Discussion in 'GALLERY' started by Grant, Dec 11, 2019.
That brake extension looks like it'd work as well as Fallout 76!
Actually those stock Romet brakes worked exactly the same
That paper is the instruction manual for a weed whacker.
Or this bottom bracket spindle. I looked at it is actually made up of mostly insect parts that have been ground up.
I found this Sears free spirit with a 700 C hybrid wheel, a 9 speed cassette, and a 9 speed mountain bike derailleur. The handlebars are actually flipped upside down as well.
This is a drop bar bike that originally had 10 speeds. I'll get more pictures this Sunday of it in day time.
It is actually a 7 speed cassette.
Brakes actually work better when the grip the tire sidewall. For a while.
Believe it or not, but I do have customers who have tires in that condition, and when I tell them, that their tire is in bad need of change they just ask me 'Why? There is still tread on it..."
Kind of makes you wonder what condition their car is in, if they have one.
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You sometimes get people trying to do this...
Lol! The axle nut on the right side is not all the way on the threads.
Yup! Had one guy that did this, and the best thing - he was proud that he build this thing...
Gross, who still uses drop bars?
Actually you know what is the funnies thing? That the wrapping fits perfectly to this bike. Why? It's branded SRAM Why is the company name so funny? Well...
Just use a translator for that word in Polish...
Tried to translate SRAM into Polish, no luck. As for the bike, is SRAM tape compatible with Shimano shifters?
Then imagine this. You chill on the toilet, and your mobile rings. You answer.
- High, watcha' doin'?
- (This is the moment when you angerly reply using that brand name, and finish the sentence with the polish multitool word - k...a, So it's "SRAM, k..a!")
I think not - all that work - for nothing...
Here is a front suspension hybrid that has drop bars.
Lol I gotta stop checking out this thread. The hybrid graveller is a build I have been considering I guess "Matt rats" are not bike shop approved
Customer: brings bike in and says "My brakes are feeling weird".
Mechanic: "What happened".
Customer: "A guy on the East side fixes my bike for free".
Mechanic: "You get what you pay for"
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