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Old 05-01-05, 12:31 AM
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wrenchmonkey
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Originally Posted by Dirtdrop
Reading this makes me feel much better. I was beginning to think there's something seriously wrong with me. I know my friends and family think there is. Maybe they're right, but at least I know I'm not the only one. When I've done everything I can possibly do to a bike, I have to immediately get another one. I can't stand it when I don't have a bike to work on.
I'm in the same boat. My wife may honestly be a little worried about me. I took an overhaul class last fall with the idea I could save some money by doing the maintenance work on my new mountain bike myself. It's now three bikes later... I'm definately NOT saving any money. In fact I had to quit smoking in order to fund my new addiction. I love making something old, squeeky and rusty, new, shiny and smooth.
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