Mountain bike (MTB) can mean almost any kind of off-road bicycle. Wide knobby tires, flat handlebars, maybe shocks, probably a sturdy frame...

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Reassembling Shimano FH-M150 rear hub

First time servicing a rear hub for me. I disassembled and cleaned my Shimano FH-M510 rear hub, removing the nut, washers and cone only from the left side of the axle. When I went to insert new ...
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Chain line adjustment when replacing triple crankset with single

I have an old Univega MTB with a triple 28-38-48 crankset and 6-speed freewheel. The bottom bracket is square taper with cup and bearings. I want to remove the front derailleur and convert to 48T ...
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Tall rider - good cockpit/body position for downhill

I have been riding mountain bikes since a long time, and I am riding only downhill/bikeparks since 2009. I've had several bikes, but I've never been in a real comfortable position when riding (or if I ...
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Did I purchase the correct brakes for my Huffy bike?

Did I purchase the correct bike brakes for my Huffy bicycle. I just put the back set on the back and no matter how hard I squeeze the brake it is not tight enough to stop bike. If anyone know please ...
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I self serviced my front-suspension - now its not bottoming out

So to clarify, I followed the instructions from RockShox about how to service my front-suspension. Serviced both my upper and lower legs. Swapped some of the o-rings and seals. Added the designated ...
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How strong is the remote lockout on rock shox?

I ask because I realized yesterday that I had left lockout on for hours of riding at a bmx style track hitting jumps and wallrides. I found the lockout helped a lot and I'll continue using it for ...
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Help identifying MTB frame

Apologies making ANOTHER one of these threads...Anyhows: Bought a bike third hand, frame has been stripped and painted. Trying to find make & model so I can get some offset bushings for the shock. ...
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Giant Reign shock travel?

I've just bought a Fox Float X 2014 for my 2015 Giant Trance. It fits my Trance perfect but I may be upgrading to a 2015 Giant Reign. I was thinking would my shock fit onto a reign? The size of mine ...
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Changed shifters and chain isn't in same spot

My friend changed out the shifters on his bike and his rear derailleur isn't on the right sprocket based on what his shifter says. How can you fix this?
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mountain bike URT modify

How do you make a Unified Rear Triangle mountain bike a hardtail bike? Is it possible to replace the rear shock with a solid piece thus creating a hardtail? Also, are there any pro mountain bikers ...
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SR Suntour Fork Disassembly - No Screw/Bolt near Dropouts / Giant Sedona LX 2005

I have a Giant Sedona LX... probably from 2005 (?) with an SR Suntour fork on it. Magnesium... I'm trying to disassemble the fork to inspect whether it is rusted (and will be tossed as it is not ...
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Trellis style frame

Hi can anyone identify this frame,see picture attached.
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26er Rims for a 26x1.95 tire?

My rims are pretty old and I need help in buying a new one.Can i use a 26er Rims for a 26x1.95 tire?
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Extender for HAMAX child-bike-seat?

I just bought my wife an awesome Merida Juliet. But our (existing) Hamax bike seat doesn't fit over the tire when mounted to the frame (just touches the back wheel) and mounted on the seat post the ...
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Backpack advice?

I have a Camelbak Kudu 12 (http://shop.camelbak.com/kudu-12/d/1344) backpack. I've tried riding with it a few times but it's just not working. Whenever I ride down a trail, the backpack hits the back ...
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What frame is this?

could you help to find out the brand, type, & year model of this MTB frame (attached) ? Best regards.