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Old 10-21-05, 08:06 PM
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Essential tools for mtb's.

undefinedHi, I have 4 bikes and want to switch some stuff about, could yall tell me what tools I should have for lets say: taking off/apart crankset, cassete...and other major parts. Cool thanks.
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undefinedHi, I have 4 bikes and want to switch some stuff about, could yall tell me what tools I should have for lets say: taking off/apart crankset, cassete...and other major parts. Cool thanks.

https://www.parktool.com/repair/
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I used this to build my VT2 last week

https://www.performancebike.com/shop/...tegory_ID=4218
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wow, thats a sweet site, thx.
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Originally Posted by jsigone
I used this to build my VT2 last week

https://www.performancebike.com/shop/...tegory_ID=4218
I've got the Pricepoint version of that kit (LIFU). I actually prefer the crank-puller and cassette lock-ring in that kit to the Park variants. Their Cassette long ring tool plugs into a socket wrench instead of sitting loosly around a giant wrench. It's WAAAY easier to use.

On the flip side the spoke wrench and cone wrenches are garbarge.

BTW, someone needs to make a bottom bracket tool for splined threads with a center lockpin (not possible with square taper).
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Originally Posted by EJ123
wow, thats a sweet site, thx.
THX is next generation surround sound, developed by a George Lucas company not an acceptable way of saying thanks.

Refrain from using AOLese or TXTSPK while visiting our forums as you have all the time you'd ever need to post an intelligent response. Three extra keystrokes, that's all you would have needed not to look like an illiterate child

Quit being a lazy child and take some pride in how you communicate with others
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Originally Posted by EJ123
[IMG ]https://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y251/viperfx10/chill.jpg[/IMG]
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EJ123,
The rules on this forum do advise posters here not to use the specific grammar you chose to in your earlier post. Raiyn is correct in advising you on this as would anyone else here. However arguing this fact is futile,and I suggest you buck up and move along.
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Originally Posted by EJ123
HAHAHAHHHAHA

this one is pretty funny

haahahahhahah

hahaha so is the chill pill one

lawlz

I find them reasonably clever.
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Originally Posted by Raiyn
THX is next generation surround sound, developed by a George Lucas company not an acceptable way of saying thanks.

Refrain from using AOLese or TXTSPK while visiting our forums as you have all the time you'd ever need to post an intelligent response. Three extra keystrokes, that's all you would have needed not to look like an illiterate child

Quit being a lazy child and take some pride in how you communicate with others
Do you know how many posts I read that have "LBS" in them? A lot! I don't see the point in making a big deal of this. Just my thoughts. (not that anyone asked)

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Will all of these photos and traded semi-insults help me ride better or repair my bike??
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Originally Posted by EJ123
[IM G]https://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y251/viperfx10/noob.jpg[/IMG]
I think it's pretty sad that a child who joined in August of 2005 and has a whopping 202 posts is calling someone whose been here for 5 years a "n00b". Don't they teach children math in Texas?
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Do you know how many posts I read that have "LBS" in them? A lot! I don't see the point in making a big deal of this. Just my thoughts. (not that anyone asked)

LBS is a common and accepted term here. His inane gibberish is NOT
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Ok look Raiyn you take everything way to seriously...Im not a child. If you haven't got the memo, 15 years of age is a teen...and about the serious thing, noob has multiple meanings and it was only as a joke lol. So lighten up. You act like one less keystroke is a serious 3rd degree felony. But fine i'll try to stop to make you stop whining.
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Originally Posted by EJ123
Im not a child. If you haven't got the memo, 15 years of age is a teen..
A "child" is defined as a person who is under the age of 18. Which you are.
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All of you stop posting big ass pictures to get your point across. Don't insult others and if someone doesn't like someone else's style of posting put them on ignore. Most of the posts in this forum the past 2 weeks stems from people whining. Cut it out and post if you have something to contibute.

Again to reiterate. Aolese in excess is an abuse of the forum rules. In EXCESS. The odd word here and there and thx lol etc are fine. Unless the majority of the post is illegible it is not something this board is concerned with.

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