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Pink_Ninja 03-09-06 11:51 PM

What's holding your bike togethor?
 
once I was using a pencil and masking tape, now its masking tape, what about your bike(s)?

jeff williams 03-10-06 12:07 AM

Atoms arranged in molecular lattices formed into shapes and connected with bolts and\or welded as a single form..

Ideas?

Freewill?


Freeride?

MattP. 03-10-06 12:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jeff williams
Atoms arranged in molecular lattices formed into shapes and connected with bolts and\or welded as a single form..

Dude you have a weird bike.... What are atoms and why are they on your bike? Might want to replace them with some zipties or something. :D

roadfix 03-10-06 01:43 AM

I think this belongs in the fixed gear forum.

Eggplant Jeff 03-10-06 08:39 AM

Reflective stickers.

CRUM 03-10-06 08:42 AM

Wishful thinking.

here and there 03-10-06 09:25 AM

bubble gum, duct tape, and luck.

koine2002 03-10-06 10:02 AM

Bailing wire and duct tape! Same stuff that kept our deer blinds up on the deer lease when I was a kid. Oh, I also think there's some metal that's been melted together on the MTB and some melted metal acting as a glue on my road bike.

DataJunkie 03-10-06 10:31 AM

Welds, bolts, nuts, lock washers, screws, zip ties, and dirt.

ephemeron 03-10-06 11:30 AM

Brazing, bolts, and zip ties. Lots of zip ties.

stapfam 03-10-06 11:42 AM

Good maintenance and a wallet that gets thinner every time I look at the bike.

onyourbike 03-10-06 12:14 PM

mighty alum

my58vw 03-10-06 12:36 PM

The force

KrisPistofferson 03-10-06 12:38 PM

Spraypaint.

caloso 03-10-06 12:59 PM

Rust.

2manybikes 03-10-06 01:32 PM

A magnetic force field holds the components in place......no frame.

catatonic 03-10-06 07:25 PM

Chuck Norris threatens my bike with great harm if it does not comply with my wishes to not fall apart.

My bike respects the Chuck.

HereNT 03-10-06 07:27 PM

Blue loctite and bolts.

mav67 03-10-06 09:49 PM

I'd have to say bird crap

Kabloink 03-11-06 08:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pink_Ninja
once I was using a pencil and masking tape, now its masking tape, what about your bike(s)?

You should try some duct tape. Its strong and comes in many colors now days.

edp773 03-11-06 10:07 AM

1.Original Equipment Manufacturing processes (OEM)

2. Molecular bonding - too simple and too complicated at the same time

3. Relativety

Milice 03-11-06 11:23 AM

I have a tire thats booted with a gu wrapper. I no longer ride it on the road but use it on the rolles one of thease days I will get around to replacing it.

chromedome 03-11-06 12:23 PM

On two of my bikes, I've replaced all the bolts with allen bolts. Now I just use 3 allen wrenches for almost everything (unless it needs a specialized tool.)

C Law 03-11-06 01:26 PM

The welds some chinese kid did a while ago are still holding up strong.

Those Tainwanese kindergardeners weld at a 10th grade level ya know.

Something you won't hear about on CNN

The US is not only fally behind in science and math, but welding also.


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