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Old August 1st 05, 08:08 AM
gwhite
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Lets keep this place tidy. No same topic multi-threading allowed.

Please, never say the same thing twice in rbr, even if you're talking to
a dumbass. Do some freaking research before posting.
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Old August 1st 05, 12:07 PM
Donald Munro
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gwhite wrote:

Lets keep this place tidy. No same topic multi-threading allowed.

Please, never say the same thing twice in rbr, even if you're talking to
a dumbass. Do some freaking research before posting.


No more helmet thread trolls in July either.

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Old August 1st 05, 07:53 PM
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I had a swiss threaded bottom bracket once.
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Old August 2nd 05, 01:01 AM
Tom Kunich
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"Tim Lines" wrote in message
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I had a swiss threaded bottom bracket once.


I met a guy who owned a 10 speed Swiss bike one time. It was on the top of a
local hard climb. It had a leather saddle on it and he said, "Go ahead and
lift it." I did and almost threw it over the side of the road. It weighed
under 20 lbs and was a 1980 model. On the way down from there I hit 48 mph
and was thinking how scary that would be on a bike made out of tinfoil and
helium.


 




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