New School "moving to finished"

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  1. imagearchy

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    Re: New School "plumbing"

    How about cutting a piece of steel, copper or aluminim tubing about 5-6" long that fits over the cable and fish it through both sides of the crank tube. Then give it a slight bend to keep it away from the crank? Or you could get a solar panels that charges your smart phone that has a clapper switch app that when your teeth chatter so loudly ( because of panic mode) that it senses a clap so it sends a signal to A two way high frequency radio that sends a 3 milliamp signal to a relay that activates a 300oz servo and pulls the second half of your brake cable that you had to cut off because my first idea didnt seem like such a good idea at the time?
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    Re: New School "plumbing"




    ENGINEER THINKING
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    Re: New School "finished internal brake cable"

    Glad you posted that photo, I was wondering when Kilroy would pop up again. I always loved hearing the old stories about Kilroy and how nobody knew who drew it all over the place, but wiki kind of kills the whole mystique of it; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kilroy_was_here
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    Re: New School "finished internal brake cable"

    Did you try my tip?
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    Re: New School "plumbing"

    That's genius right there :) No kidding man, loving the bar end levers and the hidden lines too, it's hard to imagine the bike with normal levers now that you've showed it off !!!
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    Re: New School "plumbing"

    Do you work in the dashboard division at GM? :p :lol:
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    Re: New School "finished internal brake cable"

    dang big....you really are pulling out all the stops(yeah the pun was intended :p )!
    looking forward to more :mrgreen:
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    Re: New School "finished internal brake cable"

    Great looking! Since I am using Bar end brake levers and routing my cable internally also your build thread was a great help to me.
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    Re: New School "Off the Chain"

    Nice coaster!
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    Re: New School "Off the Chain"

    Looks like a half link exo...Thats what I run on my race bike
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    New School "Off the Chain"

    That is a very cool chain!
    I haven't forgot about ya.. I'll be sending that item out tomorrow.
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    8) 8)
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    Re: New School "Off the Chain"

    Ditto 8)
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    Re: New School "Off the Chain"

    Ugh that sux!! WHat pedals where they?
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    hope you get them! and where in the world did you find a bunch of chrome plated armadillos sleeping like that?!?!?
    8)
  16. kingfish254

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    Re: New School "Kick It into Gear"

    That's one sexy chain and hub!
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    Re: New School "I got 99 problems"

    Oh Snaps!!! :shock:
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    I like that chain ! :D
  19. kingfish254

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    Man, I love that chainring!!!
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    Re: New School "I got 99 problems"

    That chain is awesome! It's looking real nice! Greta work 8)

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