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  1. #76
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    I'd say you are right.

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    Those are extra cable finishing ends in case you want to shorten your cables to a length other than supplied, thanks.
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    Got my Goblin today. It was packed really well and arrived in perfect shape other than a small nick in the frame. There will be a lot more to go with that I'm sure so no big deal. I had to fiddle with the brakes quite a bit as I was getting some rubbing even after following the adjustment procedure in the Avid manual. I ended up adjusting by sound- spinning the tire, listening for rub, moving the top or bottom of the brake, etc. It took awhile but I finally have some quiet brakes. Other than that, not much to speak of. I put a bit of electrical tape on the cables to prevent scuffs on my fork. Speaking of the fork, is the lockout hard or soft (not sure if that's the correct terminology)? When locked, I still had some rebound, just not as much as when unlocked. Hopefully it will warm up here in the next few days and melt the snow we got over the weekend so I can hit the trails.

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    Out of the box Assembly

    It will still give just a bit. Only about 10 mm would be my guess.

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    Out of the box assembly was a breeze on the sabre, all the derailleurs and brakes were set up well enough that they didn't need any adjustment at all..

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