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    'Post your favorite threads' thread

    Like the title says, post your favorite thread. Be it entertainment factor or usefull ness...
    We'll get a gist of what people like and then include those links in the FAQ thread.

    Perhaps I should re-write it so it reads better. If anyone ever reads those stickies and finds spelling/grammatical or FACT errors, please please pipe in!
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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by CdaleTony
    Like the title says, post your favorite thread. Be it entertainment factor or usefull ness...
    We'll get a gist of what people like and then include those links in the FAQ thread.

    Perhaps I should re-write it so it reads better. If anyone ever reads those stickies and finds spelling/grammatical or FACT errors, please please pipe in!
    Thanks
    CDT
    My favorite would have to be the Uber V thread. It helped me build an awesome 5" F&R travel Cannondale for well under $800. So that's where my vote goes. My runner up is the Any Super V's Out There thread since there are some kickass rides pictured.

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    Prodigal cyclists' thread, FFD to TPC conversion, is excellent, and serves as a nice example of how to get into a Max for oil change etc, just have to figure out the goofy pics issue. Bearing reset is another good one. How about a Tech sticky, and a Passion sticky, that would compartmentalize what folks are there for, and allow them to wade through fewer non related threads.....
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    It has to be The Lefty bearing reset thread I did it for the first time last night, its was a peace of cake

    Thanks for the great info.
    You got to ride um hard & put um away wet!!!

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