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Unofficial Bonehead Moves Appreciation Thread

Old 05-20-16, 08:19 AM
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Originally Posted by OldsCOOL View Post
I think the winner is the story of the guy removing the plastic dork disc with a propane torch. It's in the roadie and mech forums from a few years back.
https://www.bikeforums.net/bicycle-me...heel-fire.html

For those interested (I know I was)...

If anyone else reads the Mechanics section, there was recently a guy who tried to fix some cracks in his head tube with epoxy, wire and fiberglass. That is another interesting read
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Originally Posted by Shinkers View Post
https://www.bikeforums.net/bicycle-me...heel-fire.html

For those interested (I know I was)...

If anyone else reads the Mechanics section, there was recently a guy who tried to fix some cracks in his head tube with epoxy, wire and fiberglass. That is another interesting read
I cross posted the thread to the roadies after reading it in the mech forum. Priceless.
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Old 05-20-16, 08:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Shinkers View Post
https://www.bikeforums.net/bicycle-me...heel-fire.html

For those interested (I know I was)...
The first clue should have been this sentence in his opening paragraph.
I didnt much care for the plastic thing that prevents the chain from going over the highest gear
Why, I must ask, was his dork disc on the high-gear side of his FW?
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I'm almost to embarrassed to post this, but the other day I wasnt paying attention as I removed a left crank arm off a bike. Apparently I had forgotten to remove the crank arm bolt first and the arm puller did a very nice job of pulling the threads right out of the aluminum arm.

Fortunately I was tossing the arm anyway, but man if this had been a nice higher-end crankset I would've seriously cried.
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My last build I was putting a bb and crankset from a 87 Ironman on an 89 Ironman and wasn't sure which spindle was the long /drive side and it was really worrying me. But I figured I had a 50-50 chance getting it right. After putting it on I realized I put the wrong side spindle in, so uninstalled reversed spindle, buttoned it all up, same thing. What gives? So I checked it to my other Ironman and the chainring was closer to the chain stay than my other ironman and no way the chain could fit between the chainring and chainstay . And to make things worse when I'd spin the crank arm some spots were closer than others. So I go to harbor freight and get some measuring calipers. Uninstalled bb and crankset again, Measure and no detectable difference in the bb spindle sides. ??? So I go to the Centurion thread and ask what gives? Answer: Your chain is never gonna be between chainring and chainstay. Doh! And the size spindle I was using doesn't have a long side. Doh! As for the wobble? I figured that out myself, I had to tighten up the the chainring bolts. Doh! So reinstalled bb and crankset again.
Before that I had only done a couple of bb installs now I'm experienced.
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Originally Posted by exmechanic89 View Post
I'm almost to embarrassed to post this, but the other day I wasnt paying attention as I removed a left crank arm off a bike. Apparently I had forgotten to remove the crank arm bolt first and the arm puller did a very nice job of pulling the threads right out of the aluminum arm.

Fortunately I was tossing the arm anyway, but man if this had been a nice higher-end crankset I would've seriously cried.
Yeah well, the whole point is to embarrass yourself here. And man, that's a good one.
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Old 05-20-16, 09:47 AM
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The one that haunts me... I've put long boards and poles in the rafters of the garage. I didn't take into account that the rafters may vibrate when the garage door is opened and closed. One day I go out to the garage and see a 4 foot long 2x6 sitting in the center of the garage - I figured the kids were digging around and didn't put stuff back. I grabbed my Voyageur SP and rode to the bike shop. While I'm there, I had one of the kids put my bike in the stand and look at something for me. He even makes a comment about how pristine the bike is. I ride home, park the bike while I open the garage, as I'm walking back to the bike, something doesn't look right... and there's a dent about the size of a dime on the top tube, just forward of the center TT cable guide.

After thinking about it, the 2x6 must've fallen out of the rafters and clocked the top tube... I was actually sick to my stomach.

So easily preventable, but...

I was just working on that bike last night - threw on a Stronglight 99BIS - I think it'll work out nicely on that bike. Now about fixing or concealing the dent so my eyes aren't drawn to it as I ride.
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I got about 5 miles before I saw this:





Made it home safely

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Originally Posted by Shinkers View Post
https://www.bikeforums.net/bicycle-me...heel-fire.html

For those interested (I know I was)...

If anyone else reads the Mechanics section, there was recently a guy who tried to fix some cracks in his head tube with epoxy, wire and fiberglass. That is another interesting read
Oh man, and other exclamations I can't type here.

