The heat doesn't affect the coils, I do 425 for 15 minutes.Nice! So heating up a coil (we do 450 degrees for 20 minutes) to powder coat it will not affect the temper of the spring? How did you clean off the original paint?
As I dredge through this entire thread, looking for good bits to buy my bike, this gem popped up. I must order one...
I hope people who own a Giant Emtb are aware that if they fit these parts themselves, they are completely voiding their warranty for the entire bike.
Fit new rear derailleur and the frame snaps are the headtube, it was your fitting of the mech means that you voided the warranty and will not be getting a shiny new frame.
As far as im aware thats worldwide.Certainly not in the US, but that sucks. Is that for the entire EU, or just Scotland?
As far as im aware thats worldwide.
I’ve swapped to these bars on almost all of my bikes now, they’re more compliant than the regular one-up bars. They’ve allowed me to ride a lot longer without wrist the wrist pains I was getting.Threw a oneup ebar on the norco bigfoot to replace the weirdly shaped stock bar. Wire wasn't long enough to route the mode selector through the bar unfortunately.
Before anyone asks, the things on the end of the bar are Loam Lab Counterpunch bar ends. I'm trying them out after a tree almost ripped my pinkie finger off this fall. I've brushed up against a few since putting them on and they seem to work as advertised.
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I have the same set-up, actually prefer it over my old Exposure six pack/Diablo set-up I used to use. It’s not as bright on paper but lights up way more of the trail than the exposure stuff. The way it disperses the light is way better IMO. I’d highly recommend it if it wasn’t so expensive getting it to the UK.
I paired these bars with Wolftooth mega fat paw foam grips and it solved my hand and wrist pain.I’ve swapped to these bars on almost all of my bikes now, they’re more compliant than the regular one-up bars. They’ve allowed me to ride a lot longer without wrist the wrist pains I was getting.
I use Rev grips on one of my bikes with the E-bars with no issues. I’m trying out some different Ergons on my e-bike though, so far so good on the few rides I’ve been on.I have the RevGrips floating grips, which are a monstrous improvement. I am thinking about getting these bars. I asked them if the Rev Grips present any problem but have not heard back.
You’ll end up swapping out the 11-6 on your other bike now at least that’s what happened in my case. I had the 11-6 on my SB150 and my SB130, ordered the Storia for my SB130 just to try out and ended up replacing the 11-6 on both bikes.
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