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Posted in thread: Rude behavior on the MUP/Bike trail... on 06-23-2016 at 11:01 AM
If you can, pop a wheelie (but make sure you can ride it out at least 20 feet) I've found most
people scramble out of the way, even if you're in control. IF they are really stubborn letting
out a good...
Posted in thread: Rude behavior on the MUP/Bike trail... on 06-20-2016 at 10:22 PM
All you guys are correct, of course...I don't know why I expect the trails to be any different
than what I experience on the road to the trail & in my everyday driving.I guess maybe I expect
it to be ...
Posted in thread: Rude behavior on the MUP/Bike trail... on 06-20-2016 at 06:37 PM
Got a late start this season, so we've only been out a few times so far. And, what I have
experienced has not been pleasant. I'm a very courteous individual and follow standard "human"
Posted in thread: Annoying clicking! on 06-20-2016 at 06:25 PM
I experienced this last year and it turned out that the crank bearing was too loose. I did not
have the necessary tools to tighten the hub, nor the torque specs, so I took it to the LBS.
Posted in thread: Bike casts elephant shadow on 10-31-2015 at 05:47 AM
Very cool! I would put one on my bike, provided he scales down the car battery requirement! :D
Posted in thread: Recommend a fairly complete toolkit on 09-30-2015 at 02:46 AM
and back the center thingy out before you thread that puller all the way in. Otherwise, you can
remove the crank threads. Don't ask....:D
Posted in thread: Recommend a fairly complete toolkit on 09-29-2015 at 06:09 PM
Thanks so much for the suggestions guys. I will definitely consider the Nashbar tools. @ lou -
I realized that I worded that post wrong...I do indeed "know" what a bottom bracket is, and all
the rest ...
Posted in thread: Recommend a fairly complete toolkit on 09-29-2015 at 10:28 AM
What kind of bottom bracket do you have? Is it a BB30/PressFit30 or is it an English threaded
or one of many other options. That will make a difference in tool selection. For example I
don't need a BB...
Posted in thread: Recommend a fairly complete toolkit on 09-28-2015 at 12:12 AM
Thanks for the suggestions, guys.After looking over the Nashbar kits, I realize that I have
most of the contents of those kits already. I have a very nice Park stand for supporting the
bike. I guess w...
Posted in thread: Recommend a fairly complete toolkit on 09-27-2015 at 12:37 AM
I'm looking for a tool kit for performing my own maintenance/repair.I need something that is
reasonably complete (just about all I would need for general maint.) good quality, and also one
that won't ...