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    Remolino Rim E.R.D ?

    Does anyone know the E.R.D of Remolino 80mm rims? Thanks

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    Try 545 mm.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamber
    Does anyone know the E.R.D of Remolino 80mm rims? Thanks
    It's been awhile since I've built one, but that's what I have in my notebook.
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    Bring it over to speedway, we have the technology and know-how to measure those things. There's also a place across the street that can take care of you.

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    No Way !!

    I heard the mechanic at Freeway Cycles as a bad odor and a scratching problem.

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    One more thing...

    I also heard it's painful when he urinates. I wouldn't want someone like that working on my bike; he's dirty. Who knows where those hands have been...

    Basinger, you better quit pickin' on us!

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    546mm
    ...think we'll ever get outta' this world alive ?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbasinger
    Bring it over to speedway, we have the technology and know-how to measure those things.
    Like nobody else does ?.........
    ...think we'll ever get outta' this world alive ?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bflemin
    I also heard it's painful when he urinates. I wouldn't want someone like that working on my bike; he's dirty. Who knows where those hands have been...

    Basinger, you better quit pickin' on us!
    Don't forget the open sores! How did Jamey get rid of his?

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    You guys should settle this shop rivalry with a winner take all break dance battle royal. Somebody bring a boom box and some cardboard and then throw down. Or maybe a dance fight like in the Michael Jackson "Beat it" video, sort of an updated West Side Story, but with out the star crossed lover thing. Nothing settles a score like angry/gay dance.

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    Got Rid of it ?

    Who said I got rid of them. You'll just get use to it. Its a way of life. Pete, you know some gay dancing moves? Teach us a few.

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    Fight Club

    C'mon, guys- I'm laughing and spittin' up beer here...

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    got nothing.
    "Trust me,you don't want a big baby."

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    I'm going on record right now; I don't have any open sores, period. However, for those of you on this forum who suffer from occasional outbreaks, Jamey says Tri-Flow works pretty well. I'm not sure what Pete uses. I think they both got it from Leonard...

    I'm jiggy with the Michael Jackson throwdown - MJ's a cool mutha'! Any time, any place....and I got more moves than Picasso got paint (obscure Beastie Boys reference).

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    Twister Death Match

    Can of Tri-Flow and Naked Twister.

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    No!!!!

    Thats how we got the problem in the first place. Leonard, what fixed your problem? Phil Wood? I cant believe I asked the ERD of a rim, and this started.

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    Its A Walk Off!!!

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    Thanks

    Thanks guys for the ERD. I was just being lazy.

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    Thanks for laugh this AM Alaska Crew, good stuff!

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    Oh My God

    I leave for a week and all hell breaks loose. You guys been in the dark too long. Everyone knows that White Lightening torched with a lighter ala "Chain Flambe" will burn off the volatiles to leave just the lubricant--perfect aid for any throw-down or walk-off. My bet's on Pete. This dude can bust some moves AND get rid of his sores quicker than you can say "where's my lubricant?!"

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    Pit tales

    Quote Originally Posted by Queen Bee
    I leave for a week and all hell breaks loose. You guys been in the dark too long. Everyone knows that White Lightening torched with a lighter ala "Chain Flambe" will burn off the volatiles to leave just the lubricant--perfect aid for any throw-down or walk-off. My bet's on Pete. This dude can bust some moves AND get rid of his sores quicker than you can say "where's my lubricant?!"
    Chain Flambe! When the "Drones" lit that sucker up,if Queen Bee had been an impulsive type,she would be around 1/4 into two life sentences right about now


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