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    Shorter stem. New stem spacers new handle bars new pedals. Brake lines will change eventually.


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    Out for delivery right now...

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    Hopefully I'll be back, editing this with my own picture as soon as I get off of work in a few hours. I keep refreshing the tracking page and it's going to be hard not to leave early once it's delivered so I can hurry up and begin installing it and try it out.

    Edit:

    Finally arrived and installed. I take it for a ride tomorrow morning, took the day off work to try it in the hills. Around the neighborhood the 9t makes a huge difference in too end. No doubt there's considerably more top end than with the X01 and 32 up front.

    The 44t rear made a nice difference and combined with losing two teeth up front it feels like a true bailout gear, something I would rarely use even on the hilly trails around here and that's what I wanted. I feel that in order to get a substantially lower low gear, the front chainring tooth reduction should be a part of the package. The 9t more than makes up for it.

    Shifting is is better than the X01 and I have to adjust my shifting style to suit this cassette. All around just awesome.

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    i hope that this was one of those small things that will make the 'cross bike feel better:
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    Impulse buy today but sort of needed. Today was my first day of riding actual trails in 2 months so the cassette, 48mm stem (down from 70mm), my goggles, and my first pair of 510s were on their maiden voyage.

    I noticed that the bars felt narrow after going to the shorter stem and planned on getting a wider bar one day. I made the mistake of going into the local huge bike shop with every imaginable part in stock right after my ride and with two unused gift cards from Christmas/birthday. I saw the Bontrager Rhythmn Pro Carbon bar. It's a full 820mm wide so I will probably cut it but I'm going to ride it for a little while first. The stiffness is noticeable as its light but not that light for a carbon bar. It is a little lighter than my stock 730mm bar. It's just what I wanted because it's an AM/DH bar.

    Anyway I thought the price on the package was $69 so I thought it was a great deal. I didn't see the $169. I was already there so I got it anyway. I talk too much so here's the pics.

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    My Cobia is feeling a bit surly...and svelte, at 24.9lbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenM View Post
    My Cobia is feeling a bit surly...and svelte, at 24.9lbs.
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    oh well...
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    Well, they say it's the thought that counts. Thank you very much!
    The LBS also gave me a pull-off stem just like my stock one, but in between that and the one I've decided is a bit too short.
    Just got done mounting that up, so it'll be like trying a whole new bike tomorrow

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    'Cept the stem is back to being white for the moment...

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    WTB 2.4 Trail Boss got for 29 bucks too

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    And picked up a backpack. This one is for clothes, shoes, food, etc....
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    Love the quality and design of Osprey!! Awesome

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    Burt, you'll need a high quality pack to lug that pipe wrench around. You must have some gnarly wrecks if you have to carry a tool like that!

    Great deal on the tire.

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    cheap ($18.99 via ebay) chinese "5000 lumen" solar storm 5000 cree U2.

    we will see how long this thing lasts. my first cheap cree light lasted just over a year and my second is still working although the connector can be a little recalcitrant.

    the thing is BRIGHT and i don't care if it's only 1500 or 2000 lumens rather than 5000. i'm also pretty stoked on how small it is.

    in san francisco, you can tape dead batteries to the top of your recycling bin so when this one dies, i'll just find another.
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    ^^^ Hey Shekky, nice pick up . . . just don't leave it charging unattended (I'm serious).
    Alcohol may lead nowhere, but it sure is the scenic route!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 007 View Post
    ^^^ Hey Shekky, nice pick up . . . just don't leave it charging unattended (I'm serious).
    oh, i've heard about that. some dude damn near burned his house down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 007 View Post
    ^^^ Hey Shekky, nice pick up . . . just don't leave it charging unattended (I'm serious).
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    I bought more of 18650 batteries for my bike flashlight.
    My flashlight is good. It's jetbeam br10gt
    Pros
    - small
    - very bright. you can watch when I use on my trip here for example.
    - easy to unmount
    - easy to change batteries, bring many you want or find new one
    - brightest mode can take 2 hrs

