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dominiclincoln

Member since May 2007 • Last active Aug 2010
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  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    Sweet pic. Got any more?

    ah, thanks. I've got hundreds more drawings. I'll get round to chucking them online one of these days.
    Recognise who this is?

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    Last night spinning past Westfields on the shepherds bush roundabout, I saw a guy on a moped / scooter thing, peering through the branches of a christmas / fir tree to see where he was going. Nice. Couldn't take a pic, so I drew it as I remember.

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    i was in a graveyard in chiswick today and i came off on a slimy wet gravestone.

    pseudo-nec.

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    [cite]ihatelaw:[/cite] pirate-like, unshaven but not a beard

    This ones easy give him a treasure map with a red cross on it, when he finds the X, make sure theres a land-mine waiting. job done.

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    spotted! Aidan. between new cross and camberwell. Nice meeting you dude.

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    if he don't I might. 50 dorrass? I can only take sterling out the cash machine though...

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    daccordi I still think the greatest multitool was the cool tool its based on an adjustable spanner with a chain tool in the handle. Putting the allen keys in the wrong way round gives you plenty of leverage to tighten up track nuts or take off pedals. I still have one and use it as my only chain tool and for doing up my phils as you can use the allen keys with the other part on to get better leverage than normal allen keys. I wouldn't want to use it all the time on track nuts though as you could end up rounding them, which I think maybe happened on my cheapo track hubs. Don't think thier made anymore and they are bigger than modern multitools but definately the most multi of tools I've used.

    +1. lost mine at lands end when I was 16, and have been on the lookout for one since. After fruitlessly searching high and low, I'd figured that they'd gone out of production, when a relative surprised me with some nos in their local bike shop in north wales. Always have it in my tool kit, but generally only have to use a couple of 5 & 6 mm allen keys that always live in my bike jacket. Cool tool is definitely my favourite multi-tool. That said, the gerber lives in there too- I find it outshines the leatherman with its simple construction and lockable pliers- good for those stubborn teeth...

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    dunno. maybe arrospok is no meant for public domenn.

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