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    A while back I said I was building a weight bench...

    A while back I said I was building a weight bench from scrap tubing. I finally got around to taking some photos of my setup. I need to get around to making a proper bench and finishing the barbell...
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    Why don't you try to be less of an obnoxious...

    Why don't you try to be less of an obnoxious jerk? Not everyone is a self-centered tool like you and deals with life differently. Maybe you though you were being supportive in your own abrasive way,...
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    lulz
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    wut? johnnytheboy: That sucks, man. Hope you...

    wut?

    johnnytheboy: That sucks, man. Hope you feel things are getting better for you so you can get back to crushing the mileage and putting us all to shame!
  5. Late to the discussion, but I would give a vote...

    Late to the discussion, but I would give a vote for Schwalbe Marathon Plus. They are a bit heavy because of the flat protection and tread profile but are nearly puncture-proof and wear very slowly....
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    Good grief, time to make use of the ignore...

    Good grief, time to make use of the ignore feature.

    As far as pedal retention, I really dislike the bmx pedal/velcro strap setup. I find that I push my foot forward on the pedal and it just wedges...
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    Another nice ride, Scrod. I never get tired of...

    Another nice ride, Scrod. I never get tired of that gif.
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    Oh, man! Good luck! Yellowstone is so beautiful....

    Oh, man! Good luck! Yellowstone is so beautiful. I was recently trying to explain to someone how going to national parks is so awesome because most of the people who take the time to visit are often...
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    Second guess: Matrix Iso C. Are all tires...

    Second guess: Matrix Iso C. Are all tires especially tight-fitting on those rims? Matrix rims are notorious for being a pain to mount tires. Okay, I'm done with the late night bike nerdiness.
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    I'll take a guess as to what rim that is--CXP33?...

    I'll take a guess as to what rim that is--CXP33?

    Dudes, I am getting so stoked for Alaska! I'm planning to bring only one bike up with me this summer. There is awesome road riding and mountain...
  11. Jonesing for the new Mercury Program record....

    Jonesing for the new Mercury Program record. Really digging this related jazzy post-rock band, Fugue:


    http://youtu.be/QNeeWZRU-zw
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    Damn, that sucks. Something else cool will come...

    Damn, that sucks. Something else cool will come along.
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    http://www.classicrendezvous.com/images/Japan/Shim...

    http://www.classicrendezvous.com/images/Japan/Shimano/Shim_DA_c-pull_1.jpg
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    Your builds seem reasonable. I was referring to...

    Your builds seem reasonable. I was referring to the kids who cut off their derailleur hangers and pull downtube shifter bosses off. Those people are trying to give the bike a "cleaner" look and end...
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    2000, 2.5L 4-cyl. It actually gets decent...

    2000, 2.5L 4-cyl. It actually gets decent mileage, like 30 MPG highway. I plan to hang on to it for as long as possible.
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    Bummer. Hope you get it sorted out. I...

    Bummer. Hope you get it sorted out.

    I installed new plugs and wires in my Ford Ranger and holy hell it runs about 100x better now. Almost completely eliminated my preignition pinging. Now I have...
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    A chainguard is an accessory. Removing the...

    A chainguard is an accessory. Removing the ability to put the chainguard on doesn't affect the functionality of the bike much, but removing brake bosses and derailleur hangers certainly makes the...
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    I'm assuming you have a half-link with a rivet....

    I'm assuming you have a half-link with a rivet. You can pull the wheel out of the dropouts and flex the section of chain with the half-link side to side to help decompress the stiff link. Or, using...
  19. I bet you're not using specially calibrated Deda...

    I bet you're not using specially calibrated Deda calipers.
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    We have a thread for posting pictures of your...

    We have a thread for posting pictures of your bike. Also, removing all the braze-ons is a terrible idea. When you get into other styles of riding and sell your Aerospoke you will regret not being...
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    Which front rack is that? Any strong opinions on...

    Which front rack is that? Any strong opinions on it?
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    For peace of mind you should get a half-link so...

    For peace of mind you should get a half-link so you can get your axle more securely inserted in the dropouts. Otherwise, a clean and functional build. Nice job.
  23. Stoked for the Viet Cong S/T coming out later...

    Stoked for the Viet Cong S/T coming out later this month!

    These dudes in the video below were from my state and I just found out about them two years after they broke up. Bummer.

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    No 40s in Florida, by law. Only 32s. :(

    No 40s in Florida, by law. Only 32s. :(
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    Does the low tire pressure of a fat bike keep...

    Does the low tire pressure of a fat bike keep this setup from bending axles? That would be my main concern, other than looking very kludgy.
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