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  1. my Saris rack was missing a bolt. I got on to the site and see Cindy 🙂
  2. ROCKSHOX MONARCH PLUS BASIC SERVICE KIT https://www.jensonusa.com/Rockshox-Monarch-Plus-Basic-Service-Kit-2?pt_source=googleads&pt_medium=cpc&pt_campaign=shopping_us&pt_keyword=&gclid=Cj0KCQjwyJn5BRDrARIsADZ9ykHy4MXw7AmBvcwMzYe8m-XeQso21K_V_N0P-hDAbFGpfmoLHQ6EaxcaAlpJEALw_wcB P/N 11.4115.129.010 this is for an older Monarch. new and unopened
  3. I would use the CO2 to seat the tire. I don't know if tires have gotten better but in the last few years but I haven't had to use an air compressor to seat a tire. A floor pump does just fine. I normally seat the tire, remove the valve stem core and add my sealant and reinflate Found the perfect rack https://www.saris.com/product/superclamp-ex-2-cargo
  4. Remote working and space for the kids to learn and play is key for us. No lumbering around in an RV or Sprinter. I do wish our Pilot was 4WD but it’ll do. We are minimalist and there’s a Wally World nearly everywhere. Just no HEB’s 😞 A molle panel is something I need to look into. My 4runner had one for the rear side window. I need to select me essential car tools and bike tools and figure how I’ll pack/store then. I was thinking I would pass on the floor pump and use CO2 or my pump from my waist pack
  5. Posted on FB. I will be someone flexible on the price and have extras I will throw in for anyone on here. The size is medium but its really a large. My 6'3 250lb friend was on it Bentonville for a week and it was fine apart from needing the rear spokes tensioned https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/337150397312862/
  6. We have copies of all the kids birth certificates in our family iCould. That was a good reco. The bikes will get locked up with a cable lock while on the road. The Yakima Skybox will hold all clothes, shoes, coats and a stroller. We don't need to pack much in the way of clothes or food and we'll be using vacuum storage bags to save space. The Pilot will be a great vehicle as it's the one we have and it's been good on all our other trips.
  7. We've sold our home and will traveling with our 3 kids(6yo,3yo,1yo) for an undetermined amount of time. I have a list already of what I need to take for working, riding and getting out with all the kids. We will be staying at AirBnB's so a lot of the basics will be covered. What are some necessary items yall travel with if you're going to be away for awhile? Hoping to get some ideas for things I haven't considered Our vehicle is a Honda Pilot with a Yakima Skybox 21 and a 4 bike rack(which I need to purchase still). First major stop is CO, then UT and who knows
  8. Free Harbor Freight parts bins. There is a wall mount that goes with these as well. Pick up is in Pflugerville 45/130 area https://www.harborfreight.com/material-handling/parts-storage/parts-bins-racks/20-piece-poly-bins-and-rails-41949.html
  9. My first every mountain bike on the day I brought it home - 10/1/06. Purchased from Ozone RIP
  10. I have a wheel box if anyone needs it for shipping. Located in Plugerville. PM if you want it
  11. kids skills area off Sam Walton Blvd. My 5yo had a lot of fun and got to ride most of All American and some of the new wooden roller features in "phase 2"
  12. Newp. Wasnt even on my radar. My favorites on this trip where Tunnel Vision in Bella Vista and Fitzgerald Mountain. Lots of new stuff in Bentonville and I'm always so jealous when visiting(was here in Nov, then 3 weeks ago, again last week and leaving tomorrow) My wife and I were up here visiting my family and then had 6 days with our friends and their kids. Spent a lot of time playing tour guide and drinking too much
  13. nonboost. i ended up seeing the 350 vibrocore's on crc earlier and pulled the trigger. i had the Hub shop here in town true my SRAM rear wheel and today on Fitzgerald Mountain / Best Trail Ever I got a stick in the spokes. hurray
  14. Peddler's pub is take out only and the Amazeum museum is closed(i have young kids). Every restaurant we went to required a mask entering, going to your table and then going to the bathroom. I have been into The Hub bike shop a few times and their hours are normal. I've been up here twice this month and would say it seems mostly normal.
  15. I've got two wheelsets and both require tensioning and true'ing every couple months. One set is Stan's Flow and the other SRAM Roam 40. (i'm currently in Bentonville and having one of the wheels tensioned/true'd...) I saw Jenson has the Oozy 350 wheelset for under 400 and the engagement looks good on their hub. Just curious if anyone has abused them locally and how they've held up? I was considering having a wheelset built but for under 400 that Oozy wheelset looks guud especially if I can get 2 years of casing jumps and plowing rock gardens out of them.
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