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    How much is motorcycle chain grease and how do...

    How much is motorcycle chain grease and how do you apply it to the inside of the frame? Frame Saver is 10-15 bucks for enough to do a few frames and it's easy to apply.
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    No, you won't get flats every time you ride! You...

    No, you won't get flats every time you ride! You *do* need to fix whatever caused the flat in the first place (whether it's a nail or thorn in the tire or spoke poking the innertube or whatnot) or...
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    I'd just use a length of velcro one-wrap to...

    I'd just use a length of velcro one-wrap to secure the wheel to the frame since this kind of wheel flop is only an issue when parked. Plus, the velcro is useful for other things when not employed for...
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    No offense intended to OP, but this is the first...

    No offense intended to OP, but this is the first thing that came to mind:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlA9bNk3b5Q
  5. +1 on Solar Shields. I love mine so much I never...

    +1 on Solar Shields. I love mine so much I never leave home without 'em.
  6. In absence of an optician one could probably...

    In absence of an optician one could probably employ a moustache stylist to achieve the same result. :)
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    Pretty sure that's his granny gear..

    Pretty sure that's his granny gear..
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    Before commenting on a handlebar conversion OP,...

    Before commenting on a handlebar conversion OP, have you considered that perhaps you simply have an unsuitable bike for your needs? This is important because changing handlebars (and all the...
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    A thief doesn't care about what kind of key the...

    A thief doesn't care about what kind of key the lock takes since it's easier to either cut the lock or the thing the bike is locked to. Or cut through the bike itself if it has good parts.
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    Or a "may your glass have redundant capacity"...

    Or a "may your glass have redundant capacity" engineering zone.
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    :commute: Excellent news! Thanks for the update

    :commute: Excellent news! Thanks for the update
  12. V-8! Never thought of that, and I even like the...

    V-8! Never thought of that, and I even like the stuff.

    Thanks for the tip!
  13. Maybe they didn't even have moms... :(

    Maybe they didn't even have moms... :(
  14. Yep, I have this rack branded as the Sunlite Gold...

    Yep, I have this rack branded as the Sunlite Gold Tec as well and I like it a lot. I would never put anything heavy like loaded panniers on it, but for small things e.g. small basket, handlebar bag,...
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    I have the 4', works perfectly to connect the...

    I have the 4', works perfectly to connect the front wheel to the U-lock shackle.. You can fit the cable around the front wheel and optionally the front triangle of the frame to keep everything...
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    Pletscher?

    Pletscher?
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    I know it's difficult to capture perspective in...

    I know it's difficult to capture perspective in an image but from where I sit the spokes look to be the incorrect length for that rim/hub combo. They look like they are look too long and are flexing...
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    Now you're talkin'! Back when I used to...

    Now you're talkin'!

    Back when I used to commute on my MTB I'd stop by the bakery on the way home and get 2-3 donuts to keep my company on the way home and I'd just slip 'em on the bar-ends for...
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    I think the most important take-away from this...

    I think the most important take-away from this thread is that danishes are good.
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    Although it's not advisable in most situations...

    Although it's not advisable in most situations you *can* carefully ride a bike with a broken spoke, particularly if you only need to get it to the shop to have it fixed. If I were in your position...
  21. I have the classic version and I love them so...

    I have the classic version and I love them so much I never leave home without them. Excellent sun, wind and bug protection and a good price so I'm never worried about them getting lost or broken.
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    It's not that simple: there are different axle...

    It's not that simple: there are different axle diameters, different lengths, hollow quick-release vs. solid, aluminum vs steel, threading, etc. It would help if you explain what type of bike and hub...
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    This is incredibly stupid and you should stop now...

    This is incredibly stupid and you should stop now before you get yourself hurt as a result of your own actions.

    1. It won't in any way prevent bike theft.
    2. There is a very, very real risk that,...
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    Best of luck and speedy healing to you!

    Best of luck and speedy healing to you!
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