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    I have what Sheldon Brown would call a British...

    I have what Sheldon Brown would call a British ISO BB - the most common type, that is. I am seriously considering that German doohickey.

    EDIT: this:...
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    The issue I have (I think I mentioned it in my...

    The issue I have (I think I mentioned it in my opening post?) is that the chainline is more towards the hub, so shims like that would be counterproductive - they move the pulley(s) away from my...
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    Yes, that sounds like a great idea in principle....

    Yes, that sounds like a great idea in principle. And it was one of the first things I tried. It was a long cage derailleur. There was some issue, but I don't remember anymore. Currently I have a flu...
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    I have a cheap Chinese replica of the DMR STS (at...

    I have a cheap Chinese replica of the DMR STS (at least it looks like it), and the main problem was the chainline. Close, but not enough. Still, if you can snap a photo of your bike's rear dropout...
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    SS chain tensioner FOR COGS > 18T?

    I have a nice bike with vertical dropouts, which I drove SS using an eccentric hub wheel. I want to be able to use ANY rear wheel on that bike, though, in particular wheel with some kind of drum...
  6. Lots of good stuff in this post, thank you. Just...

    Lots of good stuff in this post, thank you.
    Just two quick remarks: the nut that came with my Schwalbe inner tube doesn't work that well with my deep-ish double walled rim.
    I like relatively high...
  7. I can appreciate the fact that you have had...

    I can appreciate the fact that you have had different experience from mine. Maybe you can try to, perhaps, appreciate the fact that I have had a different experience from yours, with the brand of...
  8. Okay, I think I'll add two more layers of inner...

    Okay, I think I'll add two more layers of inner tube.
  9. Would this work: 422733

    Would this work:
    422733
  10. Interesting idea. How wide and thick would that...

    Interesting idea. How wide and thick would that "washer" need to be? Could one make it from an inner tire?
  11. Many thanks! Indeed this rim is doublewalled. And...

    Many thanks! Indeed this rim is doublewalled. And I did realize, with one look at the rim, what you meant by rim-side and tube-side :/ but then you already wrote your answer confirming it.

    I see...
  12. Can you tell me more about these grommets?...

    Can you tell me more about these grommets? Specifically, what do you mean by "hub side of the rim"?


    Thanks - I always blunt/chamfer the edge of the valve hole. I do like a rather high pressure...
  13. A bit of a Presta virgin here - how will it work with Schrader/Dunlop-drilled rim?

    I have a 29-er bike with Schwalbe Ice Spiker Pro winter tires - the best, if you ask me. Problem is, the inner tires really do need to be suitable for such large tires, otherwise, apparently, they...
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    It would help if we could see just how bent is...

    It would help if we could see just how bent is that rim.

    That said, if you set your mind on replacing the rim, you should also replace the spokes, even if they look OK.
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    Sticky: Great, thanks a lot! But... that doesn't look...

    Great, thanks a lot! But... that doesn't look like 700Cx20. Actually, 700Cx20 are usually sew-ups. What is the width of the tire, exactly? Did you mean 2" ?
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    Sticky: I'm going to try this trick (eventually). If it...

    I'm going to try this trick (eventually). If it works, holy ****, really nice!
    Yeah, do put a picture up.
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    Without a doubt. As a scientist, I am glad that...

    Without a doubt. As a scientist, I am glad that my Chinese colleagues publish their work in English, so I can read it - but the Chinese research institutions and universities are growing in...
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    OK, that may be a genuinely useful advice,...

    OK, that may be a genuinely useful advice, actually. Thanks.
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    I never heard of that site. Unfortunately, I am...

    I never heard of that site. Unfortunately, I am unable to navigate it - as I don't speak Mandarin.
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    Taiwanese bike frames are excellent. And by...

    Taiwanese bike frames are excellent. And by "bike" I mean both bicycle and motorbike.

    But I am now looking for mainland Chinese (PRC) bikepart webshops.
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    I mentioned two sites, and I could find a lot of...

    I mentioned two sites, and I could find a lot of good deals. But that's just me - we all have different levels of skill, interest, attention span and strategy of searching.

    Unfortunately, neither...
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    Chinese sources of bike components?

    I've been shifting my purchases towards Chinese web-shops. I found out that, if I use common sense I can find good or adequate quality products while saving a huge deal of money. I've been purchasing...
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    Sticky: That's actually quite interesting. What size...

    That's actually quite interesting. What size tube/tire did you ride? How exactly is the knot positioned? Tell us more.

    This is all the more interesting because it's a snakebite puncture - i.e....
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    Sticky: Just so that this method is better documented,...

    Just so that this method is better documented, and because the Internet is transient, here's the picture of the V-shaped slacked chain ontop of which one is supposed to hit with a hammer or...
  25. It's also the first belt-driven FG I've ever seen.

    It's also the first belt-driven FG I've ever seen.
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