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The Sram PC-1 is the only chain I've ever broken.
Blue Loctite, never red.
Tell them you want a 2015 Renovatio.
No way, man. The only ones that have cracked are the local ones I've built up because I'm obviously a ****ty mechanic.
Sal said so himself right here.
It's too small for the D101.
KMC does not sell an individual master link that will fit that chain. The only chains that come with one having pins long enough are the D101, X101 and 415H.
Your pretty much screwed.
I don't need the money.
Ever since Cinelli did it with the black Parallax, taking product pics in the dark is all the rage.
I wouldn't ride an Unknown if it were free and came with a sandwich bag full of $100 bills.
Looks like I'll like it less tomorrow.
The stock crankset on the Eastside is definitely a little noodly. Having stiff crank arms, 144 BCD and common 68x110mm JIS BB, the Andel Standard crankset is probably the best bang for the buck.
That's what I did (with the customer's consent, of course).
Speaking of Chinacarbon, a customer brought an 80mm deep rim into the shop today to see about getting it laced to something that had a valve hole drilled in a different spot on the outside than on...
Yeah, none of this makes any sense.
They're not hard to find at all. Any shop with an EAI account can order them in any length you'd ever need.
I bet the seatpost collar area won't crack, though... :innocent:
Seriously. My shop is next to a running shoe store and their customers are pretty ridiculous.
I won't run unless something is on fire or I'm being chased by something that wants to eat me.
Personally, I wouldn't touch it.
I don't think King Kog would sell you a lemon but if you're dead set on buying it you should probably ask them a lot of questions.
The Colossi Low Pro has been on the market for several years. The only main difference between the original model and the Encore is a tapered head tube.
I know someone who has broken two integrated seatpost clamps on Undefeated frames - one 2014, one 2015 (the only difference being the color). The first broken one was replaced under...
Yup. Superb LOVES to tell people they personally designed that frame.
The Heavy Pedal Zephyr is a rebranded Colossi Al Colosione as well.