Has anyone on here used the Rola vertical bike racks?
I need an efficient method to transport 1 E-bike 1 regular bike and 3 kids bikes.
I ideally want to invest in something that will cover me for 10+ years.
At approx $1200 and an established commercial product, it's not as nice as the new...
26 and 27.5 (although some tires are limited)
Will ship but may charge a little for packaging costs etc.
A MK11 frame which is quite similar sold on here (in probably better nick for over 1K so this is a ripper deal)
could arguably ask for more but I didn't pay heaps for this so keen to sell...
Item: Liteville 301 MK9 - Large
Item Condition: Good, everything works, normal wear for a bike this old, still goes hard.
Reason for selling: not being used.
Price and price conditions: $1500 firm.
X9/X0 1x10 drivetrain
XT brakes with Saint 4 pot front caliper...
Item: Looking for a 26 inch rim. 32 holes with a ID of about 22mm if complete wheel needs a 135 rear axle with 6 bolt disc brake and HG body
Location: Geelong prefered
Price range/Willing to Pay: ideally under $100
Very old and crap parts are mostly the aim
Some of these are for very specific reasons, Isis cranks are due to the quick swap out of a single side and the need for 2x setup
Why would I replace a whole crankset that will be a $200 dollar exercise when a new GXP BB is only like $50 and I'm just...
Item: Looking for the following items
A heap of ISIS cranks (must be drilled for Granny tabs) 170-175mm long
High rise bars 80mm + 31.8 clamp
Also a shitty 31.9mm seatpost and saddle.
BSA 68/73 GXP Bottom bracket.
Price range/Willing to Pay: what its worth
Looking for the following:
wide 31.8mm bars,
10 speed Rear Derailleur (not fussy but must be clutched and take 32T,)
10 speed cassette and chain (11-32t and not cooked)
34 -36t NW 104BCD ring
2x basic MTB saddles
Any lock on grips that aren't toasted
Item: After Crusty old Steel MTB frame, must be medium., Preferences for (but not compulsory) Disc brake, Horizontal dropouts and larger seat post diameters.
Dints and Cranks are mostly OK aswell
Location: Geelong (will pay freight if required)
Price range/Willing to Pay: depends on...
Item: lookong for a pair of DH tyres in half ok condition
Location: geelong or melbourne (will pay post for right deal
Price range/Willing to Pay: as little as possible
Looking for a pair.of tyres to test fitment on bike with new shock/fork for clearance before i drop like $170 on...
Item: Looking for a 11sp shifter in X01-XX1-X1 spec, either trigger or grip shift.
Location: Victoria preferred, will pat post
Price range/Willing to Pay: depends on what you have would ideally spend under $75. less is better.
These sound like a particular bearing found in a few year old treks, They are reasonably available and available through DIYMTB. just gotta ask the right questions as bearings are sized/labels in a number of different methods
if it is one of the trek ones, go to a decent trek shop.
Unfortunately your a victim of economy. essentially the fork you have has no similarities to something like a SID brain, pretty much every fork on a sub grand bike isn't really that impressive.
this can be observed in the retail price of a good fork is around the price of your complete bike...