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  1. #6551
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    Got all this stuff yesterday to finally go tubeless. Thanks for the push MTBR.
    Much simpler job than I expected. Maybe 45 minutes to remove the tubes and install the new parts.
    The link breaker pliers were in the same shipment, they'll come in handy. If they were lighter I'd probably even carry them in my pack.

    Edited to add: The Giant Control Tower 2 works great. Can't believe I've lived this long without a HV pump...
    Now I need to figure out how to mount it on my Superlight.


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    Post a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]

    These

    Plus these

    And this

    Equals

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    Elite bottle cage

    in line
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    Had the helmet for awhile, but the slick GoPro mount that Vancbiker (Kevin) sold me, and the new S12 Two Xeccon light are both new. Thought I'd share. For those who have this helmet, this mount is really nice. He's got some metal ones he's working on with some heat displacement fins on them that should be even better.

    No more taking the GoPro mount off, and putting on the modified head strap mount! Sweeeet!

    The light is great, and thanks Leonard at Mtbrevolution for your help!

    I never thought I'd wear a full face, but after you see and hear about people losing their chicklets on routine OTB get offs, it starts to make a lot more sense.

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    From my wife for my birthday yesterday.

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    Maxxis Ardent in Front
    Maxxis Ikon in Rear
    KMC Chain



    '14 Demo 8 II
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    ^^ You're gonna like those ^^
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    Re: Post a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]

    Nothing quite as flashy here ^^

    But very useful now trails are a bit icky...

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    Did this:

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    What did you do to mini-taco that wheel? Ouch! That's a weird pattern almost like it was run over by a car instead of in riding action. I like the upgrade though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWAtrailyguy View Post
    What did you do to mini-taco that wheel? Ouch! That's a weird pattern almost like it was run over by a car instead of in riding action. I like the upgrade though...
    Bad landing technique. I landed rear tire first and brought the front tire down well off camber. I blew the air out of the tire and the rim met the dirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boridian View Post
    Bad landing technique. I landed rear tire first and brought the front tire down well off camber. I blew the air out of the tire and the rim met the dirt.
    I hope your face didn't hit the dirt too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boridian View Post
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    It isn't surprising that you tacoed the front wheel. Low end Bontrager wheels aren't known to be strong.
    Congrats on the new wheel!

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    Post a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]-image.jpg

    New grippy pedals.

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    Re: Post a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]

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    New grippy pedals.
    Holy crap!! Those things are wide ^^

    Careful you don't get a leg caught in there!

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    Yeah I don't like how small the straitline amp are.

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    Cassette lockring

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    Commencal Meta V4 AM Size S
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    Velomann Bike Star

    It's my birthday soon and my dad agreed to give me the money for a workstand as a gift. €57 incl. shipping, it should be here till the end of the week:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Livewire88 View Post
    Attachment 963136

    Just waiting for them to arrive in the post!!

    Did you received it now? How they ride? Do you like them?

    I'm seriously thinking to order a set to install on my 2k15 tallboy C

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    I'm anxious to try them out!

    Canfield Brothers - Crampon Ultimate Pedals
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    Gonna try one of these out
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    going for a ride today...i'll probably want to eat a little something...
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    Quote Originally Posted by beecrazy View Post
    Gonna try one of these out
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    Mount it on a bare hub with a cassette and saw wood while on a trainer....

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    New Octane One 3" Riser Bars for my Dirt Jumper

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    Quote Originally Posted by azorr View Post
    New Octane One 3" Riser Bars for my Dirt Jumper

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    Man, you put 'em on crooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWAtrailyguy View Post
    Man, you put 'em on crooked.
    Looks like it in the picture at least

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    Quote Originally Posted by azorr View Post
    Looks like it in the picture at least
    Nothing a little head tilt to the right can't fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWAtrailyguy View Post
    Nothing a little head tilt to the right can't fix.
    That's the spirit, can do attitude!

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    It's that time of year

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    Quote Originally Posted by mestapho View Post
    It's that time of year
    That looks like a really solid purchase. I need to get some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by targnik View Post
    Nothing quite as flashy here ^^

    But very useful now trails are a bit icky...

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    Worked ok on yesterday's ride... could hear stones pinging off guard.

    However when I got to a damp forestry road I ended up getting sprayed in the eyes!?

    Have flipped i.e. reversed the guard. Due to the guard flanges - you can't put guard too close to headset or the fork crown will touch when in tight switchbacks...

    Will test it out in reverse mode tomorrow... just need a damp spot or two to see if direction makes a difference ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by mestapho View Post
    It's that time of year
    I wonder if they sell it in 55 gallon drums...

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    Quote Originally Posted by targnik View Post
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    However when I got to a damp forestry road I ended up getting sprayed in the eyes!?
    ...
    Try a fork arch mounted fender. I think Mucky Nutz is the original. Basically eliminated fireroad face spray for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerebroside View Post
    Try a fork arch mounted fender. I think Mucky Nutz is the original. Basically eliminated fireroad face spray for me.
    Would have tried a fork mounted guard (one that fits under bridge) but with the tires I run up front I will definitely have clearance issues (Conti TK 2.4 Protection or Hans Dampf 2.35).

    Am hoping the directional switch will be better... it'll be better than not having it ^^

    Which for 2 inches from fork back down bottom tubing is basically what I had running device as intended

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    Sorry for the messy indoor pics, just picked her up last night, and can't wait to get out and get familiar.



    Living in the moment is always better on two wheels.

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    Baby gots new shoes.
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    Trailwrecker at large

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    Quote Originally Posted by beecrazy View Post
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    I've been running one up front for years. It keeps the hikers at bay.
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    "Am I a mountain biker?" I determined that I was a "Plains Biker" since there are no mountains here where I live now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lubes17319 View Post
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    You ride a tricycle?

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    Put a lowered 36 on the DJ


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    some parts for the new build (Evil The Following)

    160mm 51mm offset Pike (will be lowered to 130mm)


    KS LEV Ti 30.9 125mm (new) and Chris King front hub (used)


    Chris King rear hub

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    That "used" hub sure looks brand new!
    Yeti SB-66 Carbon

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    My new Scott Scale. Just gorgeous.Post a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]-bloop.jpg

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    rear is new, the front is used, but other than the spoke marks, looks/feels brand new.
    can't wait to get the wheelset built up.

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    What's This... new bike?

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    33 lbs. Flat.

    Ready to seek and destroy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antikid View Post
    some parts for the new build (Evil The Following)

    160mm 51mm offset Pike (will be lowered to 130mm)


    KS LEV Ti 30.9 125mm (new) and Chris King front hub (used)


    Chris King rear hub
    You dropped some coin!! Nice upgrades!!!!

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    flow ex 32h
    dt swiss 350 15mm x 100
    dt swiss competition double butted spokes
    dt swiss black brass nipples

    shout out to universal cycles , those guys are first class all the way.

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    Got a sexy Wolf Tooth 1x set up!



    Live to Fish, now Love to Ride

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    NIce!!^^
    DOes Big Big "feel" like 22T +36T ?

    RIDE!!!!!!!!!
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    Waiting on a Monarch+ Debonair

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    Quote Originally Posted by mestapho View Post
    Waiting on a Monarch+ Debonair
    Same waiting for my debonair from hibike

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