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  1. #3701
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    Thinking these oughta work better than my Avid R's.


    and these are ordered and on the way.......


    slowly replacing my green parts (from when I had a black bike) to Blue, which should look better on my orange colored frame...........
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    Master of Nothing, but dammit if I don't try..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by digthemlows View Post
    I want one of these......How does the sizing seem, if I wear a Large Giro, would a large be the same??
    I wear a large Giro Feature and I usually have the dial tightened all the way down. I probably should have gone with a medium. I tried on a medium TLD A1 and it fit perfectly. I'd say if you are comfortable in a large Giro a large A1 would fit correctly.
    I was tempted to order one as well but it really doesn't offer anything more than the Feature. The A1 looked like it would be cooler, but at about 5x the price I can't justify it.

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    Good job! Rockshox MC3.R with lockout/poploc

    I got this NOS..paid $160 shipped..

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    And the award for "Best Wife Ever" goes to my wife. Who showed up with this the day after Valentines day, which we don't celebrate. Now i just need to sell my Yeti ASR-C so I can build her up.
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    Re: Post a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]

    Red headset spacer, pedals, and zinn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simpledesign View Post
    These are going to burn through my 5.10s
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    Looks like you have the pins in upside down. The pointed end stick out, that is why there is a small hole on the opposite side to stick the allen wrench through. Great pedal though!
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    I just put them on how they came from the factory....haven't ridden since then....have to check that out when I get home

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    they can't go in any other way - only one end is threaded, and it looks like they screw in from the top using a small socket. Answer's website shows a close up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digthemlows View Post
    I want one of these......How does the sizing seem, if I wear a Large Giro, would a large be the same??
    I picked up a large, it fits perfect. I wear a L/XL Fox Flux, if that helps; I don't know how Giro's fit I've never worn on or tried one on even.

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    $500 "take off" 2013 F29 CTD Talus 34mm chassis!

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    Quote Originally Posted by adrenalnjunky View Post
    they can't go in any other way - only one end is threaded, and it looks like they screw in from the top using a small socket. Answer's website shows a close up.
    Wrong. I had them and they thread in either way. The CANFIELDBROTHERS site does show them the way the Simpledesign has them setup. I guess they meant for them to be used either way. I used the pointed end out and threaded them in from the bottom of the pin through the small hole. Either way... HAVE FUN!
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrenalnjunky View Post
    they can't go in any other way - only one end is threaded, and it looks like they screw in from the top using a small socket. Answer's website shows a close up.
    Assuming everyone is still talking about the Canfield Bros pedals pictured, I don't see what Answer's website has to do with anything. MTB Pilot is right- they can go in either way. The pedals are drilled straight through to allow a hex wrench to pass if you want to install them point up. That's the way mine are installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    Wrong. I had them and they thread in either way. The CANFIELDBROTHERS site does show them the way the Simpledesign has them setup. I guess they meant for them to be used either way. I used the pointed end out and threaded them in from the bottom of the pin through the small hole. Either way... HAVE FUN!

    Well they are in correct, because they now are open on both ends and don't have a "pin" side like a normal set screw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simpledesign View Post
    Well they are in correct, because they now are open on both ends and don't have a "pin" side like a normal set screw
    Yeah, a friend just got a pair last week and he said his pins aren't pointed, either. Supposedly the pins are grippier with the open ends, but it's nice not worrying about my shins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evasive View Post
    Yeah, a friend just got a pair last week and he said his pins aren't pointed, either. Supposedly the pins are grippier with the open ends, but it's nice not worrying about my shins.
    Where is your sense of adventure? I got my leg with the "less aggressive" Saints and got some good punctures so it's bound to happen sooner or later

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    I know all about it. I also have the last 3 generations of twenty6 pedals. I don't think I've had one ride with my Predators without drawing blood. Most of the time it was just while stopped and leaning into the bike. Grippiest pedals I can imagine though. Your foot just doesn't move.
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    A few things for my Delirium:



    400 lb spring
    Shimano XT Shadow+ RD
    Shimano XT Shifters
    Kore Repute 35mm stem
    Raceface SIXC 785 bar
    Shimano 203/180 RT76 rotors
    Various fluids and assembly supplies

    Work just offered to send me to Whistler for a week long conference in July, so this stuff should get some good use .

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    Got my Saint crank, paid under $250 from CRC.

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    Ghisallo Wheels

    I'm really good looking.

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    40% off new thanks to a code a member posted here.
    Yes road bike shoes. When I get this wrist healed I want to increase road riding slightly...I need to be ready for the Ft Hood to Waco leg of Ride2Recovery in support of wounded warriors in April.

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    Trek Fuel EX 8

    My first FS- can't wait to get it dirty!
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    ^Nice man!!

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    New grips and barends for my trigger 29'er.

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    Road bike needed some new tubes - old ones had a lot of patches... The local spot I picked some up at only had these things with absurdly long valve stems.



    Oh, and a new poster for the garage fridge.
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