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Oct 18, 2017 at 6:548 hours
Oct 18, 2017 at 6:538 hours
Yo! just selling off some old parts from past builds. FSA comet crankset: $40 ridden a handful of times, it came stock on my 2016 Kona Unit. 32t chainring, bashguard, BB included *BB was damaged when removing, it can still be used, but care should be taken when installing* handlebars: One came off of my old Honzo, it comes with a stem too. $35 stem is 60mm long, 6 degree rise, bars are uncut, 760mm wide, 31.8 clamp other bars are barely used from my Unit, Kona XC/BC bars uncut @ 750mm wide, 31.8 clamp $20 rear shifter is SLX 10 speed, works flawlessly, used very little $15 I have one (rear) brake, shimano deore with a 180mm disc adapter. Works great, $25 Shimano Zee rear derailleur. Bombproof, barely used, 10 speed. ***this is the DH model which can ONLY accept up to a 28t rear cog, so you have to use a road cassette. It was a shipping error on Shimano that they didn't want to make right. It's not too bad to push with the right front chainring. Has clutch and tucks nicely out of the way of rocks and roots. $30 forgot to snap a picture, but I also have a seat/ seatpost. post is Kona 31.6 diameter, 350mm long, and seat is a bontrager evoke Ti, can't remember the width. Both lightly used. $50 together or 25 for saddle/ 20 for post\ I'd prefer pickup in the Saint Louis area, but I will ship in the US, buyer pays shipping. If anyone near me does want to pick something up, I can negotiate prices for a good stout or IPA!
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Feb 10, 2016 at 6:05Feb 10, 2016
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Feb 8, 2016 at 6:24Feb 8, 2016
Feb 5, 2016 at 11:10Feb 5, 2016
had these wheels on my honzo, but my new bike has different spacing and axle size, so I won't use them. I built these and put maybe 50 miles on them. RIMS: WTB frequency team i25 - big wide and durable rims that are tubeless capable. HUBS: Shimano SLX, centerlock. nice and smooth, practically new. rear freehub has good, quick engagement. Front is 15mm thru and rear is 12x142, they are not convertible. SPOKES: silver DT champions. CASSETTE: Shimano 105 11-28. it's a road cassette because of the derailleur I was using. Right now they have a set of bontrager XR4 2.35 tubeless ready tires, and shimano centerlock 180 rotors. they are currently NOT set up as tubeless the dish is a little off (not bad at all), so your local shop should be able to straighten them out no problem. I'd do it but I don't have a wheelstand at home. I rode them this way, and they never came out of true. asking $225 shipped . sorry no trades. Everything stays on the wheels, I really need to get rid of all this stuff.
Feb 5, 2016 at 11:05Feb 5, 2016
sold my honzo frame, getting a rigid Kona Unit, so I won't be needing this fork any more. It's got maybe 15 miles on a rebuild with new seals, stanchions are pretty scratch and scuff free. lockout (TST selector) does not work and never has (?). the knob also pops off if you bump it, but it's gotta be a pretty firm bump. fork is set at 140 travel, I don't have any spacers to reduce travel. Brake is still attached because I just wanted to snap a quick picture. I'll detach it prior to sale unless you want it. It's an older Hope mini-mono, which is a really nice brake (everything is CNC, the fit and finish is pretty sweet), but i'd let it go for 20 bucks more because of the age, and I've honestly never bled the thing (why do it when it works perfectly?!). steer tube is 7 1/8". nice fork for a good price, $200. sorry, not looking to trade.
Jul 18, 2015 at 13:59Jul 18, 2015
yo, selling my Honzo. custom build; up front is a 2010 Marzocchi 44 micro ti qr15. headset is a chris king, bars and stem are kona (60 mm stem and wide bars), grips are salsa lock-ons, brakes are hope mini-mono in the front and shimano deore in the rear with 180 rotors, wheels are shimano SLX hubs laced to WTB frequency i25 and the tires are bontrager XR4 2.35". cranks are race face evolve, single 32t ring and bashguard, rear derailleur is a shimano zee hooked up to a 10 speed SLX shifter with an 11-28 shimano 105 cassette. seatpost is kona's own and the seat is a bontrager evoke ti. super sweet bottle opener headset spacer. pedals not included good stuff: the wheels, drivetrain, and the cockpit have barely been ridden. rear brake is brand new, because the old one wouldn't hold a bleed and replacing was cheaper than putting a new hose on the hope. i'll include the old hope rear too. fork just rebuilt with new seals and oil. lockout still won't work, i don't know why. lockouts are for wimps anyways. bad stuff: . you're probably wondering why the cassette is a road cassette. when I worked for a bike shop, we got employee incentives to buy shimano's stuff. i ordered the FR model, which had the capacity for a 36t rear cog, but they mistakenly sent me the DH model which can only take up to a 28t. i called, and since it was offered at a one time low price, they told me tough luck. so, climbing is a bit harder, but you get to the top faster. so i think i've disclosed everything, i don't want anyone to get any surprises, but ask as many questions as you need. so there you have it, after a lot of thought i decided to sell it. It's been in my closet for the last 6 months, and it needs to be ridden. I accepted a new position at my job which unfortunately requires a lot more of my time, so i need to replace it with something that is more versatile. not interested in trades, or lowball offers (willing to negotiate though). I have a lot of time and money in this bike. thanks for looking. buyer pays shipping, sale is FINAL had a buddy buy this, i held his money because he wasn't sure, and now it's mine again. so here it is for sale again!
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Apr 19, 2015 at 7:33Apr 19, 2015
Kirk Pacenti Revolutionizes Short Stems... With a Hammer - Sea Otter 2015
hammers are my favorite tool, you'd think I would have come up with that. I usually look on new technology and super hyped innovation with a lot of skepticism, but this looks cool.