That's 1 inch.
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That's 1 inch.
As I said, I've had no issues.
I use ImageShack with no issues, but it's not free.
The manufacturer warns not to use it on lacquer finishes.
We need to know the diameter of the post you bought, not the length.
I think you mean Foredom tool. I have done the same with a Dremel, the poor man's Foredom.
A sanding drum mounted on a drill press worked better, or at least faster.
There is also a TdF fork decal.
I just bought a new hose for mine on eBay. The old one cracked after 40 years. I'm sure you won't be able to buy a new glass for your gauge, but a whole new gauge won't cost much. Try eBay for those,...
What you have described is neither a snake bite nor a pinch flat.
"Pinch flats (Snake Bites). This flat is identified by one or two distinct puncture marks on a tube, as if it were bitten by a...
Either it's a tandem or you mean bottom bracket cups.
The stainless fulcrum sleeve is worth the additional cost. It will never let you down.
That advice doesn't apply to his bike. Take a closer look.
Road levers won't fit.
A used Brooks B68.
The retrofrictions are better and they're better looking.
Mine have no washers, but they are the earlier version.
That just not possible. Axles that use quick releases can't protrude past the dropouts or the quick releases won't work.
An axel is a figure skating move.
I did not respond to your post. What are you talking about? I'm talking about retrofrictions. I said nothing about Rivendell or Suntour shifters.
I was thinking the same thing.
No it does not. It's a retrofriction shifter. The spring controls the tension. It may have a broken spring.
Strange how Loctite got changed to Lactate when Mlamp quoted Velovixen.
I directed no sarcasm at you. Read it again.
Make it smaller. I use a disk sander.
Bicycle Chainrings (Chainwheels) from Harris Cyclery
I just used a standard ferule. It doesn't really need to "go in". It butts up against it.
You remind me of Sheldon Cooper. He can't recognize sarcasm either.