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29er / Re: Klaster_1's Dengfu M06 build
« on: September 03, 2017, 03:06:52 PM »
Great info! And just my thought about the frame durability. Getting a 2nd hand Fox 130mm travel next week that I will try on the bike.

The seat tube angle is already with a 100mm Fork on the edge. Sure you want to push it even further?

29er / Re: New DengFu M06 Build Coming
« on: July 29, 2017, 02:13:13 PM »
Are you sure you need all those spacers + positive stem + riser handlebar? The frame looks awesome though!

29er / Re: New DengFu M06 Build Coming
« on: July 27, 2017, 03:37:59 PM »
Looks really nice!
What size and weight?

29er / Re: DENGFU M02?
« on: July 04, 2017, 09:34:54 AM »
The head angle of 71.5° would be a no go for me. My favourite chiner frame is a Tideace FM-M009. Have a look on aliexpress.

29er / Re: Klaster_1's Dengfu M06 build
« on: March 21, 2017, 01:53:49 PM »
I would eloxadize it. Otherwise it might soon start to corrode. Especially in combination with carbon.

29er / Re: Mickes Dengfu M06 build
« on: March 12, 2017, 06:54:10 AM »
Nice build story. Thanks for sharing! Only the saddle is a bit bulky compared to the rest. I would consider trying sth. lighter. Doesn't have to pure carbon. Maybe one of these:

29er / Re: Klaster_1's Dengfu M06 build
« on: March 09, 2017, 11:27:17 AM »
Hi, I got my frame today!
More parts - and pictures - to come!

Awesome! I'm also interested in this frame. What about making your own build thread?

29er / Re: Klaster_1's Dengfu M06 build
« on: March 07, 2017, 08:32:00 AM »
The only problem i can see with the frame is they have positioned bottle cage too far up the down tube. A bottle won't fit under the shock and if i turn the shock around i cant use the remote.
i see from previous drawing on here, dengfu have the cage bolt hole drilled a 180 from the BB which would work frame is drilled at 225mm which is useless. :'(

Wow, that's big issue. A xc bike without bottle cage is next to useless. Did you confront them with this error? Normally they should replace that frame. Would be a test to check the real customer friendliness.
As a fallback it should be possible to use a cage with straps. 

Yeah, you are indeed right!  ;) Communication is very cultural dependent. This is a good example. Plus I am not the most patient guy. Especially if I spend loads of money. But if I know what to expect I'm calmer and more patient.
Anyways, I finally got an answer. The items are shipped and I have my tracking number plus pictures which I don't want to hide from you :D. Incredible weights! I asked for lighter samples, but I couldn't imagine they would be that light!  8)  (I hope they last...)

HR928C rear

HR927C front

Yes I did have contact. I asked about a tracking number. He said the rims were not shipped yet. To my question (which I asked twice) when they would be shipped I didn't get a reply.  :-\

Glad to hear that the items are finally shipped. I'm currently making similar experiences. I ordered part for my new bike from several chinese sellers. From Dashine I've ordered my frame and bar. They arrived about 8 days later which is amazing. Same happened with my fork. I got it about one week later. Crank and hubs are on their way. But my rims aren't even shipped yet. I ordered them from XMcarbonspeed over two weeks ago and they aren't even shipped yet. When I asked (twice) when they will be shipped I got no answer. So I hope there's still hope that I will get my rims...

29er / Re: No idea what this frame is, is it ok?
« on: March 06, 2016, 01:30:54 PM »
Happily there's not only one   8). You will find exactly this frame in xcbarny's thread 'Dashine Bike Carbon 29er Singlespeed Build' purchased from Dashine. Upon his review and build I also just ordered the frame (and a cool bar). The contact so far is a delight. Quick and precise answers. It took them about 5 work days to send the frame. The tracking says it landed in Switzerland already (2 days later). Let's see if my frame is just as nice as xcbarny's.

29er / Re: My wife's CS-041 29er hardtail
« on: February 24, 2016, 10:07:54 AM »
I was especially referring to the 041 when saying that a set back sp might be too flexy (also depending on the post). I agree with you that the bike setup is also individual, but I would try to minimize the horizontal distance between saddle and bb to achieve a better power transmission.

Component Deals & Selection / Re: Shopping experiences with
« on: February 24, 2016, 09:59:43 AM »
I just know the german version - They are pretty big in Germany. Seems to be the same company. I've ordered there several times. No issues.

29er / Re: My wife's CS-041 29er hardtail
« on: February 23, 2016, 08:31:50 AM »
I was wondering anyways why one would use a set back seat post. It changes the intended bike geo. You would sit too far behind the BB. Plus I would say a 27.2mm set back seat post might flex too much on the 041.
I'm curious to hear from the next test ride.

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