    Cons
    - not as bright as big flashlight with external battery

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    new bar tape for the 'cross...five years after i got it. wrapped it right over the red stock tape. hopefully, that'll make riding this bike on dirt a wee bit more comfortable.
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    YIKERS!
    Did his insurance cover him for a better light setup?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    YIKERS!
    Did his insurance cover him for a better light setup?
    Yes I hope it was submitted to insurance as a full Lupine setup.
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    Been using the Leatt hydration pack from my dirtbike racing days and it really just doesn't have the zipper space for a phone, tube, co2, tire levers, trail snacks........all the stuff you need for weekly 30+ mile MTB rides.

    So it was time to upgrade.



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    We went a little over the top today....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    We went a little over the top today....
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    I see nothing wrong with grabbing to intense whips if they money is there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syrous44 View Post
    I see nothing wrong with grabbing to intense whips if they money is there.

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    Aye. We can't tow with my car because if we got rear ended the bikes would be worth more. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalkerfiveo View Post
    Been using the Leatt hydration pack from my dirtbike racing days and it really just doesn't have the zipper space for a phone, tube, co2, tire levers, trail snacks........all the stuff you need for weekly 30+ mile MTB rides.

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    that's a really nice looking pack. if my umnpteen year old mule ever dies, i'll definitely be checking out the new ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuickGN View Post
    Out for delivery right now...

    Hopefully I'll be back, editing this with my own picture as soon as I get off of work in a few hours. I keep refreshing the tracking page and it's going to be hard not to leave early once it's delivered so I can hurry up and begin installing it and try it out.

    Edit:

    Finally arrived and installed. I take it for a ride tomorrow morning, took the day off work to try it in the hills. Around the neighborhood the 9t makes a huge difference in too end. No doubt there's considerably more top end than with the X01 and 32 up front.

    The 44t rear made a nice difference and combined with losing two teeth up front it feels like a true bailout gear, something I would rarely use even on the hilly trails around here and that's what I wanted. I feel that in order to get a substantially lower low gear, the front chainring tooth reduction should be a part of the package. The 9t more than makes up for it.

    Shifting is is better than the X01 and I have to adjust my shifting style to suit this cassette. All around just awesome.
    Have you done any more rides on the cassette? It seems like it's too good to be true except for the price I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    that's a really nice looking pack. if my umnpteen year old mule ever dies, i'll definitely be checking out the new ones.
    I have all my tools, tube and trail snacks as well as spare gloves and socks. There's still space for more stuff like shedding layers in the winter when it gets too warm. I think I'll really like it.
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    Some Pearl Izumi Pro lobster gloves! Used gift cards from Christmas, total out of pocket $5! 😏✌❤

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    ^^^Will be interested to see this thing installed and hear a ride report. Never heard of such a thing until now. Their website leaves a lot to be desired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 007 View Post
    ^^^Will be interested to see this thing installed and hear a ride report. Never heard of such a thing until now. Their website leaves a lot to be desired.
    You are right, not much info online about these little units. I have a couple coworkers that swear by them, enough to convince me to give it a try anyway. I'm putting it on a new build, so it will be a few weeks before installing it. I'll be sure to report about it.
    There's quite a few reviews online, the common thread being people that have tried the Hopey love it, and the people who think it's "stupid" have never tried one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 007 View Post
    ^^^Will be interested to see this thing installed and hear a ride report. Never heard of such a thing until now. Their website leaves a lot to be desired.
    i've heard of them. steering dampers were quite the thing during the late nineties. here's a dirt rag review from 2000:

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    30mm Internal 29er LB Carbon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Cobb View Post
    You are right, not much info online about these little units. I have a couple coworkers that swear by them, enough to convince me to give it a try anyway. I'm putting it on a new build, so it will be a few weeks before installing it. I'll be sure to report about it.
    There's quite a few reviews online, the common thread being people that have tried the Hopey love it, and the people who think it's "stupid" have never tried one.
    They are the bees knees on a dirtybike. Maybe I don't ride fast enough, but I couldn't see myself ever wanting one on a bicycle. You an "enduro" type guy?

