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    Quote Originally Posted by WineDine29er View Post
    I can attest to this...my RD was perfectly dialed right out of the box with zero issues. My FD only needed minor cable adjustment...the high and low limits were set properly.
    Same here, GREAT product out of the box.

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    My Goblin arrived Friday. Pretty much dialed in, only a minor FD adjustment was necessary. However, the Goblin power plant has some issues...weak legs, inefficient heart and lungs, you name it. I hope to improve these issues over time.

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    can anyone tell me what the silver cylinder piece is thats in the sprocket? not sure what its there for

    also how often do you guys have to adjust your brakes? my brakes are often squealing, when I realign the calipers it usually goes away for a while but they always start squealing again

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    Went for my first real ride on the new Goblin today, love it.
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    Re: New Airborne Goblin

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    can anyone tell me what the silver cylinder piece is thats in the sprocket? not sure what its there for

    also how often do you guys have to adjust your brakes? my brakes are often squealing, when I realign the calipers it usually goes away for a while but they always start squealing again
    It's so you know where to align the crank arm up with the chain ring if you pull them apart for maintenance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jem7sk View Post
    Can you post a pic of your hanger inline with your frame so we can see if it is bent?
    Hi Jem7sk. Did you get a chance to look at the rear derailleur? I can't tell if it is straight or not but looks like it is.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokomojo View Post
    It's so you know where to align the crank arm up with the chain ring if you pull them apart for maintenance.

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    Interesting, makes sense. I always thought it was meant to keep the chain out of there in the case of a derailment to the outside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    Hi Jem7sk. Did you get a chance to look at the rear derailleur? I can't tell if it is straight or not but looks like it is.

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    Sorry for the delay... Looks straight to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jem7sk View Post
    Sorry for the delay... Looks straight to me.
    Yeah, that's what I thought. I can fiddle with the barrel adjuster and get the largest cog working but then the smallest one won't engage....frustrating. When I originally received the bike I should have started with the barrel adjuster FIRST before messing with the H and L. Probably would have been an easy fix. Also, what's up with the allen screw on the back of the derailleur which moves it forward or back? What is that for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhazard View Post
    Interesting, makes sense. I always thought it was meant to keep the chain out of there in the case of a derailment to the outside.
    That's the main intention as far as I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaleBreaker View Post
    However, the Goblin power plant has some issues...weak legs, inefficient heart and lungs, you name it. I hope to improve these issues over time.
    We'll try and work on those issues for the next version of the Goblin, thanks!



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    The Gob

    Out of the box..zero issues..a few tweaks here and there and good to go...6 months in and zero issues..it is getting ready to transform into the Goblin X9 starting next month..I have used this bike for a lot more than I thought I would...I have done some long gravel grinders on her...she excels on XC stuff...taking it on some more technical terrain with the usual issues that any ht frame bike encounters and she handled it great..even have used it for commuting around the down town area with a back to carry my junk...I finally got another saddle just have not put it on yet...the stock one does ok for short rides but any length of time on the saddle and things start screaming for relief..I like the stock Geax tires fine but think I am gonna switch for a narrower faster tire..maybe SB8 or similar..though these tires where super easy to set up with No Tubes..the BF wheels are stellar performers..put on a carbon seat post and carbon bar..I went with a flat bar that was narrower than the stock one..I just like narrow bars..even on my all mountain bike i run them as narrow as possible..everything nice and tight and slammed together..the X7 stuff works great and I will reuse that stuff on another build...

    Crossing my fingers for a steel incarnation of this rig or a steel offering from Airborne as my next project is to build up a steel frame rig....as soon as I get a fork(rigid) I will be getting another Goblin frame and running a drop bar with cross type tires on it..everything is in a box and ready to go...a Gobenstein!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyFlyer View Post
    We'll try and work on those issues for the next version of the Goblin, thanks!



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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    Yeah, that's what I thought. I can fiddle with the barrel adjuster and get the largest cog working but then the smallest one won't engage....frustrating. When I originally received the bike I should have started with the barrel adjuster FIRST before messing with the H and L. Probably would have been an easy fix. Also, what's up with the allen screw on the back of the derailleur which moves it forward or back? What is that for?
    That's the B-screw. Take a look at this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyFlyer View Post
    Wow..thanks Jeremy. MUCH more informative than the book I purchased to help out with any issues that come up. Can't wait to get out of the office.

