Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Pagosa Springs, CO, USA
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Originally Posted by larry h
i guess i did not understand peoples academic level dot!!!! most all i know can understand a message online without any trouble period!!! you are the type that give bicyclists a bad name dot!!! i hope you can read this without interprertation period!!! see my keyboard works fine you just have to type according to a persons mental capacityDOT PERIOD!!!!!
I'm not sure that I can type according to your mental capacity, but here goes...
Your post made no sense whatsoever, even discounting the fact that it contained grammatical and punctuation errors, leaving it unclear what a t-200 is, whether a type of brake or the model of an entire bike. Doing your job of searching for you by typing "t-200 bicycle" into a search engine brings up two Trek models on the first page, one a tandem, the other a comfort bike. Considering that these bikes are entirely different beasts altogether, they have entirely different equipment.
The lack of pertinent details in your first post is like asking, "My bike is broken, how do I fix it?" No one can help unless we have more information. Your second post would've been a good opportunity for that, instead you chose to have a hissy over someone asking you to use the common courtesy of punctuation.
To answer the only question with enough information provided (along with some deductive reasoning and perhaps assumption): The solution to,"What am I doing wrong?" is that you bought a bicycle online with no idea how to assemble it.
Please watch this short video clip
for further clarification.
Originally Posted by ahsposo
Ski, bike and wish I was gay.
Last edited by Wordbiker; 03-02-08 at 06:33 PM.