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  1. You'll also need a front brake caliper, brake...

    You'll also need a front brake caliper, brake levers, brake cables, and brake cable housing. A basic Tektro caliper brake should work fine, the specific levers will depend on the bars you get.
  2. He probably means you sound like a spambot. Your...

    He probably means you sound like a spambot. Your previous post reads like ad-copy. Badly written ad-copy.



    So, Taiwaenese, not-Reynolds steel. Not necessarily bad, but it doesn't come across...
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    The SH56 is the multi-release cleat. Try the...

    The SH56 is the multi-release cleat. Try the SH51 instead, it's the standard spd cleat from Shimano. I use the SH56 myself because my feet aren't just wide, they also sit about 90° to one another....
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    SIDI Dominator Megawidth Why? Because, short of...

    SIDI Dominator Megawidth
    Why? Because, short of a custom shoe, they're the only things that fit my freakishly wide feet.

    Previously I had a pair of Specialized [model-discontinued], they didn't...
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    Oooh, that's pretty.

    Oooh, that's pretty.
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    Okay, this is what you should have back there...

    Okay, this is what you should have back there (this pic is a Giant OCR C3 frame)

    http://i.imgur.com/8qJswQB.png

    The derailleur hanger is the bit below the dropout with the hole in it. You'll...
  7. "Neither do people put old chains on a new...

    "Neither do people put old chains on a new drivetrain. If they do, the chainring and cog will wear; the chain will rattle out and the ride will be ruined. No, they put new chains onto new...
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    Poll: Fixed for accuracy. Any bike you buy will have...

    Fixed for accuracy. Any bike you buy will have to be, at least somewhat, disassembled for shipping. Regardless of who you buy it from.
  9. Derp on my part. (I swear I didn't see that post...

    Derp on my part. (I swear I didn't see that post when I was typing.)
  10. It looks, to me, like an artifact of whatever...

    It looks, to me, like an artifact of whatever process they used to form the seatpost collar area.

    Did you prep the frame yourself and then have it powder coated or did you have them do...
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    FIXed.

    FIXed.
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    I was curious, so I Googled, and sure enough ...

    I was curious, so I Googled, and sure enough

    (Full Set: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cronobikes/3999042450/in/photostream/ )

    https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2658/3999042450_199b917e78_o.jpg
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    I've also seen plenty with the lock around just...

    I've also seen plenty with the lock around just the fork and the rack . . . with QR wheels. :bang:
    (This is a university campus, incidentally.)
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    Those fenders would have to go. I doubt they'd...

    Those fenders would have to go. I doubt they'd work well in any serious amount of water and, with only two bolts to hold them on, I doubt they'd stay level over time. (I wouldn't want to end up...
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    Today's Whiskey Tango Foxtrot moment brought to...

    Today's Whiskey Tango Foxtrot moment brought to you by…

    http://i.imgur.com/1ocE5bQ.jpg

    :wtf:
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    I think you may have a different fit issue going...

    I think you may have a different fit issue going on there. It shouldn't make your junk numb to ride with a level saddle.
  17. Thread: Hubs

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    How about the strength of the bear? ...

    How about the strength of the bear?

    http://application.denofgeek.com/pics/tv/bsr03.jpg
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    It's called an anatomic bend and I have them on...

    It's called an anatomic bend and I have them on both my bikes. I really like them a lot. I find the "humped" section in the drop very comfortable.

    (Also, level your saddles out and you'll have...
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    Since nobody asked... my advice would be to get...

    Since nobody asked... my advice would be to get whatever carbon parts you want, but don't install them without a torque wrench.
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    Well…

    There is such a thing, but it is not so terribly pleasing to the eye and is designed for nothing but endurance snack eating.
    ...
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    I guess Texas is different, I haven't really run...

    I guess Texas is different, I haven't really run into roadie snobbery down here.
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    Every time I think I'm over these someone comes...

    Every time I think I'm over these someone comes along and posts another one. Then the urges start up and I start thinking about my bank balances and parts list…

    (Also, you may want a cable and a...
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    Bikepedia...

    Bikepedia says the MSRP on that year of T1 was about $830 USD. I have no idea what the dealer's cost would be.

    As long as the roads aren't too beat up in your area you shouldn't have any trouble...
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    This confuses me. How does a broken chain lead...

    This confuses me. How does a broken chain lead to more weight on the handlebars?
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    I found their website: Runbiking...

    I found their website: Runbiking. It may look fun, but for €880 (about $1180 USD), they can keep it.
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