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    “Where forks go to retire” -surly

    Just saw this in Instagram. I have 2 surly forks collecting dust. Wife is gonna be excited about this.

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    Anyone have other creative ideas?

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    That’s awesome!

    You could mount them on a work bench for a cable/wire spool.


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    Mounted sideways could hold paper towel roll too

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    Or make a wheel jig...
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    You can also cut the legs off and file a small notch in the forward part of the dropout to make a bottle opener.

    http://forums.mtbr.com/beer-forum/fa...rs-780726.html
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    We had a guy that used to make bongs from top and downtubes at my old shop...

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