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    Mystery Part

    I can't figure out what this part it that came with my neck romancer pug, any ideas?

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    drev-il, not Dr. Evil!
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    It's a nipple clamp.

    Or an offset pugsley wheel adapter so that you can center your hub while truing the wheel.
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    I'm pretty sure it is used to center your offset wheel in a truing stand.
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    Yep, itís for building and truing an offset fatbike wheel.
    Donít frail and blow if youíre going to Braille and Flow.

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    That's either a frammazoid or a Johnson rod connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmooveP View Post
    That's either a frammazoid or a Johnson rod connector.
    No, itís probably an endothermic hypozoidial deplanarizing hydraulic torque calibrator.

    Anyone remember this guy from way back when?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    No, itís probably an endothermic hypozoidial deplanarizing hydraulic torque calibrator.

    Anyone remember this guy from way back when?
    <iframe width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/RXJKdh1KZ0w" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
    That's awesome. Where's it from?

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    Surly Pugsley Wheelbuilding Tool

    Required tool to build Surly Pugsley rims



    Surly Moonlander Wheelbuilding Tool

    56mm-wide spacer aids in dishing and truing offset wheels

    This isn't a "you're doing it wrong" topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wadester View Post
    ...Required tool to build Surly Pugsley rims...
    In a symmetric stand like a park...

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    It's a benzoid fulcrum with infinite varibility for hazardous locations

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmooveP View Post
    That's awesome. Where's it from?
    Uhh, 1996 I think.
    Donít frail and blow if youíre going to Braille and Flow.

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    all new surlys come with them, so keep it handy incase you want a wheel built etc at a shop....they will need this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Uhh, 1996 I think.
    Maybe 1996 for that version, the original idea sprouted up 50 years earlier.....
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