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    Name This Object

    I picked up some things today and included in the package is the below object.

    I don't know what it is.

    I have a clue- it probably has to do with cantilever brakes, I think. So not a very good clue.

    Let's hear it!
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    is buachail foighneach me
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    Susan.

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    beware the grammar police
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    its a buttfore......

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean salach
    Susan.
    Lazy?

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    fender mount, fender bolts onto the pivoty bit, the bent prongy bit botls to the frame.


    yeha i said pivoty and prongy, I'm 1/2 way through a mug of tequila pisshoff
    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by byknuts
    fender mount, fender bolts onto the pivoty bit, the bent prongy bit botls to the frame.


    yeha i said pivoty and prongy, I'm 1/2 way through a mug of tequila pisshoff
    I am thinking two more sessions from me and we're on the same page. Eat a dick.

    Wow, no censoring 'dick?" Sorry byknuts, the insulting was for funsies.

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    Well, that didn't last very long!

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    extruded metal dingus

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    Quote Originally Posted by paco664
    its a buttfore......
    for pooping silly....

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    It's a reflector mount for crying out loud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blumarvel
    It's a reflector mount for crying out loud!
    I think it is a bicycle proboscis for biking at night.

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    So, you're thinking it's like a butt night probe?

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    Maybe a sphincter beak?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blumarvel
    Maybe a sphincter beak?
    I'm not the only drunky tonight....

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    you bolt it to your taint so you can scribe some racing stripes on your chocolate treasures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ISuckAtRiding
    you bolt it to your taint so you can scribe some racing stripes on your chocolate treasures.
    Now that is prose, my friend. I'm going to mount the hardware ASAP.

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    A widget?
    Duct tape iz like teh Force. It has a Lite side and a Dark side and it holdz the Universe together.

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    It's a
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    seatpin mounted cable-stop/guidey thing. for frames not including the cable stop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginsu
    seatpin mounted cable-stop/guidey thing. for frames not including the cable stop...
    I thought as much, but the hole is threaded, which will make it a pia to line up and the stop is wide open, which will allow the housing to fall out all the time.
    The reflector idea might be the best at this point...

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    Context, what did it come with, was it out of the odd/ends drawer or the bits/pieces drawer? We actually had these drawers and on slow days we would categorize them while watching Spys Like Us. "Does this look like an odd, an end, a bit or a piece? Oh hold on this is funny..."
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    i'm guessing a reflector mount too. the threaded part replaces the nut of a seatpost binder/QR.
    everything sucks but my vacuum cleaner.

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    It's an automatically synchronizing cardinal grammeter fabricated from prefabulated ammulite. It's used to provide inverse reactive flux to the spurvung girdlespring.

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    A girdlespring.......is that like where you can get bottled water from a lady's girdle or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoisonDartFrog
    It's an automatically synchronizing cardinal grammeter fabricated from prefabulated ammulite. It's used to provide inverse reactive flux to the spurvung girdlespring.
    . . . and to effectively eliminate side fumbling. You see, I too own a Retro Encabulator.

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