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    Tony, is there a noticeable difference in x9 parts versus x7? I've never had anything x9. I just like the x7 stuff perfectly for the amount of riding I do and how budget friendly it is. I read an article today about the type 2 clutch technology trickling down to the x7 stuff as well so that will be nice for when I feel like "upgrading".

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    Tony, is there a noticeable difference in x9 parts versus x7? I've never had anything x9. I just like the x7 stuff perfectly for the amount of riding I do and how budget friendly it is. I read an article today about the type 2 clutch technology trickling down to the x7 stuff as well so that will be nice for when I feel like "upgrading".

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    Yeah there is a noticeable difference IMO...I am running x9 on three other bikes...shifts are smoother..lever action feels better...kinda of like going to XO stuff...huge difference in performance and weight savings if one is into weight...but I like the X9 stuff as I have used it for years with no issues...it is also semi budget friendly compared to X0 or XTR level stuff in the event you crash and destroy a shifter or derailleur..though I have only had few crashes over the years that resulted in new drive train parts needing replacing..the X7 is good stuff and I have had no issues with it at all...but I kind of like to keep the same level stuff on all my bikes as that is what I am used to running...for me I can tell a difference when using the x7 vs the x9...plus I am killing two birds with one stone...the wife wants to upgrade her drive train from Shimano to Sram so I am going to put the X7 stuff one her bike...I would like to do X0 as I am running that on another HT..but just can not budget that build right now...the X0 stuff is pure sweetness...if and when you upgrade I am sure you will be happy going to X9.

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    FYI for any of you thinking about adding a Goblin to your stable right now, we are OUT of the 18's at the moment. 20's will go next.

    Unfortunately the quickest we can receive the parts we ordered and build the bikes won't be until late June, which will put the next batch of Goblins in our warehouse about the 3rd week of July. We doubled-up on this next coming batch so hopefully that helps out with the stocking issue for awhile. Our sales rate on Goblins is about 4X what we predicted when we did our initial forecasting.

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    Just purchased a 20" Goblin, and I already cant wait for it to get here. I am a little concerned on size but after reading this thread I hope I made the right decision. I am right at 6 feet tall and I have a inseam of 34". I was curious is anyone had there own opinion on my size. I was between the 18-20. Any help would be great!!

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    I am about an inch taller than you with a similar inseam and the 20" feels perfect to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aguilford4 View Post
    Just purchased a 20" Goblin, and I already cant wait for it to get here. I am a little concerned on size but after reading this thread I hope I made the right decision. I am right at 6 feet tall and I have a inseam of 34". I was curious is anyone had there own opinion on my size. I was between the 18-20. Any help would be great!!
    Should be good I am 5 11 and ride 18(M)..I am on the cusp of med to large the med being at the low end of what i fit on...I usually buy the smallest frame I can fit on for all my bikes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aguilford4 View Post
    Just purchased a 20" Goblin, and I already cant wait for it to get here. I am a little concerned on size but after reading this thread I hope I made the right decision. I am right at 6 feet tall and I have a inseam of 34". I was curious is anyone had there own opinion on my size. I was between the 18-20. Any help would be great!!
    I think the 20inch is the best bet. You may end up buying a shorter stem than the stock one to make it fit perfect, like a 90mm. But try it with the stock stem first. If your arms are longish for your height, the stock length may be fine...

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    Yep, I'm 6' and a 34" Inseam and ride the 20" goblin completely stock and I love the fit.

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    on the front derailleur, which is the High and Low screws?

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    Awesome, thanks for all the fedback on the size.. Really looking forward to the first ride, and a 6 month road trip to enjoy all the great single track around the states!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    on the front derailleur, which is the High and Low screws?
    Never mind...Bike Radar's You Tube Video's got everything working amazing on the bike. It's taken almost a week, but I feel pretty confident with the derailleurs and brakes (except for bleeding...haven't needed that yet, will research when required) as well as suspension settings and bike fitting. Glad I didn't take it to an LBS. It's nice to know you can fix a problem on the spot. Can't wait for this rain to stop! Good and bad of South FL...we don't get cold winter but we do have rainy season.

