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clicking noises on certain gears? by Ablang
I usually have bad luck w/ inheriting used bikes. The front gears (1-3) usually have no problem. It seems to be when I shift gears in the rear (whether it's...
June 1st 08 07:12 AM
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It's so good to have resources by Dan O
Just wanted to offer my greatest thanks to r.b.t., Sheldon Brown, Park Tools, et al. After hanging around here for a while, I finally got up the nerve and...
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May 31st 08 08:44 PM
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Do you need a translator? by rudra
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May 31st 08 06:23 PM
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ebikes: lots of bad ideas by johns
Before I start building my ebike, I'm reading everything I can find on what is available. So far, I'm learning more about what not to get .. 1. Front wheel...
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May 31st 08 04:24 PM
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Shaping a 2006 vintage Chorus Front Der by D'ohBoy
Hi! I have a 2006 (non-QS) front der that I would like to reshape because my rain bike flexes a bit too much for the width of the cage to provide rub-free...
May 31st 08 02:39 PM
by jim beam Go to last post
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Devens by Steven[_4_]
Weather report looks O.K for tomorrow in Ayer. Partly cloudy & 76 degrees. Remember to check your tire pressure, I used factory specs. Bring a container that...
May 31st 08 10:48 AM
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The Pro Team Mechanic by Ron
http://cozybeehive.blogspot.com/2008/05/pro-mechanic.html Enjoy, and share the mechanic life. -Ron
May 30th 08 11:05 PM
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Campy CDA crank date code by * * Chas
I picked up a Campy Croce D'Aune gruppo last week. The date code on the crank arms is 41 in a square. I haven't been able to find what year that translates...
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May 30th 08 09:58 PM
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Making your own bicycle decals and graphics by Andre Jute[_2_]
Making your own bicycle decals and graphics by Andre jute http://members.lycos.co.uk/fiultra/BICYCLE%20%26%20CYCLING.html You can easily make your own bicycle...
May 30th 08 04:02 PM
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Widest rear tires on horizontal dropout road bikes by meb[_97_]
I was needing to get some new tires for some new wider wheelsets and replacements on worn tires and was wondering how wide of 700C tires would fit on 70s and...
May 30th 08 10:06 AM
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what is that little peg, on the outside of the chain ring, just underthe crank arm, for? by wle
what is that little peg, on the outside of the chain ring, just under the crank arm, for? wle.
May 30th 08 03:29 AM
by jim beam Go to last post
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For those who like art by [email protected][_2_]
Cycling prints for sale on ebay. Sorry I cross posted to tech. I...
May 30th 08 12:15 AM
by [email protected][_2_] Go to last post
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Helmet pads by OughtFour
New helmet came with 4 oval pads with peel-off sticky backs and no explanation of what to do with them. There is some thinner padding installed in the helmet...
May 29th 08 09:05 PM
by OughtFour Go to last post
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Trek Incite 9i with Cadence? by Hell And High Water
I have the 9i wireless, which I love, but would like to add cadence. Love the quality and simplicity of the Trek. Love the clean look of the...
May 29th 08 08:38 PM
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New Campa Record and Chorus 11 speed by Derk
I just read on a Dutch bike forum, that Campa will go 11 speed. Th estory came from a LBS owner. Can anyone confirm: full carbon rd, ceramic jockey wheels, 11...
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Won't shift onto biggest cog by [email protected]
Quick question for those of you who are a lot more mechanically inclined than me. The shifting on my bike (Jamis Xenith Comp with Ultegra derailer) hasn't...
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May 29th 08 07:34 AM
by Lou Holtman Go to last post
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COLNAGO TITANO (Titanium) ROAD BIKE w/10SP CAMPY GROUP by Michelle[_2_]
COLNAGO TITANO (Titanium) ROAD BIKE w/ DUAL DOWN TUBES. IF YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN THIS BIKE YOU ARE IN FOR A TREAT! 57cm SEAT AND 56cm TOP TUBE COMPLETE w/CAMPY...
May 29th 08 03:31 AM
by Michelle[_2_] Go to last post
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Can sidewall tire bubbles break spokes? by meb[_98_]
Replaced a broken spoke on a rear 700C tire and noticed while the wheel was true, there was a rear wobble afterwards caused by a worn sidewall giving way to a...
May 29th 08 03:04 AM
by jim beam Go to last post
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thanks, shimano 8campy 10 by futrino[_2_]
I got some useful information from this group to switch my old 105 8 speed shimano levers to campagnolo 10, as the spacing (cable pull)is almost the same. ...
May 28th 08 07:31 PM
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More than 500 free web hostings by siva
Hi Friends In this world everyone is searching for free webhostings for their websites So only i found this website after some struggle it's a...
May 28th 08 11:27 AM
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