Pacific Tuscon Men's Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike (26-Inch Wheels)
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- Dual-suspension mountain bike with hi-tensile steel frame
- 18-speed Index multi-speed shifters for smooth control
- Sure-stopping front and rear linear pull brakes
- Adjustable quick-release seat; 1.95-inch tires
- Attractive silver and black color; 1-year warranty
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Enjoy a comfortable ride whether on the trail or in the street with the Pacific 26" Tucson Men's Bike. With all the features of this bike, you have an ideal mountain bike for almost any application.
Enjoy a comfortable ride whether on the trail or in the street with the Pacific Tucson men's dual-suspension mountain bike. The 26-inch bike features a handcrafted high-tensile steel frame, 18-speed Index multi-speed shifters, and front and rear linear pull brakes. Add in an adjustable quick-release seat--which allows you to adjust the seat up and down in seconds for individual comfort--and you have an ideal mountain bike for almost any application.
- Powder-coated, rust-resistant steel frame
- Front and rear linear pull brakes
- 3-piece crank with steel chain guard
- 26-inch steel wheels with 1.95-inch tires
- 18-speed Index torque-drive twist shifters
- Age: Adult (62 inches tall and up)
- Color: Silver and black
- Warranty: 1 year
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"THIRD MONTH REVIEW" DEC/'10
~ FIRST: As soon as I pumped the tires to max pressure, 50 psi, the back tube went out whilst on the road, expected that. I already had a spare, no prob, fixed it. Front tube is still what-iffy, have extra in backpack. Can fix it.
~ NEXT: Cheap brakes went out prematurely within a week, luckily I knew how to replace them with the older thicker more HD type, 4X $1 a piece, no prob. Had to Read booklet instructions for know how on V-type brakes. Definitely recommend replacing them as soon as you get the bike to a more HD type.
~ THIRD: The seat was too narrow, no prob., expected that, had a spare wide gel seat form old bike.
~ FOURTH: The front suspension cover caps kept slipping & staying stuck up & out, no prob, WD40 light oil lubrication like seemed to work for now.
~ FIFTH: Ta'day the right pedal fell off, per as instructions I had to put them on correctly, & -tight-, the right pedal screws in clockwise, whilst the left pedal screws in counterclockwise, AnyWay, today the right one fell off as I began entering an intersection crosswalk, (the first pedal pump is the hardest) but because of expected instinct, luckily I only got a scrape. Preventive maintenance is a must.
~ IN CONCLUSION: Expected it -all- along, & with past experience & spare parts I ended up tricking it up to the sweetest tuned hopping tweak. This bike has a dual suspension consisting of double front inner frame pistons & a unique rear single spring & piston suspension, This bike took a beating from my everytime city bikuur hopping routine, & I had also bought it for the high tensile strength steel frame. To conclude, I got what I paid for, & expected, that is, after some read to know how instructions & some good old greasy elbow fixin'.
I can't enjoy the bike anymore, not even 2weeks after i got it:
The pedal started squeaking,
I fixed the crank arm -> Crank Shaft's nut for the 4th time
Replaced half of the rear break
Adjusted the brakes (again)
And now i can't use the bike because the crank arm -> crank shaft's nut won't stay in place. The guys at the bike shop GLUED it in place and the glue didn't hold,,,
So i can't ride the bike without fearing for my safety
After 1.5 weeks of use the bike is broken :(/ Not worth fixing. just putting the new break pads on it cost me almost half of what the bike cost. Rims on the one I got are extremely easy to bend. And while riding it the pedals fall off.