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Any reason *not* to get an XT rear hub? by Jasper Janssen
For my new bike, I'm planning on Deore for most of it, but I was thinking maybe an XT rear hub (in particular because hubs are pretty hard to replace by...
July 31st 05 07:39 PM
by Peter Cole Go to last post
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helmet ventilation? by C.J.Patten
I won't get in to a helmet debate. I wear one, reasons irrelevant for this thread. My question has to do with vents. My current helmet is a Giro Indicator....
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July 31st 05 06:55 PM
by Just zis Guy, you know? Go to last post
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Tyre Sealants by Bob Huntley
Just had a puncture - can't really blame the bike for giving way to a half-inch nail, but its annoying anyway. I was wondering if anyone could comment on the...
July 31st 05 05:26 PM
by Bob Huntley Go to last post
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Auxiliary brake levers and V-brakes by durward
I just bought a new Trek 520 touring bike, and I had the bike shop put auxiliary brake levers on the tops. They are really mushy -- I can pull them back...
July 31st 05 02:02 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Repairing Cracked Carbon Ergo Bodies by App
Greetings! The day before I left for the Death Ride my dad rolled over me while we were out on a ride (him behind me, I turned left and he didn't, but should...
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July 31st 05 01:53 PM
by App Go to last post
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Rohloff Hub: Has anybody actually been able to remove the insides? by Dan Burkhart
(PeteCresswell) Wrote: Just curious. There are all those little Torx screws an theoretically, the working part can be removed for cheaper shipping.......
July 31st 05 08:36 AM
by Nick Payne Go to last post
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Performance brand tube failures by [email protected]
Anyone been having trouble with Performance Brand tubes failing at the valve stem? My buddy has had at least 4 of them recently that have failed right at the...
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July 31st 05 06:12 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Correct Torque value for Presta Valve? by Sheldon Brown
I've seen the light and now use a torque wrench for all threaded fasteners and bottlecaps. Unfortunately, I have been unable to find the recommended torque...
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July 31st 05 03:57 AM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
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Oval crankshaft by Charlie S.
I apologize in advance. I realize this group is not for advice about sale items, but I have technical question about a bike I am thinking of buying and would...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 31st 05 01:05 AM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
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lemond made in usa? by [email protected]
are lemond steel bikes built in the US or overseas? just askin'. tia, scott
July 31st 05 12:55 AM
by Jeff Starr Go to last post
5 136
google map by [email protected]
did you know that googles' map search accepts copy and paste longitude and latitude!
July 30th 05 11:35 PM
by Robin Hubert Go to last post
4 206
Shimano cassette removal by Keith
Hi Does anyone know how to remove a Shimano MF-Z015? All the best Keith
July 30th 05 09:54 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Shockster on Aluminum Bike? by meb
Someone told me you can't use Shocksters on Aluminum bikes, but neve proffered a reason. Is this myth or is there a bonified reason such some sort of...
July 30th 05 09:50 PM
by Bill Sornson Go to last post
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Tips for chain cleaning by Polly
I never seem to get my chain clean enough. So Id like to hear different ways to clean a chain. thanks
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July 30th 05 08:08 PM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
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"forged" aluminum alloy? by Michael Press
Whenever I read about a "forged" aluminum alloy part for a bicycle, my mind balks, my stomach clenches, and I refuse to accept it. A forge is a furnace for...
July 30th 05 08:04 PM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
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rim width revisted... (20"/406 wheels) by C.J.Patten
Howdy folks. Thinking of putting narrow tires on my 20" rims (406's - folding bike). They came with 1.95 knobby tires, I'm down to 1.50 slicks. I measured...
July 30th 05 07:26 PM
by Zog The Undeniable Go to last post
4 107
Upgrade from Ultegra 9-sp triple to Dura-Ace 10-sp triple.. by Hrothgar
Hi, I have an Ultegra 9-sp triple bike setup and I am thinking of upgrading to a 10-sp Dura-Ace. What components do I need to replace? shifters? fd? rd?...
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July 30th 05 07:00 PM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
18 383
Trek folding bikes: Experiences? by [email protected]
Anyone out there own a Trek folder - the F-100, F-400 or F-600? How do you like it? My test rides tell me it's reasonably well done, although I'd prefer more...
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July 30th 05 06:37 PM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
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Nobody knows about RR by Ivar Hesselager
I thougt that makers of bicycle tires would have experimentally or scientifically based knowledge as a foundation of their production. Therefore I directed my...
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July 30th 05 06:28 PM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
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Who You Calling Fat? by [email protected]
Bill Sornson wrote: wrote: No, weight is a characteristic of fitness and it is reasonable to expect a person employed...
July 30th 05 03:12 PM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
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