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    Yeah it is definitely trick.... Downside is you need to pay for it. I was told MSRP will be $5K or the price of two very nice fatbikes.

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    I love the idea of a lightweight fatty but $5k is a bit much for me.
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    5k is not bad if you consider that you get the HED BigDeal Carbon that are worth over 2k.

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    Move XX1 trigger relative to Magura brake lever?

    Finally got the Dillinger 5's on the rims tubeless. Had to use 'inflatobands' (ie big rubberbands). Also had to use tube to seat bead on one side of wheel. Soapy water, too. No leaks yet - first ride.

    EDIT: Ice traction is vastly improved. Running with higher air pressure - tires firm.

    Here is my question... is there a way to change the position of the XX1 trigger relative to the Magura brake lever? It seems as if they are joined in a way that does not allow me to, lets say, rotate the trigger shifter up towards the rider - but keep the brake lever as is.

    Thank you.

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