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Pro XCR Seatpost

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MSRP : $200.00

Product Description

Pro's XCR Seatpost boasts the strength, stiffness, lightness and beauty of monocoque-carbon construction so it'll add a touch of class to any bicycle. This trick post is also internally ovalized for maximum pedaling efficiency. And, it has a secure and easy-to-adjust aluminum 2-bolt seat clamp.

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Replaced Suntour XCR and shaved off 1.25 lbs!

Just replaced my 29er stock Suntour XCR fork with a Rockshox Silver Recon Soloair TK and saved about 1.25lbs. While I am not one of those people that are obsessed with having a lighter bike, it was pleasantly surprised to see it. I have read how the Silver Recon is heavy and without knowing how ... Read More »

GT XCR-1500 Worth it

[ATTACH=CONFIG]820651[/ATTACH]ok everyone here is my question there is a 2000 GT XCR-1500 for sale on craigslist guy wants 600 says needs a tune up guy is on vacation until next Sunday so just wanted to see what u guys thought of the bike before I look at it. but here is the deal he will trade the ... Read More »

Suntour XCR > XCM > XCT?

From what I understand, these entry level forks rank XCR,XCM,XCT in terms of low end to lower end. I believe the XCR and XCM have thicker tubing(terminology?) so they maybe sturdier and possibly stiffer. IMO these three are pretty much the same forks. I do notice that the XCT gets no love. The ... Read More »

Identify this Jamis Dakar XCR frame ?

Hi all, I just picked up this Jamis Dakar XCR Comp frame off of craigslist. The guy said it was a 2007 but he also bought it used and wasnt 100% positive. The rear triangle had broke and was replaced by Jamis with an updated one but he says the frame was always an XCR Comp. I searched tons of pics ... Read More »

Rotor Size for 1999 GT XCR 5000 iDrive

I am working on doing some upgrades to my mountain bike and I have come across a deal for a set of disc brakes with 203mm rotors. Is there any real concern that they would not clear the fork? This would be my first set of disc brakes on a bike, so I am not sure which way to go.Read More »

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