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Model Version:1
Production Start:2002
Production End:2004
Suspension/Pivot System:VPP - Virtual Pivot Point
Material:Aluminum - 6000 series
Rear Wheel Travel:255mm
Size Range:S,M,L

Frame Specs

Compatible Forks:150mm to 200mm total travel - 200mm travel max
Headtube/Headset:1-1/8" Straight - External. S.H.I.S EC34/28.6 EC34/30
Seat Post:30.9mm - Minimum insertion 100mm
Front Derailleur:N/A - Single Front Chainring Only
BB Shell Width:73mm - Threaded - ISO
Chainline Spec:55mm
Recommended Max Tire Size:2.7 - may vary by tire and rim model
Brakes:Disc Brake - ISO
Max Brake Rotor Size:203mm
Rear Hub:Custom Hadley 140 x 15mm - uses 20mm floating brake mount for 160mm total hub spacing
Seatpost Clamp:34.9mm
Component Notes:The V10.1 uses a custom rear hub made by Hadley Racing.
The hub width is 140mm, and the Axle size is 15mm. 
The total rear dropout spacing is 160mm 
(140mm Hub + 20mm Floating Brake Mount = 160mm)- IMPORTANT - 
When calculating spoke lengths for the140mm hubs with 15mm thru axle, SUBTRACT 10mm from the center to flange measurement on the non-drive side of the hub and ADD 10mm to the drive side.
(Offset rim to hub centerline)V10.1 Hadley Hub specs:
Flange diameter 60mm on both sides.
Center to left flange is 25mm
Center to right flange is 45m
32 Spoke holesHadley Racing - +1 (909) 946-6780

Shock Specs

Rear Shock Eye-to-Eye:8.75"
Mounting Bushing Width Front:30mm
Mounting Bushing Width Rear:22mm
Mounting Bolt Diameter Front:8mm
Mounting Bolt Diameter Rear:8mm
Leverage Ratio:
3.6 : 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 25-28mm at the shock shaft - This equates to approximately 35-40% 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 - 400#140-160lbs - 450#160-170lbs - 450#180-200lbs - 500#210-230lbs - 550#

Torque Specs

Pivot BoltsM6 X 1.0 X 12 button head w/flangeLoctite 24260 inch lbs-
Shock Axle BoltsM5 X .8 X 8 allen head cap screws with washersGrease60 inch lbs-
Float Rod Mounting BoltsM8 X 1.25 X 25 allen head cap screwsLoctite 242120 inch lbs-
Upper Link Bearing Clamp BoltsM6 x 1.0Loctitie 24240 inch lbs-
Thru-Axle Pinch BoltM6 x 1.0Loctite 24240 inch lbs-
Dropout Bolts 
Chain-ring styleLoctite 24280 inch lbs-
Link Stop BoltM8 X 1.25 X 12 allen head cap screw)Loctite 24260 inch lbs-
v10 1 geometry