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I am referring to the pool noodle strapped to the top tube.
That fattest thing that will fit.
Take a look at this video. Especially at 2:30.
The point is that when you are seating the last bit of tire you need to push all the already-seated...
The $310 option. Because it's cheaper.
It's the axle wrench that I ride with. The lockring tool works well enough but I do not use it if I have the Hozan around. I have never used the little allen wrench that pokes out the side because I...
You guys are probably right. 20t to 16t actually five teeth, so I will correct the math. But a track end will probably handle that. I go from 19 - 21 on my commuter between summer and winter but I...
I like to have cone wrenches. If you don't have them and know how to use them you might destroy your wheel without knowing it is happening.
Cutters - you might be surprised that the cutters don't cut it. I use a dremel and thin grinding wheel but you can also get a special cable-cutter.
New wheels are in the mail; I just want to do it right this time.
Thanks for the advice folks - I will get the anti-seize!
If you are going to be changing your rear cog it's a no brainer, not even worth asking the question. Track ends cannot take up four teeth worth of slack (but of course you could change the length of...
Might wanna re-read.
The math on starting with two frames, one vertical one horizontal, building one up and deciding you don't like it and then building up the other instead. Don't assume that all of the parts will fit...
Show your math.
Absolutety - it's another part on your bike that will get screwed up. If you are touring on this bike what are you going to do when the tensioner breaks?
Night Shift answered your question in the...
I was threading a cog on and it never seated, when I got to the point that it should have stopped things got kind of mushy. I knew right away what happened so I gave it a few more turns and it stayed...
Instead of month you should try temperature. And figure out how to control for snow on the ground. Maybe do this by a data request for city plow time. But temperature alone would be cool.
Cant decide if good or bad idea.
"With enough force I suppose it backs itself out, punches into the lockring, and because the lockring spins the opposite direction, it just pushes the lock ring out and takes the threads with it."
In your opinion.
iPhone 6 fits in a Seagull Bags phone case that attaches to messie bag strap. Mine phone is in a Speck case and the whole thing fits in there. It has a totally cool feature - I can't really explain...
i use one of these when needed:
its got Velcro in the back which could be extended.
See here and the rest of that thread.
ETA: searching for "covers" or "shoe covers" will get you better...