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Brand new in box Thomson elite covert dropper. Can post next day recorded and insured delivery for £7 extra. Comes with remote. No offers.
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Front and rear SRAM guide ultimate brakes, with carbon levers and the latest S4 easy to bleed caliper. Good condition, no crash damage or scratches. Selling as I've bought a new bike. Will post next day recorded and insured delivery. Comes with 2 pairs of new unused uberbike pads, and pads installed in the calipers with some life left. Hose lengths to centre of banjo: front ~79cm, rear ~159cm. Plenty long enough for most large/XL frames. Rear is currently not bled as it was removed from an internally routed frame, but I can get this bled if required for an external routed frame. Any questions just ask.
Feb 3, 2019 at 23:42Feb 3, 2019
For sale is my 2015 Commencal Meta SX, size large. Before sale it has had a shock air can and fork lowers service, the dampers were both serviced last summer. All cables have been replaced, along with the chain and chainring. Frame bearings and rear wheel bearings were replaced last summer, and the brakes are only a handful of rides old. The bike will come with a static post not the dropper in the photo. This is a used and well loved bike. The bike was used as intended and hence there are scratches and chips - the worst of which I will picture, all purely cosmetic. However it has been regularly maintained. Unfortunately last summer the fork stanchions got scratched. However the scratches were dressed straight away and have not caused any issues to the seals. I'll include any 26" tyres and tubes I've got in the shed, along with some spare spokes and a Gamut upper chain guide Collection preferred, however postage is an option. Full Spec: Frame: 2015 Commencal Meta SX 26" Large piggyback compatible Fork: Rockshox Pike rct3 160mm Shock: Fox kashima CTD Groupset: Shimano Saint M820 shifter, xt m8000 derailleur, xt m785 cranks, sunrace mx3 11-42 cassette Brakes: SLX m7000 Wheels: Hope Pro2 Evo 40t, Sunringle MTX 29 rims (bombproof!) Tyres: Magic Mary Trailstar front, Maxxis DHF DH rear. Both setup tubeless Cockpit: Renthal Fatbar 780mm high rise, FUNNduro stem, ODI vans grips. Seatpost: gravity static post with charge spoon saddle and hope quick release.
rchez08 danielsapp's article
Jan 4, 2019 at 5:18Jan 4, 2019
Tech Tips: How to Keep Your Suspension Moving in the Winter
Syncros make one that fits the new 36 with some small screws.
Nov 24, 2018 at 15:02Nov 24, 2018
Santa Cruz Nomad CC, Top end build spec, size small. This bike has been well maintained. It has no play in any of the bearings or bushings. Frame bearings and shock bushings have been replaced recently. The suspension is plush, dropper works as it should and the gears shift smoothly. Few rubs from normal use, but generally very good condition - see pictures. Spec list: Frame: Santa Cruz Nomad CC size small. Top end carbon model Fork: Fox factory RC2 FiT, PUSH tuned. Shock: Fox factory Float X, PUSH tuned. Seatpost: Fox factory transfer, 125mm drop. Saddle: Burgtec The Cloud. Wheels: Mavic Crossmax XL. Tyres: Maxxis Minion DHF and Aggressor. Both have minimal wear. Drivetrain: Shimano XT M8000 11 speed, 11-42 cassette with plenty of life, 30t chainring. OneUp chain guide Brakes: XT M8000, Nearly new pads, Ice Technology rotors, 180mm rear, 203mm front. Bars/Stem: Raceface carbon sixc bars, Joystick 35mm stem, Raceface grips Headset: Hope Frame is Invisiframed, should be near perfect condition underneath. Also comes with a carbon Rock Guardz downtube protector. Unfortunately, there is a small scratch on the forks, but it is unlikely to cause any issues whatsoever. Would fit someone approx 5' to 5'5" Please message me if you have any questions. Price drop, open to close offers, try me! Thanks.
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rchez08 mikelevy's article
Jul 6, 2018 at 2:54Jul 6, 2018
Loris and Luca's Santa Cruz V10 29ers - Val di Sole DH World Cup 2018
@maglor: They are the current generation XTR, designed for 2 pots. The levers may push a little less fluid volume for a given lever travel, due to a different servo wave profile, hence more control and modulation. The lever piston sizes are identical at 10mm. I may be wrong though. https://m.pinkbike.com/photo/16076164