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Ultra Alloy Rear Rack

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RIP 9 (alloy) rear axle options

Quick question for everyone. I'm sure it's been discussed before, but I didn't see it. Is it possible to run a 135x12 thru-axle on the back of the allow RIP9 frame? I'm looking at picking up a frame, and would like to build the wheels up with some King hubs that I already have. I can get axle co ... Read More »

2011 Alloy Flash...what front der/Rear tire do you run?

I recently tried to install a 2x10 XO front derailleur on my 2011 Alloy flash, while running a Specialized Captain in the rear (2.25). Of course, there is no clearance between the tire and front derailleur, so, I either have to switch it, or, the rear tire. It's a low clamp, bottom pull. Not sur ... Read More »

2012 ASR-5 ALLOY (alloy rear triangle?) no Per Yeti it will stay carbon

The 2012 575 alloy is going to have an alloy rear end instead of carbon. Does anyone know for sure if this is going to be the case for the ASR-5 alloy? And if so is this to reduce cost of the bikes or to remedy some sort of issue with the carbon rear ends? I was close to pulling the trigge ... Read More »

ASR 5 alloy: is there any way to add protection/strength to the CF rear triangle

I'm getting my 2010 ASR 5 (alloy) back from the dealer. It was repaired under warranty so I'm happy about that. I'm still concerned about future breakage (I only rode this bike 2 hours before breaking it) and thought I might ask here if there are any products that might help strengthen/protect t ... Read More »

Rear triangle stiffness ASR alloy 09 vs. 575

I am in the middle of a REALLY painstaking process of buying a new XC bike. I currently own an 08 575 and I would like to complement that with an ASR alloy from Jenson. I see the rear triangles are different in size, and I wonder if the ASR framewill meet my expectations to lateral stiffness for ped ... Read More »

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