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EAI Bareknuckle 52cm

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EAI Bareknuckle, Cane Creek 110

Shimano / DT Swiss / CR18

Shimano Deore / DT Swiss / DP18

Miche / Campagnolo Chorus

Selle Italia / Campagnolo

Time ATAC xs / 7 Speed Cassette

Shimano SIS / Shimano 600

Tektro / MX

53 x 13-26 7 speed

Road knuckle!

Sold knuckle!

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let us see a drive side picture!

I want to see what you did in there

i want

i want to do a 3 tap down a three stair with this thing



sweet beater!

sweet beater!

Whats wrong with you

Were not hating were just looking out. Your obviously an idiot if you buy a wheel that has a bad history. Spinergy doesnt back this wheel up anymore because of that issue




you see me, hi haters.

ride or die, my friend.

yeah, check it out

yeah, check it out homie.

17 stories of spinergy rev x failure. most of those resulting in catastrophy. be careful with that shit.



holy shit.

holy shit.

watch out!

exploding wheel comin thru

nice frame


That wheel will not explode, it's made for a +180 pound rider.

Thanks for the comment though!

when the standing still subsides, the moving will resides.
each covert compassion yields to its known spectacle.

sorry dude but I had the

sorry dude but I had the same wheel , as did a local shop owner. both exploded in the hub, mine took a month, his took 3, just wait for a good skid stop or skid one day, that hub will disintegrate. people get away with the front ones because the issue is not weight like you think, but different types and levels of forward and reverse push pull/stress on the hub constantly, it rips it free of the carbon blades. front hubs have no real issue unless the rivets fail on the blades, rear fixed hubs have completely different hub issues with the constant stop and go from a fixed gear as well as the rivet and flex problems.

I really hope thats not a surly fixxer conversion which it probably is, and either way dont be in an intersection when it happens.



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