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    I haven't any experience loading the Swift up....

    I haven't any experience loading the Swift up. There have been others to load rear panniers... maybe in the giant Swift thread.

    This Saturday I made 2 trips to the shops on my Brompton using the...
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    I have both. But there is no crappy winter...

    I have both. But there is no crappy winter weather especially snow here so no comment on that.

    The Swift and Brompton are far apart. Maybe as far apart as they can be.

    The Brompton folds...
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    That's an awesome result, well done you two!

    That's an awesome result, well done you two!
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    Too wide, as in they would stick out when...

    Too wide, as in they would stick out when inserted? That would be fixable with a file. Too easy.

    Do they need to be of the oil impregnated type?
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    Wow very inexpensive too. I might get some. Just...

    Wow very inexpensive too. I might get some. Just in case.
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    I once made my own bushes from Delrin, which I...

    I once made my own bushes from Delrin, which I think a superior solution. Delrin is self-lubricated and more elastic than bronze (I think) so will be more tolerant to long term vibration... Cheaper...
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    I have 2 APBs, and a friend has one, so that's 3...

    I have 2 APBs, and a friend has one, so that's 3 sets... Have you posed your question on the Yahoo Moulton group?
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    Sweet indeed!

    Sweet indeed!
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    I am now getting the drawings ready, so still...

    I am now getting the drawings ready, so still lots of time before it's too late. At least some weeks. It depends on me getting into gear and doing the drawing mods, because so far only one party has...
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    No problem on that, I think. Single orders from...

    No problem on that, I think. Single orders from the company would probably be no problem wrt paying extra, I think I would be able to persuade them to give us the quantity price even for single...
  11. Thread: Creaking MU P8

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    Could be the inner faces of the joint rubbing...

    Could be the inner faces of the joint rubbing against each other. Rub them with some wax or thick oil.
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    I am just back from an unexpected overseas trip,...

    I am just back from an unexpected overseas trip, I hope to check the suitcase fit this week.

    Did you also write am email to me? If not, pls PM me your em address. I'll send you the drawings.
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    Correct, I have the 74mm on my Brommie. In tests...

    Correct, I have the 74mm on my Brommie. In tests I have seen, the Son Deluxe is to be compared to the SP SV dyno, but the general reviews that are easily found such as the CTC pdf compare the Son...
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    I have a SP SV dynamo hub and their light too....

    I have a SP SV dynamo hub and their light too. Superior to Son I think. Much cheaper too. SP=Shutter Precision
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    +1

    +1
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    No, I wasn't overstating anything at all, the 2nd...

    No, I wasn't overstating anything at all, the 2nd post which I was responding to, clearly mentioned 700c wheels in response to the road-style 20" wheels in the OP. I never brought crappy roads into...
  17. Fit a rubber foot they come in many sizes.

    Fit a rubber foot they come in many sizes.
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    That would be ignorence, largely. See this thread...

    That would be ignorence, largely. See this thread http://www.bikeforums.net/folding-bikes/420565-why-small-wheels-not-harsher-than-large-ones.html?highlight=Small+wheels
    for the reason.
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    Full sized folder?? An IF Move *is* full sized....

    Full sized folder?? An IF Move *is* full sized. It's designed for adults. And on smooth road, there is negligible difference in wheel performance between 700c and 20". Look up speed records on...
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    Yes, on a lathe that I had access to at the time.

    Yes, on a lathe that I had access to at the time.
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    That's some serious mileage in just 2 weeks!...

    That's some serious mileage in just 2 weeks! Proof that folders are serious bikes too. Perhaps not quite as fast as a roadie... But double the fun! Is your face still frozen in a grin?
  22. The expense doesn't stop with buying a sewing...

    The expense doesn't stop with buying a sewing machine. After that, you'd have to source suitable material in suitable quantity, suitable zippers, means of attaching bags to the frame and then become...
  23. Suspension can be a bit of a gimmick. The first...

    Suspension can be a bit of a gimmick. The first thing to have is a set of good wide tyres, especially in your case. You won't be needing suspension for that. So if your preferred option does not have...
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    Well there goes his $800 budget.

    Well there goes his $800 budget.
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    How fast can I find an affordable folder? - very...

    How fast can I find an affordable folder? - very fast.
    How fast can I find an affordable fast folder? - very slow.
    How affordable can I find a fast folder? - not very.
    How do I make an affordable...
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