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    Although I don't have a Sunday, I love this thread.

    Every year I see people swapping for new bikes, all new kit, gear etc -- I wont characterize.

    Im going into year 3 of my v10c and it's still one of the most sought after frames; aside from scuffs, it is, and can be absolutely perfect mechanically for years to come -- I expect at least 5 of use - and it will still be excellent after the fact.

    My 2007 VPFree is short shocked and still in service, running as well as new. As is my 2002 Chameleon.




    And the same for cars.


    bravo!

    Too bad they didnt make real XL Sunday's or I might have to grab one and play this game.
    Last edited by Huck Banzai; 12-05-2012 at 08:32 AM.

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    My new video
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    Hi everyone!

    Looks I have just bought a Sunday and I'm trying to rebulid it. I almost have to replace all of the bearings and I have a little problem with the lower link bearing (at the shock) which I don't understand completely. When I removed the retaining bolts bearings came out with them.
    Is it normal?
    When I thighten them back, looks they don't go deep enought into their places and streches the link. So the the sock has a lateral play, not to mention the bearings unsmooth run.

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    It`s definitely not normal that the bearing comes out with the bolts!! Is the frame still originally painted or does it have a new painting? I have more space now due to removing the old paint, I had to glue the bearings to stay in place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marius View Post
    I had to glue the bearings to stay in place.
    In my best Sheila Broflovski voice: "What, What, WHAT?"

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    It's the original paint. There's no paint in the bearing's place.
    I have a friend who can make me new bolts. So I can install new bearings and grease the new bolts prevent the above mentioneds.

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    @sundaydoug: a bit of loctite on the outside of the bearing and then pressed in. It won`t fall out and runs perfect and smooth.

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    I have some misc Sunday linkage bits, the plates, both the upper and lower link, and some other stuff I believe. I'll post a pic sometime today. Shoot me a private message with an offer if interested, not looking to make a lot of $$, more interested in just being able to help a Sunday owner. I'm now riding a dw DHR but my Sunday served me well and would like to pass some of that on to you guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by csermonet View Post
    I have some misc Sunday linkage bits, the plates, both the upper and lower link, and some other stuff I believe. I'll post a pic sometime today. Shoot me a private message with an offer if interested,
    check your pm pls!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marius View Post
    @sundaydoug: a bit of loctite on the outside of the bearing and then pressed in. It won`t fall out and runs perfect and smooth.
    Bearing retainer compound is one thing, but I was picturing someone using actual glue to hold bearings in. Like Elmer's glue.
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    These are the Sunday gubbins I have, let me know via PM if you are interested, with an offer.

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    I am looking for an iron horse Sunday, anyone want sell a Frame size medium 2009?

    cheers

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    After a year of trying to kid myself that I was comfortable on my 2010 demo, it looks like I'm going back to a sunday, and I cant bloody wait! Has anyone tried using a shock with a slightly shortened stroke on the frame? I know the cross brace in the rear end would hit the seat tube so that would have to be cut away slightly.

    Also, to people who have cut out the uprights either side of the shock, how much did you cut out? Was it a dremel job?
    Cheers!

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    Short shock is a bad idea because of the way dw-link works - the antisquat percentage starts off quite high and then starts falling away after the sag point, which is why you get a combination of excellent acceleration and no perceivable kickback from the pedals. Change the sag point and you change that relationship. For whatever it's worth, the cross-brace meets the seat tube pretty much square, so it would most likely have to be cut completely if at all.

    I also think it's a bad idea because the BB on the Sunday doesn't need to be any lower, especially when slacker cups drop the BB a bit anyway. What I would do instead is throw in whatever cups you need to get the head angle you desire (-2* if needed). I think with a 40 fork and -2* you can get it slack enough for anything really.

    As for the cutouts - just mark it out and then dremel it, I think most people followed my cutout pattern, and I just copied what was on Sam Hill's bike (and took away a small amount more).


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