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Old 01-21-03, 12:32 PM   #1
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help

i want to be a bike mech i need to know how to do anything and everything are there any sites i can look at find these answers? i would try to post every question that i have on this forum but that be too many i think and i dont want to annoy you guys with these pathetically easy qs. thanks for the help.
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Check out parktools web site and sheldonbrown's web site for starters..
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Old 01-21-03, 12:41 PM   #3
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WHY POST THE SAME QUESTION TWICE??? You already have 8 replies in your other thread!!! question for all of you that work in a bike shop

Come on dude use some commom sense.
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i want to be a bike mech i need to know how to do anything and everything are there any sites i can look at find these answers? i would try to post every question that i have on this forum but that be too many i think and i dont want to annoy you guys with these pathetically easy qs. thanks for the help.
HaHaHa...good luck on trying to know it all especially from the internet or books.Maybe it's in Barnettets,but even Sheldon Brown has not written the book on index shifting,comptibility and cobbing.
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question for all of you that work in a bike shop
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