rub spots since new. Yari with DebonAir up front and Deluxe RT DebonAir out back. WTB ST i29 TCS wheels, stock sealed bearing front hub but baller Halo MT Supadrive rear hub with 120 POE. NX cranks with an upgraded and also less ugly Eagle 30T chainring. NX rear derailleur with upgraded GX shifter and upgraded 11-46 XT cassette. Dropper post will be brand new TransX as I ran my own and never installed the stock one. Guide T brakes with upgraded metal pads for more power (203/180 rotors). Stock Kona stem with Deity Holeshot Platinum 35mm bars, cut to 800mm with DMR Deathgrips. Saddle will be swapped for WTB Volt. Tires will be brand new DHF's (2.5 WT up front and 2.3 rear), or WTB Vigilante 2.5 Light High Grip/Trail Boss 2.6 Tough Fast Rolling with one weekend of riding on them - your choice. $2275 SHIPPED.

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Jan 16, 2019 at 19:44
Jan 16, 2019

WTB Trail Boss 29x2.4 Tough/Fast Rolling

$40 USD
This is the NEW VERSION of the Trail Boss with taller lugs - a bit more aggressive than the old model but still fast rolling. 29x2.4 with Tritec compound in the Tough casing and Fast Rolling durometer. Has been mounted but is brand new/unridden. $50 OBO SHIPPED.

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Nov 7, 2018 at 12:56
Nov 7, 2018

SRAM PG-1130 11-42 Cassette

$35 USD
Brand new takeoff. 11 speed, 11-42T cassette that uses standard Shimano freehub. https://www.sram.com/sram/mountain/products/pg-1130-cassette $45 SHIPPED.

joedirte danielsapp's article
Aug 21, 2018 at 5:45
Aug 21, 2018
More Tech Randoms: Suspension, Tires, Paint & More - Crankworx Whistler 2018
@Chingus-Dude: That's not totally far off - wheel building is an art. You can't just read Sheldon Brown once and have a wheelset come out perfect and stay perfect. A well trained mechanic/wheel builder can. And yes they hate internet parts. How can they keep the lights on when you don't even want to pay them labor (let alone let them make any money on the parts)? Just remember who is and isn't there for you when you need a set of brake pads or snap your hanger before the weekend.
joedirte danielsapp's article
Aug 21, 2018 at 5:42
Aug 21, 2018
More Tech Randoms: Suspension, Tires, Paint & More - Crankworx Whistler 2018
@Jvhowube: What shop?!? Assuming somewhat standard spoke/hub/wheel configuration and parts - lacing/dishing/truing a wheel is at least an hour each if you've done it a good amount of times before and actually come out with a precise, well-built product. What shop charges $75 for two hours minimum of SPECIALIZED labor?
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Aug 6, 2018 at 18:51
Aug 6, 2018

$ CAD

joedirte mikelevy's article
Aug 6, 2018 at 10:49
Aug 6, 2018
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Aug 6, 2018 at 7:25
Aug 6, 2018

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