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David Sunde

David Sunde

David Sundewrote a review of on September 4, 2015

5 5

Having run 1x10 and 1x11, I almost prefer a 1x10 Shimano upgrade over the 1x11 for a few simple reasons. Cost is significantly less if you're already running a 10 speed rear derailleur and shifter (XT or XTR is best here). 11 speed will require a new shifter, derailleur, cassette and potentially a hub driver. Depending on the riding you do, it is a bit quicker to go from top to bottom in 10 gears than 11 with the same overall ratio as the XTR 11sp. You only miss one gear in the mid range in comparison. Shifting is still smooth, installation is pretty simple and set up easy with the included B-Screw to give your derailleur clearance. Other upgrades to make this run even better would be a Radr cage from OneUp and a race face narrow wide chain ring for your crank. Overall, awesome product and the best bang for the buck when upgrading your bike.

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David Sunde

David Sundewrote a review of on September 4, 2015

4 5

It should be obvious that these aren't your full blown DH knee pads. These are an added layer of protection when you just don't know what the trail could throw at you. They've saved me some skin on a few occasions already and wish I had them in years past to do the same. When the full face helmet goes on, then the POC DH pads go on too.

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David Sunde

David Sundewrote a review of on September 4, 2015

5 5

Having been a fan of the Maxxis High Roller 2, after 1 ride on these I was hooked! Puns.. I've been running lower air pressure than any other tire with no burps, blowouts, sidewall cuts etc. They roll better with the center knob placement and grip well all the way out to the very edges. Swapping tires is a thing of the past. These are my go to for Park City, to Moab to the park.

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