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I would use a rivnut for that. Most bike shops have them. My concern would be losing part of the original rivet in the tube and having a rattle. I hate rattles.
Not a bad start. Have you brazed before? I would start with tight fitting tubes so you can cut them up to verify penetration. I’m just starting to learn brazing myself and I’m local to you. Let...
They are most likely brazed on with silver. I doubt epoxy would hold. It can be done but not without a repaint.
If it pulls one way then your fork is out of alignment. Are you sure that stem isn't off center or the wheel isn't all the way in the dropout?
try admin and password. If it's a linksys I think that is the default. How did you set this up to begin with?
Type in 192.168.1.1 into your browser and log in.
That really is beautiful.
Downtown riding is fun. Climb up the parking garages for great night time views.
Well played sir.
I've been riding around Sac for years. You will have to try really hard to look like a poser. Just ride.
The new SUV is ridable. Next to build in the seats for the cargo.
I prefer 28's for urban use. For me it's the right mix between fast and smooth.
I would buy this and have all the frames.
Cold gravel ride last weekend.
It's built by Cycletrucks here in the Sacramento area. It's also build to come apart between the steertube and the cross tubes. Parts are on order to get this built and I need to build a seat for...
Today I found out that I will most likely be authoring a state legislative bill for bike advocacy. This is both profoundly exciting and terrifying at the same time.
It's how you build a short wheel base frame if you don't have the tools to bend the seat tube. It does effectively the same thing.
Looks like a vintage TT bike. Probably purpose built. The seat tube connection to the DT was mostly used to reduce the chainstay. Great bike.
Personally I think they should be juggling beers and hand them out durring the race.
First post here and a new project. I just got the frame and it should be built in the next few weeks.
When built it will be north of 60lbs I imagine. It will be build with a nexus 8 hub in the rear and a dyno hub in front. I need to build a seat for my two passengers as well. I should be able to...
I just bought a cargo bike frame that should be built in the next few weeks.
The only thing that is suicide about doing this is running with out a brake. I've used a freewheel wheel with a fixed cog and skid but there was always a brake on there.