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Old 08-01-20, 09:19 PM
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The seven foot fencing is on order but needs to be shipped into Bloomington. The deer have decimated the hostas, and went after the pepper plants as well. interesting that they don't touch the basil or sage plants, spring time they go after the buds and blooms of the tiger lilys. If I were on the farm I could shoot them nuisance animals, but here in town discharge of a firearm would get me jail time. And these city deer would not make enough meat to make a few rolls of sausage. Smiles, MH
I build deer & elk fencing for a living and 8ft minimum for deer is my recommendation. 10ft for deer and elk. While seven feet may discourage them, they can still get in if so inclined. Not the brightest creatures in the world, especially in flight mode, but their physical jumping prowess is amazing.

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Capsaicin, however, bothers them not in the least.
My understanding is only primates have receptors which respond to capsaicin.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro View Post
My understanding is only primates have receptors which respond to capsaicin.
Mammals, in general, with varying degrees of sensitivity. Squirrels are said to be 1000x more sensitive than humans to it.
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Up for trade: 1992 Trek 930 frame, fork, headset, m501 cantilevers, stem, and True Temper bars.

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Frame is in very good shape, is straight. It is a Trek 20" size - seat tube 20" CTT. Some interior corrosion present, but nothing an OA bath won't clean up. Small chips here and there, but no major paint issues.

I'm looking to trade for a mid to late 80's or later steel road frameset in 56-57 cm size in very good condition. Paint has to be good, frame has to be straight. Looking along the lines of an Ironman, Raleigh Racing USA Competition, and comparable.
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Did you get what you need? This is 124mm OAL, but looks like 55 for the B dimension. Marked 5SB Cr-Mo 84-J. Sugino Italian cups were with it. Let me know and I can grab more pictures/dimensions.
edit: well crap, this is what I get for wiping off only half. Looks like the races on this side are pitted like crazy.
Got it covered. smontanaro and I worked out an amicable trade, my pedals for a box full of spindles, mostly 68, one 70, and one 73. The single 70mm spindle he had was stamped '5SP' and was PERFECT. It was an Italian spindle with overall 123 length, if memory serves. Put the non-drive arm about 2mm out from original and the drive side is within 1mm, best I could measure. Crank arm clears the chainstay nicely. Now I just need to break it all down again, lube it up (I did a dry fitting).

I let one of my buddies who works with our co-op on French cottered conversions like this semi-regularly, and he scored two NOS spindles from SR marked 5SP with both bolts. He's hoping he'll get the same results, seller was cool enough to let them go for $16/ea which I know will help out the co-op a lot..
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Looking for a set of basic non-aero hooded Dia Compe brake levers with quick releases on the handles. Prefer the type without the adjusters on them. Need them for an '81 Miyata 1000 I picked up.

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I ran out of chainstay stops

The wee little clamp-on ones for the rear mech cable. Any brand is ok - can't ride without one.
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WTB 26.2mm diameter seatpost

My new bstone takes a 26.2mm seatpost... This is proving very difficult to find and the Kalloy one that came stock doesn't allow for adjusting saddle angle so it's not going to work. Only thing I can really find in this size is Campy or Cinelli which is just too expensive. If anyone has a Nitto or Shimano 26.2 sized seatpost, I'd be interested. Otherwise, I'll probably go the shim route which I wanted to avoid, but I'm getting desperate.
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Originally Posted by rhender View Post
My new bstone takes a 26.2mm seatpost... This is proving very difficult to find and the Kalloy one that came stock doesn't allow for adjusting saddle angle so it's not going to work. Only thing I can really find in this size is Campy or Cinelli which is just too expensive. If anyone has a Nitto or Shimano 26.2 sized seatpost, I'd be interested. Otherwise, I'll probably go the shim route which I wanted to avoid, but I'm getting desperate.
Dont get desperate. I have a few adjustable ones. Hold on and I will try and sneak past the dragon and avoid the hurricane we have coming to get some particulars for you. Might take a day or two...

What length do you need in the mean time?

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Originally Posted by rhender View Post
My new bstone takes a 26.2mm seatpost... This is proving very difficult to find and the Kalloy one that came stock doesn't allow for adjusting saddle angle so it's not going to work. Only thing I can really find in this size is Campy or Cinelli which is just too expensive. If anyone has a Nitto or Shimano 26.2 sized seatpost, I'd be interested. Otherwise, I'll probably go the shim route which I wanted to avoid, but I'm getting desperate.
If you can live with black, there’s this one:https://www.ebay.com/itm/203012510580
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow View Post
Dont get desperate. I have a few adjustable ones. Hold on and I will try and sneak past the dragon and avoid the hurricane we have coming to get some particulars for you. Might take a day or two...

