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    That doesn't belong on a GXP bottom bracket. It...

    That doesn't belong on a GXP bottom bracket. It looks like a spacer to adapt a Shimano/FSA style bottom bracket to the smaller non-drive side spindle on the GXP crank. The cable guide screw jamming...
  2. I used to talc, when I used to use tubes.

    I used to talc, when I used to use tubes.
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    I don't have the Park one, but the one I have is...

    I don't have the Park one, but the one I have is similar and the lid won't close without some slack in the chain. The upper brush pushes the chain down between the lower brushes and needs some slack...
  4. I'd use a disc wheelset and leave the discs off...

    I'd use a disc wheelset and leave the discs off until you need them. It doesn't look that bad and will prevent you from having to buy new wheels when you switch to disc brakes.
  5. I agree with Drew. 120psi in a front wheel...

    I agree with Drew. 120psi in a front wheel sounds painful to me unless you are very heavy. The front wheel doesn't carry the same load as the rear , so there is no reason to run the same pressure...
  6. You don't even need a hammer. Usually a spring...

    You don't even need a hammer. Usually a spring loaded center punch will work fine.
  7. Put a little baby powder in the tire or on the...

    Put a little baby powder in the tire or on the tube before installing.
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    The stuff you can get at hardware stores is...

    The stuff you can get at hardware stores is usually the 5% silver type that is just for soldering pipes, wire, etc. and has no real structural strength. If you want to join steel or stainless parts...
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    From the Hayes website. ...

    From the Hayes website.

    http://hayesdiscbrake.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/45-29157_DYNO_EXCESSIVE_LEVER_THROW_SERVICE.pdf
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    This ^. Stick a disc wheel in the frame and make...

    This ^. Stick a disc wheel in the frame and make sure the disc clears the stay before doing anything else.
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    Have you thought about shortening the fender? It...

    Have you thought about shortening the fender? It won't give as much protection, but its better than no fender in the rain.
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    I'm not sure exactly what you're asking for, but...

    I'm not sure exactly what you're asking for, but if you need a steerer tube for your fork.

    NOVA FORK STEERER AHEAD 320MM-25.4mm :: TUBES STEEL :: Nova Cycles Supply Inc.
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    Definitive guide: Cannondale frame headset fork...

    Definitive guide: Cannondale frame headset fork compatibility for mountain bikes | Cannondale Answers
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    +1 on the zip ties. They don't look as nice, but...

    +1 on the zip ties. They don't look as nice, but those clips always fall off.
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    ISIS was notorius for short lifespan. I have an...

    ISIS was notorius for short lifespan. I have an MTB crankset with ISIS and the best performing bottom bracket I found was the FSA Platinum. Race Face was the worst. Half a dozen rides on the Race...
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    Lots of odd things going on there. That "warped...

    Lots of odd things going on there. That "warped ring" is probably a wave washer used for pre-load on some external bottom bracket systems. The picture you show appears to be a threaded GXP bottom...
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    I don't know for sure if any threaded cogs will...

    I don't know for sure if any threaded cogs will fit. The entire surface is probably threaded to accommodate different width cogs. The base of some single speed cogs is wider than the teeth to...
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    Every cog you listed will work on your hub, with...

    Every cog you listed will work on your hub, with the exception of the Dura Ace 7600 cog. The Dura Ace cog is a thread on fixed gear cog. Threaded cogs will not work on your hub. Your hub should...
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    JoyTech only makes one single speed hub with...

    JoyTech only makes one single speed hub with splines and the website indicates that it is a "cassette gear" hub, which means it uses the standard Shimano/Sram cassette spline pattern. You can test...
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    I've been running tubeless tires on Kinlin XR200...

    I've been running tubeless tires on Kinlin XR200 rims for 3 years with no problems. The only problem I ever experienced in trying to set up a regular clincher rim with tubeless tires was on a Kinlin...
  21. That frame is clearly too small for you. ...

    That frame is clearly too small for you. However, most non-Brooks saddles will allow you to slide the saddle back further than a Brooks. The Brooks saddle rails have very little ability to move...
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    The yellow plastic Pedros levers are the best...

    The yellow plastic Pedros levers are the best levers I've ever used. Much stronger than any of the others and still small enough to carry with you.
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    Is it real carbon? Yes. Is it a real Leader...

    Is it real carbon? Yes. Is it a real Leader i806TR? Probably not, but that doesn't mean its not a perfectly good fork. If it's the straight steerer shown on the website(which the real i806TR does...
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    That is a good idea, if you absolutely need to...

    That is a good idea, if you absolutely need to make it yourself. I've made exactly one dummy axle and decided I was the dummy for spending hours machining it. I totally understand wanting to make...
  25. I don't know what kind of drill press you have,...

    I don't know what kind of drill press you have, but I'm pretty sure mine would break a tap in short order. It seems ridiculous to suggest spending the time necessary to turn the part in a lathe(one...
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