Weight listings outdated

Discuss light weight issues concerning mountain bikes & parts.

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tambo731
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by tambo731

I love our listings section, but it seems to have a lot of outdated parts. I am hard pressed to find anything past 2007 on there. What gives? :cry:
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by TheRookie

It relies on people posting weights, how many have you posted?
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tambo731
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by tambo731

Right you are. I am one of the guilty parties. In my defense, it has been quite a while since I've purchased any new parts. New parts are on my list though. Feel free to take a gander at my other recent post.
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by flameboy

You are looking at the wrong place. :beerchug:

Take a look here:

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clouchi
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by clouchi

That it good, but what I liked about weightweenies a few years ago, was that it was not just current lightest bits, but also some old bits and also some slightly more normal bits. For example, perhaps someone had a 853 frame. It is not the lightest, but what can be achieved with it? Or an MTBer who has really a really specialized fork for the local rocky terrain. Would it cut the mustard?

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