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    I have a friend on a fixed income with some fried brakes on his commuter bike. The bike came with some weird Magura/ Cannondale branded brakes. anyone have some brakes to put on his bike to get him running again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mack_turtle View Post
    I have a friend on a fixed income with some fried brakes on his commuter bike. The bike came with some weird Magura/ Cannondale branded brakes. anyone have some brakes to put on his bike to get him running again?
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    Sorry they are either Magura or Shimano hydro disc brakes. He's ridden this bike literally across the continent so everything on it is probably fried.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mack_turtle View Post
    Sorry they are either Magura or Shimano hydro disc brakes. He's ridden this bike literally across the continent so everything on it is probably fried.
    Might have some bulletproof cable BB5s laying around.
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    R&I quotables:
    They taste different when you flip them over!
    Don't eat the ginger snaps, they've been down chucks pants!
    Just what I need - a robot sex doll telling me "is that all you got?"
    Sue sleeps next to me, and Toby sleeps on top of my wife!
    I like that YOU like Dick!
    "Hurry up and take the damn picture, I can't stay in this position all night!" quoted while holding the "FUDGE RINGS"
    I'm still trying to figure out my meat!
    Oh NO, I like COCK SAUSAGE!
    Who says you put it in your mouth!

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    Anyone need light dimmers? I replaced 3 of them with smart dinners. 2 are standard (thin) switches and one is the wider "designer" switch. All work with LED lights.
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    Oh, duh, these are house light dimmers, not bike light dimmers.
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    Looking for a 15 x 100 axle for a FOX RLC 32 fork.

    Thanks.
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    Cleaning out parts Bin: up for grabs.

    Avid BB5 setup with Rotors

    Sram 2X10 X9 12-36 setup with Mid-cage deraillier. non-clutch. Used on 1x10 setup so front shift pod never installed.

    Truvativ 1-1/8" to 1" bar stem . Maybe 40mm with Answer Protaper OS bars slightly over 27" wide. Setup was used for about 1 month many years ago.

    Looking For 1 1/8" straight steerer 100 to 120 suspension fork with at least 7" steerer tube length. 29" non-boost Quick release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RidingAgain View Post
    Looking for a 15 x 100 axle for a fork.
    I could be wrong, but the length and thread pitch might be different from one fork to another. You will probably need a thru-axle specific for your fork.

    This should help- https://robertaxleproject.com

    If you don't find a used onenlocally, Hard Lite bolts from ebay are pretty nice. Paragon Machine Works are nice too, not very expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBehrens View Post
    Cleaning out parts Bin: up for grabs.

    Avid BB5 setup with Rotors

    Sram 2X10 X9 12-36 setup with Mid-cage deraillier. non-clutch. Used on 1x10 setup so front shift pod never installed.

    Truvativ 1-1/8" to 1" bar stem . Maybe 40mm with Answer Protaper OS bars slightly over 27" wide. Setup was used for about 1 month many years ago.

    Looking For 1 1/8" straight steerer 100 to 120 suspension fork with at least 7" steerer tube length. 29" non-boost Quick release.

    Thanks,
    Damon
    Damon- I've love to grab the BB5's and drivetrain. I'm trying to build up a new "adult size" bike for my middle child and this would work well.

    Good luck on finding a non-taper steer fork! Those things are becoming RARE. I too need one but in 80 to 100mm

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    have two interesting things that are now redundant in my life:

    TOGS. if you know what these are, get em. I got these from a friend and temporarily lost them. immediately after buying some new ones, I found these old ones. so now someone else can enjoy them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CBaron View Post
    Damon- I've love to grab the BB5's and drivetrain. I'm trying to build up a new "adult size" bike for my middle child and this would work well.

    Good luck on finding a non-taper steer fork! Those things are becoming RARE. I too need one but in 80 to 100mm

    Thanks
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    Check your PM's.

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    Shot in the dark, anyone have a large, or xtra large 29er SS frame for sale, preferrably with a rigid fork?

    I'm trying to build a SS beater commuter for campus. I have some BB7s, crankset, wheels, stem, handlebar, grips, tires. I just need a SS ready 29 frame (disc) and rigid fork, for cheap.
    Last edited by attaboy; 08-14-2018 at 05:23 PM. Reason: Clarification

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    Quote Originally Posted by attaboy View Post
    Shot in the dark, anyone have a large, or xtra large 29er SS frame for sale, preferrably with a rigid fork? Looking to build a commuter bike for oldest headed to UT this fall.
    I may have a complete Surly KM SS (1st gen) in size large that I'd sell. I could get some photos later today/tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mack_turtle View Post
    have two interesting things that are now redundant in my life:

    TOGS. if you know what these are, get em. I got these from a friend and temporarily lost them. immediately after buying some new ones, I found these old ones. so now someone else can enjoy them.
    I will try the TOGS. Been interested in them. Will post back up to PIF if I don't like them.
    mack_turtle and Spicewookie like this.
    R&I quotables:
    They taste different when you flip them over!
    Don't eat the ginger snaps, they've been down chucks pants!
    Just what I need - a robot sex doll telling me "is that all you got?"
    Sue sleeps next to me, and Toby sleeps on top of my wife!
    I like that YOU like Dick!
    "Hurry up and take the damn picture, I can't stay in this position all night!" quoted while holding the "FUDGE RINGS"
    I'm still trying to figure out my meat!
    Oh NO, I like COCK SAUSAGE!
    Who says you put it in your mouth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBaron View Post
    I may have a complete Surly KM SS (1st gen) in size large that I'd sell. I could get some photos later today/tomorrow.

    -CJB
    Thanks Cody. Check PM.

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    4 tubes of marine grease:

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    Let me know if you want it.
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    Was this for the Santa Cruz grease gun?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Teamsloan View Post
    Was this for the Santa Cruz grease gun?


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    Yes, but it was the wrong kind of grease. And it is gone now.
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