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Old 06-25-06, 09:08 PM   #1
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where would one begin

I like to think I can learn from others, I have an Ellsworth joker and would like to work on it myself. I need a stand that would hold it up.

1. So what would be the one to get? And where?
2. Is there an easy to understand/mentally challenge bike mechanics book?
3. I have a lot of tools (car/reg tools), but is there any tools I should have for the chain, true the spokes with on and onů.?

Thanks for any help


Ps. I saw that DVD is that worth getting
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