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  1. $88 won't buy you much of a camera lens...

    $88 won't buy you much of a camera lens (non-vintage that is). Even a cheap auto-focus zoom is in the $300 range.
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    27" to 700c is an easy conversion if you have the...

    27" to 700c is an easy conversion if you have the 4mm brake reach and is all but invisible to the eye. 4mm is only 5/32 of an inch, just a hair over 1/8".
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    I won't ride in icy conditions. The thought of...

    I won't ride in icy conditions. The thought of going down in front of a car...no. Not happening.
  4. That's...quite a bit of twine.

    That's...quite a bit of twine.
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    There should be no play if the hub is properly...

    There should be no play if the hub is properly adjusted. In fact the bearings should have a small amount of pre-load. Otherwise you are riding on one or two engaged bearings. This will result in...
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    Used camera shoulder bag from the flea market...

    Used camera shoulder bag from the flea market ($5) coupled to a VO decaleur.

    https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8109/8659375814_baa6f50114_c.jpg
    P4170268 by galoot_loves_tools, on Flickr
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  7. You can cram in a 130mm road rear wheel with an...

    You can cram in a 130mm road rear wheel with an 8-speed cassette as is (or cold-set the rear dropouts slightly), and put 8-speed Shimano bar end shifters on it.
  8. I'm upside down on any bike I have because I...

    I'm upside down on any bike I have because I build them from the frame up. I would be upside down if I got the frame for free and I source a lot of parts from bike swaps. And I keep tweaking them....
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    If you want a 46/30 crankset VO makes one. Fairly...

    If you want a 46/30 crankset VO makes one. Fairly pricey, though.
    Grand Cru 50.4 BCD Crankset MK II
  10. OK, that is funny.

    OK, that is funny.
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    For moderate duty, these cutters are more than...

    For moderate duty, these cutters are more than adequate.
    Nashbar Pro Cable Cutter
  12. I have a couple of frames to build up. One is a...

    I have a couple of frames to build up. One is a black, Japanese Bianchi SS. This has double-butted Ishiwata tubing throughout with 460mm chainstays, fairly long wheelbase for what was billed as a...
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    I have been pleasantly surprised by this Roswheel...

    I have been pleasantly surprised by this Roswheel bag, the Velcro straps attach it quite securely and you can't beat the price. I use it with a front handlebar bag (Nashbar or Bushwacker Durango). I...
  14. That depends on the tires you have on there...

    That depends on the tires you have on there already. Odds are that what you have will fit. I would pull the tube and look at it. It should give you a range, typically they will say something like...
  15. I like Panaracer Tservs in 1.75. They are Kevlar...

    I like Panaracer Tservs in 1.75. They are Kevlar beaded and fairly light at ~450 gm, I have weighed mine. A lot of other slicks I have looked at are in the 600+ gm range. They roll well and give a...
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    I purchased extra rack mounts for my PDW Danger...

    I purchased extra rack mounts for my PDW Danger Zones. My commuter bikes have rear racks and all are fitted with the mounts. I can quickly swap the Danger Zones or any other PDW taillight from bike...
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    I also use PDW Danger Zone lights. They are quite...

    I also use PDW Danger Zone lights. They are quite bright. I use them with rechargeable Eneloop or similar NiMH batteries.
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    I own a 1973 Paramount.

    I own a 1973 Paramount.
  19. Thread: Wtf?

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    HTFU. Always liked that one.

    HTFU. Always liked that one.
  20. I have gone down, not up. Otherwise the effective...

    I have gone down, not up. Otherwise the effective top tube length is just too long and I'm too stretched out. Let me put it this way, my optimum top tube length is about 54 cm. That's what I measure...
  21. Harris Cyclery and Velo Orange both have JIS...

    Harris Cyclery and Velo Orange both have JIS headsets.
    JIS One-Inch Threaded Headsets for Bicycles from Harris Cyclery
    VO Alloy Headset, JIS
  22. This has kinda grown on me: ...

    This has kinda grown on me:

    https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7208/13809152385_9a7d771e59_c.jpg
    P4120236 by galoot_loves_tools, on Flickr
  23. You could also look at Sakae triple cranks, such...

    You could also look at Sakae triple cranks, such as the CX or SX.
  24. My youngest daughter is in her late 20's. I own a...

    My youngest daughter is in her late 20's. I own a couple of pairs of cowboy boots. I haven't tried riding a bike with them, though.

    When you pull on a pair of cowboy boots, you start to get some...
  25. A couple of my bikes have names. Beyond my wife...

    A couple of my bikes have names. Beyond my wife and daughters I don't much care what other people think of me. Even then, they have told me that I seem to follow my own star.
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