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Jul 26, 2020 at 17:40Jul 26, 2020
XFusion HILO STRATE 30.9 I purchased this with the intent to install on an On-One Codiene. The frame is actually a 31.6, and I a crankbrothers post for that frame now. I am selling this post. The guy I bought it off of says it was working great, and I can see it was greased recently. Previous owner had broken the seat clamp/head, but I had spare parts. Operates smoothly. 150mm post, but currently sitting at about 145mm. Comes with everything pictured except the seat. Usually located in East Vancouver, working near SFU, and often in Maple Ridge. I am flexible where I can meet for local pickup. Shipping okay too.
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Jul 23, 2020 at 12:25Jul 23, 2020
Check Out: 16 New Hardtails for 2020
I recently installed a hard-compound minion on my full-sus for the same traction breaking experience. It's terrifying!
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Jul 6, 2020 at 8:56Jul 6, 2020
Pipedream Launch Limited Edition Ti Moxie Hardtail
I've never had the opportunity to experience titanium because the down payment on a frame is more than I paid for my complete steel hard-tail. I would love to try it one day though.
Jun 8, 2020 at 16:07Jun 8, 2020
The Kona Steely is purposed specifically for that wild breed of rider who loves the compliancy and burliness of steel buttered up with a five-inch travel fork Size: Medium/Large - 18” Wheel Size: 26” Frame: 2011 Kona Steely Fork: 130mm (5”) RockShox Boxxer RC Brake Levers: Shimano XT Hydraulic Disk, Brake Calipers: Shimano Saint M800 Brake Rotors: 180/160mm (7”/6”) Front/Rear Cassette: 11-36T Shimano XT M771 10spd Chain: SRAM PC 1051 Chainring: One-Up 30T Narrow Wide Derailleur: Zee M640 10spd Short-cage Shifter: Zee M640 Clutch 10spd Cranks: Shimano Saint M815 170MM Hubs: SRAM X9 Rims: Sunringle Equalizer 27 Tires: Schwalbe Hans Dampf Evo Trail Star Handlebar: NukeProof Warhead Ltd Edition Stem: Race Face Atlas AM, 60mm length Grips: Teva Lock-On Headset: Chris King / Cane Creek Headset Seat: SQLab 612 14mm Seatpost: Thompson Elite I’ve owned the bike since 2012. It’s been an excellent mountain bike for riding trails all around Vancouver and even in Regina, Saskatchewan. Located at UBC.
May 23, 2020 at 9:49May 23, 2020
The Kona Steely is purposed specifically for that wild breed of rider who loves the compliancy and burliness of steel buttered up with a six-inch travel fork Frame: 2011 Kona Steely Fork: 160mm (6”) RockShox XC28 Brakes: Tektro Draco Hydraulic Disk, 180/160mm (7”/6”) F/R Rotors Drivetrain: 24-Speed Shimano Alivio Cranks: Truvativ Blaze 3.1, 44/32/22 with Power Spline BB Hubs: Marin/Shimano F/R Rims: Alexrims TD25/DM18 F/R Tires: Kenda All Terrain Handlebar: Scott Pilot FR 1 Pro, 20mm rise Stem: Race Face Atlas AM, 60mm length Grips: Specialized Lock-On Bar Ends: Lizard Skin Headset: Chris King / Cane Creek Headset Seat: Yeti SDG Seatpost: Thompson Elite Seat Clamp: Hope The bike is currently set up to pedal around Vancouver and Pacific Spirit Park. I can swap out the Kenda All Terrain tires for a set of Schwalbe Hans Dampf tires if you plan to ride it more aggressively. Located at UBC. Geometry: http://2011.konaworld.com/bike.cfm?content=steely
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Feb 6, 2020 at 19:52Feb 6, 2020
Öhlins Rear Shock off an XL 2017 Specialized Demo. Size 9.5x3" High/low speed compression adjust, rebound adjust Comes with a 550x3.0 Cane Creek spring fitted and the Öhlins 434 spring. Cane Creek spring needs to be slightly compressed to be removed (required two people to install). Springs can be swapped before selling. The shock came on an ex Coastal Crew bike who had a SRAM sponsorship and didn't run the shock. I ran it for one day, then ran an old Fox DHX 5.0 for the rest of the season because the stock Öhlins spring was not heavy enough and I had difficulty sourcing a heavier spring for it. Over the last winter I found out a Cane Creek spring would fit and bought and fitted it. I then gained weight and never lost it. I need a 650 which I already had for the DHX 5.0. At this point the shock and hardware have seen one day of use, it's too expensive to keep as a spare, and I expect the Demo frame to crack before I can resell it with the Öhlins fitted. Buyer pays shipping.
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