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    How about these Shimano B01S Resin Disc Brake...

    How about these

    Shimano B01S Resin Disc Brake Pad > Components > Brakes > Brake Pads | Jenson USA
  2. Thread: Touring crank

    by Ravenhog
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    How about this Deore from amazon. Same crank...

    How about this Deore from amazon. Same crank length and rings.

    Amazon.com : Shimano FC-M590 Deore Hollowtech II Crankset (Black, 175-mm 48/36/26T 9 Speed) : Bike Cranksets And Accessories :...
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    Pads are specific to brake model you have. So you...

    Pads are specific to brake model you have. So you do need to get the exact pads made for your brake set. Do not go with what looks similar cause they may not work.

    What brake set do you have?
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    4000 miles on a chain? Great job. Personally I...

    4000 miles on a chain? Great job. Personally I change my chains at about 1000 miles no questions asked. Saves my chainrings and cassette from premature wear caused by a worn chain.

    If I were you...
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    My .02. Hydraulic hoses are fairly standard...

    My .02. Hydraulic hoses are fairly standard although some are made better to resist flexing/stretch during braking. I have bought bulk lengths and used on different brands with no issues.

    The...
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    Sticky: My Ogre pulling double duty and my buddies Trek...

    My Ogre pulling double duty and my buddies Trek on this weeks trail ride.
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    Sticky: Trying out some different shoes for some trail...

    Trying out some different shoes for some trail riding at the month.

    https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-3AbcIKcfr80/U-BJGffyhKI/AAAAAAAAMs8/1FfBrDK1ptY/w943-h533-no/IMAG1577.jpg
  8. Thread: TT Commutes?

    by Ravenhog
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    I also have a 3.2 mile commute. Heading into work...

    I also have a 3.2 mile commute. Heading into work though I have about a 1 mile downhill section that drops around 450 feet. My time in is usually 10min or less depending on if i coast down the hill...
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    hmmmm, makes me think. I have about 2800 miles on...

    hmmmm, makes me think. I have about 2800 miles on a set of 38mm H2's with lots of life left in them or not:innocent:. Maybe ill put my rear to rest after the Seattle to Portland this weekend.
  10. Thread: New Tires!

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    Congrats. I don't live in goat head country but...

    Congrats. I don't live in goat head country but do run though lots of broken glass. I have been running a set of hard case plus (old name for their triple protection, now the ultimate) H2's on my...
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    How to attach the InStep bike trailer - YouTube...

    How to attach the InStep bike trailer - YouTube


    If the hitch is the one in the video above my guess is that the torque from the preloaded spring might be causing the misalignment. you could...
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    Sticky: So I measured the fender with a caliper. The...

    So I measured the fender with a caliper. The overall outside width is 45.72mm. The edge lip is 1.9mm thick meaning the the inner width of the fender is about 41.91mm. If you tire truly measures...
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    Sticky: I'm running Bontrager H2's in 38mm width which...

    I'm running Bontrager H2's in 38mm width which are fairly true to size.
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    Sticky: Thanks, they are the Planet Bike Full Hybrid....

    Thanks, they are the Planet Bike Full Hybrid. They come with no mud flaps so I added the mud flaps from the Cascadias to add a little bit more coverage.(Dirt cheap from PlanetBike.com) They are much...
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    Sticky: Today's ride along the River ...

    Today's ride along the River

    http://ridewithgps.com/photos/257950/large.jpg
  16. You could trouble shoot the rear by hooking up...

    You could trouble shoot the rear by hooking up the rear caliper to the front lever/hose. And then the rear lever/hose to the front caliper. Time consuming but sine you know the front works doing...
  17. followed this video when during bleeds of my...

    followed this video when during bleeds of my stokers. How old is the bike/brake set? You might try rebuilding the calipers, new seals and pistons. One thing I do with my stokers is after a good bleed...
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    I'm north of you in the Kent area. Yes disc...

    I'm north of you in the Kent area. Yes disc brakes preform much better in the wet. As Moochems mentioned some disc break sets scream when they are wet. I have been running a set of Hayes stoker...
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    Was met with several detours on my river path...

    Was met with several detours on my river path ride yesterday.

    http://ridewithgps.com/photos/239525/large.jpg
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    I use the Ergon GP1's with bar ends. Would use...

    I use the Ergon GP1's with bar ends. Would use the GP5's but the my hands do not agree with the profile of the integrated bar ends.
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    Nice trucker and stem cap clock. Might be the...

    Nice trucker and stem cap clock. Might be the next addition to my Ogre.
    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-7brEP_aOemc/UxFy7YBZrzI/AAAAAAAAKE8/-CNkX93nIHY/w325-h574-no/IMAG0870.jpg
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    I have been riding the length of the foothills...

    I have been riding the length of the foothills trail regularly for about the past year. I haven't noticed any camps along the trail east of Orting. I have seen several camps along the wooded area...
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    Its a several year old Kidarooz trailer. It does...

    Its a several year old Kidarooz trailer. It does have a removable handle and the hitch arm comes off and a front wheel attaches. In stroller mode tho it's not a jogger since the front wheel...
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    Not trying to hijack the thread but actually city...

    Not trying to hijack the thread but actually city laws can be more restrictive than state laws. Cities can also add laws that do not exist at a state level or county level. For example I live in the...
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    Took the kids out for a ride along a local river...

    Took the kids out for a ride along a local river path. Then finished it up with a stop for some snacks at the local bakery.

    Too bad Mt. Rainier was washed out in first and third photos ...
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