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JAG_Mtn Link Housing

Comprehensive Guide to Cables and Housing

Oct 16, 2014Comments off517 Views

Comprehensive understanding of the different types of cables and housing.

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Tip of the Day: Smooth Drivetrain Operation

Oct 15, 2014Comments off387 Views

Keep your chain running smooth

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Tip of the Day: Keep your Suspension Clean

Oct 12, 2014Comments off858 Views

Improve suspension performance

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How-To: Converting Fox 36 from 20mm to 15m...

Oct 05, 2014Comments off285 Views

Check-out how to switch the 2015 Fox 36 from a 20mm to a 15mm axle. This model features the ability to switch between the two

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Tip of the Day: Committing to technical li...

Oct 02, 2014Comments off398 Views

Improve your bike handling skills

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How-To: Install Truvativ Descendant Cranks

Oct 02, 2014Comments off118 Views

Whether or not your installing brand-new cranks or are wanting to perform maintenance on your current cranks, here is a quick step-by-step, on how to install

Fox 36 oil bath change

How-To: Fox 36 Dust Wiper and Oil Bath Ser...

Sep 30, 2014Comments off365 Views

Keep your new fork performing at its best

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Know the Source Behind Your Leaking Tire

Sep 29, 2014Comments off269 Views

You may want to check that tire next time you have a flat.  Often times we are in too big a hurry to check our

Fox air sleeve maintenance

How-To: Fox Air Shock Air-Sleeve Maintenan...

Sep 28, 2014Comments off247 Views

Learn how to perform maintenance on your Fox air shock

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Dialing-in Your Suspension – Part 2

Sep 28, 2014Comments off514 Views

Welcome to Part 2 of dialing-in your suspension.  As discussed in Part 1, suspension setup is perhaps the most important part of tuning your ride.