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    FS: RS Pike 160mm, Fox DPS, more cheap stuff

    Pike is a 2016 27.5" 160mm Solo Air RC. Steerer cut to a hair under 6". Used for 2 seasons before it hung on my garage wall. Make an offer. I am sick of looking at it.

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    Basically new Fox DPS Performance 7.785 x 2.25 / 200 x 57 shock. Purchased from another maggot to possibly go on to a bike I just sold. Prior owner basically parking lot rode the shock once before selling it. I never mounted it on a bike or used it. Again, make offers as I have no use for this at all.

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    Fork is non boost, right?
    Quote Originally Posted by powder11 View Post
    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chupacabra View Post
    Fork is non boost, right?
    Yes, non-boost 15x100

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    Is there a tune code on the DPS shock
    (4 digit alpha numeric)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by N1CK. View Post
    Is there a tune code on the DPS shock
    (4 digit alpha numeric)?
    C249

    Shock was an OEM take off from a Santa Cruz Bronson v2.

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    Bump. Make dumb offers. Essentially anything is better than 0.

    Also have some 29" DT Swiss M1900 boost wheels that would be good for a cheap build.

    Can get them cleaned up and take pics if anyone wants. Again, stupid cheap.

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    Had some interest in the wheels. These were an OEM on a used bike I bought from a mech at a Yeti dealer. These wheels come on most Yetis I think, so no idea of the true age. They may have thrown them on just to sell the bike. A couple slight dents, scratches. Taped with gorilla tape, but may need new tape. Valves installed. They are true. XD driver. Cheap.

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    X01 Eagle chain NIB, seal was cracked, but chain never installed and now I am running XT so this has to go. $45?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    Had some interest in the wheels. These were an OEM on a used bike I bought from a mech at a Yeti dealer. These wheels come on most Yetis I think, so no idea of the true age. They may have thrown them on just to sell the bike. A couple slight dents, scratches. Taped with gorilla tape, but may need new tape. Valves installed. They are true. XD driver. Cheap.

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    X01 Eagle chain NIB, seal was cracked, but chain never installed and now I am running XT so this has to go. $45?

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    which dt swiss hub is on those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grskier View Post
    which dt swiss hub is on those?
    Literally just says "DT Swiss" with no numbers or anything on the hubs.

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    Looks like per DT's website, M1900s have 370 hubs.

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    Yeah, my M1900 has a 370.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    Had some interest in the wheels. These were an OEM on a used bike I bought from a mech at a Yeti dealer. These wheels come on most Yetis I think, so no idea of the true age. They may have thrown them on just to sell the bike. A couple slight dents, scratches. Taped with gorilla tape, but may need new tape. Valves installed. They are true. XD driver. Cheap.

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    X01 Eagle chain NIB, seal was cracked, but chain never installed and now I am running XT so this has to go. $45?

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    What size hubs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iriponsnow View Post
    What size hubs?
    Boost 15x110, 12x148

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    Lol, why does the chain have to go? Or are the chamfer angles that different on SRAM vs Shimano plates?
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    You did say dumb offers for the fork. $ 100?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeLau View Post
    You did say dumb offers for the fork. $ 100?
    You pay shipping and we have a deal. PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SchralphMacchio View Post
    Lol, why does the chain have to go? Or are the chamfer angles that different on SRAM vs Shimano plates?
    Yeah, you have to run Shimano chains with Shimano cassettes now for the 12 speed stuff.

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