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It's rad. Still breaking in, but it gets better with each ride. Stiff and light. Very smooth.
Frame: 2010 Morewood Kalula, large
Shock: CCDB, 250# steel
Fork: 2011 Fox 36 Float 180 RC2
Wheelset: 823s laced to Hope Pro II...
Well, before the ride today, I put most of the spacers above the stem (there were several below it in the pics I posted) and the bars felt to be...
Day 1 first impressions:
- didn't take long for me to feel pretty dialed on this thing
- jumps great
- super nimble
- smooooth (I'm coming...
I'm 6'3", but I just left space there so I can decide where the right position is after a few rides and then I'll cut the rest of the steerer down...
Agreed, 40s are a bit of a hassle unless you have the knowledge to wrench on them or you know someone who can.
40# even as she sits currently, but I didn't really hold back on anything as far as weight goes. This will be my resort/shuttle bike, so I...
Much much thanx to you homie!
BTW, I found the 12mm axle and parts for the Hadley. :rockout:
This seems like a no brainer to me. I just got the same '08 66 RC3 off Jenson for $499 as well...f'ing sweet fork. I've been on Totems the past...
Unless you race and have access to Fox support at those races, I don't think a 40 is necessary. Yes, the rc2's feel great, but the lowers are...
Good thing I wasn't the one that bumped it. :lighten:
I'm selling an Apoc (turned into Army by taking out dual shock and replacing with Avy DHS) if anyone is interested.
Here's mine...I'll get a pic up soon.
Frame: Karpiel Apocalypse m/l
Rear Shock: Avy DHS 9x3 w/ Ti spring
Fork: '05 Marzocchi 888RC
Nice build dude! It's pretty rad to have so much bike and have it weigh in in the low 40s. See mine below.
I'm usually between a 34 and 36 in pants/shorts depending on the brand. I got a pair of the Moto's in 36 and was glad as there was no way I'd...
I know one dude who had a set and liked them.
However, "Rear hub 135mm quick release only" = :nono:
Where was this???
I rode the new section from the top a few times. It was greasy, but seemed to be coming together nicely. The stepdown-esque...