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  1. does anyone have anything for sale in here?

    a black machined deep v/ iro hub wheel set.


    Nitto b123 39cm drops.


    Campy AC-S BB. Italian threaded. 111mm.


    135mm black cinellie 1a stem.

  2. why does everyone care about toeverlap? when is it even a problem? i wear XL clips and have size 12's with about an inch of it and it has never been an issue.

    I hate toe overlap. I would always worry about making quick turns, and I've fallen hard twice because of it.

  3. just drop ur stem by 2cm..will look mad.

    AWWESOME dude...:D

    I can't tell if you're joking or not... he should do whatevet fits him best.

    Anyone know what kind of saddle this is or who makes it?


    that lock is such a joke. look at the size of it compared to the supreme chain. Seat looks more like a normal slr.

    Getting these:


    I just don't know whether to get 165 or 170. I've never ridden 165 before, would I notice a huge difference?

    I have the same ones (iro badged) in 165. My old bike had 170's. I can't notice a difference. I decided to get 165's though to prevent toe overlap. They're good cranks. I just don't understand why I would have to pay so much for nicer cranks, they all basically seem the same to me..

  4. I've been looking for this video I saw a while ago, but I can't remember the rider. If anyone can help, let me know. He was a huge hippie. Wore tight flared pants and had long hair. I think he rides for or rode for organika, but that may be false. It's now much, but any help?

  5. green deep v's don't sit well with my stomach.

    i have a northface and 510 sticker on mine

    do you work at northface?

    I've got a "support Our Troops" ribbon that says "Support Our Oil Addiction" sticker on mine.

  6. aydo, by screwing the tensioners out, it will stop your axle from going farther forward in the drop out. It seems like it would be really annoying to get the right amount of tension though, because you would have to keep taking on and off the rear wheel to adjust it.

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