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Kuota Frame Problem by Bootalini[_2_]
My riding partner has a 3 month old Kuota Kabul that has developed a problem. The aluminum alloy rear drop on the one side has started to come loose at the...
August 20th 08 04:35 AM
by Bruce Gilbert[_3_] Go to last post
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Fork bent, no crash? by pm
On the beginning of a ride last weekend the bike displayed an abnormal amount of shuddering, and grabbiness when using the front cantilever brake. I had put...
August 20th 08 03:47 AM
by jim beam Go to last post
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Cyclocross Rims For 220# Rider? by (PeteCresswell)
On my MTBs, I found that the front wheels didn't require anything special rim-wise, but the rear rims would crack around the nipples if they didn't have double...
August 20th 08 12:43 AM
by (PeteCresswell) Go to last post
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I need a new kickstand by Papa Tom
I knew this was coming. I've been using the same Greenfield aluminum alloy kickstand for about 10 years on my GT mountain bike, which has become much more...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 20th 08 12:29 AM
by Jay[_2_] Go to last post
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And speaking of kickstands.... by Papa Tom
My wife is a lefty and can't seem to walk her bike on the left side. She always has to be on the greasy chain side so that the bike is to her left. I'm...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 19th 08 10:27 PM
by Michael Press Go to last post
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Top of the head tube chopping by Squat'n Dive
Now that I lowered the fork on my speeder t3 the sales guy at the shop mentioned that the top of the head tube with the rings on top of the fork bracket look...
August 19th 08 06:45 PM
by Squat'n Dive Go to last post
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Seatpost/Seattube issues/questions by D'ohBoy
So I have a carbon frame with an alu insert in the seattube. After a whole buncha creaking and clicking from the area, I contacted the frame mfr about...
August 19th 08 06:32 PM
by D'ohBoy Go to last post
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Thousands laugh as newbie replaces inner tube.... by Twitchell
There has to be a secret for something so simple. What would normally take you folks less than 10 minutes took me more than 45. Apparently I have a slow leak...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3 ... Last Page)
August 19th 08 06:26 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Solar Charger for bike lights, mp3 player, etc? by Papa Tom
Has anybody found an affordable solar charger that, perhaps, sits on a rear rack and soaks up the sun's energy in order to power lights and other...
August 19th 08 03:34 AM
by Mike Jacoubowsky Go to last post
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Shimano Dura ace electronic shifting system by hizark21
Shimano Dura ace electronic shifting system (http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech.php?id=tech/2008/features/ dura_ace_di2_aug08 ) It's interesting concept, but I...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3 ... Last Page)
August 19th 08 01:51 AM
by Ryan Cousineau Go to last post
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Chainline of SRAM dished sprockets by Andre Jute[_2_]
As I have moved up a steep hill, I want to lower the gearing of my Nexus 8 speed bikes by replacing the current 19 and 20 tooth sprockets with 24 tooth...
August 19th 08 01:28 AM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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Bickerton: Lightweight, folds compactly, flexes like mad. by Werehatrack
Picked one up used (obviously) for what seemed to be a reasonable sum, and good grief it's wobbly! I don't think I've ever ridden anything with as much...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
August 18th 08 07:21 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Polar CS sensor by Henry
Has anybody out there tried to replace a battery on a Polar CS series sensor? They're sealed units and are not supposed to be user servicable - just disposable...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 18th 08 07:17 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Stuck plastic bottom bracket adaptor by Peter Howard
I'm working on a $10 1990's fixer-upperer with an English threaded Shimano LP20 cartridge BB. I thought it peculiar that this one goes in from the non-drive...
August 18th 08 04:40 PM
by Peter Howard Go to last post
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adding eyelets so road bike can carry panniers by Fred
I have a steel Schwinn Paramount with a steel front fork. I wanted to have eyelets welded onto the frame so I can carry panniers for light touring. Is this...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 18th 08 02:29 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Bicycle Commuting on the Rise (BSOs on the Rise) by Tom Keats
In article , Tom Sherman writes: Tom Keats wrote: In article...
August 18th 08 12:26 AM
by jim beam Go to last post
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What is this screw? by Rex Kerr
I was looking at a coworker's bike today and noticed that it has an interesting 'braze-on' that I've never seen before. On the bottom of the top-tube there...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
August 17th 08 09:51 PM
by Bob Weissman Go to last post
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fixing my front brake caliper: is it worth it? by [email protected]
I have a shimano ultegra front brake caliper BR6500. I broke it, and am wondering whether it would be cheaper to fix or or just replace the whole...
August 17th 08 09:42 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
2 204
Lubricants for chains and sprockets by RF[_2_]
I would think that a dry lubricant would mean a longer life for the chain and all the sprockets etc. Oil would trap small particles of sand (unless you are...
August 17th 08 07:16 PM
by Zog The Undeniable Go to last post
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Sturmey-Archer 3 speed troubleshooting by Zog The Undeniable
Hub stripped and reassembled (this is a modern SRF3, rather like an AW but with redesigned internals and fewer parts - e.g. the clutch, clutch sleeve and...
August 17th 08 06:23 PM
by Zog The Undeniable Go to last post
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