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Old 07-25-19, 09:10 AM
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Letting the crank fixing bolt wrench slip and bashing my knuckles into the chainring teeth. I used to do this a lot. For a while, I had a scar on every single knuckle of my hands! That was years ago, and most of them have faded. I was a full-time shop mechanic when I was young.
Tom Reingold,
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