Weight of Crossmax stickers??

Discuss light weight issues concerning mountain bikes & parts.

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hoss
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by hoss

I have a set of '02 Crossmax, non-disc, and am curious what the stickers weigh. Thanks in advance.

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nikh
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by nikh

Very funny, you are joking aren't you :wink:
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hoss
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by hoss

No, I'm serious, and how much weight would I save it I removed every fourth spoke. Thanks in advance. :lol:

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polaris
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by polaris

...why not remove the wheel and forks completely and go for a unicycle.

...have you thought about amputation, you don't really need four fingers and a thumb on both hands do you?
.....but it still has to work!

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Knut
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by Knut

That's a great idea Polaris - amputation that is, I'm not nearly competent enough to ride a unicycle XC... 8)

Joel
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by Joel

I shouldn't drop spokes, because the wheel will be totaly unbalansed. But when you can't resist, you can shave the spokes (from +/-3mm to 2.5mm par example) :lol:

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