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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by r464, Mar 17, 2008.
much better than "logged but no present"
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Might depend on what it is
By Jackie Treehorn?
Sounds a lot like scheiße porn!
The story is ludicrous.
Kiddo liked the way that the snow on this roof looks like flames. Good eye.
A weird French onion soup riff, with acorn squash
These are the specialists I've been seeing.
Extra points for having "Stiffee" on a huge sign in a public place.
Seat angle too slack. Unstridable.
Better then a Porsche...
No Rollamajig? Son, I am disapoint.
The first thing I do when I service a bike with a Rollamajig? Take it off. Put a new cable on. Then smash it with a hammer so as to never have to deal with that shit again.
There were some bikes that were just so goofy that you had to, or maybe it was the derailleur, IDK, I had to at one point. Now, the cable actually enters the derailleur under no stress and the rollamajig thing is "built into" the derailleur. It's one more example of how far these things have come, they work pretty damn good now vs. being a source of constant frustration and readjustment in the 90s.
That I can live with. But no top mount thumb shifters ? What the Hell man ?
So your problem with them is that they work?
No. Beautiful, vintage, steel Bridgestone should have thumb shifters, just like the ones my friend had in the early 90s. And he broke plenty of those frames. Good memories.
Smoked beef and bacon stuffed with hab jack cheese. It was incredible.
No worries. Just bustin your onions. Truth be told that bike has XT integrated shifters (The second incarnation of Rapid Fire.) and brake levers are on that bike. They were bombproof, had the most comfortable lever feel, and came with XT cantis. Which in my opinion were the paramount of that design. On top of that is was mated to a XT 8 speed cassette, derailluer, and shifters. Also the paramount of that design. Square Taper Raceface Bottom Brackets were pretty remarkable also.
I think I still have a crank arm extractor.