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trailfairy1

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Trek Remedy Rebuilt
« on: Jun 29, 2014, 23:02 »
Went and treated my self again,

SLX Cranks.
SLX 2013 brakes
Shimano SPD pedals
2014 Revelations 150mm
Lust rear tyre with them both set up tubeless.
Some new headset bearings so it actually goes where i point it
A set of frame bearings, not bad for 5/6 years from a set of bearings except the main pivot which were done last year.
Got it set up at the moment with a single rethal ring up front with 9 speed rear, with a slightly modified superstar chain device to make it smoother and quieter!

« Last Edit: Jun 30, 2014, 17:32 by trailfairy1 »
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ilovedirt99

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Re: Trek Remedy Rebuilt
« Reply #1 on: Jun 30, 2014, 14:43 »
Nice, that's a tidy little machine!

trailfairy1

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Re: Trek Remedy Rebuilt
« Reply #2 on: Jul 05, 2014, 17:19 »
Thanks. Had it from new in the beginning of 2009 and the only think that's original is the seat and the top headset cup. The last things to be replaced were the forks and I've done two ride on them now. Solid 2lbs saving over the coil lyric and the air gives a much smoother ride when it really gets rough, I dd wonder how I would get on with a less beefy shorter travel fork but I love them! 
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