Straitline Code Blades for most Avid Code DH brakes For Code 5 brakes, use Straitline Juicy Lever Blades Broader faced, reducesTendon fatigue in fingers/wrists The end wraps 180 degrees around finger and constant radius feels consistent duringThe fullThrow ofThe lever Bulged end doesnt dig into finger duringThose last second panic grabs
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I'd like to replace the pins on my Amps. I like the thinner pins on my 50/50's, they hook up with my Teva Links better.
What would be the best way to go? Is there pedal that has similar pins at the base but thinner at the end?
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I'm looking to add a chainguide/bashring combo to my HD and am looking at either a Straitline Silentguide or the SRS+ by e13. I know that MRP makes a guide specifically for the HD but I've broken two MRP G2 guides before and am not willing to waste any money on another. I've got an ISCG05 BB adapt ... Read More »
I'm set on getting a silent guide for a 32t chainring. Just before buying I found somebody selling a 32-36 model in good shape for less then half of the new price.
Looking at the design it seems the tabs won't go deeper then the bash, meaning the larger one will keep the chain looser and matbe inc ... Read More »
Alright, I have these exact brakes (2011 Code Rs):
They have plenty of power, and I like them just fine...however I hate the lever. Uncomfortable, and my hands get tired after long descents. My Hayes Stroker Ace's have such a nicer ... Read More »
I'm about to order Straitlines silent guide and just want to make sure that I order the correct one. I have a 2012 Carve Comp. The bottom bracket is 73mm per Specialized website. So does that mean I have the ISCG 05? Also, when ordering I need to order the guide for a 32T middle ring, correct? Thank ... Read More »