Aug 1, 2019 at 22:16Aug 1, 2019
Aug 1, 2019 at 21:03Aug 1, 2019
Aug 1, 2019 at 21:00Aug 1, 2019
Maxxis Minion DHF 29 X 2.5 3C TR, 2-Ply DH Casing. Condition is Used. The price is for one used tire. I have two for sale. They're virtually indistinguishable with no significant difference in wear so I'm posting them under one listing. Minions, and the DHF version in particular, really need no introduction. If you're not already familiar, then you likely don't need them. If you ride aggressively and/or down mountains with regularity, then you already know. 3C Maxx Grip compound, as in 3 different rubber compounds used strategically in its construction-- softer, stickier compound in the side knobs for maximum cornering traction, with the harder, more durable compound down the center for maximum speed and durability. And I can't remember where they put the medium durometer, maybe in between on the shoulder? As you can see from the photos, these are used tires, yet with considerable life left in them. No sidewall cuts, no chunked out knobs. I don't sell damaged or super old, dry rotted junk. I run virtually all my tires set up tubeless, whether marked or marketed as such, sometimes ghetto with a fileted tube, sometimes just tape and latex. So expect at least some remnants of latex leftover. Get me your zip and I'll get you a shipping estimate.
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Aug 1, 2019 at 19:43Aug 1, 2019
Aug 1, 2019 at 19:40Aug 1, 2019
Canfield Brothers Crampon Ultimate Pedals. Condition is Used. Please see all photos, as they most accurately depict the condition. Revision- I was boxing these up and realized I confused them with another set in better shape. (sorry, I like Canfield pedals) These actually have about 3 bent pins between the set, but I checked and they're indeed solid. (see photos) I guess Rocky Mountains and low bottom brackets don't make a lovely match. Anyway, I dropped the price accordingly. The only significant damage is a pin was taken out by a rock. (see photos) I never noticed a difference in pedal traction so I never bothered to replace it. The condition everywhere else is normal wear/cosmetic. There's no slop or excessive play, and they really haven't seen a lot of use, as I've had a few different bikes to sort of spread the wear around. So more rock strikes than miles but spindles are straight and pedals spin freely. It's difficult to capture just how thin these pedals are, but if you're shopping for Canfields, you already know. I did the best I could but I'm certainly no photographer. Get me your zip and I'll get you a shipping estimate.
Aug 1, 2019 at 19:32Aug 1, 2019
Wolf Tooth 36T Narrow Wide Chainring, Envy inner plate chain retention device, BBG alloy bash guard, all 104BCD Condition is used. I used this for a few seasons of DH, so a few rock strikes but lots of life left in this set up. Look closely at the chainring. You'll see it's not very worn. Priced accordingly. With a clutch derailleur and the combination of these components, I never lost a chain. It's the lightest chain retention system with the most protection and the least amount of drag. New, the components cost more than they should and the Envy plate was costly and difficult to get from Canada. (such a small order of one) And it's really nothing more than a plate of aluminum but then I'm not a machinist. So I'd hate for all my effort to be in vain and sincerely hope someone out there can benefit and put this stuff back into use. The last few photos are just for reference to see how I had it set up. You might notice a smaller chainring in those photos. That was a bailout gear, in case I had to pedal up anything unplanned. I just stopped and shifted it with my finger. So to be clear, the price only includes the 3 components in the first photo. Any questions, feel free to message me. Get me your zip and I'll get a shipping estimate.
Aug 1, 2019 at 19:17Aug 1, 2019
Aug 1, 2019 at 19:16Aug 1, 2019
Custom DH Modified Ultegra Cassette 11-28. 10 speed spacing, 8 total cogs and spacers. Condition is lightly used, over a season of mostly park riding. I've been doing the paraffin bath thing for chain lubrication for a while now, so this cassette was so clean, all I did had to do was hit it with an air hose to get it ready to ship. Basically, this is an Ultegra road cassette (with the light weight alloy carrier) to which I modified by swapping out different cogs. I used it as part of a 10 speed drive train and dropped the 2 cogs I didn't need and just added spacers. Simply adjusting the upper limit on the rear derailleur keeps the chain from dropping onto the hub. Here's the cog breakdown : 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 24, 28 I spent a lot of time trying to make what should have been readily available. Hopefully, somebody can get some use out of this. Let me know if you have questions.
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Aug 1, 2019 at 11:06Aug 1, 2019
Aug 1, 2019 at 11:02Aug 1, 2019
One new pair, one "used" pair, both in original box. Priced at $70 a pair. Fit runs slightly small, I'd guess about a 1/2 size smaller than marked. I normally wear an 11 to 11.5 and these do fit but a bit tighter in the toe box than I'd prefer, hence the sale. These Tevas are easily the most durable shoes I've ever owned, for riding or otherwise. Maybe that's why they don't make them anymore; hard to profit if people don't need to replace them. I'm still using an older pair in olive that have stretched out enough to fit well. When I realized they'd be discontinued, I bought a few back ups. I have 2 pair left for sale. One pair is new, never worn, the other pair were worn once and briefly- just long enough to realize I should have sized up a bit. (a couple of hours) The "used" pair has an adhesive spot on the insole. (see photos) Other than that, they're as good as new. New enough that I've priced them the same as the new pair. I personally find the Stealth rubber compound on Five Tens a bit too sticky. Too difficult to reposition my feet at the last minute when rolling into a drop or technical section and things aren't just right. These feature Teva's Spider rubber, which is still a sticky rubber compound but they allow for easy last second foot repositioning. Stiff enough for all day park or pedaling but not so stiff to be uncomfortable, like a road shoe probably feels. (I wouldn't know) They breathe well, and don't look like an orthopedic boot when you're off the bike. Both pair will come in their original box. If you want them shipped, get at me with your city and zip and I'll get you a shipping estimate. If there's not much interest here, I'll move on to ebay. But it'd be nice to avoid their ever increasing fees. PayPal is bad enough...