    As for me, I went full geek and got me some fat fenders. They rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    Have you done any more rides on the cassette? It seems like it's too good to be true except for the price I guess.
    I won't get into too much detail in this thread but out on the trail it shifts absolutely great. The X01 cassette shifted very well, this one is even better. Even after downsizing to 30t from a 32t, I have a noticeably higher top end. With the 44t combined with the 30t, it feels like one full additional lower gear. I could go with a 28 up front and only lose a tiny bit of top end over the 32t which I may try.

    The big surprise was that there were no derailleur adjustments necessary except for the low limit. I can't get over how crisp the shifting is in every gear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLN75S View Post
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    Very nices Nice those are going to look sick on that bike to . I'm picking my 16 rem 29er
    In a week or so ...can't wait how do you like it so far

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    Smith handlebars & ENVE mud guard... Huh?




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    Got some of these Crank Brothers stainless pedal cleat spacers. They prevent the springs from digging into the sole of the shoes and allow the shoe to float much better. They were only $9 shipped from Amazon.


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    Wider bars & shorter stem in a fetching colour combo.
    Sent from the future to destroy the past.

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    New fat bike!!


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    It's going to be like Christmas or my birthday for the next couple of weeks as boxes begin to come in...first box contained a '16 Trek Fuel EX 29 OCLV full carbon frameset!Post a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]-img_1339.jpg

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    Replacing my old chain after almost 2500 km.
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    Should be arriving soon

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    My anthem got some much needed lovin









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    I bought a kickstand!
    Doesn't look like much, but it came with a bike attached
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    The seat. I just bought the seat to finish the bike, at least on the surface-wanted black and the original Evoke 1 was torn and had rusting rails.
    Finally, with this purchase, a balance has been achieved, order restored, and peace permeates the land. The Evoke RL came in 1 gram underweight, negating the extra gram that Easton "saddled" me with when my 186g bars came in at 187g. I should send them the bill for that RL, but at least I can sleep well again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenM View Post
    I bought a kickstand!
    Doesn't look like much, but it came with a bike attached
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    And it balances the bike perfectly as it's leaned against the garage.
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    I'm much too macho to use a kickstand.
    Unfortunately, I knew the bike wasn't a lightweight going in(does have a carbon fork, but not frame), and promised myself that I wouldn't change anything or try to lighten it up swapping components. It's left me with quite the dilemna. Ditch the kickstand, or "to thine own self be true"? Had no idea buying that thing would result in such a philosophical quagmire. Avoiding the issue, I know, but for the moment I have resolved to just pretend the kickstand isn't there.

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    It's a waste of money,they said. You'll rarely use it , they said........ Finally got sick of borrowing from everyone and I've found Im having almost as much of a good time fooling with suspension settings as I am riding the 6Fattie! Found this for $20 and couldnt pass it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenM View Post
    I'm much too macho to use a kickstand.
    Unfortunately, I knew the bike wasn't a lightweight going in(does have a carbon fork, but not frame), and promised myself that I wouldn't change anything or try to lighten it up swapping components. It's left me with quite the dilemna. Ditch the kickstand, or "to thine own self be true"? Had no idea buying that thing would result in such a philosophical quagmire. Avoiding the issue, I know, but for the moment I have resolved to just pretend the kickstand isn't there.
    I would ditch the kickstand if I were you. The bike will be lighter and handle way better.
    I don't bother with kickstands, none of my bikes have them and it doesn't negatively affect me.

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    more often than not , the wind blows over bikes with kickstands anyway...end up with more damage than not having it on there.

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