Dave’s Super Stab

Dave's-StabDemo Dave, our badass do-it-all in-house mega shredder, has built the mother of all Stab’s, fully customized, weighing in at 33 pounds. Take a gander at this piece of downhill gemstone. Click the read more button to see all of Dave’s custom components.

Frame: 2009 Sm Stab Supreme Crome hollow rockers Alu, bolts cut 73mm shell, Brake Therapy Carbon DH Floating Brake Rod, paint done by Brent VandenBroek Hijinx Custom Creations Sarnia, Ontario
Fork: 2010 RockShox Boxxer WC w Flat Crown
Shock: 2009 Fox DHX Air w Alu. Reducers
Wheels: 2009 Mavic DeeMax
Tires: Maxxis Minion Tubeless 2.5
Brakes: Shimano XTR 8″F 6″R / Saint
Cranks: XTR 165mm
Chain: Sram PC89R
Cassette: DuraAce 9spd
Headset: Chris King Gold
Stem: Point 1 SE w Ti hardware
Bar: Cromag OSX Chrome 30″
Grips: ODI Ruffian
Pedals: WahWah
Seat: WTB Devo Carbon/Ti
Post: FSA Carbon with Shim
Guide: 2010 E-13 LG1+
Ring: E-13 DH 38t
R/D: SRAM XO / Saint
Shifter: SRAM XO / Saint

One thought on “Dave’s Super Stab

  1. Phil Thibaudeau says:

    Dude, sick Kona. Did having hollow rockers affect the rigidity of the bike? I’m a machinist and I’m contemplating building different length and material rockers. Also, I wanna do them hollow, but , because there is always a but, I’m 260lbs. Football was my first love you see… So, in you humble opinion DemoDave, should FlyingPhil do up a set of hollow rockers and hit the hills?

    Cheers,

    Phil

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