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Old 12-02-22, 04:53 PM
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Originally Posted by genejockey View Post
Yeah, my sister who lives in FL and my brother who lives in Hawaii often wear sweaters when the temps drop into the (checks notes) 70s.
I do too.
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Old 12-02-22, 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by datlas View Post
"You are blind as a bat, and I have sight" if I recall some of the inspired lyrics.
Correct. The previous line is “I am black, and you are white.” There is also “Mi amigo negro.”

What I really like is Hartman playing Sinatra. He says to Sting, playing Billy Idol, “I’ve got chunks of guys like you in my stool!”

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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post







Wish I could install it NOW!!!!! I have zero patience when it comes to this.
Do it!

If I could, you can.
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Originally Posted by thin_concrete View Post
We still do that in Boston.

It’s great when I go to Florida for the holidays to visit friends and family. Mid 50s to mid 60s and we’re in shorts and a t-shirt while everyone else is wearing a parka.
I love it when yanks come here in July and August. They’re dying, and we’re just getting started.
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Originally Posted by Mojo31 View Post
Do it!

If I could, you can.

I don’t have a wheel! Actually as I typed this a buddy of mine just texted me with a wheel. I have to leave again tomorrow, but when I get back i’m gunna go for the install.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post

Im assuming this is the shifter cable coming out the backside? I’m no expert but I can’t tell if it’s actually rigged into the shifting mechanism.
stand on the cable then hold the shifter so there's a bit of tension in the cable, then start clicking the clickety bits and you'll be able to tell if the cable's hooked up.
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Originally Posted by Mojo31 View Post
I love it when yanks come here in July and August. They’re dying, and we’re just getting started.
I grew up in FL and I do not miss the heat or humidity in that time frame. You can have all of it that you want!
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Of course now I am older and wiser and prefer the originals, mostly.
Meh.
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets View Post
stand on the cable then hold the shifter so there's a bit of tension in the cable, then start clicking the clickety bits and you'll be able to tell if the cable's hooked up.
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Im thinking I will just let my LBS install it. I might just take the bike there tomorrow, they have to order the clamp to put the front derailer on anyways, and I would also rather then wrap my bars.

I also need them to take the old bottom bracket out and put the new one in. Makes sense to me just to have them do it. I did want to attempt to do it myself.

Maybe, I’ll install the rear derailer, the shifters, have them swap the BB, and then I’ll finish the rest. I dunno.


How hard is hooking the shifting cables up to the derailers, and actually getting them to function properly?
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Originally Posted by Mojo31 View Post
Do it!

If I could, you can.

You have never witnessed me dig myself into a mechanical hole. It’s bad.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
Im thinking I will just let my LBS install it. I might just take the bike there tomorrow, they have to order the clamp to put the front derailer on anyways, and I would also rather then wrap my bars.

I also need them to take the old bottom bracket out and put the new one in. Makes sense to me just to have them do it. I did want to attempt to do it myself.

Maybe, I’ll install the rear derailer, the shifters, have them swap the BB, and then I’ll finish the rest. I dunno.


How hard is hooking the shifting cables up to the derailers, and actually getting them to function properly?
The instructions from Shimano are fairly complete, plus the "Free To Cycle" YouTube channel has several very good videos that cover it very well. The front is fiddlier than it needs to be, IMO, but it's not difficult.
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I love it when yanks come here in July and August. They’re dying, and we’re just getting started.
April and May here.
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A few covers I prefer over the originals...
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
Im thinking I will just let my LBS install it. I might just take the bike there tomorrow, they have to order the clamp to put the front derailer on anyways, and I would also rather then wrap my bars.

I also need them to take the old bottom bracket out and put the new one in. Makes sense to me just to have them do it. I did want to attempt to do it myself.

Maybe, I’ll install the rear derailer, the shifters, have them swap the BB, and then I’ll finish the rest. I dunno.


How hard is hooking the shifting cables up to the derailers, and actually getting them to function properly?
Well, my 105 works after being disassembled and put back together. And, I ain’t no cxwrench.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
Im thinking I will just let my LBS install it. I might just take the bike there tomorrow, they have to order the clamp to put the front derailer on anyways, and I would also rather then wrap my bars.

I also need them to take the old bottom bracket out and put the new one in. Makes sense to me just to have them do it. I did want to attempt to do it myself.

Maybe, I’ll install the rear derailer, the shifters, have them swap the BB, and then I’ll finish the rest. I dunno.


How hard is hooking the shifting cables up to the derailers, and actually getting them to function properly?
I bet Velo Vol can do it. Just barely.
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My recliner is messed up and it's really interfering with my nap schedule.
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As predicted, it’s a rainy Saturday morning. I will be heading downstairs for the Zwift club ride. 50-50 I last the full 2 hours.
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My recliner is messed up and it's really interfering with my nap schedule.
Did you put a rear end in it?
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Did you put a rear end in it?
I put my rear end in it every day but the mechanism is worn out.
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Originally Posted by big john View Post
I put my rear end in it every day but the mechanism is worn out.
That’s a lot of napping. I’m jealous.
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