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Old 11-01-08, 06:53 AM   #1
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Post photos of random bike parts here

This forum needs more photos. My collection of dead replaceable dropouts:

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Old 11-01-08, 08:57 AM   #2
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Giving away any of that stuff gastro?
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Old 11-01-08, 04:33 PM   #6
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thats not my photo lanfarm

This is, though. My old truck Barney with some re:cycles early salvage/stock

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What the heck is that? The huge fork thingy.
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He's a low rider.
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Or a really really tall bike.
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Does it count if it is still on the bike?

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Some of these pics are like porn. Especially the cardboard box!!
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Gastro's fork thingy would not be out of place at the Clown House in Portland, Oregon,
where tall bikes are the order of the day.


My son and daughter in law live jut down the street.

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Does it count if it is still on the bike?

You have the same pedals as me
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You have the same pedals as me
Not anymore...the Block 8s suck. Kona Wah-Wahs FTW.
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that's a lot of tires!!
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^how's the TALAS?
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Still waiting for the brake adapter to come. Cant wait. I broke the rebound on my dart yesterday (its now stuck on half rebound).
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great pics of parts get it pic apart,, the fork parts i,m looking for are rockshox indy sl,, they are at least 15 years old maglight matt
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Old 11-03-08, 12:33 AM   #23
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My parts cabinet in the basement (let's not even go into the garage/shop; it's too scary):















. . . three Sigma XTs - - one new, never installed - - and somewhere under there a Rock Shox Judy XLC:



Schwinn mid-weight criser frame, ca. 1961, stripped and ready for primer:

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Gastro's fork thingy would not be out of place at the Clown House in Portland, Oregon,
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The clown on the red bike looks too intense to be a clown.
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Dminor.....how is the damping quality of the Sour Cream?

I prefer Breakstones my self for XC riding. The chives must be for DH use.
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