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  1. #1
    All fat, all the time.
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    Feb 2006

    Spring fatty tune up

    Had a good riding season last year, broke 2500 miles (all dirt!) so I'm happy with that.

    Bike was in bad need of a tune up.

    Put on a new 30T chainring form Andersen machine, new 11-34 XT cassette, $12 KMC chain heck yah. New shifter cable and regrease BB.
    Things are running like new again!

    Set of brake pads in the mail hopefully will be here soon.

    Also, thanks to Craig, hoping I'll have a longer steer tube in my clamps shortly, and will finally have the lefty on the bike! Cannot wait! Then I can finally sell the ol' SC32.

    Now, if the rain would ever stop.....

  2. #2
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    Oct 2007
    Spring? What's this spring you speak about? Still lots of snow to play in Alaska...will it ever stop snowing? I hope not!

  3. #3
    All fat, all the time.
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    Feb 2006
    Haha, it's rainy season here in Indiana....I'm lucky to get one ride on the weekend, raining all week.

  4. #4
    Laramie, Wyoming
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    Oct 2012
    Yeah, what is this spring you are talking about. I'm taking a snowmobile up Thursday to see if riding will be possible on Friday. It has been snowing hard every day since Saturday in the mountains here. Some guys said there was 2 feet of powder on Sunday.

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