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09-10-2012, 09:43 PM
All of the newer Shimano calipers are post mount. If your fork is also post mount you can run a 160mm rotor without an adapter. If you want to run a 180mm rotor you need to get the Post/Post adapter...
09-08-2012, 05:02 PM
check out the deals at blue sky cycling.
get a set of Shimano SLX, XT, or XTR brakes depending on what your price point is. IMO the Shimano stuff is hard to beat and these prices are great.
PM sent earlier this morning...
Marzocchi 44 RC3 Ti is the best feeling fork I have ever been on. No travel adjust but with only 150mm travel why bother...
I guess you could get the 44 Micro Switch TA if you wanted the travel...
Well mine has the exact same gap in the exact same spot. I didn't cut anything out and it wasn't there when i got the saddle...
My Fizik Arione saddle has a crack like that in the same place. But that's after 4 years of hard riding, I don't think it was like that to start.
I think you got screwed...
Hey guys, thanks for all the offers. Looks like BoatBound has all that I need.
Anybody else looking for posts or pedals are free to contact the people that posted in the thread.
gonna bump this thread...
how did these wheels end up working out? were the savings worth it? or should I spend the extra cash going the hand built route?
any info good or bad would be much...
thanks Stowelen. I should have specified, I'm looking for the lower profile shimano pedals, don't need the extra cage/platform...
i'm looking for a decent but cheap 31.6mm seatpost as well as a pair of SPD pedals to finish off a new build.
items located on the front range/boulder a plus. let me know what you have...
05-19-2012, 10:47 PM
This 5spot is the old horst link bike:
This one is the DW link. It has the elevated chain stay synonymous with the DW link...
I just picked up a 2011 44 RC3 Ti from Huck and Roll
I only have one ride on it, but it seems really nice so far. They only have tapered forks...
12-03-2010, 08:22 AM
YouTube - Niner Bikes Fork Hammering
I need a rear brake lever for a commuter project. Road levers won't fit on the bars I'm using. No hydro disc levers either...
Looking for a rear lever, but could run the front one if that is all...
trails like these are the reason i like riding bikes. i need to ride these trails...
need more stoke...
this is what i need right now.
east ropes, west ropes, tunnel face... ever heard of them?
not that there will ever be enough snow to open tunnel face this year, but still.
man I wish it snowed like last year
how was the snow today? worth heading up tomorrow?
12-12-2009, 12:55 PM
account created, not sure how to make a deal alert...
Nice build, skis look sweet. I actually have a pair of skis I built with almost identical dimensions (except in the tip, 192 cm length 134-113-122). Mine have a bit less rocker and flat camber, so...
LIVE RESULTS - CURRENT STANDINGS
Rank Rider Bib Home R1 R2 R3 Total
1 - Jacqui Edgerly USA 35.94 35.94
2 - Jess Mcmillan USA 35.38 35.38
3 - Soledad Diaz CHL 35.25...
Any of the pow specific skis from these companies should do the...
08-05-2009, 08:16 AM
definitley go for the ON3P. you are only talking about 4cm length here... with the ON3P skiing long and the S7 skiing short.
the added stiffness of the wrenegade will more than make up for the...
3.6mm x 9mm for most skis
4.1mm x 9mm for skis with metal (probably should tap these as well...)
also cottered cranks are a pain in the ass to remove
i've found that the actual thickness dimensions of the core aren't super important (within reason). More important is the amount of taper you have from the thickest point down to...
03-17-2009, 10:47 AM
more fat skis please
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