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super 8 2 hero 1
super 8 2 detail 1
super 8 2 detail 2


Model Version:2
Production Start:2000
Production End:2002
Suspension/Pivot System:Single Pivot
Rear Wheel Travel:215mm
Size Range:S,M,L

Frame Specs

Compatible Forks:150-180mm single and dual crown forks 180mm travel max
Headtube/Headset:1-1/8" Straight - External. S.H.I.S EC34/28.6 EC34/30
Seat Post:31.6mm - Minimum Insertion 100mm
Front Derailleur:N/A - Single Front Chainring Only
BB Shell Width:68mm - Threaded - ISO
Chainline Spec:55mm
Recommended Max Tire Size:2.5 - may vary by tire and rim model
Brakes:Disc Brake only

 - Rear disc mount uses Rock Shox Boxxer style disc adapter
Max Brake Rotor Size:203mm
Rear Hub:160 x 14mm (Through Axle) - Custom Hadley Racing Hub - Zero Dish
Seatpost Clamp:34.9mm
Component Notes:Component Notes: 
The Super8.2 compatible with both 24” or 26” Dia. rear wheels - Adjust dropouts accordingly.

The Hadley/Super 8 rear hub dimensions are:
Spoke holes - 32
Hub width - 35mm from center of hub to flange on both sides (Dishless wheel)
Flange width - 60mm from eye to eye.
Axle diameter - 14mm 68mm shell width - Use 73mm BB for chain tensioner mounting, BB Spindle length is 127-128mm for 55mm chainline.

Shock Specs

Rear Shock Eye-to-Eye:7.875"
Mounting Bushing Width Front:22mm
Mounting Bushing Width Rear:41mm
Mounting Bolt Diameter Front:8mm
Mounting Bolt Diameter Rear:8mm
Leverage Ratio:3.5 : 1
Rear Shock Setup:Because it is highly likely the original rear shocks on older models are repaired/replaced/upgraded throughout the lifetime of the frame, we offer some very basic tuning guidelines, and recommend using the original rear shock manufacturers manual for more detailed set-up for the specific rear shock you have. Contact the rear shock manufacturer for info if you do not have it.
The key component for set-up with any rear shock here is sag. Once you have that set-up correctly, the rest of the shock settings are fine tuning adjustments (Rebound and Compression damping, etc.) set to rider preference.-Recommended sag is 12-15mm at the shock shaft - This equates to approximately 25% of the total rear wheel travel. Less sag = a firmer suspension feel.-For Coil rear shocks here is a rough spring size to weight guideline for average coil shocks.
This can vary based on rear shock model and manufacturer.100-130lbs - 600#140-160lbs - 700#160-170lbs - 750#180-200lbs - 800#210-230lbs - 850#

Torque Specs

Shock Shuttle Bolts To rear shock mountLoctite 242100 Inch lbs-
Front Shock Eyelet Shock to frameLoctite 242132 Inch lbs-
Main Pivot BoltSwingarm to frameLoctitie 24242 Inch lbs-
Main Pivot Bearing ClampSwingarm bearingLoctitie 24242 Inch lbs-
Rear Dropout BoltsRear dropout to swingarmLoctite 24242 Inch lbs-
super 8 2 geometry