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rear brake rub by Jim F
I can't figure it out. My Ultegra rear brake on my Raleigh wet weather road bike rubs the rim no matter what. It's rubbing on the non-drive side, the same...
March 5th 08 07:19 AM
by icebike Go to last post
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Tools required for a BB and Crank remove and replace by Chris M
I have been in the market for a 110 BCD since 2002, when the only options were cyclo-cross or the sole carbon fiber alternative from FSA. There were also...
March 5th 08 03:23 AM
by Ryan Cousineau Go to last post
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The Nashbar Story by Ron George
Feel free to drop in comments. Thanks. http://cozybeehive.blogspot.com/2008/02/story-of-bike-nashbar.html
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March 5th 08 02:24 AM
by Ron George Go to last post
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bent presta stem by Hell And High Water
Seems I'm not smart enough to pump up a tire... The little stem/rod on my tire valves keeps getting bent. I have a decent Bontrager pump, but it has a...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
March 4th 08 10:25 PM
by datakoll Go to last post
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Disc brake ejection redivivus: Shimano solves it? by Ryan Cousineau
Somehow I didn't notice this earlier, but James "Angry Asian"* Huang reported on some early 2009 Shimano component...
March 4th 08 09:54 PM
by Marz Go to last post
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Seat post collar for carbon seat post by cycledogg
Hello, I am installing a Cannondale brand carbon seat post on a Cannondale Optimo frame. The instructions state to mount the collar with the bolt facing...
March 4th 08 07:58 PM
by Michael Press Go to last post
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SoftTail vs Sprung Saddle vs SUS Post? by PeteCresswell
For MTB riding, a hard tail with solid-rail saddle is out of the question for me. Not man enough, I guess. Acceptable alternatives would appear tb (although...
March 4th 08 04:52 PM
by DirtRoadie Go to last post
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Threadless steer tube extender by Camilo
My road bike has a 1 1/8 threadless carbon fork w/ integrated headset, metal steer tube. I have a 90mm 7 degree stem and the reach seems about right. (I've...
March 4th 08 01:38 PM
by Peter Cole[_2_] Go to last post
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Oh, cycling is definitely dangerous by Andre Jute
Bicycling is NOT very dangerous. -- Frank Krygowski Oh, cyclists are definitely very dangerous, Krygo. You just don't know it because the researchers have...
March 4th 08 04:42 AM
by Andre Jute Go to last post
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non-SIDI shoes with replaceable heel pads? by [email protected]
Can anyone make a suggestion on a brand that makes high-end shoes with replaceable heel pads? SIDIs don't fit me.
March 4th 08 04:12 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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cleaned out my guitar today by Ed Chait
My guitar was all dusty inside and maybe even had some dust bunnies in there, so I decided to clean it and restore it's tone. I first tried to vacuum it out,...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
March 4th 08 04:07 AM
by still just me Go to last post
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On taking delivery of Dutch city bike by Andre Jute
FWIW, some less than obvious points arising from my experience of buying Dutch bikes by e-mail and using them in a country where they are totally...
March 3rd 08 11:53 PM
by Andre Jute Go to last post
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Drum Brake: Different Lever? by (PeteCresswell)
The spokes arrived and, somehow, I managed to stumble through lacing and truing a drum-braked front wheel. I'm jazzed. Cleans up the bike more than I...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
March 3rd 08 11:10 PM
by Werehatrack Go to last post
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Ksyrium freehub drag by zencycle
I know I'm going to get chastised by the opinionated elitist dorks in this forum who think the only good wheel is hand built by an LBS for this post, but I...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
March 3rd 08 10:08 PM
by Jorge Lopez Go to last post
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older scott afd t1 frame -- weight, geometry? by geos[_2_]
hello, does anyone know geometry specifications and weight for older scott AFD T1 frame, size 56? I tried to find out some information on the internet but...
March 3rd 08 08:04 PM
by geos[_2_] Go to last post
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Pinarello treviso vintage classic 1984 Olympic games edition by [email protected]
I ma selling my beloved pinarello treviso frame and fork. columbus steel, very vintage. possibly one of the best and most classic frames from the...
March 3rd 08 01:29 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Cheaper Axle Nut Wrench by [email protected]
Don't be fool and pay $20+ for a wrench to remove your track/ singlespeed wheels. Go to Home Depot and get 7 stubby open end/box end combo wrenches in metric...
March 3rd 08 11:02 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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LOUIS VUITTON SWIMSUITS for Wifey.. she'll love you by Mami Mendoza
Trust me, wifey will love you long time for one... http://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/clo/593118577.html
March 2nd 08 10:04 PM
by Michael Baldwin Go to last post
1 92
bcd for "custom" crank? by futrino[_2_]
I have a old 1982 trek, with a double crank with "custom" stamped on the arm. Is this an odd BCD? I get about 68-69 mm between center of holes. according...
March 2nd 08 08:36 PM
by A Muzi Go to last post
3 152
Road Fork Conversion: 1' to 1 1/8"? by icebike
I have an older Giant TCR Team (anodised black, team graphics - same as the original ONCE frame) which came stock with Giant's original all- Carbon integrated...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
March 2nd 08 08:05 PM
by A Muzi Go to last post
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