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    Thanks again! I took a new measure today, and the widest point is at 33cm, wich means even more space, so I guess it will work

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    Any new info about it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tor View Post
    Thanks again! I took a new measure today, and the widest point is at 33cm, wich means even more space, so I guess it will work

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    Fun bike!!!

    Saving up for a better fork and wheelset.




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    Changed the wheelset to hope+wtb
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    Loads of fun



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    45650b

    AWESOME BIKE! Fast! Nimble!
    Small frame
    RS Revelation @130mm travel
    KS dropper post
    Renthal 50mm stem
    Shimano XT 1x11 speed drivetrain
    Stans EX Arch
    WTB Vigilante(2.3 F) Trailboss (2.25R)
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    is the rear hanger / dropout part of the frame? in case of braking it can it be repaired?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandaopj View Post
    is the rear hanger / dropout part of the frame? in case of braking it can it be repaired?

    Yes it's part of the frame, not a separate hanger. It's a steel frame so the mech is likely to break before it does. If it was damaged you could look into welding it, but the frames are so cheap to replace anyway

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    Steel is far less brittle than say aluminum, so when you snag the dérailleur, the hanger bends. You can usually bend it back, but the alignment has to be perfect. If you can't swing it then find a local frame builder to help you.

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    thanks for the replies.

    how well does the raw goes trough the years?
    Does it need some special attention?

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    does the stickers come off easily of the raw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandaopj View Post
    does the stickers come off easily of the raw?
    I think the stickers are under the clear. That don't look easy to remove on mine.

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    They are under the clear... you have to first remove the clear to get at the stickers. I was doing mine- lots of sanding.

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    Anybody running 1x11 have issues backpedaling in the largest cog? I want to know if the chainstays are too short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honda Guy View Post
    Anybody running 1x11 have issues backpedaling in the largest cog? I want to know if the chainstays are too short.
    I am running 1x10 with a 42 tooth cog, and once I got my chainline right, I can backpedal all day. I would think 1x11 would be the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honda Guy View Post
    Anybody running 1x11 have issues backpedaling in the largest cog? I want to know if the chainstays are too short.
    There is no reason to think a "short" chainstay would cause that, the differences in lengths of CS among bikes is fairly minimal, even between wheelsizes. The issue of the chain skipping down the cog is fairly common, and has a lot more to do with chainline. Bring your cranks inboard if possible. Otherwise, just don't backpedal while in the lowest gear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by max_lombardy View Post
    There is no reason to think a "short" chainstay would cause that
    A short chainstay length will make the angles slightly more significant. But unless there's a several inch difference in chainstay length, it won't be enough of a difference to matter between any 2 bikes.

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    genius
    all of ya'll
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    it's like reading a family circle cartoon...and twice as mind-bending

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