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sam-squanch J-oryx's photo
Sep 10, 2017 at 14:02
Sep 10, 2017
Hezus!!!!

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Aug 26, 2017 at 15:29
Aug 26, 2017

Wanted - In Calgary - Tough 29er wheelset

$500 CAD
Looking for a tough 29er wheelset. 12x142, 15x100, 6 bolt preferred. I'd like to pick up in Calgary and area on my next days off. I have a sweet set of Reynolds Carbon 29 2013 to trade if interested, or I can just buy them. I'd prefer king/I9/DT/Hadley but would take hope pro3 or 4, maybe others, my budget is flexible, what have you got? I might spring for a tough carbon set too, like m60, m70, nox, noble, ect.

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Aug 24, 2017 at 18:31
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Aug 24, 2017 at 18:30
Aug 24, 2017

Reynolds 29 Carbon 142/15mm

$650 CAD
Mint 2013 Aftermarket Reynolds Carbon 29 Wheelset. Shimano, 6 bolt disc, 142x12, 100x15. NON BOOST. I emphasize the aftermarket part as Reynolds got a bad rap with a run of poorly built OE Cannondale wheels that came apart on guys shockingly fast. This is not those wheels. These are billed as a do it all trail wheel, and are very much top of the line, with an MSRP around $2500 CAD when new. Excellent condition, few marks at all, low use, very fast, stiff and light, under 1500g. Came with a mint used bike purchase and is too light for me. LOOK!!!: http://enduromag.com.au/site/enduro-mag-news/the-desk-files-reynolds-carbon-29er-mountain-bike-wheels/

sam-squanch CodyGibson's photo
Jul 17, 2017 at 21:49
Jul 17, 2017
manitou sherman, circa 2004 ish, and that rebound knob missing isn't a biggie. Manitou used to use what looked like a wood screw. Yeah, bad plan. I lost mine on a trail a few months into owning a Nixon. This thing is probably TPC, and smooth as butter, and durable. that hex you see in the bottom of the right leg threads INTO the fork should you try and take these apart. Common mistake is to try and thread it out (snaps!). You should be able to get in there with an allan or teeny socket and adjust the rebound as is, it should be visible if you look up that allen bolt in the bottom of the right leg. A knob off of a nixon/sherman should work if you manage to find stuff for 12 year old suspension. If there is nothing visible in the bottom of the right leg you are missing parts or it's pushed up into the fork or busted off. I want to say I remember using a 6mm socket to get in there after loosing the knob. At any rate I wouldn't expect that to live long without at least pulling the lowers and cleaning and freshening up the bath oil.

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sam-squanch paulaston's article
Jan 9, 2016 at 9:23
Jan 9, 2016
Pinkbike Poll: What's Next?
Still lots of strange arguments comparing bicycles to high power off road stuff! Most of a bicycle's weight is the rider, who attempts to use things meant to run to turn a shaft. Remember now that there are a whole lot of bicycles out there that don't get hooked on a chair lift. I would guess most bicycles will never see a lift access resort or shuttle.
sam-squanch paulaston's article
Jan 8, 2016 at 22:37
Jan 8, 2016
Pinkbike Poll: What's Next?
This stuff doesn't need to cost any ass tonn (we talking metric?) Small computers are getting so cheap it doesn't even make sense. Just think about the thing in your pocket that is probably 1000x too powerful to waste on running a few sensors and a damper. Here's RC's opinion of a ride on last summer's fox mule: http://www.pinkbike.com/news/exclusive-ride-report-fox-live-valve-active-suspension-system.html
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