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    has anybody had any issues swapping bars/stem? I can't get the brake levers off the stock handlebar

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    The brake levers are a bit of a pain, its like there's loctite on them or something. I actually had to put the torx bit in my ratchet to get it loose

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8iking VIIking View Post
    The brake levers are a bit of a pain, its like there's loctite on them or something. I actually had to put the torx bit in my ratchet to get it loose
    What is the size of the torx screw needed? I was trying to move them yesterday but didn't want to strip the screw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    What is the size of the torx screw needed? I was trying to move them yesterday but didn't want to strip the screw.
    I believe its a t25

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    I took it to my lbs today, took them about an hour or so but they managed to get brakes off with an ez-out lol. anyways got my new bars and stem on, so im happy

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    also just wondering about the fork. I set my psi to 100 (i used the reference chart on the bottom of the fork) and i bottom out when i have my rebound all the way to the left. my sag is at 20mm when i have it one notch away from being fully locked out, what settings do you guys have your rebound at?

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    went out for my first real ride with the new bike yesterday. Really wet and muddy conditions. I am shocked how well this bike rides. It was by far the best I've ever handled the advanced trails...especially with the worse weather I've ever ridden in. I'm a novice at this and i was toying with every trail. Two Goblins here in Miami. We both had the same experience...love the bike!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lmw View Post
    also just wondering about the fork. I set my psi to 100 (i used the reference chart on the bottom of the fork) and i bottom out when i have my rebound all the way to the left. my sag is at 20mm when i have it one notch away from being fully locked out, what settings do you guys have your rebound at?
    i did some more playing around today with my fork settings. when i set the psi to around 60 i achieve my ideal sag of 30, but then the fork bottoms out too easy. if i increase the psi enough so that my fork doesnt bottom out so easy, then the sag is only around 10. another thing i noticed that when im not sitting on the bike, the sag is around 5, this does not seem normal to me

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    Are you using a shock pump?

    OK, on the fork 60psi sounds too low, I think that's even off the chart. How much do you weigh?

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    I weigh 155 pounds, also yes I have a shock pump

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    Just got my goblin and so far it is amazing...but alas, I have only been able to ride on paved bike/running trails near my house. But I have a question, I want to put my own lube of choice on the chain, but the grease that the chain comes equipped with is a hassle to remove. I was wondering if any of you have found a good way to clean off the grease? I tried using good ol' simple green and a rag...but the grease prevails. So I have removed the chain and it awaits soaking...what to soak it in is the question.

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    One of the best things to use to remove grease from the drive train is plain old liquid dishwashing soap. Every couple of weeks I'll get a bucket of warm soapy water and a brush and scrub the cassette, chain, crankset, chain rings, and derailleurs.

    Then put a very light coating of wax-based or Teflon lube on the chain. Lightly wipe off the excess.

    Do NOT use the same brush to clean the rest of the bike. Use a separate brush for that.

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    Why remove the stock lube/grease? That stuff seems to be better than any lube on the market. I always let the stock stuff wear off then apply lube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmw View Post
    I weigh 155 pounds, also yes I have a shock pump
    Check to ensure your pump is good and not bleeding air off when you release the valve.

    I think your air pressure is really too low. I would set it for your weight as the first priority and sag as the second priority. I generally look for about 20% sag on an XC bike.

    If there is something wrong with it, we can work with you thru a local shop to have it looked at for RockShox Warranty repair/replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    went out for my first real ride with the new bike yesterday. Really wet and muddy conditions. I am shocked how well this bike rides. It was by far the best I've ever handled the advanced trails...especially with the worse weather I've ever ridden in. I'm a novice at this and i was toying with every trail. Two Goblins here in Miami. We both had the same experience...love the bike!


    Love the shot! Stealing..............er.............borrowing it for our facebook page!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffharris1us View Post
    One of the best things to use to remove grease from the drive train is plain old liquid dishwashing soap. Every couple of weeks I'll get a bucket of warm soapy water and a brush and scrub the cassette, chain, crankset, chain rings, and derailleurs.

    Then put a very light coating of wax-based or Teflon lube on the chain. Lightly wipe off the excess.

