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Old 02-25-22, 08:20 PM
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Originally Posted by gugie View Post
Goat's overkill, chicken entrails are appropriate, however.

Or a few scallops and a shrimp.
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Old 02-25-22, 09:22 PM
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc View Post
or a few scallops and a shrimp.
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I know those parts!

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The Atax stem came from a ‘78 PX10, the 3ttt from a Bob Jackson Tourer, the road deraileur was thrown in as a freebie by a man I bought a pair of wheels from, the brakes from a Cannondale tri bike poorly converted to a fixie I found in a pile of abandoned property outside a military barracks in Pearl Harbor, the pulleys came from a 90’s rig that had a bunch of period aftermarket trinkets, and the deraileur in the bag came from a ‘98 Cannondale F2000 that belonged to one of my mountain bike buddies when I lived in Guam, I traded it for a much more boring and conventional high normal Deore. Enjoy sir and keep the karma flowing…
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Originally Posted by Nwvlvtnr View Post
The Atax stem came from a ‘78 PX10, the 3ttt from a Bob Jackson Tourer, the road deraileur was thrown in as a freebie by a man I bought a pair of wheels from, the brakes from a Cannondale tri bike poorly converted to a fixie I found in a pile of abandoned property outside a military barracks in Pearl Harbor, the pulleys came from a 90’s rig that had a bunch of period aftermarket trinkets, and the deraileur in the bag came from a ‘98 Cannondale F2000 that belonged to one of my mountain bike buddies when I lived in Guam, I traded it for a much more boring and conventional high normal Deore. Enjoy sir and keep the karma flowing…
Thanks for the provenance! I’m a big XTR fan.
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BOC is headed to Portland, OR. Had to take a breather on the way to the PO.

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Old 02-28-22, 03:50 PM
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Thunk


Straight from Brookline, Mass
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Last seen the BOC was resting in the frozen tundra of greater Boston. After several hours spent thawing the box out, it was opened.


This is what us Crapateers call "the reveal"

I pulled out the crap one bit at a time, separating the keep vs the return on our kitchen island. Conversation with my wife:
SWMBO: "Are you playing that #%*&@ box of crap game again?"
Me: "Yes ma'am."
SWMBO: "I want that crap out of here and in your shop ASAP!"

So it went. There was a lot of great crap this time around. Might be a record haul for me.


Tasty crap!

I never seem to have enough SPD pedals, so I took this pair. I hope they still work. The Campy cable guides are absolutely needed for a new Eroica/Cino build, the presta valve dingus will go on my floor pump, which is falling apart, I've got 3 bikes that use the brake shoes, the Carlton branded brake levers are for the Eroica/Cino bike, the bike side of the decaleur will get paired with a spare bag side I have, and the mud guard is needed on one of my bikes. Oh, and @Andy_K will be jealous that I now have a Takara Man catalog, whereas he spent big bucks for the NFT version.

Whatta haul! And still some nice crap left over. I'll need some time to go over and pull out some of the borked crap to make room for some nicer crap I've been trying to get rid of wanting others to have the pleasure of receiving.

Folks, make sure you go through the decals, stickers, pins and bike patches in the folder, lotta good stuff there along with several BOC stickers left over from the previous series.

@RustyJames, give me a day or two to cram old and new crap into the box, email me and set up a date/time to pick it up so I'm forced to do my duty.

Duty, box o' crap. See what I did there...
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Holy cats that was quick!

gugie Let me know when I have pleasure(?) of rooting through the treasure chest. I’ll hire a shaman to bless it before I send it off.
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That has to be the quickest USPS shipping ever recorded... Fast as sh$$
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Originally Posted by gugie View Post

Straight from Brookline, Mass
@nlerner
Last seen the BOC was resting in the frozen tundra of greater Boston. After several hours spent thawing the box out, it was opened.


This is what us Crapateers call "the reveal"

I pulled out the crap one bit at a time, separating the keep vs the return on our kitchen island. Conversation with my wife:
SWMBO: "Are you playing that #%*&@ box of crap game again?"
Me: "Yes ma'am."
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So it went. There was a lot of great crap this time around. Might be a record haul for me.


Tasty crap!

I never seem to have enough SPD pedals, so I took this pair. I hope they still work. The Campy cable guides are absolutely needed for a new Eroica/Cino build, the presta valve dingus will go on my floor pump, which is falling apart, I've got 3 bikes that use the brake shoes, the Carlton branded brake levers are for the Eroica/Cino bike, the bike side of the decaleur will get paired with a spare bag side I have, and the mud guard is needed on one of my bikes. Oh, and @Andy_K will be jealous that I now have a Takara Man catalog, whereas he spent big bucks for the NFT version.

