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    Quote Originally Posted by waldog View Post
    Hey mate

    So, silly question.

    Were you able to find hardware that was the exact size down to the first decimal point?

    For the life of me, the closest i can find is 19mm and 42mm.

    Cheers.
    I wouldn't worry about it too much. 19mm and 42mm will be fine. Think of how small .1 and .2mm is.

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    Hi Guys,

    I just got a 2014 Dixon last week, and have been shredding every day since. I'm going to post my review soon, but had a question about sag first.

    Are you guys running 25% or 30% sag on this bike?

    I was running 30 the first few days, then emailed Devinci to ask what there recommendation was. They told me 20-25%.

    I rode it today at 25, and wow it's a rocket at that setting. It doesn't feel as settled entering corners, but it rockets out of them. I've never had a bike with such good mid-stroke support that I can pedal so easily out of berms.

    I like the tune on the Float X, I think they nailed it. Sadly, it came with air in the damper out of the box. Dammit Fox! Seems like it is leaking a little damper fluid from the ctd lever, though this could just be residual from assembly. Probably going to warranty and sell, getting the 2014 RC3+, which I know shreds.

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    Congrats! The Dixon is realy good bike! And I'm not a fox fan... Go with the Rock shox monarch rc3+!

    A vivid air could be cool to!

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    anyone who has swapped out their fox shock, looking to do a monarch+ , my question is can you use the same mounting hardware/spacers?

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    You can't use Rockshox bushings with the spacers that came with Fox Igus bushings, they will be too thin.

    If you have the older pre-Igus Fox, you should be good. You can also swap the entire 5 piece Fox Igus assembly to the Rockshox product, which is working fine for me.

    Bolts and reducers should be compatible across all systems.

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    Anyone know what the headset size is for a 2012 Dixon? ZS44/28.6 Top and ZS56/40 Bottom?

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    Re: devinci dixon

    Zs56/zs44

    Sent from my GT-N5120 using Tapatalk 2

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    Thanks petercarm

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    I have a 2011 Dixon. I had a 150 revelation on it but now that fork is gone. I can get a vanilla 36 160 for a good deal. From what I've read, that should give me a hta of 65.9 and a higher bb. Does anyone have some feed back from going to a 150 to a 160? Is the handling affected by the higher bb? If I switch the chip around in the back, will that give me a hta and bb height close to my original set up?

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    Dont buy one!!! mine snapped on the chain-stay - weak as a Kitten! no warranty support from Freeborn or Devinci direct, just the offer of a 240 replacement part Not Happy!!!

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    Re: devinci dixon

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr-McNamara View Post
    Dont buy one!!! mine snapped on the chain-stay - weak as a Kitten! no warranty support from Freeborn or Devinci direct, just the offer of a 240 replacement part Not Happy!!!
    Where on the chainstay?

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    Best bike ever made!!!

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    I have been looking at one of these for some time now and was wondering what people think of theirs.

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    I have no words to describe the joy I get when I throw a leg over mine!

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    Yeah i'm looking at the Dixon Rs

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    Re: devinci dixon

    Quote Originally Posted by DOCRIGID View Post
    I have no words to describe the joy I get when I throw a leg over mine!
    Looking at the bikes and the companies mission statement really shows the worth of the product. So it's good to hear positive feedback from actual owners.

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    Great all around bike. I've had mine for a year an a half. Couldn't be happier with the Dixon.

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    I've had my Dixon carbon for a year now. This thing corners, accelerates, and pops like no other. It is the most playful bike I've ridden. That being said, the latest crop of trail bikes are longer and lower than the Dixon, giving them the stability and plow advantage. It's all personal preference, of course.

    All the pivots and hardware are robust, and idiot proof, a simple design that works.

    A note on shocks. I've tried a couple with this frame. There is a ton of mid-stroke support and progressiveness built into the bike. Thus, shock tune and air can volume are key. You want the most linear, largest air can, shock you can find. The air can of the float x was too small, creating instability at speed. I switched to a XV solo air Monarch RC3, and that shock is the ticket. It looks like the RS comes with a Monarch+, so I think you're golden. I bet a DBair would also pair nicely, though I haven't tried it. I tried the Debonair upgrade on the monarch, as well, and while it increased traction, it provided more than necessary mid-stroke support leading to instability.

    Take care.

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    I've had mine for 2 months, and I love it. It climbs better than anything else I've ridden & it descends just as well. I am cleaning sections of trail, up & down, that I was never able to before. I rode at the local bike park, Stevens Pass, & was riding black diamond trails on it. The frame is super stiff and super responsive. I love this bike!

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    Awesome feedback, it's great to hear the input on this bike.

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    Love my Dixon RC Carbon, but unfortunately I have to sell it. Medium frame. Bought it brand new from a dealer at the beginning of the year. It's in excellent condition. First $2500 or best offer gets it.
    PM me with any questions. I have a ton of pics but couldnt upload them.

    Here is the craigslist post w pics.

    *PRICE DROP* 2013 Devinci Dixon Carbon RC

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    My Dixon with Derby rims!

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    The Dixon RS looks like a great deal since their website lists it at $2,450 Canadian (DEVINCI) especially considering the aluminum frame is made in Canada and cheaper than the Spartan.

    Wondering if Devinci has plans on keeping the Dixon for 2016 since the Dixon RS and frame seem to be abnormally low. I am tempted to pick up a Dixon RS, but need to demo it first :-)

    Frame only (aluminum):
    Dixon: $1600 CAD
    Spartan: $2400 CAD
    Troy: $2000 CAD

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