    Do NOT use the same brush to clean the rest of the bike. Use a separate brush for that.
    Thanks, dish soap is a wonder soap. Got my chain spic and span.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkelly View Post
    Thanks, dish soap is a wonder soap. Got my chain spic and span.
    I use Dawn dish soap mixed with hot water in a gallon milk jug to clean my chains. Just take off the chain, put about a 1/3 gallon of hot water in the jug with a little soap, throw the chain in, put the lid on, and shake the hell out of it. Then let it sit for 10 minutes or so and repeat. I do this a few times while working on the bike doing other stuff, and after a few repetitions the chain is clean and just needs a drying wiepdown and lube.

    One tip: if you are ever in a bind and don't have any soap for washing your car, DO NOT use dishwashing detergent. It strips all of the wax and leaves a nice, flat, dull finish. True story. Don't ask me how I know.


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    No regrets !!

    I just got my goblin in recently and have 2 rides in.
    it is awesome ! I love it!
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    different tires, short stem, wider bars on the way to adapt perfectly to my tastes.

    Im stoked.

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    Is that a 22"?

    What tires, stem and bars?

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    New Airborne Goblin

    That looks like an 18" or maybe a 20".

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyFlyer View Post
    Love the shot! Stealing..............er.............borrowing it for our facebook page!

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    Nice...go ahead and steal. I like the facebook page! I get a lot of questions about the bike down here...we might be the only two so far. Everyone freaks out when I tell them the price of the bike.

    +1 on the dishwasher soap. Works great for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmw View Post
    I weigh 155 pounds, also yes I have a shock pump
    I weigh 158 and have the PSI at 95. It I lower it anymore it bottoms out. I keep the rebound pretty slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomiclab View Post
    I just got my goblin in recently and have 2 rides in.
    it is awesome ! I love it!
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    different tires, short stem, wider bars on the way to adapt perfectly to my tastes.

    Im stoked.
    IT IS A 20" frame. I could go a little smaller, but it REALLY is a great fit for over all size to me.

    I am 6'2" with a measured 35" inseam, I I come from a BMX background, so with a shorter stem this bike is very agile

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    Hi Jeremy, I have another friend that is interested in a Goblin. He's got a 34" inseam 5'10". Do you think the 20 is fine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    Hi Jeremy, I have another friend that is interested in a Goblin. He's got a 34" inseam 5'10". Do you think the 20 is fine?
    Hmmmm.

    My gut tells me that he'd be better on the 18", unless he has really long arms. At 5'10" and a 34" inseam, he has a longer inseam than average for his height which means he has a shorter torso than average. A 20" may be too long for him in regards to reach/ETT unless he has super long arms, even though he can easily stand over it.

    So I'm leaning toward the 18" for him, and he *may* need to end up buying a longer seat-post as the 350mm may not be long enough for him to get proper leg extension.....a 400mm may be in order.

    You can have him call us and we can work with him over the phone to verify everything. Thanks!

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    Just got the 9er Carbon Flat Bar. Is the torque wrench and paste really necessary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    Just got the 9er Carbon Flat Bar. Is the torque wrench and paste really necessary?
    I use the paste that way its not to dry on the carbon and id use a torque wrench on carbon! If it were anything else id say just make sure its snug. My carbon cock pit made noise until I used the paste!

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    Looking to upgrade to Black Flag Pro or Expert, knowing that the Experts are 170 grams heavier. Either set will be lighter/stiffer than current.

    Inclined towards the Experts and saving about $125.

    Does anyone have thoughts about the Pros being better enough to justify more money besides weight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffharris1us View Post
    Looking to upgrade to Black Flag Pro or Expert, knowing that the Experts are 170 grams heavier. Either set will be lighter/stiffer than current.

    Inclined towards the Experts and saving about $125.

