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DIY CHAIN LINK TOOL by [email protected]
Ran the chain. And the aluminum CR with it. No use keeping the snake bit CR on with a new chain- off to spare parts. On with the used but 75% left 8 speed...
January 10th 06 01:05 AM
by B Paton Go to last post
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barcon/handlebarbar fit issues.... by sal bass
the ID of my Nitto B601bar is 17mm the OD of my Campagnolo barcons is 19mm. to get these two parts to work together, which would be better to remove the...
January 9th 06 10:08 PM
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carbon fork dropouts by Eric Shanabrook
Are there any fork carbon-dropout durability issues, it seems like metal might be a better material...for the dropouts? Could Carbon fiber crumble/crush under...
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January 9th 06 09:59 PM
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test by thesuper
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January 9th 06 09:52 PM
by RonSonic Go to last post
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Battery Size for Vetta computer by CDC
Hello, I have a Vetta C-20 computer that has been setting around and now I am going to put it to use again on my mountain bike but I have lost the battery for...
January 9th 06 07:15 PM
by Alex Rodriguez Go to last post
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42t chainring on the outside? by erikv
I'd like to run a 38/42 or possibly a 38/44 setup on my cyclocross bike (DA 9spd drivetrain). All the 42t chainrings I see are inner chainrings. Will they...
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January 9th 06 07:05 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Need Recommendation on Bike for Wife by TMB Drum Alum
Hi all, I am looking for input on a bike for my wife. For the most part we do recreational rides, with one century a year. She currently rides a Trek 1000...
January 9th 06 05:01 PM
by TMB Drum Alum Go to last post
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cyclometer by Warren Davies
I have a sigma speedmaster 7000 model and cannot remeber how to set the wheel size (lost the leaflet that came with it) I have a choice of 3 wheel sizes then a...
January 9th 06 03:46 PM
by Neil Brooks Go to last post
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Chain length... old chestnut by Deep Thought
Is there general agreement that when replacing chain the method of placing chain around largest rear cassette cog and largest chainring PLUS 2 links(WITHOUT...
January 9th 06 03:24 PM
by David L. Johnson Go to last post
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Presta valve sticks. by Michael Press
One of my presta valves sticks. Even though I push it before connecting the pump chuck, it requires over-pressure of approximately 50 psi to overcome...
January 9th 06 02:32 PM
by Peter Cole Go to last post
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2 Fitting Questions........ by [email protected]
hi, wondering if there was any bike fitting technique to know how far forward/back my seat should be clamped on the rails (ie. is there a certain distance the...
January 9th 06 01:58 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Why so few spokes? by [email protected]
Why do modern bikes have so few spokes? Surely this must mean that the wheels have less strength? I have a very old bike that has 40 spokes on the real wheel...
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January 9th 06 11:11 AM
by Sandy Go to last post
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Lightweight Rear Rack For 700C Road Bike? by Kinky Cowboy
On Sun, 08 Jan 2006 21:19:22 -0500, Steve Sr. wrote: Hello, I am looking for a lightweight aluminum or stainless bike rack fhat will...
January 9th 06 09:30 AM
by Kinky Cowboy Go to last post
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Removing a stuck adjustable cup (Bottom Bracket) by Brian Huntley
There's no way a pin-wrench is going to be able to budge the supposedly non-fixed cup (ie left side) on my all-weather commuter bike. I'm fairly sure the...
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January 9th 06 07:41 AM
by A Muzi Go to last post
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Time and Crank Brothers Cleats by Llatikcuf
Can one use cleats from Crank Brothers Candy SL pedals for Time XS pedals? I have heard they are compatible. -Nate
January 9th 06 03:49 AM
by Llatikcuf Go to last post
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2 Fitting Questions........ by [email protected]
hi, wondering if there was any bike fitting technique to know how far forward/back my seat should be clamped on the rails (ie. is there a certain distance the...
January 9th 06 03:41 AM
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Lightweight Rear Rack For 700C Road Bike? by Dane Buson
In rec.bicycles.misc Steve Sr. wrote: Hello, I am looking for a lightweight aluminum or stainless bike rack fhat will fit the rear...
January 9th 06 03:36 AM
by Dane Buson Go to last post
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test by thesuper
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January 9th 06 03:31 AM
by Michael Press Go to last post
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How tight should hub skewers be? by Stephen Montgomery
I have Rolf Vector Comp wheelsets on my bike. The rear wheel will shift out of alignment under hard pedaling, such as cranking up a hill while standing on the...
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January 9th 06 02:43 AM
by Glyph Go to last post
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question about removing metal...... by thesuper
the ID of my Nitto B601 bars is 17mm. the OD of my Campy barcons is 19mm. which would it be safest to remove metal from to get this combo to work?
January 9th 06 02:35 AM
by Ted Bennett Go to last post
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