Glad to see you went all pro and only changed one thing at a time ....For the last few weeks I haven't been 100% comfortable on the bike - I felt I was being pitched forward and I was effectively pushing back on the bars and I've also started feeling a bit cramped cockpit wise.
So this morning I read up a bit on bike fit and adjustments and did the following -
Removed a spacer from below the stem
Angled my brakes upwards a little more
Moved my brakes and levers in board a bit more
Moved my saddle back a bit and angled backwards a few degrees
Lowered my seatpost a little bit
Wow what a difference! I haven't taken it on the trails yet but I did a quick field run and it feels so much more natural
Now to fix that wobbly wheel.
Digging your man cave kitchenette in the background. Guessing that’s where you heat up your hot Toddys and cook your brake pads
@Plankosaurus, did you make a ghetto chain guide/bash ring out of an old plastic chopping board?Lost the largest chain ring from my hardtail during the move. Was putting the bike back together and realised I couldn't get the middle chainring to hold without the large chainring in place.
I want to get it up and running so I can ride out to the waterfall from home.
Took the angle grinder to a couple of washers then drilled them out larger this morning everything fitted together.
Going to sit down this evening and figure out my brother's 3d printer to add a chain guide.
If it works I will post a photo here. If it doesn't.. well there is a thread for that.