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    Get creative, I was sharing an idea of a neat...

    Get creative, I was sharing an idea of a neat material to use. Two ladders side by side with wheels underneath is one solution. You have to think outside the box to build something that big and...
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    I used a piece of aluminum ladder for my utility...

    I used a piece of aluminum ladder for my utility trailer. It is strong, flexes a little, and has been great. Here is a quick picture.
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    and there is an album of pictures here.
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    When coasting downhill, always shift to a larger...

    When coasting downhill, always shift to a larger chainring. That is an old habit I learned in the start of MTB in the 80's. Chainsuck was a big deal in the early MTB days, and the bigger chainring,...
  4. I used 113mm bottom bracket on a Redline...

    I used 113mm bottom bracket on a Redline crankset. I have a single chainring on the outside, and the chain grazes the tire when on the largest cog. I have the "Big Apple 26x2.35" and love them. I...
  5. I had slight rub, but my Yuba is a custom build...

    I had slight rub, but my Yuba is a custom build with one chainring on the front. i put in a slightly wider BB, and have no problems now. Not sure how the stock setup would work, but it is fixable...
  6. I have the Big Apple 26x2.35, and have had no...

    I have the Big Apple 26x2.35, and have had no flats so far in a year of use. They roll much better than stock tires as well. I did install with Slime tubes, as changing the back wheel would be a...
  7. I have had a YUBA for over a year with cable...

    I have had a YUBA for over a year with cable operated Avid BB7's and love them. I haven't used hydraulics on any bikes yet, so can't compare, but the Avids work great, and are low cost. I have a 180...
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    Yuba Mundo taillight solution

    I used a piece of aluminium angle, and fashioned a bracket to hold two lights under the back rack. They are protected from damage as the rack protrudes past the lights by just a fraction of an inch....
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    FS: YUBA MUNDO fork(s)

    I re-worked a Mundo fork to make it disc only. here is a picture - 259547

    I am always tweaking my bikes, so just bought a new 'threadless' fork. If you need a spare to replace your damaged fork, I...
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    Great movie. The bikes are AMF "Roadmasters"....

    Great movie. The bikes are AMF "Roadmasters". They are not fixed but SS.
    Bob Ruddy
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    Surly Steamroller is the frame to buy. I have had...

    Surly Steamroller is the frame to buy. I have had mine three years and dialed it in to match my road bike as far as setup. I have done centuries but most of my rides are in the 40-60 range. I have...
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    Hi Blondie!

    Hi Blondie!
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    Surlys work great. 2 cross on the front and three...

    Surlys work great. 2 cross on the front and three on the back and you have a good servicable set of wheels
    Bob
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    I signed up to BF today to find you guys. I was...

    I signed up to BF today to find you guys. I was the "bigger" sweeper. Glad you enjoyed our bridge ride. It was great seeing the four of you having so much fun!
    Bob Ruddy
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