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Old 05-20-16, 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by exmechanic89 View Post
I'm almost to embarrassed to post this, but the other day I wasnt paying attention as I removed a left crank arm off a bike. Apparently I had forgotten to remove the crank arm bolt first

In hurry one day, one crank arm was really really hard to get off - then a big pop and and the arm came off - as I removed the crank puller, I discovered the nut under the crank puller! Lucky it wasn't a bolt type

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i wholly applaud the disgust you have for dork disks.
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Old 05-20-16, 03:34 PM
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Originally Posted by The Golden Boy View Post
... the 2x6 must've fallen out of the rafters and clocked the top tube...
so that's how that happens. when asked, the owners seldom know.
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Originally Posted by J.Oxley View Post
And man, that's a good one.
Yeah, it's definitely a good one, lol. I dont know about anyone else in this thread but it made me furious at myself for doing something so 'boneheaded', lol.
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Old 05-20-16, 08:16 PM
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I was fine tuning the curve of my rear brake cable over the seat lug, so I trimmed a bit off the end of the cable housing, while leaving the cable in the housing.

I received a (fortunately cheap) dynohub from a UK seller, it was poorly packaged, and a flange was bent. I was too impatient to return it, so I put the flange in my bench vise and snapped it clean off.
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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude View Post
I got about 5 miles before I saw this:


Made it home safely

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Did that, rode up a very steep hill, and back down, then posted pics of the build... all unawares until a helpfu BFer graciously pointed it out to me. It was all four pads, too.
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Did that, rode up a very steep hill, and back down, then posted pics of the build... all unawares until a helpfu BFer graciously pointed it out to me. It was all four pads, too.
Must be that time of year. I just did the same thing.
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I disassemabled a recent purchase of early 80s Peter Mooney to re-grease everything. (I have two children, so I get interrupted to attend to them for various things.) I offten forget where I left off with my bike repairs. So, I am riding a week later. The chain keeps rubbing the front derailleur. When I get home I check it out. I never tightened the bolt holding the crank on the drivetrain side. Also, discovered I never tighten the bolts holding the rings to the cranks.
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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude View Post
I got about 5 miles before I saw this:



Made it home safely

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Been looking at this off and on all day. "What am I missing?" First I thought it was a hilariously subtle take on the much-maligned Campy sidepulls. Then I thought maybe the quick release was left open, but didn't look like that was the case. Too high and braking on the tire? That's just silly; must be the Campy thing. And so it went.

Nine hours later I finally see what you did.
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^ I caught it right away. Because I've done it too.

Had a block start walking out on me, but I caught it before it came out all the way.
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I disassemabled a recent purchase of early 80s Peter Mooney to re-grease everything. (I have two children, so I get interrupted to attend to them for various things.) I offten forget where I left off with my bike repairs. So, I am riding a week later. The chain keeps rubbing the front derailleur. When I get home I check it out. I never tightened the bolt holding the crank on the drivetrain side. Also, discovered I never tighten the bolts holding the rings to the cranks.
Did something just like that last weekend on a buddy's bike. We swapped out brake levers and the handlebar stem. I clamped the bar in the new stem just tight enough to test fit placement, level, etc. Then we get to work on the brake cables and housing. Couple of beers into the project and it's time for dinner. My buddy discovered we never fully tightened the bar in the new stem as he's descending a particularly steep gravel hill - the bars rotated down making it nearly impossible to use the newly installed guidonnet levers. Fortunately he's alive and we're still friends...
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Originally Posted by dweenk View Post
Did you ever forget to tighten the front skewer, and then try to hop the front of the bike up a small curb? Not that I ever did that.
Yes, 1975. Went off of a curb. My first decent road bike, an Orbea with Zeus Alfa components. I yelled 'Evel Knievel' and got a foot of air. Wheel disappears from sight, forks hit the pavement, face slams and scrapes the road for five feet. 3 front teeth ground down to the nerves. 27 shots of freezing in emergency. Still have a partial plate to this day. Worst. Night. Ever.

Edit. I think it was my arsehole friend who released my front QR but no one ever copped to it. It's what 17 year olds do.
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Originally Posted by J.Oxley View Post
Been looking at this off and on all day. "What am I missing?"

Nine hours later I finally see what you did.
Man, I feel really badly - I should've used Paintbrush or similar and drawn a couple arrows pointing at the problem, huh?

Glad I could provide you some Friday night entertainment

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Originally Posted by clubman View Post
Yes, 1975. Went off of a curb. My first decent road bike, an Orbea with Zeus Alfa components. I yelled 'Evel Knievel' and got a foot of air. Wheel disappears from sight, forks hit the pavement, face slams and scrapes the road for five feet. 3 front teeth ground down to the nerves. 27 shots of freezing in emergency. Still have a partial plate to this day. Worst. Night. Ever.

Edit. I think it was my arsehole friend who released my front QR but no one ever copped to it. It's what 17 year olds do.
Whoah - the visual that popped into my head when I read this...disturbing. Glad you came out of that relatively unscathed and you're still with us

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@Drillium Dude No arrows. It was like Where's Waldo? or something. Notice I deliberately didn't say what I finally saw. Maybe somebody else can play tomorrow. hahaha
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Originally Posted by J.Oxley View Post
@Drillium Dude No arrows. It was like Where's Waldo? or something. Notice I deliberately didn't say what I finally saw. Maybe somebody else can play tomorrow. hahaha
I get ya, dude - I'll keep quiet

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