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dglshrn

Member since Oct 2010 • Last active Feb 2016

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  • in Wanted Adverts
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    As the title says, here's what I'm after:

    170mm
    50/34, 52/36 or even just a bare 110mm crankset in either Rival or Force flavour.
    GXP compatible.

    Considering a new rival crankset is £90 from CRC, I'm looking to pay significantly less. Somewhere around the £50 posted mark for the right thing, more for force though obvs.

    I'm in York, let me know if you have anything. Ta.

  • in Classifieds
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    No, it's the top tube that matters. 2cm on the seat tube won't make a difference.

  • in Classifieds
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    Yours, perhaps?

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    Yeah, I had a followthatpage alert and some of the prices have gone back up for the end of the sale. Shitehawks/good business.

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    Ok, as I'm being lazy - what's the go to set up for lights and a little bit of phone/garmin charging? Planning to get a front wheel together for a bit of light touring/overnighters in the summer. A disc compatible hub would probably be a good call in case I decide to use it on a different bike at some point.

    Looking for hub/light/USB port ideas. If anyone has anything used then even better.

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    Yeah they are. I'll drop them an email, thanks!

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    I got a couple of bidons with some Christmas vouchers, and one of them has started leaking around the lid. The thread seems to be fine but even when it's as tight as I can get it, as soon as I drink from it I get drips down my chest. Is it worth emailing Rapha or should I just fucking cope with it? I've compared it to the other one and the other isn't doing it. Means it leaks in my bag when it's meant to be 'locked', which is really fucking annoying.

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    Well... slightly worried about how it's actually going to look when it arrives. Hoping for 'nicely pastel' rather than 'snot'.

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    A Gabba, like comic sans, is not particularly attractive but does serve a purpose. In the case of Comic Sans, it was developed for early readers/learning disabilities and I use it regularly at work (as a teacher). I think Gabbas are ugly as sin, and massively unflattering, but in terms of function they're brilliant.

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