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    So, you didn't give Ribble a chance to resolve...

    So, you didn't give Ribble a chance to resolve the issue, but went and purchased additional parts yourself, and then assume they will cover your, not their additional costs.

    Having bought a 6800...
  2. Thread: SP Dyno Hub?

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    Have had a SD-8 for about 6 months, and 3-4000km,...

    Have had a SD-8 for about 6 months, and 3-4000km, works just as well as the SON it replaced, would have preferred a SON but was swapping forks to one with a disc brake, and the SP was half the price....
  3. Thread: New to MTB

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    Looks like a good deal it it fits, and if it has...

    Looks like a good deal it it fits, and if it has receipts... seems very cheap for that bike
  4. Thread: New to MTB

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    You really need to have an idea of what type of...

    You really need to have an idea of what type of riding you want to do before looking at specific bikes, 20 years ago, you could get a bike that did everything, now, you can get bikes which do many...
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    Why a frame? it's the most cost in-effective way...

    Why a frame? it's the most cost in-effective way to get a MTB, unless you have all the parts, which fit.

    Unless you have all the parts needed, would be looking at a complete bike, bike have...
  6. Thread: New to MTB

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    You have a very confusing list of options there,...

    You have a very confusing list of options there, ranging from a childs bike, the alimay link, to a 16" to a 20", being as you are in London, you have a vast choice of good bike shops to go and have a...
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    27" = dead size/format, If your frame wasn't...

    27" = dead size/format, If your frame wasn't designed for 27" wheels, they won't fit, unless you have large clearances, could cause toe overlap and other un-intended complications

    You do know that...
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    You need to ID the type first, once you have, you...

    You need to ID the type first, once you have, you are pretty limited in what it could be, given that it's an MTB, and 5 years old, if it's an external BB type, you don't have to worry about size, and...
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    First ID the BB Park Tool Co. ParkTool Blog Bottom Bracket Standards

    This will answer your question, given Ironhorse is dead brand, info is limited, just pull your BB, and it will have the...
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    First ID the BB Park Tool Co. ParkTool Blog Bottom Bracket Standards

    Then use the appropriate guide to help replace Park Tool Co. ParkTool Blog
  11. Thread: blow innertube

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    Fulcrum rims have their own rim strip as stock,...

    Fulcrum rims have their own rim strip as stock, not Velox, would be looking at using a plastic rim tape like Schwalbe or thin fabric like Specialized with Fulcrum wheel.

    Also, what tire are you...
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    Given the size of the tires you have, they should...

    Given the size of the tires you have, they should have provided more than enough suspension. Bike looks nice and clean in the photo.

    For the choice of fork, as long as the Marzocchi you have was...
  13. 45Nrth only do gear for cold weather, you would...

    45Nrth only do gear for cold weather, you would need to swap to MTB cleats if using on a road bike 45NRTH
  14. GPS accuracy, although that depends on what you...

    GPS accuracy, although that depends on what you end use of the data is to how relevant it is.

    It's never as good on phones as a dedicated device, look at Strava, and the users who use phones (esp...
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    Some lightweight rotors just can't stay true,...

    Some lightweight rotors just can't stay true, knowing details of what you have helps.

    If it won't stay straight, would look at replacing with a Shimano or other sightly heavier weight that holds...
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    Your find very few if any that mount to the stem,...

    Your find very few if any that mount to the stem, normally you would need to have the stem and light made by the same company for this to work, Hope have(had) this option, but it wasn't...
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    Don't understand this, it it was fitted...

    Don't understand this, it it was fitted backwards, the threads would be on the outside of the BB shell, facing away from the frame, in other words, just handing in mid air. You can't fit HT2 BB's...
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    If you have the space to hang then horizontally,...

    If you have the space to hang then horizontally, not vertically, Feedback Sports have several options, from the freestanding Velo Cache Velo Cache Black to the floor to ceiling column Velo Column...
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    You may want to tell Shimano/Pro that, as my Pro...

    You may want to tell Shimano/Pro that, as my Pro Synop aero bars came which are for a 31.8mm bar came with 26mm shims, guess they recon it works.
  20. When in 2010, pre 01 Sept = 1 year, post 01 Sept...

    When in 2010, pre 01 Sept = 1 year, post 01 Sept = 5 year, you haven't said when specifically you purchased it.

    For 'Carbon Mercenaries' really don't understand your issue, most CF frames are made...
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    You can buy shims for this. Try your LBS or...

    You can buy shims for this. Try your LBS or eBay, try this search 26mm handlebar shim
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    From the look of the fork, it's a budget one,...

    From the look of the fork, it's a budget one, these do sometimes just fall apart under normal use, normally they are considered disposable, as even the cost of a basic service would come close to a...
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    I got a Ultimate Stand (now Feedback Sports Velo...

    I got a Ultimate Stand (now Feedback Sports Velo Cache) about a year ago, which support the frame in the same way to the one in the photo, no issues with the cables, the only obvious difference is...
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    #nfmisso...

    #nfmisso , re the pressure, for a MTB, if correctly inflated, your only looking at 40psi, to a max of say 60psi -70psi if running slicks (some do go higher, but given the OP makes no mention of it,...
  25. Unless you have a supply of NOS spares, unlikely...

    Unless you have a supply of NOS spares, unlikely that you can repair any Shimano 8 Speed STI's (which were considered good BITD) if specific spares are needed now, Shimano generally holds spares for...
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