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    Grrrrr...



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    Thats purdy badaz
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    Rad! Where'd you get those?

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    thats pretty fing metal

    so does it have 2 cut outs 2 for housing and 1 for a cable? cause it looks like it would mess with that exposed cable its sitting on

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    No...just 1 cutout. It's not sitting on the exposed cable. I'm gonna run full length housing as soon as I get my hands on a dremel. For now, I got them both running through the same slot. When I go full length, I'll do something different.

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    Dude. You actually bought those?

    Way high on the cheese factor, IMO.

    Nearly as bad as having a bunch of matching anodized stuff on your bike, even.
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    I love matching anodized stuff on my bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover View Post
    Dude. You actually bought those?

    Way high on the cheese factor, IMO.

    Nearly as bad as having a bunch of matching anodized stuff on your bike, even.
    Just 1. It's "my" Flo.
    Last edited by ed; 10-29-08 at 06:33 AM.

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    On seeing the title, I thought you cheeto'ed something again.

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    Not yet...I tried, but I got slapped into submission.

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    I got a dremel if ya need one Ed.

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    Cheesy accoutrements are okay as long as you know they're cheesy. My crew has been known to roll with huge wheel reflectors and various and sundry squeaky toys dangling from our bikes. I agree with what scrub is hinting at though, that such items are better found, scavenged, or stolen. Although there is some utility to be found in the cable skull thing, so it's kind of a gray area...

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    Did you get that in your crackerjacks?

    If you did, that would be sweet.

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    Truly cheesy would be a watch battery for power and little red LEDs in the eyes and nose .

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    I think when I get the dremeling done, I'm gonna keep in on there somewhere not even holding a cable just to piss off the other side of the gray area

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