Will these pads fit with the Avid Elixir 4's (aka Juicy 3 calipers)? Also, are they sintered pads?
Good tool that has served its purpose thus far.
the drivers are short and won't reach some places on the bike
the drivers like to swing out on their own when you're using one of them. They won't stay in place without something holding them there
this tool rusts, don't get it wet.
otherwise this tool has been great. i like the look of it and the quality of the casing, other than that it rusts easily. Has enough tools to almost tune up an entire bike
Good chain cleaner and solvent. Used it on 2 dirty chains and both came out 95% brand new. The problem is that the bottle of solvent included is not enough for more than 4 uses. People say i can use something like simple green + water instead; then rinse off with water after. The chain cleaner is clumsy at first, i've spilled lots of that solvent and also pulled the chain off the FD a few times. Takes 2 tries to get used to not pulling the chain off.
Piece of cake to use and makes chain cleaning very easy without a need to remove the chain.
Very good helmet. Got it for my gf and she loves the styling on it. The colors are very bright in person. There seems to be adequate ventilation and comes with a nice visor to direct the air/block some sun.
The helmet isn't as light as my Specialized Decibel, but mine cost $80 as opposed to this one. Comes in a fancy box, also with some extra padding.
This is your entry level basic stand. The quality is good enough for everyday home usage. The clamping mechanism is the "screw-in" type and wont be the same as those you see used in bike shops. This clamp is not upgradable. Holding the bike up and getting the clamp tightened takes a bit of time. The stand is study; but is heavy. The legs fold up, but the clamping arm doesn't, so dont expect it to fold into a small package.
Overall, a good stand for those who will occasionally use it for basic maintenance. If you plan to work on your bike on a daily basis, consider a stand with a different clamping mechanism