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  1. #9501
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    New tread for a front wheel build:

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    Fleabay find... paging Dertjunky
    2008 BMC Fourstroke 19-559 ISO (RIP in peace)
    2017 BMC Speedfox 25-622 ISO
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    New bars and stem


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    Quote Originally Posted by JHart94949 View Post
    New bars and stem


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    Damnit! The mailman messed up and sent to you my goods ...

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    Got these in finally. Too bad the budget's shot again and it's all gonna just sit for months.


    Since "Oil Can" finish isn't available I'm spending the rest of the evening polishing the cups out. Too bad they're also outed on the stainless 1-1/8" top-caps.

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    Easy-Off the black ano off that top cap and buff it out?
    Cereal is breakfast soup.

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    82 linear inches of barPost a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]-img_20170513_215758.jpg

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    cheapest stemPost a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]-img_20170513_220304.jpg

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    cheap bmx brakes,gets mounted on seatpost side,hooks to brake on aero ,yes 2 seperate rear brakes,im sure dirt junkie will have fun picking on me
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    That thing is gonna be tight!
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    Raceface crankset

    Switched out the old Shimano SLX 670's for the Raceface Evolve SS crackset
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    I'm not sure what to run,650 b,26 ,I ride about 8 miles just to get to a gravel trail, hoping setup allow s both ,and ty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidfklock View Post
    I'm not sure what to run,650 b,26 ,I ride about 8 miles just to get to a gravel trail, hoping setup allow s both ,and ty
    What size is the frame made for?
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    Was a 26 inch display,never meant to be a bike,but bso,if I can fit a 26x2.0 or 26x 2.25 I can put 27.5 x 1.75 as long I can find the v brake arms.Outside and with are the same,I don't need aggressive tread on this.

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    Forekaster 29"X2.35

    Renthal Apex 40mm

    Ritchey 5NM TorqueKey

    Wet lube.





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    Wanted a lightweight pack to hold the essentials and more water than possible with two bottles, so got a Camelbak Classic with 2,5 litres reservoir. Was planning on getting an Evoc CC 3l instead, but the Camelbak was 30€ cheaper and could buy it locally so had to give it a try. It's my first hydration pack, we'll see how I like it


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    Brown Santa came today!

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    2017 Fox 36 27.5 150mm

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    You bought three of them?
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Enjoy the ride...

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    new bottlecage
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    Fleabay find... paging Dertjunky
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    Great find, sorry I skimmed that.
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Tools

    After buying my Parktool PCS-10 Bike Stand I thought I should start buying matching tools. I know I don't "need" them, because I have most of them in other brands and shapes, But I thought why not.

    I do like the magnetic Parktool Bowl because I'm always placing stuff and forget where I placed them.

    The Partktool Work Tray will be arriving next week

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    now with Mavic Crossmaxx Elite 29 wheels less one kilogram ! No excuse , pedal damn it !
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    It's always fun seeing everyone's new toys.
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    Revelate Designs frame bag and Salsa carry anything bar rack and dry bag. I'm finally mostly ready for bikepacking.


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    New rubbers...
    29x2.6 NN next to a 2.2 Trail King; still waiting on new rims to come in

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    - Canfield Nimble 9 - Retired
    Niner Rip 9 (2016)
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    Nextie Crocodile 50s

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    Still debating on hubs, but I think I'm gonna try my hand at lacing these myself.
    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Yeah, why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARandomBiker View Post
    Nextie Crocodile 50s

    Still debating on hubs, but I think I'm gonna try my hand at lacing these myself.
    It's a fun learning experience! I've got a few rides on my first set and it very satisfying knowing that I built my own wheels. I'd highly recommend getting a Park TM-1 and Roger Musson's ebook that has everything you need to know.
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    +1 on that ^

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    Got a few new parts installed today!

    Swapped out my 32T for a 30T NW (the start of this season is getting pretty rough this year with that 32)

    Got my carbon bars installed and also put a Knog Oi bell on the right side of the handle bars. It's a rather polite sounding bell and blends right in. Beats shouting for the hikers to hear you coming. Between this and a Hope hub, they should hear me coming now.






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    I tried that Knog Oi in the 22.2mm variety. It wasn't loud enough for me. You gotta keep ringing it until you get a response. The 31.8mm version (for road handlebars) is another story though. Using a Timberline right now (got it from Jenson with 15% off coupon), but think the Spurcycle v2 will be the one to get.
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