:nono: Those are Spider USTs and they are perfect for around here (ATL).Internal14 said:Great looking bike....but ditch those tyres. Man I hate those things. Never been on the dirt more than when I ran those for a few weeks last year. grrrrr....stinking Bulldogs...
Welcome, btw, to 'the club'.
Ahhh the Spiders...my mistake then. I just had such a horrendous time on the Bulldogs that I saw the HUTCHINSON on the sidewalls and had a knee jerk reaction.:madman: :skep:D-Rock said::nono: Those are Spider USTs and they are perfect for around here (ATL).
Looks good. The silver fork works nicely.
Now trade that C-Dale for a Ciclón and you will be set!
4.2D Before putting the DT Swiss tubeless conversion kits on.
With the Reba
My little brake
32t x 18t
I used 4.1d's. I put about 200 miles so far and have no problem with them.dubjay said:Nice looking bike!
Which DT tubeless kit did you end up using on your 4.2d's? Was it the kit for the 4.1d's? Or was it the one made especially for the 4.2d's (which seem to be vaporware...)
Also - you can remove that chainstay protector. With a singlespeed, the chain shouldn't be able to move enough to hit the chainstay.
Don't forget to share pictures too :thumbsup:psOption3 said:I'm strongly considering taking off some of my components on the Heckler and moving onto a new El Toro. So far I have the rear wheel done (Mavic 717 disc w/ CK ISO rear disc), saddle, handlebars, stem, avid disc brakes, tires, CK headset, pedals. All I need to get is a front wheel made and some cranks and BB and a seatpost and the frame. It's all a matter of time.