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Old 03-11-06, 10:21 PM   #1
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One you have everything tight...

To keep from damaging the bolt on the back that pulls it to the rear, remove it. Once you have the wheel tight, there's no need for it even being on there other than to be damaged.

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Old 03-12-06, 09:36 AM   #2
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you dont say?
I cant believw how much informative you are, you forever changed my life.

you know after you get your stem clamped nice and tight on your bars, you can remove two of the screws so you dont risk damaging them too.
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that last ones a horrible idea.
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i was bein sarcastic, its only a good idea if you look forward to goin over the handle bars when they push forward.
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And the children continue to run amuck here...
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your just mad cuz your ideas suck.
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Always flowing with well thought out, intelligent responses! You should write for the New Yorker.
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