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Old 03-07-19, 12:14 PM
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Throw me in again, bossman.
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Throw me in again, bossman.
Of course!
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Put me in, too, please @crandress.
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Originally Posted by hazetguy View Post
my haul:
-there are several clearly 'borked' items, and they are not cat toys, see rule 12. now i get where deux jambes was coming from.
-i am excited about the 'crap' i got out of the box, so thank you to whoever put in the 'crap' that i have selected.
I'm sorry the flick stand didn't make it. It was intact when I put it in. Apparently a victim of the heavy load of crap.

I took out the computers when I had the box. I tried to replace the batteries and couldn't even get them to turn on, so I tossed them.
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i have a couple flickstands, i took it for spare parts.
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Put me in, too, please @crandress.
In like Flynn!
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BoC lands landed today. To be unpacked later.

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Old 03-11-19, 08:55 PM
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My take. I had to repack some things that weren’t in original packaging into smaller bags. I thought I was decent at packing...




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Nice haul! I had some woven gloves tossed in as part of a deal with a bike, and I love them. Hadn’t used them before.
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They are smalls too, perfect for my mini hands.

Dropped at the post office today on its way to @fleslider
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More crap, cheaper?

I'm sitting out the crapfest for a bit, but I wanted to alert y'all to a potential logistics improvement. I bought a half dozen bike stands which were shipped to me via Bikeflights (tipping the scales at just under 20 pounds). The seller only charged me $10 for shipping, so perhaps he ate some of the cost, but still... The box has nearly double the volume of a large flat rate Priority Mail box. Even if the cost is more, just think of all the extra useful crap which could be shipped around. For example, handlebars:

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I'm sitting out the crapfest for a bit, but I wanted to alert y'all to a potential logistics improvement. I bought a half dozen bike stands which were shipped to me via Bikeflights (tipping the scales at just under 20 pounds). The seller only charged me $10 for shipping, so perhaps he ate some of the cost, but still... The box has nearly double the volume of a large flat rate Priority Mail box. Even if the cost is more, just think of all the extra useful crap which could be shipped around. For example, handlebars:

I think the issue would be its more and variable, could lead to a repack with items to reduce weight. I think the large one rate box is perfect for our purposes.
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Wouldn't we need to go to Fedex? Is that as convenient as the post office?
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FedEx is 40 miles away... no thanks.
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Was just tossing it out there. I was frankly surprised that Eddie was able to ship that to me so cheaply. To adapt a Homer Simpson dream: "mmm... handlebars..." I will at least be considering it as an option for my own shipping needs for smaller-than-bike-frame-sized boxes.
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Originally Posted by natterberry View Post
They are smalls too, perfect for my mini hands.

Dropped at the post office today on its way to @fleslider
I will keep an eye out for it, mail might be delayed a little from our blizzard we had yesterday.
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the BOC flew in finally. Will get it back out asap.



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parts and some Stickers
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The crap is getting decidedly uncrappier over time!
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That saddle was fairly challenging to get back in.
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That saddle was fairly challenging to get back in.
You got that right. I had to take out a much better saddle to add it in there in the first place.

I'm glad somebody finally pulled it. Hope you like that thing, @fleslider
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