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dropout(track end)porn

Old 03-14-12, 05:45 PM
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dropout(track end)porn

Originally Posted by EpicSchwinn
I'm surprised we don't have a dropout porn thread yet...
Originally Posted by xavier853
get on it.


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do not post junk...

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not porn!

Porn.
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Originally Posted by Nagrom_
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Looks like the semi-horizontal dropouts on my conversion. totally safe, bro.
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Tiemeyer

Titanium so the nut can grip better into the soft metal to keep the wheel from slipping under hard efforts.


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Old 03-14-12, 10:53 PM
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I'm a dropout, so is Scrod. Should we take our clothes off together, get pics taken, and post them here?
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-Almost makes me wish I still drank beer!
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Originally Posted by Santaria
That's cool; I've never seen anything like this before.

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I'm a dropout, so is Scrod. Should we take our clothes off together, get pics taken, and post them here?
So the photoshoot is of you two shirtless together? Have you also been doing Abercrombie ads on the side?
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Holy ****ing lol.
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I like LDG's slide-outs aesthetically, but do they function like regular dropouts? (stiffness and the like)
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Originally Posted by GMJ
I like LDG's slide-outs aesthetically, but do they function like regular dropouts? (stiffness and the like)
Same principle; just a different application. Probably overengineered if you think about it aha.
The clamps tighten down on the slide when you tighten down the track nuts.
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basura/pornográfico

Originally Posted by Butthole_Surfer
Looks like the semi-horizontal dropouts on my conversion. totally safe, bro.
Originally Posted by Ultraspontane
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junk
junk


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how does that work? are you forced to use an eccentric BB and hub?
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