- Bike Checks
You should also do this list in order from bottom to top.
Kink Tocco. I'd much rather have that than my Fly.
Just even out the hub guard's shape and if that doesn't fix it, grind off a few millimeters of the edge. A hammer, vice, hacksaw, and adjustable wrench should be all you need.
I haven't have a tire over 18oz in a long time.
They look like Kenda Kontacts... And they're heavy.
I tried building a computer. After two weeks and two motherboards, this thing is still being a bitch...
Couldn't have said it better.
Nonetheless, you got about two years out of them.
I'm from Chicago, and Chicago bars are disgusting...
Maxxis Grifters are some of the lighters, strongest, longest lasting tires on the market. carjakester has been running two for almost two years now, I ran one in back for a year with a LOT of skids, and I've had one on front for almost a year now and ... more »
Correct for the most part, but with a dual cable setup on the gyro, you can technically have a better system. Same tension across more cables means a better pull and the hard you can pull the brakes.
Agreed. I'd rather be safe then sorry when you're messing with the rear triangle.
OR either learn how to install a master link or get one that works because the master link definitely isn't the weak spot in your chain unless you drivetrain is messed up.
If you can do that just fine, I wouldn't worry about the length of your frame. You're doing just fine.
But even with the Shadow chains, I installed mine right and got a year out of it, but at the price of it stretching so much and completely warping the sprocket. Wasn't worth it to me.
Mix. Had mine for over two years now and don't see myself getting a new hub for at least another two.
Nope, just remember to grease the splines like any other spindle. I've had my hollow ti for a year now with no problems.
I beg to differ. If you do a drop and have a blow out when you hit the ground, the rim bends like that.