- Maverick Speedball Spares Group Buy
On my speedball the only thing I've noticed wear in is the little brass guide block, but for $25 I'm willing to put up with some play! Frankly it's only noticeable when wiggling it by hand, on the bike it's fine.
As a D&T teacher I'm currently looking into making my own on the CNC machines at school – if I manage to get the tolerances right I'll be able to do the guide blocks for pence.Posted 8 years ago
As you may be aware UK spares are no longer available as Crank Brothers no longer support this.
To overcome this I am going to order some stuff from
dirtlabs seatpost spares
If any one wants anything to split the posting cosst then post up her and/or e-mail me.
Dont expect a huge discount over listed and I will share the invoice with everyone.
I also have a pdf guide for full service guide if anyone requires and can help people to fix/repair.Posted 8 years ago
Shouldn't need to buy one, just measure up the old one and the groove it goes into accurately and you should be able to replicate it.
I've only just started in my new school as an NQT, so not much time at the moment! But when I've got my head above water in a few weeks I'll have a look at it.Posted 8 years agoneil853Subscriber
Shiny – i'd like to know how you get on with your gravity dropper. I have a maverick and now the actual black sleeve has worn (the part which mates with the guide block) and that carries a $55 repair charge, i'm not going to pay that as parts are only going to become more rare and its becoming uneconomical.
The gravity dropper seems to be the best of a bad bunch 🙄Posted 8 years ago
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