What length do you need in the mean time?

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230mm but could probably take a little longer if needed. Thank you for your help and no rush! I appreciate it.
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If you can live with black, there’s this one:https://www.ebay.com/itm/203012510580
I know beggars can't be choosers... but I can't go with black for this bike. Thank you for the heads up though!
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Man, this is really tempting. I would love to get rid of my secondary Minoura stand and ditch the crappy Bikehand stand I have bolted to my shop bench. I'll defer to another member though. Your most recent hook-up from last year was kindness enough to last me a couple years. If nobody cashes in on the stand, let me know. I'll cover both S&H expenses. Time is money.



I'll leave it to @noglider if he wants to share the details. I'll just say he sent me some spoke nipples. They went in an envelope, so to keep them stationary they got taped to a piece of paper ripped out of a magazine, if I recall. To whom and where they landed was immeasurably hilarious, although I believe it may've been unintentional at the time.

Oh, and Tom, since I already tagged you here, you should have email. Give me a shout over there and I'll get some rat traps out to you on my dime. I owe you one, and I'm still steadily paying forward Mad Honk 's generosity from last year.
I regret to say I barely remember mailing some spoke nipples to @francophile. He reminded me last week that I had wrapped them safely in Anthony Weiner's crotch. I guess it was a newspaper clipping? He sent me this image, apparently related.

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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
Mammals, in general, with varying degrees of sensitivity. Squirrels are said to be 1000x more sensitive than humans to it.
So I can sprinkle cayenne pepper as a repellent?
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So I can sprinkle cayenne pepper as a repellent?
You need to reapply when it rains unless you mix a little dish soap and water together in a spray bottle, spray that on, let it sit for a minute, then sprinkle Cayenne on. But it'll wash off after one or two light rains, reapplication is necessary. It's a hassle and some of them still don't care, they'll eat your stuff anyway.
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So I can sprinkle cayenne pepper as a repellent?
It's frankly a waste of the spice, since it doesn't stay put. Capsaicin can be infused into a carrier oil and sprayed after blending with a surfactant and water. It's OK for rodents, but deer have to eat it (not great) to be affected. I've heard good things about dried blood stations, which apparently alert the deer about a predator nearby and cause them to flee the area.

Ideally, you can deerproof your landscaping by planting plants deer don't necessarily find tasty.
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Originally Posted by rhender View Post
My new bstone takes a 26.2mm seatpost... This is proving very difficult to find.
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If you can live with black, there’s this one...
Those new black Kalloys are easy to deanodize and polish. I usually wrap up the top real well and leave that part black. Then, take a pipe cutter to it and cut off the length I'll never need in my not-a-mountain-bike.

If you find a 26.4, these aren't too difficult to take down 0.1mm all the way around with 80 grit. Once you get close, switch to 600 grit, or you'll remove too much!
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So I can sprinkle cayenne pepper as a repellent?
It only works if you ingest copious amounts and then pee on your plants. We await your report.
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Those new black Kalloys are easy to deanodize and polish. I usually wrap up the top real well and leave that part black. Then, take a pipe cutter to it and cut off the length I'll never need in my not-a-mountain-bike.

If you find a 26.4, these aren't too difficult to take down 0.1mm all the way around with 80 grit. Once you get close, switch to 600 grit, or you'll remove too much!
Good tip--thanks! I'll keep an eye out for a 26.4 as well then.
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It only works if you ingest copious amounts and then pee on your plants. We await your report.
You know me well enough to know I might even do that.
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The wee little clamp-on ones for the rear mech cable. Any brand is ok - can't ride without one.
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Well folks,
Today the Karma thing bit me again! I sent the two head bike stand to Mountain Dave and took a nail gun back to the hair dressers shop that I repaired when he jammed nails in the mechanism. He had a frame abandoned in the lot next to the shop, and this mutt followed me home. Can I keep it?




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Today the Karma thing bit me again! I sent the two head bike stand to Mountain Dave and took a nail gun back to the hair dressers shop that I repaired when he jammed nails in the mechanism. He had a frame abandoned in the lot next to the shop, and this mutt followed me home. Can I keep it?




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Looking for either an entire cannondale DT boss setup or just the little piece thats broken on this one. Basically the two middle ones should look the same but one is missing the tabs.
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