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    Poor little Alberto, hope he doesn't let the door...

    Poor little Alberto, hope he doesn't let the door kick his ass on the way out. Won't miss that mister personality, nor most of the rest of the "top" pros. Let the racing return to those who compete...
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    Poll: Weird bunch of suggestions there....Where's...

    Weird bunch of suggestions there....Where's Jesus? WTF cares?
  3. Well, we all know that's what you're all about...

    Well, we all know that's what you're all about "Ed". You just need some mountains...
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    What you're describing isn't even possible to...

    What you're describing isn't even possible to really know WTF you're thinking about. The ultra torque crankset uses a particular bottom bracket setup, really has nothing to do with a double vs...
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    Poll: You better not pity me, fool! (imagine Mr T's...

    You better not pity me, fool! (imagine Mr T's voice, I really don't care). It ain't about pride when you post you still play with Pokemons....boy.
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    Poll: Goes both ways cartoon boy, no way I'd let anyone...

    Goes both ways cartoon boy, no way I'd let anyone who watches, or plays, Pokemon to beat me. I'd rather die.
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    You're on a hybrid, why? Worry about that before...

    You're on a hybrid, why? Worry about that before the components, lower end Shimano or SRAM stuff should be fine for what the bike's capable of IMHO.
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    No, wait. Totally different, no relationship...

    No, wait. Totally different, no relationship whatsoever...especially when used on seatposts (nice one). FWIW 1-1/8" is the original standard, the metric version just a conversion....like 1" being...
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    I find the Park DAG-1 to be quite nice....that...

    I find the Park DAG-1 to be quite nice....that adjustable length spot finder being especially nice. The HBH-1 might work in a pinch...
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    Chainsetses with peddles.

    Chainsetses with peddles.
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    Poll: What you mean "we", kimo sabe? If your mommy...

    What you mean "we", kimo sabe? If your mommy will let you ride bikes with the big boys, just let us know so we can hand your ass to you on a silver platter then you can go back to watching Pokemon...
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    Screw formulas. Experiment for yourself. Too...

    Screw formulas. Experiment for yourself. Too low and you'll pinch flat more than likely, too high and you'll not be as efficient as you can in terms of traction and ride quality. Find what works...
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    Curious, why not just buy a tank of compressed...

    Curious, why not just buy a tank of compressed nitrogen for that matter? What are the cost differences?
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    Poll: Just keep in mind lots of us older riders relish...

    Just keep in mind lots of us older riders relish taking someone 20 years or so younger in tow and then just losing them...and then waiting for them, seeing if they're okay, then losing them again,...
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    Try first finding out what pressure suits your...

    Try first finding out what pressure suits your needs best (it's a combination of the specific tires you use, your weight and riding environment). Then maybe you can see if you can educate your...
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    Not all chains have a master link. Do you have a...

    Not all chains have a master link. Do you have a chain tool? On the other hand, you wouldn't need to break the chain just to remove the wheel to true it....you might want to do some reading in the...
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    Many original mountain bikes were fitted with...

    Many original mountain bikes were fitted with road components, that's all there was. Sometimes they need to be beefier, but so does your riding. As long as the fork steerer is compatible, and the...
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    Not a defect, but if your bike shop likes to...

    Not a defect, but if your bike shop likes to service whiners, go for it. Your next tube could have the same leakage rate...or not. If you have a schrader valve check to see if its core is tight; it...
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    Can only say the difference might be noticeable. ...

    Can only say the difference might be noticeable. I've used 170/172.5/175 on a variety of bikes. Used a 177.5 for a while on one bike and my knees said no. YMMV.
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    Going from 80-120 mm travel is a relatively big...

    Going from 80-120 mm travel is a relatively big difference for forks on some frames, altho if your frame was indeed intended for 100-120 mm forks maybe it's a matter of getting used to it after...
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    Never materialized for roadies? Love my 650b...

    Never materialized for roadies? Love my 650b options on mountain bike frames/forks that can go that way but not 700c style. My Beckler (650b Heckler) is a great bike, no mods needed either. OTOH...
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    I knew what you meant, but by perpetuating these...

    I knew what you meant, but by perpetuating these "standard" sizes instead of looking at specifically what you're buying just spoils poor consumers and causes grief when these dummies get unhappy. ...
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    Yeah and I get asked all the time why there...

    Yeah and I get asked all the time why there aren't more 53 foot containers, too. At least TEUs account for 20s and 40s.
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    You buy pounds of coffee that only weigh 11.5 oz?...

    You buy pounds of coffee that only weigh 11.5 oz? Francis, WTF? Haven't seen that 14oz pint, either (but ice cream isn't really about volume except from a marketing viewpoint...weigh your ice...
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    The M770's 10 degree engagement I'm pretty sure...

    The M770's 10 degree engagement I'm pretty sure is not shared by the M590 or most of the rest of the older/lower line Shimano hubs out there. The M590 will weigh more, too. What are you looking for...
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