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 on: Yesterday at 09:48:19 PM 
Started by Paulski - Last post by fat-tyr
Preset, quality checked three time before being shipped. CDI torque products is owned by Snap On. They come in 4,5,6 N.M

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 on: Yesterday at 08:38:45 PM 
Started by Quickbug - Last post by TrailJumper
My new bike comes with Maxxis Ardents, 27.5", and I've read are solid tires if you like easy rolling, but not the best side profile knobs. Good for dry, but sloppy in otherwise, but yet always controlled and predictable as far as was washing out in loose or wet soil, which I prefer. A controlled skid or fishtail is exactly what I like. Gripping on tight sections is usually worse for me. I ride somewhat recklessly, and not so disciplined, so maybe it's fitting.

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 on: Yesterday at 06:33:41 PM 
Started by mr_z - Last post by tdifan
Hmm, what car do you have?

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 on: Yesterday at 06:05:49 PM 
Started by Paulski - Last post by singlespeeder
I've contemplated buying a torque wrench for working on my bike, but could never justify it.  I have torque wrenches for automotive applications but don't believe they are helpful in low torque fasteners.  It's way to easy to overtorque a bolt or strip out threads with a cheap torque wrench.  I just go by feel.  If you get a torque wrench you should also get a gauge to measure it's accuracy. 

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 on: Yesterday at 05:38:42 PM 
Started by Paulski - Last post by black_box
If you're buying a clicker-type, they are less accurate at the ends of their range, so avoid getting 5-50 Nm wrench for a 5Nm bolt.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:05:00 PM 
Started by Paulski - Last post by machinetwelve
I have the park tw-1 that was posted and am pretty happy with it. I bought it on ebay some time ago for a good discount.

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 on: Yesterday at 04:54:21 PM 
Started by drmsf60 - Last post by r0ckh0und
I've got some stuff if your in the west burbs

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 on: Yesterday at 04:21:21 PM 
Started by Paulski - Last post by rallymaniac
I have the clicker and have stripped 2 disc rotor bolts so far 

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 on: Yesterday at 04:10:52 PM 
Started by mr_z - Last post by I pick bad lines
I really like the Yakima Frontloaders I have on my car. They're available for $179 new.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:20:50 PM 
Started by RPB4 - Last post by RPB4
I have a 2010 Rocky Mountain commuter for sale.  Has BB5's and a rock shox dart 3.  I'm looking to just get rid of this bike I dont use it anymore and it just sits around  $300

 I also have a Deity stem.  It is brand new never used.  The clamp can go up to 31.8 and the steer tube diameter is 1 1/2"  $50


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