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Easton Havoc DH Stem

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Easton’s Havoc DH stem is a ruggedDH/freeride stemThat is readyTo go anywhere.The unique forgedCNCdesign is exceptionally strong and rigid, while still remainingreasonably lightweight.The preferred choice of manyTopfreeriders anddownhillers aroundThe world. "OE" products are new productsThat may be missing original packaging. Weight 185 grams (50mm) Diameter 31.8mm Stack Height 42mm stack height Rise 10°

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Easton havoc DH hub maintenece

I want to get the bearings out bit am stuck as to where to go from here. I have removed both end caps and the freehub. I have hit both sides with the mallet but it has not budged, any feedback would be appreciated! I have a little side to side play, will that significantly damage the rotor and pads ... Read More »

Easton Havoc DH 157mm conversion

Hey there, I currently have a set of Easton Havoc DH wheels on my Santa Cruz Driver 8 bike with a 150mm axle. I recently bought a new carbon V10 frame that uses a 157mm rear axle. Is there a way to convert my rear wheel to 157mm? Or do I have to buy a new rear wheel? I've e-mailed Easton tw ... Read More »

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Easton Havoc DH wheel set $250 shipped

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Damping/Flex: Answer ProTaper Carbon vs Aluminum vs Enve DH vs Easton Havoc Carbon

I'm looking for a new set of handlebars. My current bars (ODI Flight Control 750) feel really rigid and harsh over longer rides. I want to get something that will take a bit of the beating out of my wrists/hands. I know that people are going to post about looking into different grips, changing ba ... Read More »

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