    Does anyone have thoughts about the Pros being better enough to justify more money besides weight?
    I have the pros on my hobgoblin xo and I am really impressed with them not to mention running them tubeless has been sweet. Very strong rim as I'm running over a lot of roots here in Florida. Also I weigh 225lbs so with that being said I think they are killer as I give them a good beating each time I am out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch1171 View Post
    I use the paste that way its not to dry on the carbon and id use a torque wrench on carbon! If it were anything else id say just make sure its snug. My carbon cock pit made noise until I used the paste!
    OK...ordered the paste and will go look for a cheap torque wrench at Sears or Home Depot

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffharris1us View Post
    Looking to upgrade to Black Flag Pro or Expert, knowing that the Experts are 170 grams heavier. Either set will be lighter/stiffer than current.

    Inclined towards the Experts and saving about $125.

    Does anyone have thoughts about the Pros being better enough to justify more money besides weight?
    I'm looking at the experts and comps as well for my goblin. Also looking at other wheel sets in that price range. It is a little overwhelming with ask the options.

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    The thing I keep coming back to the Black Flags about is the ability to run front QR or 15mm or 20mm.

    Plus, they look to be a good value weight to price wise.

    I think I am going to go with the Experts. The extra weight is not that big a deal to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    OK...ordered the paste and will go look for a cheap torque wrench at Sears or Home Depot
    Don't forget Harbor Freight... They have cheap torque wrenches with lifetime warrenty.

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    Harbor Freight is a great place to pick up tools like torque wrenches, micrometers, etc.

    Definitely use a torque wrench. I cracked a carbon seatpost last year on my own bike just going by feel. I own a torque wrench and usually use it, but I didn't have it handy and went on feel. My "feel" was off by 2 Nm which was enough to overtighten and crack the post.

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    I have a Harbor Freight right by the office...any idea of what PN is the cheapest of the decent torque wrenches?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    I have a Harbor Freight right by the office...any idea of what PN is the cheapest of the decent torque wrenches?
    Go to their website and sign up for their mailing list. You'll get a ton of coupons. I think they only have one torque wrench per size.

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    Does anyone know how tight I have to tighten this bar?
    Niner Flat Top Carbon Handlebar 2012 > Components > Handlebars and Stems > Handlebars | Jenson USA Online Bike Shop
    I can't find the spec anywhere.

    thanks for the help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jem7sk View Post
    Don't forget Harbor Freight... They have cheap torque wrenches with lifetime warrenty.
    This was the best $20 spent on bikestuff over last few weeks.

    Highly recommend it

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    Quote Originally Posted by drjay9051 View Post
    This was the best $20 spent on bikestuff over last few weeks.

    Highly recommend it

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    Nice one! Just ordered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    Nice one! Just ordered.
    What I like is just throw in Camel Back or seatpack. I find it useful if I feel the need to adjust on a ride. Last week buddy tried my Goblin XO. No problem just change seat height and good to go.

    You may find initially that it feels like you are applying alot of torque. That is due to the very short lever arm. When you hit 5 NM you get a clearly audible click and the wrench sort of gives way. It is truly a gem of a tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drjay9051 View Post
    What I like is just throw in Camel Back or seatpack. I find it useful if I feel the need to adjust on a ride. Last week buddy tried my Goblin XO. No problem just change seat height and good to go.

    You may find initially that it feels like you are applying alot of torque. That is due to the very short lever arm. When you hit 5 NM you get a clearly audible click and the wrench sort of gives way. It is truly a gem of a tool.
    So same tightness goes for the seatpost as well? Cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drjay9051 View Post
    What I like is just throw in Camel Back or seatpack. I find it useful if I feel the need to adjust on a ride. Last week buddy tried my Goblin XO. No problem just change seat height and good to go.

    You may find initially that it feels like you are applying alot of torque. That is due to the very short lever arm. When you hit 5 NM you get a clearly audible click and the wrench sort of gives way. It is truly a gem of a tool.
    The wrench works great...I installed the bars last night during halftime. I thought I was over tightening but followed what you said and sure enough it snaps when you hit the limit. This is a great tool since there are always minute adjustments I like to make to the brake, shifters and degree of handlebar. Awesome recommendation...thanks man

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    Happy Goblin owner.. I have had my Goblin for about a month now and it has been a blast around Pittsburgh. Performs great in easy river trail, and excels in the single track outside of the city. I am 6" and have a 34 inseam so I went with the 20 and I am happy I did. The bike was a bit large out of the box, but after dialing in the seat it feels great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aguilford4 View Post
    Happy Goblin owner.. I have had my Goblin for about a month now and it has been a blast around Pittsburgh. Performs great in easy river trail, and excels in the single track outside of the city. I am 6" and have a 34 inseam so I went with the 20 and I am happy I did. The bike was a bit large out of the box, but after dialing in the seat it feels great.
    Great pic! You're now Photo of the Day on our Facebook page!

