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PostPosted: Thu Dec 10, 2015 9:56 pm 
BoTY & PoTM Winner
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here is the link between the nice Ti handlebar and the even nicer headset.
WTB powerband stem.

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wtb_rider wrote:
here is the link between the nice Ti handlebar and the even nicer headset.
WTB powerband stem.

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Very cool.

Haven't had to find a stem but that is classy


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wtb_rider wrote:
here is the link between the nice Ti handlebar and the even nicer headset.
WTB powerband stem.

Image


Love that stem/bar combo - that is tidy! :o I remember the WTB stuff BITD seeming super expensive - even more so than some of the top line Shimano counter parts... never realised their headsets were Chris King


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Some old grips !


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2016 5:51 pm 
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I acquired a WTB hub the other day on another of my Pro Flex purchases. Intrigued by the grease guard I just pumped some grease through it. Nothing appeared, then some grimy stuff then clean. Hub now running lovely and smoothly (it wasn't bad before but definitely better now).

It reminded me of the quick regreasing trick with SPDs of partly filling the pedal body with some grease the screwing the axle assembly back in. Always very satisfying.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2016 4:56 am 
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I've got a set of the new paradigm hubs from the mid 90s, it was a second set as the first set got pinched when my salsa got took from the back of the car!


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