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Jun 1, 2017

PERFECT Fox Float X with volume spacers

$350 CAD
Like new. Not a mark on it Size: 200 X 51 or 7.875 X 2 Full service by Suspension Werx over the winter Full volume spacer kit with all the different sizes Currently fitted with the Fox low friction mourning hardware in size 8 X 21.8, which will fit a Santa Cruz 5010.I'm happy to include them for free if you happen to have that frame. Orginal Fox box and manuals. I can ship to anywhere in Canada or US for extra. If you're in the US this is even a better deal for you with our low Canadian dollar -- works out to about US$260 Only selling because I've just bought a 2018 Fox dps shock for my 5010 Thanks for looking

jon123rjk vernonfelton's article
May 29, 2017 at 13:59
May 29, 2017
Pivot Switchblade – Review
@vernonfelton: Interesting point. I have a v2 SC 5010. Last year I had Nox carbon wheels. I ended up trying a set of DT XM421 aluminum rims and preferred them -- and sold the Nox. Heresy, I know. Who goes from carbon rims to aluminum ones? But I prefer the overall ride.
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May 7, 2017 at 16:04
May 7, 2017

Fox DHX RC4 Kashima SLS spring

$300 CAD
This shock is basically brand new. Not a mark on it. It was lightly used on about 6 rides. It is in the somewhat rare size (for THIS shock) 7.875 x 2 inches or 200 x 51 mm The spring is the Fox lightweight SLS. The shock has high and low speed compression, as well as Air Assist Rate. It's the Kashima version. I had it on a Santa Cruz 5010 and if you have that bike I can attest that it works very well on that frame. It really smooths out the trails and makes the bike more capable on the downs. If you also have that frame I can include the Fox low friction mounting hardware -- 21.8 x 8 -- seen in the pics on the shock at no additional cost. I will ship anywhere in Canada or the US for extra. For anyone in the US, keep in mind our dollar is quite low right now, so it works out to about $US220 Thanks for looking

Apr 21, 2017 at 8:10
Apr 21, 2017

-- Tentatively Sold -- DT Swiss 240s Boost hubs pair

$500 CAD
Rear is brand new. Never been touched by a spoke. Front was used for only a handful of rides over a couple months. REAR 148x12 32 holes Centerlock Shimano freehub I also have an XD driver that was used on another 240 hub and looks new. INCLUDED with the pair. FRONT 110x15 32 holes Centerlock I have the original DT boxes for both. New these hubs are about CDN$850 (converted from US$625-650) plus tax. I'll get pics up over the weekend. Happy to ship anywhere in Canada or the US. Thanks for looking.

jon123rjk mikekazimer's article
Nov 16, 2016 at 6:39
Nov 16, 2016
SRAM Eagle Drivetrain - Review
@TheRaven: x2 to this comment. Very loyal to Shimano myself. Had XTR 1x10 and now XTR 1x11 For me I much prefer Shimano, brakes too. The feel and precision and refinement is unrivalled, IMO
jon123rjk pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 14, 2016 at 17:36
Nov 14, 2016
2016 Pinkbike Awards - Best Value of the Year Nominees
@Joebro1995: So well said. No offence to bike shops, but ultimately isn't it most important that CONSUMERS are well looked after? How can you fault Shimano for doing that?
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