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Old 05-27-18, 02:37 PM
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What is the difference between these two?

Hey guys, I recently got myself a new bike and I need your help. There are two types of this bike the "60.0" and "80.0". I don't see any difference in them, but I want to know which one do I own?

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Old 05-27-18, 06:16 PM
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Is this an e-bike? The image you referenced seems to indicate that it is. I'm wondering if the 60.0 vs. 80.0 is related to the battery capacity.
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Old 05-27-18, 08:35 PM
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is it the dimensions or different components
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Old 05-27-18, 09:04 PM
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80.0......................................................................60.0....
Fork: Rock shox xc 32 tk 26z solo air remote........rock shox xc 28 tk 26z turnkey lockout
hub: Shimano disc rm65 or novatec d341.............novatec disc dc20/c22, schwarz
brakes: Shimano disc 616..................................shimano disc 355
bottom bracket: Shimano xt...............................shimano bb-es25 octalink
saddle: Senso cromo.........................................hrinkow performance
derailleur: Shimano xt 10-fold............................shimano deore 10-fold
pedal: Shimano spd 505....................................wellgo

60XT Flow : http://www.hrinkow-bikes.at/bikecrea...6&categoryId=2
80XT Flow: http://www.hrinkow-bikes.at/bikecrea...7&categoryId=2
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This is the website: hrinkow-bikes.at/bikecreator/bikes.html?categoryId=2
I'm German and can read everything but there is not a hint on what the numbers could mean. I don't think it's related to the battery or engine of an e-bike because it only says e-option as in optional and the pictures don't show e-bikes. Also the information in the dropdown menu is very limited. They don't give the full specs of the bikes.
Very weird. I would contact the seller and ask. My best guess is that it's simply a brand-specific numbering for their models. Higher number means higher specced version or something like that.
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Old 05-28-18, 05:45 AM
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My bike isn't electric. Yes it does have the option to become one but that costs additional 1.889, so what you guys are saying it might be the battery?
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Different forks, derailleurs, I think. The 80 has more XT than the 60.

There are other component differences, but I'd need to translate.
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets View Post
Different forks, derailleurs, I think. The 80 has more XT than the 60.

There are other component differences, but I'd need to translate.
Do you have any clue between the 1.5k and 2k forks? My model has black rockshox forks they go all in

EDIT: I think that the 80.0 model has air forks, mine doesn't have those, I believe mine is 60.0.

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Originally Posted by vytka View Post
Do you have any clue between the 1.5k and 2k forks? My model has black rockshox forks they go all in

EDIT: I think that the 80.0 model has air forks, mine doesn't have those, I believe mine is 60.0.
RockShox XC 28 TK
ROCKSHOX XC 32

I don't see a whole lot of difference
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