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    Litespeed Niota Ti

    Hi,

    I have Niota Ti and I would like in what is the length of her an amortisseur??

    My Niota date of 2004 which Fox AVA Pro-Pedal. I would soon like to replace this amortisseur with a Fox RP 23. However I ignore the length of my actual amortisseur.


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    200mm eye-to-eye with a 50mm stroke.
    By the way, we generally use the term "rear-shock" in anglo-american countries.
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    Mark
    "Carpe diem, quam minimun credula postero"- Seize the day, trust as little as possible in tomorrow.(Horace)

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    Thank you for your answer.

    Grieved for inaproprié term, I utilse one Internet translation and I am french !!

    I know that the rear-shock is in 200 mm of entraxe but is needed a rear-shock of dimensions 7.825 X 2.0 or 7.875 X 2.25 for this Mtb ?????
    Ride-Air from Paris, France

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    7.825 x 2.0 is the correct imperial measurement.
    "Carpe diem, quam minimun credula postero"- Seize the day, trust as little as possible in tomorrow.(Horace)

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    Thank You
    Ride-Air from Paris, France

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    My Bike :

    Ride-Air from Paris, France

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    Nice bike - cêst fantastic!

    Have fun

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    Whom cosimple percentage the couples of clamping to apply to the points of spindle put in colour on the photograph???






    Thank you.
    Ride-Air from Paris, France

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    DTC

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    Beautiful bike, but I'm wondering if the frame is perhaps too small because the saddle is very extended?
    "Carpe diem, quam minimun credula postero"- Seize the day, trust as little as possible in tomorrow.(Horace)

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    The size of the frame is L and I measure 1,82 m.

    The position on the bike admits me.

    Photographs of news configuation ( just miss the pedals which are on my other bike
    ) Fox RP23, Sram XO 08, Crankset XTR 08, handlebar Easton Monkey lite sl....:









    Ride-Air from Paris, France

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    Hi Tocata, you speek english like a spanish cow but your bike is nice.

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    Hi Supman

    Cow Spanish you even
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    Yéti is better

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    How light that baby? Any chance you might have weighed it, Tocata?
    Quote Originally Posted by jcatienza
    There was no need to scare potential buyers and burn bridges "buddy"
    Tell me now, what's Product testing all bout then?

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    11,4 kgs with pedals Time XS titan-carbon, fork Fox XTT 130 mm and 127 mm CLR travels.
    Ride-Air from Paris, France

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    My 2008 Niota comes tomorrow. YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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    Hi tocata,
    What are you doing in burger country ?
    Is there a game to earn a welded post

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    Bringin' this back from the dead.... Has anyone tried a 7.875x2.25 shock on a Niota, I'm wondering if things will interfere with .25" more shock stroke.
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