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Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-21-10, 07:03 PM
Replies: 1
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Posted By Exit.
Yep, and 135BCD chainring will work. Just make...

Yep, and 135BCD chainring will work. Just make sure it's not a pista ring, because those are 1/8" thick, which won't work with your 3/32" chain.
Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-21-10, 02:56 AM
Replies: 14
Views: 2,107
Posted By Exit.
I'm stoked to see this Zap groupset. I've never...

I'm stoked to see this Zap groupset. I've never seen/heard of it before, and it sounds awesome.
Forum: Singlespeed & Fixed Gear 03-20-10, 11:40 PM
Replies: 20
Views: 475
Posted By Exit.
Chainline imo.

Chainline imo.
Forum: Singlespeed & Fixed Gear 03-20-10, 10:46 PM
Replies: 37
Views: 11,377
Posted By Exit.
Hollow BB spindle=mucho weight savings for roadie...

Hollow BB spindle=mucho weight savings for roadie weight weenies.
Forum: Bicycle Mechanics 03-20-10, 09:29 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 291
Posted By Exit.
Painting machined sidewalls?

I have an older Hed carbon tubular, from when they still had aluminum rims and a carbon fairing. I'm using it for a track bike, so I'd like to paint the machined sidewalls black. Has anyone done this...
Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-20-10, 07:40 PM
Replies: 8
Views: 499
Posted By Exit.
What's this frame made of? It's obviously glued,...

What's this frame made of? It's obviously glued, and the lugs are aluminum, but what's the tubing? Aluminum? Carbon?
Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-10-10, 01:12 AM
Replies: 2,229
Views: 403,044
Posted By Exit.
The wheels on that Ciocc are begging for decal...

The wheels on that Ciocc are begging for decal removal.
Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-09-10, 10:47 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 3,010
Posted By Exit.
I've never actually seen them in new condition....

I've never actually seen them in new condition. Do the have MSWs?
Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-09-10, 10:21 PM
Replies: 31
Views: 1,189
Posted By Exit.
wtf? where are the pictures?

wtf? where are the pictures?
Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-09-10, 07:31 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 3,010
Posted By Exit.
I have one kicking around right now. From what I...

I have one kicking around right now. From what I can tell, they're the predecessor to the current-model CXP 33, which are decent-but-not-amazing aero rims. They're pretty popular amongst fixed gear...
Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-09-10, 02:28 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 254
Posted By Exit.
110mm spacing is NJS spacing, and NJS doesn't...

110mm spacing is NJS spacing, and NJS doesn't allow disc wheels. ergo, it's unlikely anyone has ever bothered making a 110mm disc wheel.
Forum: Singlespeed & Fixed Gear 03-08-10, 03:33 AM
Replies: 29
Views: 2,716
Posted By Exit.
Uhhh...get better pedaling form?

Uhhh...get better pedaling form?
Forum: Singlespeed & Fixed Gear 03-08-10, 03:22 AM
Replies: 11
Views: 1,340
Posted By Exit.
Threadless headsets were invented before 1-1/8"...

Threadless headsets were invented before 1-1/8" steer tube diameters became industry standard.
Forum: Singlespeed & Fixed Gear 03-07-10, 03:30 PM
Replies: 16
Views: 612
Posted By Exit.
Those Dolan frames are nice if you can find one...

Those Dolan frames are nice if you can find one in north america. Navigator wheels are the same generic 30mm rims as the Vueltas, IRDs, etc.
Forum: Singlespeed & Fixed Gear 03-07-10, 03:22 AM
Replies: 19
Views: 1,012
Posted By Exit.
+1 on leaving your gearing low for a while. It...

+1 on leaving your gearing low for a while. It will help improve your cadence, and then when you do eventually gear up, that increased cadence will increase your top speed.
Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-04-10, 07:15 PM
Replies: 47
Views: 1,468
Posted By Exit.
Continuing the long-standing tradition of conning...

Continuing the long-standing tradition of conning people out of their belongings in the name of the Church. Good on him.
Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-02-10, 03:27 AM
Replies: 29
Views: 1,230
Posted By Exit.
When radially laced, the flanges tend to break.

When radially laced, the flanges tend to break.
Forum: Classic & Vintage 03-01-10, 02:25 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 251
Posted By Exit.
french threaded bolts?

I got some new shifters for the Cilo I'm working on, but I'm having trouble installing them. None of the (presumably Metric) bolts I have thread into the shifter bosses properly. I remember hearing a...
Forum: Classic & Vintage 02-24-10, 02:09 AM
Replies: 51
Views: 1,554
Posted By Exit.
Hahaha. Some things never change. I still do that...

Hahaha. Some things never change. I still do that on my track bike all the time.
Forum: Classic & Vintage 02-24-10, 01:51 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 597
Posted By Exit.
Yeah, I'm totally alright, thanks for asking...

Yeah, I'm totally alright, thanks for asking folks.

Robbie: I don't know why they bothered playing Brodeur for those two games after Luongo got a shutout the first game. Coach is saying that Lu is...
Forum: Classic & Vintage 02-22-10, 10:42 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 597
Posted By Exit.
RIP Centurion (don't read this thread, Robbie)

The 1986 Centurion LeMans I've put about 5000km on over the last few months kicked the bucket last week. A taxi driver decided he really needed to merge without looking, and subsequently got t-boned...
Forum: BMX 02-22-10, 10:34 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 497
Posted By Exit.
That park looks bananas. Where is it?

That park looks bananas. Where is it?
Forum: Singlespeed & Fixed Gear 02-21-10, 05:49 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 555
Posted By Exit.
If you're talking about on a MTB, usually people...

If you're talking about on a MTB, usually people do the opposite. Big front wheel for rolling over things, small back wheel for more torque and stiffness.

If you're talking about track/street...
Forum: Bicycle Mechanics 02-21-10, 02:52 PM
Replies: 26
Views: 2,179
Posted By Exit.
Open Pros. /thread

Open Pros.

/thread
Forum: Singlespeed & Fixed Gear 02-21-10, 03:24 AM
Replies: 56
Views: 1,883
Posted By Exit.
+1, I've had to do this. Chainring is definitely...

+1, I've had to do this. Chainring is definitely easier to remove than chain.

Also, lol @ OP.
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