    BTW I love Pittsburg, one of my favorite cities. Always have a great time when I am there. Have you ridden the new bike park they built?

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    Happy Canada Day for all you Airborne owners in the great white north. It's a nice day to be out burning some calories before consuming some later on tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick5587 View Post
    Does anyone know how tight I have to tighten this bar?
    Niner Flat Top Carbon Handlebar 2012 > Components > Handlebars and Stems > Handlebars | Jenson USA Online Bike Shop
    I can't find the spec anywhere.

    thanks for the help!
    Id call Jenson on that they should have the specs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch1171 View Post
    Id call Jenson on that they should have the specs!
    Agreed, they should put that info on the specs, but I emailed niner bikes and ralph responded pretty quickly with the answer. 5nm

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    Hey all. Been doing A LOT of reading on the Goblin and whatever I could read on the Guardian. I've been going back and forth deciding with the bikes from LBS and after being COMPLETELY exhausting myself, I decided to go with the Goblin. I was set to buy the Scott Scale 950 but was very hesitant to putting down so much $$$. It wasn't until I experience the fluidity of SRAM shifting that was a deal breaker with Scott. I also have to give Airborne some credit, many thanks to Eric from Airborne. We chatted for almost half an hour (bikes and business as well). Anyone else in NYC with the Airborne? Never mtb'd before other than about 15 years ago when I had a cheap store branded bike that I rode it to the ground, loved that bike... but loved the mustang I moved on to even more!

    Anyways, I think I'm going to be very happy to be in this community. Just waiting for an email I sent to Airborne about the size. (Can you believe it? I spoke on the phone and didn't even think about asking about the size!) I measured myself at 5'8-1/2" today but I'm actually 5'10" when I don't slouch and 30.5 inseam (kinda measured a little lower to give my boys some room). I fit right in between the 17-18 range... but thinking if I should go with the 16". Love the tube bend on the 16". I'm 220lbs and looking definitely shed 20 lbs easily with the bike.... maybe errr... 40 lbs? What do you guys think?

    Oh... ps, the website doesn't have any info on how to become an Airborne Flight Crew. I think it would be a pleasure to represent them here in the east side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shotokan07 View Post
    Hey all. Been doing A LOT of reading on the Goblin and whatever I could read on the Guardian. I've been going back and forth deciding with the bikes from LBS and after being COMPLETELY exhausting myself, I decided to go with the Goblin. I was set to buy the Scott Scale 950 but was very hesitant to putting down so much $$$. It wasn't until I experience the fluidity of SRAM shifting that was a deal breaker with Scott. I also have to give Airborne some credit, many thanks to Eric from Airborne. We chatted for almost half an hour (bikes and business as well). Anyone else in NYC with the Airborne? Never mtb'd before other than about 15 years ago when I had a cheap store branded bike that I rode it to the ground, loved that bike... but loved the mustang I moved on to even more!

    Anyways, I think I'm going to be very happy to be in this community. Just waiting for an email I sent to Airborne about the size. (Can you believe it? I spoke on the phone and didn't even think about asking about the size!) I measured myself at 5'8-1/2" today but I'm actually 5'10" when I don't slouch and 30.5 inseam (kinda measured a little lower to give my boys some room). I fit right in between the 17-18 range... but thinking if I should go with the 16". Love the tube bend on the 16". I'm 220lbs and looking definitely shed 20 lbs easily with the bike.... maybe errr... 40 lbs? What do you guys think?

    Oh... ps, the website doesn't have any info on how to become an Airborne Flight Crew. I think it would be a pleasure to represent them here in the east side.
    You will not be disappointed in your choice of this brand. Customer service is awesome. Let me tell you when you are out on a trail and people stop you and check out your Airborne as I was this weekend and say "dang that bike has some sweet components on it" you will have the same grin I had riding off! Congrats on your choice to join a great family in Airborne and the mountain bike community! Welcome!

