Vee Rubber Fluid 27.5 Tires

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Vee Rubber is pleased to introduce the Fluid. Designed with gravity in mind, this standard tall-knob mountain bike tire offers staggered center knobs with different designs for superior traction and speed. One row of knobs has a ëVí indentation in each knob easily identifying this a a Vee Rubber tire. The second row of slightly larger knobs is slotted to allow greater knob flex and pass though of dirt. Both rows are offset from each other. Two different types of side knobs are used and each provides great grip in corners.

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Help...Thunderbolt 730 or Fluid 7.1

Trying to decide between these two models, both are 2014's and reduced from $2599 to $2000. Rode both and they both feel good lol...pretty ignorant in the technology and the differences. Is there one that is better than the other? Was also looking at the Giant Trance, but I've ruled that one out. ... Read More »

Fixing Leaking Command Post with Fox Float Fluid or Stans

The command post on my 2014 expert carbon enduro is about one month old and loses air overnight. Met a guy yesterday in the same boat who said he added 10cc of fox float fluid to the post via the schrader valve and it has been perfect ever since. Also heard that stans works. Rather than suff ... Read More »

Norco Fluid 9

There's almost no review info about this bike, though it looks like decent spec and geo from a highly regarded mfg. 9.1 is XT mix $2300, SLX and Deore on the 9.2, $1750. Crazy price! Local Norco dealer does not plan to stock one, so no demo unless I go to a dealer 100 miles away. Can't quite handle ... Read More »

2014 Norco Fluid for sale

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Dirty brake fluid

Bleed my Shimano XT brakes, and both had a dirty, cloudy discharge. Any ideas what might cause that, and would you recommending replacing all fluid? If so, what exactly is the procedure to replace the fluid? I am using Shimano mineral oil, but it did lose the dust caps, which might cause the dirty ... Read More »

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