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    Amen, I am so sick of this entire "craft beer"...

    Amen, I am so sick of this entire "craft beer" gimmick. I like my beer to taste like beer. I want it to be cheap and cold.
  2. While at HD getting PVC you could have picked up...

    While at HD getting PVC you could have picked up some threaded rod and washers and made your self a headset press. I still have mine from 15 or so years ago, always worked great for me.
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    Cmon, antlers and wasp nest? Jackass thread is...

    Cmon, antlers and wasp nest? Jackass thread is that-a-way----->
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    That MASI for 250 is a decent price. Modern MASI...

    That MASI for 250 is a decent price. Modern MASI has some good offerings. The Coltello was a great frame not sure if it is still available or not.
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    Just because the saddle height might be the...

    Just because the saddle height might be the correct height, does not mean the top tube length is the correct length for you.
  6. If you are going to be running this setup on the...

    If you are going to be running this setup on the street in all weather conditions go sealed. When the BB explodes (if ever) yank it out and replace.
    Maintenance on the loose ball S75 BB is easy and...
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    What a noob. Dude forgot to lock his crank, stem...

    What a noob. Dude forgot to lock his crank, stem bars and seatpost.
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    Can't compare a vintage Paramount to a mass...

    Can't compare a vintage Paramount to a mass produced modern lugged complete bike for $650. The paramount would be closer to a Bob Jackson in terms of $$$ or quality.
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    +1 to this. Before being able to bring my bike...

    +1 to this. Before being able to bring my bike into my office, I would leave a heavy chain lock on the bike rack 24/7. Mini U-lock and a small cable for on the go.
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    Brooks on a Super Pista is JA worthy.

    Brooks on a Super Pista is JA worthy.
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    You feel stretched? It looks like a pretty...

    You feel stretched? It looks like a pretty upright riding position to me. Hoods will raise your hands up. Where did you purchase the bike from? It's easier to diagnose and correct fit issues in...
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    You look cramped on the bike, a longer stem and...

    You look cramped on the bike, a longer stem and some hoods should stretch you out a little. The hoods will also give you a better hand position for climbing.
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    Kilo TTs are pretty much the same frame as the...

    Kilo TTs are pretty much the same frame as the old(ish) KHS Flite 100s and Spicers. Decent frames, not the stiffest or lightest but when built up with respectable parts they can be great bikes.

    As...
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    I miss my Benotto.

    I miss my Benotto.
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    At least it has a threaded 1" headset. WABI...

    At least it has a threaded 1" headset. WABI missed the mark on that one.(IMO)
  16. Not sure you'd be able to find something...

    Not sure you'd be able to find something desirable under $300.
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    The De Rosa is no slouch either.

    The De Rosa is no slouch either.
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    What type of steerer? Should be able to install a...

    What type of steerer? Should be able to install a new starnut.
  20. Thread: 20" vs 24"

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    Thanks Street Rider, that's exactly what I was...

    Thanks Street Rider, that's exactly what I was thinking as I was comparing the 2 frame sets. Gonna most likely go with the 20" for sure.
  21. Thread: 20" vs 24"

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    20" vs 24"

    I've a got a question that hopefully one of you guys with more experience can help me with. I am interested in building up a BMX bike to mess around on. I'd like to hit some street, dirt and park....
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    I vote rear brake is not necessary in this case,...

    I vote rear brake is not necessary in this case, but it can't hurt.
  23. Thread: Today I:

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    Today I did a 20 mile ride in this disgusting NYC...

    Today I did a 20 mile ride in this disgusting NYC heat.
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    I agree with Calv, try a longer stem. You could...

    I agree with Calv, try a longer stem. You could also keep your current stem and get a set of bullhorn handlebars to try and stretch you out a little more. Bike fit is a very personal thing, it seems...
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    I never ran an X2 on the track for that exact...

    I never ran an X2 on the track for that exact reason, X4 all the way. I just prefer a 4 bolt system. Spreads the load over a wider area and just seems stiffer to me. The X2 always looked a little...
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