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    Paging Flipnidaho

    Dude I can't pm you, you're box is full. Just trying to catch up with you.

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    Yeah I'm trying to get a hold of him too.

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    Sorry about that...

    Mailbox is now empty...
    And the obligatory picture...

    This is right before the steep part of BJ where she broke a chain. A PC1 singlespeed specific chain that had less than 500 miles on it. Most impressive power...
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    Quote Originally Posted by flipnidaho
    A PC1 singlespeed specific chain that had less than 500 miles on it. Most impressive power...
    PC1 is a fundamentally sucky chain well known for breakage. Use a KMZ410. They also come in a variety of colors and cost less than the PC1.
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    Crack Chain Junkie

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    PC1 is a fundamentally sucky chain well known for breakage. Use a KMZ410. They also come in a variety of colors and cost less than the PC1.
    I'll take some of that crack (KMZ410) who's dealin these puppies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash_Burn
    I'll take some of that crack (KMZ410) who's dealin these puppies.
    BikeNashbar's got the KMC510 which is extra beefy and has a masterlink. (this is what I ride) They have a good price on em
    WebCyclery's got the colored KMC410s which sure are purdy.

    My exp with the PC1 is on my first at 500 miles I threw a chain but managed to salvage the family jewels. On my second at 500 miles I broke a chain. Something about the majic 500 mile number that doesn't bode well.
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    Surly Wisdom

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    My exp with the PC1 is on my first at 500 miles I threw a chain but managed to salvage the family jewels. On my second at 500 miles I broke a chain. Something about the majic 500 mile number that doesn't bode well.
    Surly site says there is no money in fat chains - Skinny guys get all the love.

    Guess I need to start workin my mid section.

    Thanks for the "dealer" info, now you won't find me on the corner trying to score a bag.

    Hope the LBS does'nt ban me from their gutter glitter.

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    Now you tell me...I have that chain on my SS. Can you say "nutter butter"? Aye Caramaba.....and not those cool cranks from the 90s.

    May the spackle not be on you....or the wall behind you. All this talk of crack and no mention of spackle!!!
    ...building wherever they'll let me...

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    I forgot...

    [QUOTE=Visicypher]Now you tell me...I have that chain on my SS. Can you say "nutter butter"? Aye Caramaba.....and not those cool cranks from the 90s.QUOTE]

    Speaking of cranks, the chainrings I have are 4 arm so it won't work on your 5 arm crank...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visicypher
    Now you tell me...I have that chain on my SS. Can you say "nutter butter"? Aye Caramaba.....and not those cool cranks from the 90s.

    May the spackle not be on you....or the wall behind you. All this talk of crack and no mention of spackle!!!
    Different kind of crack. This kind requires a creme rather than a (oh, and this makes me queasy to say) sp-sp-sp-spackle.
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    Anti-Monkey

    Ha ha!!! You have used the infamous word "spackle"!!!! They should sell the crack creme beside the anti-monkey butt talc!!!
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