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Spoke Gauge vs Wire Gauge by G. Huang
Is there a difference between wire gauge and spoke gauge? In electric wire for example, AWG12 always means 2mm (actually 2.05mm). When I went to get some...
August 13th 05 09:13 AM
by A Muzi Go to last post
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Can't true my wheel (roundness) by chrisc
I got the side to side down. But when I work on the roundness, I can't get it right. The wheels only have about 800 miles on them. I trued them according to...
August 13th 05 08:59 AM
by A Muzi Go to last post
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Ritchey Freehub / Campy/Shim cassette mount question by Hank Wirtz
Bob wrote in : I know next to nothing about freehubs... so I have a basic...
August 13th 05 07:36 AM
by Hank Wirtz Go to last post
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Stupid MTB vs. Road Bike frame sizing question by RonSonic
On Wed, 10 Aug 2005 06:26:21 GMT, Bob wrote: Stupid question: In general, if you are building an MTB/rough surface bike where you...
August 13th 05 02:23 AM
by Lee Go to last post
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Cannondale CAAD 8 2005 by HSP
Hello Anyone using this frameset ? I need opinions (ride quality, reliability, handling) Thanks
August 12th 05 10:57 PM
by Gooserider Go to last post
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saddle repair by [email protected]
covered at: 'Recover your ugly saddle, Patching Small Hole in Leather Saddle' -in bike.tech archives plus one i cannot find the goop saving idea is a good...
August 12th 05 10:30 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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MKS rubber pedals - where to buy? by dan_s
i'm looking for an upgrade of pedals for my 3-gear raleigh. the original's bearings are wildly loose and are not repairable afaik. i'd like to buy the MKS type...
August 12th 05 05:07 PM
by maxo Go to last post
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Supplier for 20mm Vulcanizing patchs? by Tom Nakashima
Looking for a supplier for 20mm vulcanizing tube patches (patches only), either Rema or Parks. The LBS used to carry them, but only sells the larger patches...
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August 12th 05 02:45 PM
by Tom Nakashima Go to last post
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Campy 10 speed upgrade problem by [email protected]
I had some Daytona 9 speed shifters, Racing T cranks, and a Racing T rear derailleur. I got some new Chorus 10 speed shifters, a Centaur 10 speed cassette,...
August 12th 05 01:34 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Velomax wheels folding in. by Callistus Valerius
I saw a few weeks ago, someone saying they have started seeing Velomax wheels that arn't durable enough. Which models, if this is true? Or anyone, that has...
August 12th 05 01:08 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Do I need a new tire? by David Crist
My front tire has developed a series of cracks where the side wall starts to round over to the running surface. Should I replace this tire? What causes this?...
August 12th 05 11:05 AM
by Dale Benjamin Go to last post
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Roller brakes: running friction? by [email protected]
Shimano says the following about their roller brakes: "Inter-M brake is different from conventional brakes in that the inside of the brake drum is filled with...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
August 12th 05 09:57 AM
by Dan Gregory Go to last post
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Manitou EFC Spring replacement kit by db
Does anyone know were i might find a spring replacement kit for Manitou EFC. Needed for retro Yeti build. have tried theese with no joy...
August 12th 05 09:45 AM
by db Go to last post
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Long-reach dual-pivot brakes: Different mechanical ratios across different makes? by Mykal
Now comparing two makes of long-reach (57 mm) dual-pivot brake calipers, I notice the two have a differing geometry that may translate to...
August 12th 05 09:08 AM
by Luns Tee Go to last post
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Recommendation for 700c x 42-45 tire for light off-road (fire roads,light trail use) by SMS
I want a set of off-road tires for my Trek T100 tandem, for light trail and fire road use. It's a "cross" tandem, with 700c rims that I measured as 20mm wide,...
August 12th 05 06:26 AM
by A Muzi Go to last post
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Water in rims? by [email protected]
Hi, It's been raining a bit lately and my rims seem to be permanently full of water. Any suggestions on ways to get rims to empty after rides in the...
August 12th 05 06:19 AM
by Mike Jacoubowsky Go to last post
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New Realizations by [email protected]
I have changed my ways. I do not believe that "Fretting" occurs, it is all a lie. Square taper bottom brackets are far superior to anything on the market today...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 12th 05 02:25 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Knee Pain ...again by E Willson
I have been riding about ten miles a day for the last three years. I have not changed the setup on my bike for the last two years, and have had no problems...
August 12th 05 01:13 AM
by Mister2u Go to last post
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Keith Bontragers on 31.8 handlebars by Llatikcuf
Did anyone else see this? Sorry, it's kind of long. From: http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech.php?id=tech/2004/features/bontrager - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -...
August 12th 05 12:13 AM
by Llatikcuf Go to last post
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UPS Shipping Claim Help by [email protected]
This may be a bit off topic but I would appreciate anyone's help in dealing with UPS on a claim. About four weeks ago I shipped a bike that I sold to a buyer...
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August 11th 05 10:20 PM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
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