Whatta haul! And still some nice crap left over. I'll need some time to go over and pull out some of the borked crap to make room for some nicer crap I've been trying to get rid of wanting others to have the pleasure of receiving.

Folks, make sure you go through the decals, stickers, pins and bike patches in the folder, lotta good stuff there along with several BOC stickers left over from the previous series.

@RustyJames, give me a day or two to cram old and new crap into the box, email me and set up a date/time to pick it up so I'm forced to do my duty.

Duty, box o' crap. See what I did there...

Your wife just made me laugh!
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Old 02-28-22, 05:16 PM
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@gugie, I figured you'd go for that mud flap! It's one thick piece of leather. You could probably eat it if you end up stranded and starving.

I stashed a few other bits in there that I thought you'd might take, but now they'll be moving on instead. The best things are the things I included that I have no memory of ever purchasing (like those Truvativ Ashtabula adapters).
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc View Post
That has to be the quickest USPS shipping ever recorded... Fast as sh$$

As advertised. Shocking, I agree.
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Well folks,
Now that the Postal Service is back to being a service, all C&V folks should sign up to play the game with us. I have always found something that I was looking for was provided by the Box 'O Crap. A great game and fun times for all who play. Sign up here now. Smiles, MH
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You might be able to clean those Carlton hoods with a magic eraser. I buy them under a generic name from Amazon.
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You might be able to clean those Carlton hoods with a magic eraser. I buy them under a generic name from Amazon.
Great minds think alike, it got it to maybe 80% clean, which may be good nuff.
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Originally Posted by gugie View Post
Great minds think alike, it got it to maybe 80% clean, which may be good nuff.
I’d like to know what is in it that it does what it does...

They need to make a magic sponge paint remover...
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The Carlton hooded Weinmann levers came from a ‘73 Gran(d) Sport. The SPDs from a very low mileage ‘01 Schwinn Moab 1. The brake pads had been around a long time and I can’t recall exactly how I came to poses them.
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(Conversation with my 11 y/o son who thinks this whole thing is hilarious)

Me: “Hey buddy, guess what we’re doing on Monday night?”
11 y/o: “What?”
Me: “We’re going to pick up the Box Of Crap!”
11 y/o: “Dad, it’s Box O’ Crap.”

Touché Junior…
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Originally Posted by RustyJames View Post
(Conversation with my 11 y/o son who thinks this whole thing is hilarious)

Me: “Hey buddy, guess what we’re doing on Monday night?”
11 y/o: “What?”
Me: “We’re going to pick up the Box Of Crap!”
11 y/o: “Dad, it’s Box O’ Crap.”

Touché Junior…

Oh crap!

Nothing like a deadline to get one's posterior in the proper gear.


As they say in Spain, listo!
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It had arrived

Being a newbie to the BOC ritual I didn’t want to diminish the reverence of the occasion. Popping a champagne cork was too optimistic so some candles and low lights before opening seemed appropriate.


More will be revealed soon….
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Sort of gives you that nightlight feel next to the commode.
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Sort of gives you that nightlight feel next to the commode.
I would have been more concerned if they were red flames....and weird chalk lines...though the BOC is mysterious...

<<cue: "Astronomy">>
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I didn’t haul away too much. The cantis, 600 headset and funky stem are installed on a fork that is part one of a bare frameset I am piecing together. The stickers are just cool. Always can use seat bags. Stem shifters going on a Schwinn SS I’m refurbing. Old bell onto one of my patinated masterpieces. New bell onto son’s bike. BB conversion is for a very buried frame.

When your name is Jim you need to grab a “yojimbo’s garage” pin.

jdawginsc give me few days to get it repacked and re-populated before it goes airborne.
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The plastic cover for the hinge on that ITM stem should be in the box…
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I didn’t haul away too much. The cantis, 600 headset and funky stem are installed on a fork that is part one of a bare frameset I am piecing together. The stickers are just cool. Always can use seat bags. Stem shifters going on a Schwinn SS I’m refurbing. Old bell onto one of my patinated masterpieces. New bell onto son’s bike. BB conversion is for a very buried frame.

When your name is Jim you need to grab a “yojimbo’s garage” pin.

jdawginsc give me few days to get it repacked and re-populated before it goes airborne.
Take your time! School is busy!
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The plastic cover for the hinge on that ITM stem should be in the box…
It was still in the stem! Thank you for this piece since all my bikes need a little Italian flair.
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