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    Quote Originally Posted by tyrebyter View Post
    At the price of those tires, I'd sew up that puncture with a vein pulled out of my arm. I only buy what's on closeout... my Mother was Scottish.
    Found this article, should help save my veins

    Tech Tuesday - Three Ways to Save A Leaky Tubeless Tire - Pinkbike
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calhoun View Post
    Found this article, should help save my veins

    Tech Tuesday - Three Ways to Save A Leaky Tubeless Tire - Pinkbike
    Great find!
    "Someone must have put alcohol in my beer last night." ~ Mr. Richard Baty, Esq.


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    nice one houn! time to re-repair an old minion.
    nix that, livin la vida bandos is a good idea when you're on a Mojo HD

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    I have three Schwalbes and one High Roller I need to repair. I will let you guys know how it works out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Repster View Post
    I've used a similar fix, but sometimes I'm just lazy and go with a tube.

    The super glue one was new to me, though!
    So far I have been tubing, but I got a little curious last night and hit the Googles. Worse case is I waste 5-10 bucks and still tube.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyrebyter View Post
    At the price of those tires, I'd sew up that puncture with a vein pulled out of my arm. I only buy what's on closeout... my Mother was Scottish.

    Schwalbe Tire Sale
    (still a bit spendy, but the a good price on the Hans Danfs.. I could have saved myself $20 ea).
    Speedgoat Bicycles | Tires
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    I am not a swalbe fan. I had to get rid of those. Too many front tire washouts and the rear always felt wishy-washy on off-camber sections.
    "I think im gonna go to walmart and look at the mountain bikes and see if i can salvage the rear frame."- Nick_Knipp 3/21/12

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    xmas wish...

    For people to stop moving rocks

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    Trek Dirt Series: Mountain Bike Camps, Clinics & Instruction. Women's Only and Co-ed, based in Whistler, BC
    2010 GT GTW Zaskar Expert Women's Mountain Bike X-Small Black - Bikewagon (spent five agonizing days watching the stock fall on the this one, hoping I would make it to a payday or until family was back in town so I could borrow money. Didn't make it. I am hoping my little sister took the hint I dropped her and made it happen...)
    A nice overstuffed easy chair (I used to use one as a computer chair... I MISS IT!)
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    But, mostly, all I want is some money to pay all my bills. People seem to hate that answer. So I give them expensive stuff, like that list. And I wonder why I get clothes, bath products, and boxes of chocolates every year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikemaya View Post
    Trek Dirt Series: Mountain Bike Camps, Clinics & Instruction. Women's Only and Co-ed, based in Whistler, BC
    2010 GT GTW Zaskar Expert Women's Mountain Bike X-Small Black - Bikewagon (spent five agonizing days watching the stock fall on the this one, hoping I would make it to a payday or until family was back in town so I could borrow money. Didn't make it. I am hoping my little sister took the hint I dropped her and made it happen...)
    A nice overstuffed easy chair (I used to use one as a computer chair... I MISS IT!)
    Airbrush
    Mattress (Cali King)



    But, mostly, all I want is some money to pay all my bills. People seem to hate that answer. So I give them expensive stuff, like that list. And I wonder why I get clothes, bath products, and boxes of chocolates every year...
    Looks like a nice list.

    I dont know if your Santa is mattress shopping, but I have a king size pillow top taking up space at mi casa. It's a less than 5 yr old Miralux - paid $1500 new and will let it go cheap at $250 including the box springs.
    "Someone must have put alcohol in my beer last night." ~ Mr. Richard Baty, Esq.


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    Pics of this mattress?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90supra View Post
    Pics of this mattress?
    Sure, I'd like to get to someone who could use it.

    It's in great shape, and very comfortable with a nice high profile:



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    The boss (HA) says he wants a new one. Last one was used too

    Thanks though!

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    'Tis better to give than receive

    If the snow doesn't fall, my holiday maintenance wish list will include several good days work on the local trails.

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