Lose a little weight with the Formula 160mm Disc Brake Rotor. At just 102 grams, the 160mm is the lightest of the three sizes of rotors (160, 180, 200mm) but offers the least stopping power. In other words, these aren't recommended for serious big-bike downhill.
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Hi all, I just got a new rear shock for my SC Nickel. It's a Marz Roco LO. My old shock is a 2012/2013 Fox Float RL with the polymer mounting hardware.
I've heard conflicting opinions if the hardware is transferable. Has anyone had experience doing this? What I found is I can press (with a rubber ... Read More »
I've got an old SC Heckler and I'm planning to buy a new shock for it. So, shocks are sold without mounting hardware, right?
My shock has some kind of aluminium reducers in it. Should I get new reducers to mount a new shock or do I just install those old reducers on a new shock?
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[FONT=arial]Hello! So i got a rockshox deluxe spring with a frame i got on craigslist and i don't know where i can find the hardware to mount it on my frame. The hole on the end that was missing the bolts and stuff is 7mm in diameter. Does anyone know where i could get the bushings and the bolts the ... Read More »
Is this the mount I need for XT disc brake 180 rotor on Fox Fork?
[url=http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Shimano-MA-F-Disc-Brake-Mounting-Bracket-Black-180-mm-Post-Post-Front-/121108652231?pt=US_Brakes&hash=item1c32a360c7]New Shimano MA F Disc Brake Mounting Bracket Black 180 mm Post Post Front | eBay[ ... Read More »