    Yes the lack of Airborne swag is a bit frustrating as the jerseys the employees and flight crew members are sweet! Jeremy, Eric! Lets get those suckers made so we can get this cult started! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shotokan07 View Post
    Hey all. Been doing A LOT of reading on the Goblin and whatever I could read on the Guardian. I've been going back and forth deciding with the bikes from LBS and after being COMPLETELY exhausting myself, I decided to go with the Goblin. I was set to buy the Scott Scale 950 but was very hesitant to putting down so much $$$. It wasn't until I experience the fluidity of SRAM shifting that was a deal breaker with Scott. I also have to give Airborne some credit, many thanks to Eric from Airborne. We chatted for almost half an hour (bikes and business as well). Anyone else in NYC with the Airborne? Never mtb'd before other than about 15 years ago when I had a cheap store branded bike that I rode it to the ground, loved that bike... but loved the mustang I moved on to even more!

    Anyways, I think I'm going to be very happy to be in this community. Just waiting for an email I sent to Airborne about the size. (Can you believe it? I spoke on the phone and didn't even think about asking about the size!) I measured myself at 5'8-1/2" today but I'm actually 5'10" when I don't slouch and 30.5 inseam (kinda measured a little lower to give my boys some room). I fit right in between the 17-18 range... but thinking if I should go with the 16". Love the tube bend on the 16". I'm 220lbs and looking definitely shed 20 lbs easily with the bike.... maybe errr... 40 lbs? What do you guys think?

    Oh... ps, the website doesn't have any info on how to become an Airborne Flight Crew. I think it would be a pleasure to represent them here in the east side.
    At your height I would definitely recommend the 18". The 16" will probably be too small; you would need a longer post and a 130+mm stem to dial it in.

    We have a small "Flight Crew" of a few riders that we supply product and softgoods to in exchange for them representing us in the field, testing product, and supplying images and info to us. We aren't actively seeking any additional riders. We used to do a new Flight Crew every year 12-13 riders but scaled it back last year for various reasons.

    Hope that helps!

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    Thanks Jeremy, will be making the order tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shotokan07 View Post
    Thanks Jeremy, will be making the order tomorrow.
    You're welcome!~

    FYI Goblins just landed in the port today and we hope to be shipping them out by the end of the week. Once we have more concrete info we will update our website, thanks!

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    What about the guardians? Just curious to see the new paint job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shotokan07 View Post
    What about the guardians? Just curious to see the new paint job.
    Guardians will be the first week in August now. We had a little delay on a few parts. We should have the site up and running for pre-orders before the end of this week.

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    Hello,

    I am currently in the market for a new hardtail and the Goblin is a solid pick at the price. My only questions are regarding size.

    I am 5'9" with a 29" inseam. My last bike was an 2011 18" Kona Fire Mountain. What size Goblin would you recommend that I buy?

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    Goblin Headset Noise

    I've assembled my Goblin X0 and taken it for a few 12 mile rides on dirt roads. Everything is perfect except that the headset makes noise.

    The bike arrived with the headset installed.

    Is this something that will disappear after a few more miles? If not, how do I address it? I don't think cartridge headsets need lubrication.

    Craig

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    Are you sure it's the headset and not the fork? My fork made noise for the first 50+ miles, now it is silent.

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    Just bought the Goblin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevor_b View Post
    Are you sure it's the headset and not the fork? My fork made noise for the first 50+ miles, now it is silent.
    It squeals if you lift the front wheel and turn the handlebars. However, it does not make noise at the start of a ride. You need to ride a few hundred feet. My weight on the handlebars does something which it recovers from while sitting overnight in the garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorchedearth View Post
    Hello,

    I am currently in the market for a new hardtail and the Goblin is a solid pick at the price. My only questions are regarding size.

    I am 5'9" with a 29" inseam. My last bike was an 2011 18" Kona Fire Mountain. What size Goblin would you recommend that I buy?

    Thanks.
    Your height would tell me 18 but your inseam doesn't seem right for your height. Can you double check that? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clund View Post
    It squeals if you lift the front wheel and turn the handlebars. However, it does not make noise at the start of a ride. You need to ride a few hundred feet. My weight on the handlebars does something which it recovers from while sitting overnight in the garage.
    It sounds to me like the headset may not be tight. Is there any lateral play in it when you rock the bike back and forth with the front brakes applied?

