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  1. Is Shimano's TL-CN42 the only reliable tool for chain wear?

    http://pardo.net/bike/pic/fail-004/000.html#commercial-wear-measuring-tools
    Above article claims that Shimano's TL-CN42 is the only tool that correctly measures chain wear.
    What do you think?
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    For those who offered constructive and useful...

    For those who offered constructive and useful comments, thank you--you know who you are.

    For all the expertise this forum has, there are some consistent and negative traits. Let me address some of...
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    When I google "hex bolt," this is the first image...

    When I google "hex bolt," this is the first image I got.
    420879
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    As used in bicycles. Which two would you...

    As used in bicycles.

    Which two would you choose from the following 4 combinations?
    8/9/10 mm, 8/10/12 mm, 11/13/14 mm, 12/13/14 m

    Should I go for 1 and 3 (no 12), 1 and 4 (no 11), 2 and 3 (no...
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    More common hex bolt: 9 mm or 11 mm?

    Which is a more common size among hex bolts--9 mm or 11 mm?
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    Thanks for the replies. While this is a BMX...

    Thanks for the replies.
    While this is a BMX bike, will use as a regular bike.
    Need the setback and at least 450mm long for proper fitting and the saddle needs to be in a horizontal position.
    What...
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    How to attach saddle to this seatpost?

    For my 10-year old niece.
    Came across this 25.4mm seatpost on ebay for a BMX bike.

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    Given the layback, is it possible to attach a saddle and adjust it to a horizontal position? What do I...
  8. I too have longer torso and shorter limbs. My...

    I too have longer torso and shorter limbs.
    My solution is to go for an adjustable stem.
    To maintain a comfortable body angle, the handlebar has to be higher than for those with normal torso and...
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    And sarcasm is the solution to that? if he...

    And sarcasm is the solution to that?
    if he wanted to help, should have asked the OP to provide more info and perhaps guide him through it.
    If not, silence would've been better.

    In any case, the...
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    This guy has a history of drive-by postings with...

    This guy has a history of drive-by postings with negative contribution. Just ignore him.
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    Exal has several rims that meet my specs.

    Exal has several rims that meet my specs.
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    Thanks guys, keep them coming.

    Thanks guys, keep them coming.
  13. Did you get a chance to try this? Details, please.

    Did you get a chance to try this? Details, please.
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    Thanks--will check them.

    Thanks--will check them.
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    Salsa stopped making rims. Double...

    Salsa stopped making rims.




    Double eyelets --- stronger wheels.
    Tire size: 1.5" to 2.25", with 1.75" to 2" most probably.
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    After deducting VAT, it is 16.67 pounds per rim. ...

    After deducting VAT, it is 16.67 pounds per rim.
    Shipping is 55 for the first rim and about 15 for each additional rim!!
    Germany has the most reasonable international shipping rates.
    US used to...
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    Having a hard time finding this rim with double...

    Having a hard time finding this rim with double eyelets and reasonable shipping.
    Have two options: single-eyelet + reasonable shipping, double-eyelets + shipping twice the cost of the rim
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    I did go through that before posting here. Not...

    I did go through that before posting here. Not many options.
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    According to Mavic EX 721 | Mavic...

    According to Mavic
    EX 721 | Mavic
    it is 2.3" to 3", i.e., 58 to 76mm

    Who do I trust?
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    Recommend mtb rims

    Not too many mtb rims seem to have the following specifications.

    26"
    36H
    rim brake
    double-walled
    double-eyeletted

    Looking for rim recommendations and your experience.
    Thanks
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    ^ That's a thoughtful post--thanks. The minimum...

    ^ That's a thoughtful post--thanks.
    The minimum tire size for EX721 is 2.3" and that limits the choice.
    What tire and size do you use?
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    Rim recommendations needed

    Not too many rims seem to have the following specifications.

    26"
    36H
    rim brake
    double-walled
    double-eyeletted

    Looking for rim recommendations and your experience.
    Thanks
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    Thought the purpose was implied. The plan is to...

    Thought the purpose was implied.
    The plan is to build a new bike (non-electric) using only the frame and fork from the above bike.
    Based on the frame and fork geometry, what type of bike are they...
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    Thanks guys

    Thanks guys
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    Interesting that most responses do not focus on...

    Interesting that most responses do not focus on the frame.

    Let me state the questions again: consider only the frame. What type of bike (touring, trekking, commuting, comfort,....) is it best...
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