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    New part/bike

    I bought a new part/bike and I need to know if I should like it better than my old part. Please respond even if you have only used one or neither of these parts.
    thanks

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    It's a fine part/bike that you bought, but I'm afraid it's not as superior to other parts/bikes as the parts/bikes I use....cuz mine are best, that's why I use them.

    You're welcome.

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    Yes, but mine was designed and marketed by a company in the United States. No way could anyone afford to buy it if it was made here. So it must be better than yours.

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    many parts/bikes are the same. Unless you have better parts/bike than the next guy. though your parts/bikes may be better. you have overpaid for your parts/bikes and you still suck as a rider.

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    you bought a unicycle?

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    I paid much more for mine than you did yours, but I did not overpay I got a super discount/deal that only some one as cool as me could get. So mine must be better.

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    How dare you say my parts/bike are inferior! Not only are my parts/bike made in the USofA, I'm so close to the manufacturer that I occasionally sleep with him/her/they and they seek my incredibly valuable input. My insider knowledge and connections assure that I ride the latest and greatest parts/bikes...and most certainly, my ability to p-own my buddies while riding the local ripping spot strikes fear into the hearts of you and yours...proving my superior riding abilities as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaKlyde
    How dare you say my parts/bike are inferior! Not only are my parts/bike made in the USofA, I'm so close to the manufacturer that I occasionally sleep with him/her/they and they seek my incredibly valuable input. My insider knowledge and connections assure that I ride the latest and greatest parts/bikes...and most certainly, my ability to p-own my buddies while riding the local ripping spot strikes fear into the hearts of you and yours...proving my superior riding abilities as well.

    Brock...
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    I'll check mountain bike action and get back to you .

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    Is this a new brand I haven't heard of? I confess I'm out of the loop as I am not sleep with any manufactures at present.
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    I bought a new part/bike, but it didn't cost enough, so I took it back and bought a more expensive part/bike.

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    Everyone on Pinkbike says your part/bike sukz ballz... LOL...
    "I wrote a hit play! What have you ever done?!"

    Have Ashtray, Will Travel....

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    "part/bike", begs the question what's the other part?
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    My eyes are crossed. WTF is a part/bike? At first I thought it was a type-o and someone meant "park bike" but now I don't know what the heck you are all talking about.

    ...Now back to your regularly scheduled programming.

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    ............wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwoooooooooooooooo ooooooosssssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.......... .........
    Are the wheels roundish? Ride it.

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    I think we should continue this discussion in the beer garden at MBO this summer. Maybe I will be able to figure it out then.

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    I get it now.
    Part/bike is another word for LAME!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swift
    I get it now.
    Part/bike is another word for LAME!
    No need to start a flame war just because your bike/part sucks. You probably should stop riding it immediately.
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    My new part/bike is most certainly bigger than your, due to my superior size, thus making my part/bike better. Bigger is better, 'nough said.

    BIGfatED

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Giggity
    No need to start a flame war just because your bike/part sucks. You probably should stop riding it immediately.

    No flame intended. Just calling a spade a spade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swift
    No flame intended. Just calling a spade a spade.
    Call it a Spade, unless it's a Maestro; but either way, it's way inferior to a DW-Link. I used to ride w/ a pro racer and I know this for a fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toowacky
    Call it a Spade, unless it's a Maestro; but either way, it's way inferior to a DW-Link. I used to ride w/ a pro racer and I know this for a fact.
    DW himself has said many times that bike is not compatible with that part.
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    All of my bike/parts suck.....but when I put them all together just right magic happens!
    I ride at ludicrous speed

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    Has any one measured the the centrifigul momentum of this new part/bike? It can make a big difference depending on the other related components. For example, the new part/bike may not be compatible with that one part that does that one thing made by Shimano. You know what I am talking about. It is that one part that is at a 69 degree cross dimensional angle from that other thing that connects to the rectal insertion bolt.

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