    If you haven't already, give Eric a call to work thru it. 800-888-BIKE.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyFlyer View Post
    Your height would tell me 18 but your inseam doesn't seem right for your height. Can you double check that? Thanks!

    Jeremy
    Jeremy,

    The inseam is indeed correct. Every time I've bought pants with a 30" inseam, I've had to have them hemmed.
    Perhaps my inseam is 28.5" or so.
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    Joining the party... Just ordered a Goblin today. I have been researching everything in the $1000-$1500 range, and really wanting to stay on the lower end of that. There just isn't anything that compares to the Goblin that I have seen at this price. Thought about waiting for the Seeker but the Reba/X7 was too good to pass up. Truth is it is probably more than I need, but getting so much means less to upgrade/replace in the long run. I have had my Cannondale road bike for 16 years, so I tend to keep them a while .

    Sucks that I will be out of town all week next week, doubting it will show up on Friday. Gives me some time to figure out pedals and shoes I guess though. If it does happen to show up I will just go get something local. I have enjoyed reading this thread and seeing what people have done with theirs, looking forward to the build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorchedearth View Post
    Jeremy,

    The inseam is indeed correct. Every time I've bought pants with a 30" inseam, I've had to have them hemmed.
    Perhaps my inseam is 28.5" or so.
    Sorry, I should have probably been more exact. Can you *measure* your actual inseam? Crotch to floor, standing in socks. Put a book between your legs like its a saddle, then measure from the top of it to the floor. It helps to have someone help you; its hard to do on your own.

    Thanks!

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    Good call..it is a great bike...enjoy the ride

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    FYI, for all of you who have been waiting, the latest batch of Goblins are in the warehouse as of yesterday and we shipped a bunch out yesterday!

    We'll be shipping out back-orders over the next couple of days. So if you didn't get a tracking# from us this morning you should get one in the next few days, thanks!

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    The new Airborne Guardian is up on the website. The colors are SEXY! <textarea id="adlesse_unifier_magic_element_id" style="display:none;"></textarea>

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    With new colors on the Gaurdian and introduction of the Seeker, will the Goblin receive a makeover soon?

    I just think the Seeker looks SO good.

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    I'm going to buy two of the Goblin frames and use some spare parts I have to build bikes for my son and his girlfriend. I'm sure I'm going to need new front derailers and need to know what the specs are (clamp dia., top swing, etc.). One bike will be all slx 10sp triple with a RS recon gold fork and the other one will be XT 9sp triple with a Fox F29 fork so they should end up with some pretty nice starter bikes. I'm pretty excited and if they get bit by the cycling bug it will make birthday/Christmas shopping for them much easier/more fun for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drivera View Post
    With new colors on the Gaurdian and introduction of the Seeker, will the Goblin receive a makeover soon?
    The Goblin has been in its current livery since Octoberish/Novemberish. We tend to refresh colors/models every 16-18 months or so. The Goblin won't be changing colors anytime real soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by drivera View Post
    I just think the Seeker looks SO good.
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRMOLE View Post
    I'm going to buy two of the Goblin frames and use some spare parts I have to build bikes for my son and his girlfriend. I'm sure I'm going to need new front derailers and need to know what the specs are (clamp dia., top swing, etc.). One bike will be all slx 10sp triple with a RS recon gold fork and the other one will be XT 9sp triple with a Fox F29 fork so they should end up with some pretty nice starter bikes. I'm pretty excited and if they get bit by the cycling bug it will make birthday/Christmas shopping for them much easier/more fun for me.
    Mole
    It's the same as the seatpost clamp: 31.8mm. It's a top pull.

    Airborne Bicycles. Goblin Frameset

    Let me know if you have any other questions, thanks!

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    Hey Jeremy, regarding the photos on the website, is the stem flipped on the bikes (negative "rise")?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevor_b View Post
    Hey Jeremy, regarding the photos on the website, is the stem flipped on the bikes (negative "rise")?


    Hey Trevor,

    Yes, that's correct.

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