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loganflores paulaston's article
May 24, 2018 at 19:50
5 hours
Spotted: New Shimano XTR
@bohns1: do you think there is an opposite effect on people who buy stuff and want to justify it whether it works better or not. Placebo anyone? Do you maybe feel defensive because your new expensive equipment feels inadequate. I’m kidding just flipping the script. I like progress as well.
loganflores paulaston's article
May 24, 2018 at 19:41
5 hours
Spotted: New Shimano XTR
@bman33: I get what your saying but I think people wanted/needed more range not more gears. I’m years behind you (98) but I remember the excitement for 36s and for a while we were all happy. 11-12 speeds have thinner chains and cogs right?
loganflores mikekazimer's article
May 24, 2018 at 19:27
5 hours
Review: MRP Ribbon Coil Fork
@BenPea: it was external travel adjust some full travel to 100 I think and shorter versions would go down to 80. My dad still has his cool but ultimately kinda useless it was not a full lock out just mostly locked they had a different dampening system they used that had 6 clicks from lock out to open as well and some had a nobb on the bottom for travel adjustments tts or something. Old marzocchis were awesome even the basic ones could be tuned internally or with springs and oil. Tuning an 06 later tonight.
loganflores mikekazimer's article
May 24, 2018 at 18:49
6 hours
Review: MRP Ribbon Coil Fork
@shredteds: Do you understand how pressurized gas works?
loganflores paulaston's article
May 24, 2018 at 17:29
7 hours
Spotted: New Shimano XTR
@dtrotter: climbing with. 34x11/34 is faster on the up but also 1 tooth easier on the downs not a huge deal also spinning a higher rpm can be faster with less work on your legs. For instance I run a slightly lighter gear than most on my dj so I can get a few pedals in between jumps if I’m coming in too slow with a harder gear you can only get half a stroke.
loganflores mikelevy's article
May 23, 2018 at 17:18
1 days
Review: Cannondale Lefty Ocho Fork
@Daniel8schrick: yes but no footjams. Maybe one up will make an add on brace.
loganflores RichardCunningham's article
May 22, 2018 at 18:11
2 days
Rider Killed by Cougar in Washington State
@thejake: look up 60 year old man kills cougar with knife several other story’s including a woman with a kitchen knife in 94 not saying it’s likley that the average person could do this but it’s not unheard of it’s better than nothing you shouldn’t be back country without a decent knife if you don’t fight a cougar they are still extremely useful for lots of other crap.
loganflores RichardCunningham's article
May 22, 2018 at 17:53
2 days
Rider Killed by Cougar in Washington State
@huntstyle: interesting learn something new every day. I looked into it and you seem to be right but there is completely opposite info all over the web as well looked all around and got the feeling that if it is weaker it’s for legal and epa reasons. then jumped on Wikipedia and it totally contradicted other articles. of the places I looked it was a weird split
loganflores danielsapp's article
May 21, 2018 at 21:56
May 21, 2018
Review: TRP Slate T4 Brakes
@jflb: wait I’m not supposed to drink it I thought it would give me better stopping power. Guess I should stop drinking the battery acid too probably doesn’t give me more power. And eating liquid color displays doesn’t give me better vision okay but I refuse to listen to the label on those silica packets I got with my shoes.
loganflores danielsapp's article
May 21, 2018 at 21:49
May 21, 2018
Review: TRP Slate T4 Brakes
@mman1506: couldn’t say it better myself I wonder for those in the know what brake this compares to? they say it’s an Xc trail brake it’s not fair to compare an xc brake to a saint or code even if it’s four pot it wasn’t meant to do what a dh brake was meant too it do. in theory it’s a better modulating higher power xc brake.
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