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    New goodies for my mission one!

    Just got done installing my new Hammerschmidt crank and sun Ringle zuzu pedals! It sure is one gnarly setup, can't wait to ride it

    Mods so far:
    Easton Haven Bars
    Easton Haven Stem
    Renthal medium compound grips
    Hammerschmidt AM Crank
    Sun Ringle Zuzu pedals


    Now I just need a new wheelset!
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    How's she ride?

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    Just a question, but aren't you supposed to clamp it using the seatpost in a work stand?


    Nice ride though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ak_cowboy View Post
    How's she ride?
    Bike rides amazing. Really like the extra clearance and instant shifting with the HS. Also, going from the stock 685mm width bars to the 720mm Havens made a big difference with bike control.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pakpal73 View Post
    Just a question, but aren't you supposed to clamp it using the seatpost in a work stand?


    Nice ride though.
    There's several areas on the bike that are acceptable for clamping. 1. Seat Post 2. Top tube 3. Seat Tube. I just find it easier going with the top tube.

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    Looks really nice man!! One thing you really want to run a short cage derailleur on that, it will shift so much better than it does now! trust me, I run both my bikes 1xs and short cage is the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidNeiles View Post
    Looks really nice man!! One thing you really want to run a short cage derailleur on that, it will shift so much better than it does now! trust me, I run both my bikes 1xs and short cage is the way.
    Thanks man! Thats next on my list of things to buy, I'll probably just pickup another 9 speed x7 (short cage) and a shiny new chain.

    Im getting too agressive with this setup, I think I already blew the oil seal on the rear shock.

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    iRace- its pretty, really like it. Good work on it.

    I have plans to strip my frame during the winter and go with a raw finish and send the RP23 to push for servicing and tuning. Yeah I blew the oil seal too I think.

    Also been looking at the Hammerschmidt as a springtime upgrade- go with the AM 22t set up and then drop my cassette to an 11-32 instead of my 1x9 set up which runs 28 x 12-36, and grab at least a med cage if I cant find a short cage.

    Been some pretty good reviews on the hammerschmidt- what do you think so far?

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