You could have bought an SP hub for the price of that wheel if you were only using the hub
Millican are selling mg some of their range at 25% off.
I have a Dave the Rucksack and it's traveled well with me for the last few years.
I might grab a briefcase too if they are still available when I have free money.
^ I have a big roll-top bag from them and it is legit. And seemingly endless in its storage capacity.
I've been commuting on mine. It works perfectly well, but I've not got much more to report than that really
Haven't tried it tubeless
Got my refund this morning. You?
Notified eBay of non arrival; got a day or two to wait until eBay 'step in' so assume the 'seller' wouldn't have contacted by that point so a refund will be immediate (I hope) @tallsam @hazzelfrazzel
Just got my refund - thanks for the reminder!
Just call paypal, they'll refund you while you're on the phone.
Also, I told you (all) so.
Anyone seen any good Black Friday deals on torque wrenches?
(the 20Nm-130Nm range kind rather than the <20Nm)
Money back... and yes, you were right. One of those however that 'if it looks to good to be true it probably is, however worth a dabble as you'll get your money back'
eBay has 6x nectar atm if you find nothing else!
@hugo7 Giant Shed Torque Wrench 1/4" drive 2-15Nm - £29.99 @ Rutland Cycling doesn't seem to be a bad price
The cheap/simple Topeak one at around £12 gets consistently good reviews and is perfectly suitable for most jobs
Very true, one of the few benefits of paypal innit.
Arkose framesets, S or M, £225 inc carbon fork
Glad I’m totally skint, I haven’t even browsed the deals for Friday of Colour.
They are generally not all they are cracked up to be anyway, and only worth it if you were actually holding out for a new TV or something
Restrap belt for £10
These are great and well worth £10.
How does the sizing come up. I have a 32 inch waist and could get small (26"-34") or medium at (32"-40").
I'm inclined to go for the small.
I'm 31-32" and went for the small.
I wish the buckles were a little shorter though. They can be a pain to feed through the shorter belt loops on some of my jeans.
I'm a 31 waist (wear 30 or 32 jeans depending on how skinny I feel that day), have the small Restrap belt but its adjusted out as far as it will go. On my looser jeans it bunches them up a bit which is quite annoying.
Meh they are okay, have some design flaws.
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