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    Hey Wookie, if you can grab both pair of shoes for you/me if/when you meet up with him that would be great. I want my niece to try clip-less and I might see you again soon.
    I don't have cojones, I have breasticles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyt View Post
    size 9 hiking/mountain bike shoes
    Are these clip-less compatible or just regular shoes?
    I don't have cojones, I have breasticles.
    If it has tires or testicles it's gonna give you trouble. Good thing I like trouble!
    It's not what you owe - it's what your vagina owes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sugarNspice View Post
    Are these clip-less compatible or just regular shoes?
    clipless compatible. I think I need to keep them as they are the right size for my brother in law.

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    Used set of Maxxis Crossmark 29 x 2.1 UST Tubeless compatible.
    Ridden 260 miles and still look brand new...
    Minus the intermediate side lugs I cut off.




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    9 speed Shimano XT derailleur + Deore 9 speed shifter. someone take these!

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    Singlespeed/ fixed gear wheels. 700c/29" rims. 16t free cog, 13t fixed cog. Bolt-on rear axle. Qr front. NOT disc brake compatible.

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    I have a denon avr 2804 power amp. 90 watts/channel. It is a great amp but Ive upgraded everything to hdmi pass throughs. Would be good (overkill) in a bike workshop

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    Girl's 20" 6 speed bike. Raleigh brand, comparable to a Hotrock. The frame and fork are like new. New shifter. Rest of the parts are pulled from other project bikes I have around the house. It's a brake lever from being complete. We bought it used but like new. My daughter rode it for a couple of months before she decided she wanted pink instead of purple. Would like to see it go to a good home..

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyt View Post
    I have a denon avr 2804 power amp. 90 watts/channel. It is a great amp but Ive upgraded everything to hdmi pass throughs. Would be good (overkill) in a bike workshop
    I'll take it pm'd you
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    Have a bunch of computer stuff:

    Electronics:
    DC power adapter with multiple tips (for electronics, not phones)
    Samsung bluetooth wireless headphones
    USB travel power adapter (US, Europe and UK power tips)


    Computer Peripherals:
    Dell Wall/Auto/Air power adapter, Model PA-12 family
    30GB USB hard drive
    60GB USB hard drive
    Fujitsu notebook AC adapter
    IOgear USB hub with integrated media reader
    USB webcam
    USB powered computer speakers
    Battery powered computer speakers
    ATI media center (HTPC) remote control
    Fujitsu media center (HTPC) remote conrtol
    Mice (old 5-pin DIN connectors
    Keyboards (old 5-pin DIN connectors)
    German keyboard (for typing in German)
    EIDE to USB hard drive adapter with with power

    Computer parts:
    Gemini II (huge) heatsink (can pretty much run fanless)
    Hauppage WinTV HVR 1850 PC TV tuners (PCI Express)
    MSI R4550 PCI E x16 video card (passive heatsink)
    AMD Athlon x2 64 4200 CPU (boxed but no heatsink)
    PCIe USB card (4 port)
    Sata cables
    EIDE DVD-RW
    250GB hard drive
    Case fans: 5x120mm (3 and 4-pin) 2x92mm 3-pin, 2x80mm 3-pin
    Fan Mate
    Chipset heatsink
    PCI slot case fan
    Fujitsu screw-in CPU heatsink
    Computer power cables (US and Europe)
    "A person can work up a mean, mean thirst after a hard day of nothing much at all" - Paul Westerberg

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    Up for grabs: 56 liter Rubbermaid cooler. Great for keeping post-ride drinks cold.

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    Hey Austin Bike, I'll take the Hauppage TV tuner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin Bike View Post
    Have a bunch of computer stuff:

    Electronics:
    DC power adapter with multiple tips (for electronics, not phones)
    Samsung bluetooth wireless headphones
    USB travel power adapter (US, Europe and UK power tips)


    Computer Peripherals:
    Dell Wall/Auto/Air power adapter, Model PA-12 family
    30GB USB hard drive
    60GB USB hard drive
    Fujitsu notebook AC adapter
    IOgear USB hub with integrated media reader
    USB webcam
    USB powered computer speakers
    Battery powered computer speakers
    ATI media center (HTPC) remote control
    Fujitsu media center (HTPC) remote conrtol
    Mice (old 5-pin DIN connectors
    Keyboards (old 5-pin DIN connectors)
    German keyboard (for typing in German)
    EIDE to USB hard drive adapter with with power

    Computer parts:
    Gemini II (huge) heatsink (can pretty much run fanless)
    Hauppage WinTV HVR 1850 PC TV tuners (PCI Express)
    MSI R4550 PCI E x16 video card (passive heatsink)
    AMD Athlon x2 64 4200 CPU (boxed but no heatsink)
    PCIe USB card (4 port)
    Sata cables
    EIDE DVD-RW
    250GB hard drive
    Case fans: 5x120mm (3 and 4-pin) 2x92mm 3-pin, 2x80mm 3-pin
    Fan Mate
    Chipset heatsink
    PCI slot case fan
    Fujitsu screw-in CPU heatsink
    Computer power cables (US and Europe)

    Ill take the 60GB Hard drive and the USB powered speakers and battery powered speakers if you still have them.
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mack_turtle View Post
    9 speed Shimano XT derailleur + Deore 9 speed shifter. someone take these!
    I'll take these parts off your hands. I'll PM you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mack_turtle View Post
    Up for grabs: 56 liter Rubbermaid cooler. Great for keeping post-ride drinks cold.
    Ill take the cooler

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    I still have a 10 spd xt rear derailleur, long cage

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    I need to trade a new 180mm rotor for a 160mm in good condition.
    So often times it happens, that we live our lives in chains, and never even know we have the key.


    Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pulpwoody View Post
    I need to trade a new 180mm rotor for a 160mm in good condition.
    6-bolt? brand matter? XT Ice Tech preferred?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pulpwoody View Post
    I need to trade a new 180mm rotor for a 160mm in good condition.
    I have a 6-bolt Avid HS1 160 that I want to switch to a 180 on the front.
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