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Old 06-21-09, 08:30 PM   #26
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Old 06-22-09, 04:28 PM   #27
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I've just found the yin to the Scarab's Yang; White Twenty (I dub her the 'Pale Rider')
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I've just found the yin to the Scarab's Yang; White Twenty (I dub her the 'Pale Rider')
http://moralinefree.blogspot.com/200...tments_22.html
Very nice, now if these two R20s ever met they could have........grey RSW16 babies.

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Old 06-23-09, 03:54 PM   #29
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Very nice, now if these two R20s ever met they could have........grey RSW16 babies.
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Call me mad if you like, but I'm seriously thinkin' about doing a 100 mile ride on this R20 SS this coming Saturday....lots of hills and rough roads, am I mad?
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I have discovered in my Twenty trials and tribulations that you need to use an odd number sprocket on the rear for the chain legnth to work. Mine came stock with a 44/15 I tried like hell to get a 16t on there but it was a nogo due to the chain issues you mentioned. Put a 17t and voila perfect fit. I find it hard to believe that it was engineered that way, probably more like dumb luck.

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Call me mad if you like, but I'm seriously thinkin' about doing a 100 mile ride on this R20 SS this coming Saturday....lots of hills and rough roads, am I mad?
Not sure, but if your relatives ever try to have you committed, I wouldn't mention having done so at your hearing.

Come to think of it, sinking a lot of time and $$$ into a heavy 30+ y/o bike doesn't make a lot of sense to people outside this little asylum of ours.
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I thought about that...but didn't have one handy.

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