O'Neal Friction Full Face Helmet

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MSRP : $130.00

Product Description

  • Crafted from durable polycarbonate
  • Rear vents for improved aerodynamics and venting
  • Removable, washable liner
  • Intake and exhaust vents aid

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How much drag/friction does tire sealant add?

After adding some Stans and listening to it slosh around as the wheel spun, I got to wondering how much extra friction this is causing. Like a mini paddle wheel, the tire "lifts" a bit of liquid with each revolution. Seems like it would have a substantial impact. (If you dip a spinning slick into ... Read More »

Boxxer 200mm friction marks above left dust seal

I wanted to know what may cause that and what do i need to do. I have a Mongoose ECD with a Boxxer 200mm front shock that in it's left "arm" just above the rubber dust seal, the bornze color of the shock was scratched to silver color, not all around, just the front part of it and it goes from the s ... Read More »

SLX crank friction

I had a SLX crank installed recently and I took off my chain while doing some cleaning and maintenance and realized while spinning the crank there seemed to be some friction. With my old crank if I spun it with no chain it spun with no noticeable friction and would spin around a while. The new crank ... Read More »

Sunrace MTB Friction shifter with Tiagra 4600?

So I did some searching, but admittedly not very exhaustive searching. Going to have a spare Tiagra 4600 group, and was thinking about using some flatbars I have laying around to make a beater flat bar roadie. Has anyone used these shifters with 10 speed derailleurs with any degree of success? Shift ... Read More »

cassette/freehub friction when I spin cassette

with my chain removed when I turn my cassette by hand in the direction it should click theres friction and my wheel even turns a little. could this be bearings or the pawls need cleaning? its a stans ztr crest stock wheelset. stans manual says to use lightweight grease on the pawls and drive ring ... Read More »

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