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wastedqba jamessmurthwaite's article
Sep 13, 2020 at 16:51
Sep 13, 2020
Bike vs Bike: Connor Fearon's 2007 Kona Stab Deluxe vs 2020 Operator
The issue with this frame though (all between 2006-2008 and some earlier ones) is that you need to use modified hubs. 150x12 which are shorter to fit floating caliper. It is hard go get Sun Ringle Abbah hubs nowadays. Better option is with 2009, when they moved to regular 150x12
wastedqba jamessmurthwaite's article
Sep 13, 2020 at 16:39
Sep 13, 2020
Bike vs Bike: Connor Fearon's 2007 Kona Stab Deluxe vs 2020 Operator
I am putting together vontage Kona Stab with exactly the same frame. And have the same issue. L is so hard to get that I need to use M. The major difference is that I have 07 888 RC2X which is closer to stock specs.
wastedqba sarahmoore's article
Aug 26, 2020 at 6:42
Aug 26, 2020
Connor Fearon to Sit Out 2020 Season Due to Australian Covid Travel Restrictions
That's not 2005 Stab Deluxe, that is 2007 Stab Deluxe. There was no Deluxe in 2005.
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wastedqba mikekazimer's article
Jan 2, 2015 at 9:18
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wastedqba WAKIdesigns's article
Dec 26, 2014 at 8:58
Dec 26, 2014
WAKi-bikes of the Future: CannonRail Jeronimo 2020
So.... First. How "roller on clutch equipped rocker arm" will work? Cause one side swing arms/ forks are nothing new and they are not as interesting as roller on a clutch. This may be a revolution. Second thing... head angle... Maybe it is just the dwg, but it looks ridiculous. I have serious doubts about bikes with so small HA.
wastedqba EnduroMe's article
Jul 16, 2014 at 1:51
Jul 16, 2014
Video: The Making Of Path Finder's Polish Section
Are you allowed to ride in Bieszczadzki National Park?
wastedqba watoosh's video
Jun 1, 2014 at 13:26
Jun 1, 2014
guancho-libre alu (alloy) is the same as in many other bikes - 7005. Besides konas are made in Taiwan in one of the 3 big bicycle palnts that produce about 90% of bikes in the world... So there is 30% chance that your bike was made in the same place... Apart of design flaws there is always small % of chance that your bike will fail due to material intrusions, cavities in welds, cracks in heat affected zone etc... If it was a design flow like the rockers in Kona Stinky 2006 or the chain stays in Specialized SX (old models) or the links in Giant Reign X you would see many more bikes like this with snapped head tube. So probably it was an material/welding issue or low cycle fatigue (who knows how many times before this guy has missed his landing).

wastedqba diamondbackbikes's article
Apr 18, 2014 at 8:09
Apr 18, 2014
Want to Win a Diamondback Mission Frameset?
Complaining on the contest because you need to be on facebook is the same as complaining on a contrest because you need to have access to internet or know about pinkbike. I am wondering when people will complain that Rampage is in Utah, not in their hometown...
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