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Thomson Direct Mount Stem

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New in 2012 for Thomson, our Direct Mount Stems allow riders the ultimate in stiffness for dual crown cockpits. The strongest stem we make, which means it’s the strongest stem you can get. Built for any fork using the BoXXer bolt pattern including: Rock Shox Boxxer, Fox F40, Manitou Dorado and Marzocchi (2012 forward).

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2007 Boxxer direct mount clamp

I just wanted to check and see if anyone had an old direct mount for a 2007 boxxer race that has 32mm stanchions. I can get one for around $120 old stock but I thought I would check and see what people got laying around first. I was going to use my Jr. T mount but the stanchions are not the same d ... Read More »

Regular drop out to Direct mount conversion?

is it possible to modify the regular drop outs to make it compatible for shimano's direct mount RD's?Read More »

Does Direct Mount RD affect chain length?

I need a new derailleur hanger for my Mojo HD and think I might as well go with the direct mount. I'm running 2x10 with a short cage xtr shadow plus rear derailleur. Needless to say, I have a very specific chain length in order to make this work. [B]If I switch to a direct mount hanger, will my perf ... Read More »

Rear shifting issues with XTR M986 direct mount mech

Having a nightmare with my HD. I was running a XTR M986 shadow plus rear mech and the Ibis direct mount hanger to do away with the little link. When downshifting quickly the chain keeps dropping off the 11 tooth sprocket and jamming between that and the frame. If I adjust the tension screw to limit ... Read More »

home made direct mount chain keeper - SB 66

I'm running a 2x10 and would like to go 1x10 with a bash guard. I'm already using a bionicon device to reduce chain slap on the bottom. I'm thinking of getting a piece of kydex and forming up a guide similar to the one below, but direct mount. The design would be very simple b/c the mounting brac ... Read More »

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