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    2006 RFX Chainstay - TNT

    Hey, I might need one of these for a TNT.

    I managed to bend the disc tab this weekend in an OTB event (no pics as I was in front). While I did manage to get it bent back into shape, I should probably get a replacement.

    PM or email me at my username at gmail.com. Ridicule, sarcasm and suggestions on how not to do it again can go here. I've already contacted Turner bikes to see what the damage for a new one will be but Greg has been called away.
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    TNT stays should be available from Turner...no?
    Nothing to see here.

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    I posted some instructions on how to do the straightening and I really wouldn't worry unless you were like 45 degrees out.

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    Problem is when I bent it back into place it felt a little buttery. Would be a good idea to have one cause the next time it is liable to sheer. Besides if he starts taking it too easy for fear of crashing we won't have any other reason to invite him along for rides. Especially since a most recent brew (REM Ale) has been given a thumbs down from the Brewmeister himself!

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    It will feel buttery. Al is fairly easy to bend, so I wouldn't worry.

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    American Style

    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    Problem is when I bent it back into place it felt a little buttery. Would be a good idea to have one cause the next time it is liable to sheer. Besides if he starts taking it too easy for fear of crashing we won't have any other reason to invite him along for rides. Especially since a most recent brew (REM Ale) has been given a thumbs down from the Brewmeister himself!
    Hey, it's not a thumbs down... I'm going to call it "REM American Style Ale". I went heavy on the grain for the Dunklehefeweizen (about 36lbs) and the rest went into the REM (about 15lbs). That means it'll be sorta hoppy, but not so malty. Alcohol level should be a little over 4%. Probably the perfect beer for me to ride REM.

    I'm gonna give Mr. Crescent a try tonight.
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    Here,Radeberger Pils is King.


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    yeah, not here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerk_Chicken
    Here,Radeberger Pils is King.

    I spent a long time in DE crafting my Dunklehefeweizen brewing style. I'll easily match a Franziskaner or Paulaner. I could never get Augustiner Bräu's dunkle regularly to clone it, but I think I'd even go head to head against it...

    But then again, I don't have a temperature controlled fermenter, so ales are common in my house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notaknob

    I'm gonna give Mr. Crescent a try tonight.
    Well I hope your not as ham fisted with the crescent as you were to those poor REM hops

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    Well I hope your not as ham fisted with the crescent as you were to those poor REM hops
    Keep it up funny guy. There's still room at the top of the list.



    I was able to keg 25 gallons yesterday, so you'll be able to make an educated decision on the REM ale in about 1-2 weeks. The hefeweizen will be ready for Bandolero tast testing on Saturday.
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