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More track racing on SBS2.

 

 

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Check out me new setup

 

 

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Check out me new setup

 

 


Not low enough on the front end. You'll knock planes out of the sky with that shit.

 

Ultegra 6600 is too old. The gear clothes lines are now extinct.

 

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How do you get your arse that low?

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Not low enough on the front end. You'll knock planes out of the sky with that shit.

 

Ultegra 6600 is too old. The gear clothes lines are now extinct.

 



 

Nah, it's ace, you can hang into the cable and get way aero. Listen to uncle nev, he's a guru.

 

Btw, Abu puerto Nadal is having his arse handed to him. Maybe Dr Fuentes couldn't get a visa or is too busy with his day job looking at vag.

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Yeah, didn't Vadar reckon he was EPOing?

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Love the Spaniard.  What a competitor.  And what a contest last night was.  I reckon Rafa will eventually figure out how to beat Djokovic.

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Check out me new setup

 

 

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Orangutan set up. Sweet!
 

 

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Originally Posted by paulambry View Post

Love the Spaniard.  What a competitor.  And what a contest last night was.  I reckon Rafa will eventually figure out how to beat Djokovic.



I almost wish I stayed up to watch it.....and kinda should've because

 

a) The Missus didn't want the fan in the room, so went to bed at 11 and sweated my bollocks off, as a result

b) Took about an hour to get to sleep, then

c) Junior came into our room at 2am, meaning I was kicked out into his room, before

d) the cat decided he wanted to go outside at 4am, which involved me getting up 3 times, picking him up by the scruff of the neck and telling him to fuck off, and then

e) Junior got up at 6am to watch telly, really loud, before

f) the Missus' alarm went off at 6:15, then

g) an hour of clanging and banging before

h) She left at 7:15 to go to work, followed by

i) Cries of 'daddy....daddy......DADDY' every 30 seconds for the next 45 minutes while I lay there wishing I was dead.

 

:)

 

I haven't watched much tennis recently but had no idea Djokavic played such a smart game against Nadal.  I agree that if anyone can 'crack the code' it's Nadal, but geez he's a smart cookie the Djoker.

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Hey, does anyone know if you can fit Cracknfail Hollowgram SL cranks into a regular 68mm bottom bracket shell?

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Originally Posted by Thylacine View Post

Hey, does anyone know if you can fit Cracknfail Hollowgram SL cranks into a regular 68mm bottom bracket shell?


Not that I know of - and unless someone has engineered a new ultra slim bearing it's probably not gonna happen. The axle ain't long enough to use in an external bb and having a machine shop cut and weld a piece in the middle would be as much of a pain in the ass as putting a bb30 shell in your frame.

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Hey, does anyone know if you can fit Cracknfail Hollowgram SL cranks into a regular 68mm bottom bracket shell?


akoonaknow!


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Originally Posted by Thylacine View Post

Hey, does anyone know if you can fit Cracknfail Hollowgram SL cranks into a regular 68mm bottom bracket shell?

BB30 so no, although some German company makes a weird machined BB axle that can fudge it, or fork out squillions for a  Zipp Zuma Quad BB which I think can work. Ultimately not worth it without a BB30 frame.
 

 

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I am not making this up:

 

Sergeant Bigwood sent to Peka Peka Beach to investigate complaints of nudism. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/6338027/Peka-Peka-edgy-as-full-moon-nears

 

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Asked about the full moon event, he said: "Skinny dipping per se is not a problem. Without revealing too much, I can highly recommend it. My only concern is water safety."

Very funny.

 

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