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    When I had my shop, I had a hanging scale...

    When I had my shop, I had a hanging scale accessible to anyone who wanted to use it. It was fun to see who could come up with the best guess.
  2. You are correct about this. The Shell must be...

    You are correct about this. The Shell must be chamfered. There are other special installation tools required as well that are not commonly found. As a matter of fact, I'm the only one I know of in my...
  3. I think you are correct. If a larger range is...

    I think you are correct. If a larger range is desired, a Schlumpf is the way to go. As large a chain ring as you can put on a 110mm bcd, on the speed drive, or a high speed drive with an output ratio...
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    Any progress is good! Thanks for the update....

    Any progress is good! Thanks for the update. We're all pulling for ya.:thumb:
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    Welcome aboard. looks like you found the true...

    Welcome aboard. looks like you found the true meaning of 42 years ago. we are still trying to figure it out around here.:lol:
  6. There was a time before Surly offered complete...

    There was a time before Surly offered complete bikes that you bought the frame and fork and built the bike you wanted around it. I was a Surly dealer back then.
  7. Spoke prep is water based. Don't think it would...

    Spoke prep is water based. Don't think it would mix well with linseed oil.
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    Thank you very much for the kind words. The...

    Thank you very much for the kind words.
    The rack has held up well through some pretty heavy duty use, so the EMT is more than up to the job.
    As for welding galvanized, I am fully aware of the...
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    I've eaten at some pretty swanky joints, from...

    I've eaten at some pretty swanky joints, from Paris, London, Venice, Vienna, and Athens. I don't remember what any of those experiences cost, or which was the most expensive, because to enjoy the...
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    We ate in the Eiffel Tower on our first evening...

    We ate in the Eiffel Tower on our first evening in Paris a few years ago. Can't remember what I had, but I broke a tooth during the course of the meal. Fortunately, there was no pain involved and I...
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    The ketchup is in glass bottles, not those trashy...

    The ketchup is in glass bottles, not those trashy plastic squeezable ones.
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    I don't often visit that forum, but now I have...

    I don't often visit that forum, but now I have the sinking feeling this thread will end up there. I wasn't thinking so much about the political implications as how they are going to mess with each...
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    King Timmy?

    This one seems to have even caught some negative attention from the white house while most Americans will ask, who's Timmy.

    Tim Hortons-Burger King deal ?out of left field? but has ?huge upside,?...
  14. Your strength and courage are an inspiration. I...

    Your strength and courage are an inspiration. I know that great strides have been made in the management of this disease, although as yet, no cure.
    Soldier on!
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    While I generally like to stick with the brand...

    While I generally like to stick with the brand names like Wheelsmith, DT Swiss or Sapim, I have for various reasons in the past used generic spokes with good results.
    As an example, my cargo bike...
  16. Handlebar plugs.

    Handlebar plugs.
  17. I don't know if it's available in France, but the...

    I don't know if it's available in France, but the Brodie Once is a nice option. Chain drive only though.
    Brodie Bikes
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    This oughta do it. ...

    This oughta do it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iD-UoBg-YU
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    I know I'm tweaking the nose of the flat fairy...

    I know I'm tweaking the nose of the flat fairy every time I say it, but I don't remember how many years it's been since I had a flat. Schwalbe Marathon and Marathon Plus tires on most of the fleet.
  20. Wow! What an amazing trip, and well done video. ...

    Wow! What an amazing trip, and well done video.
    I did some winter road trucking above the tree line. (The History Channel insists on calling it the ice road.)
    You brought back some memories.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2oEmPP5dTM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2oEmPP5dTM
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    Bike mounts make for a shakier video than a chest...

    Bike mounts make for a shakier video than a chest mount, but it gives you the flexibility to shoot various angles. editing down to short clips and stitching them together keeps the watcher more...
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    I find even 10 minutes too long for a ride video....

    I find even 10 minutes too long for a ride video. Some of my early ones were pretty long, but now I try to edit them down to no more than 5 or 6 minutes. 3 or 4 is even better. few viewers will stay...
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    Were you using a chest mount for that shot? I...

    Were you using a chest mount for that shot? I find I get better video with my chest mount than the helmet mount. I've also been using a clamp on gooseneck for some videos. Lets you get some cool...
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    A typical folding bike post is also much larger...

    A typical folding bike post is also much larger in diameter than a typical DF post.Good luck finding a 27.2 post in 580mm.
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