well, supply away. im not really 100 percent on what a 1/4-20 1" will cost me in titanium, but knock my socks off. im not looking to refit an entire bike, or even most of it. just those neato little parts that i enjoy seeing so much. triple clamp nuts and bolts, the ones on the bootom of my fork legs, i mean, uh, yeah. just some good general info would be nice, since it seems people are looing for this stuff on occasion.
david s., i didnt know it was you. it is i, mr clancy. did you guys ever get my mail about contacting dylan??? just wondering. i hope things are going well and tell mary i said hello. give the kitty a scratch for me too. and i cant wait to see your new machine. i never thought of getting things like stainless at west marine. i dont live as close to the ocean as i did in boston, but i can still ride my bicycle there. i guess i could outfit my bike with monel too huh?? mcmaster carr sells alot of different stainless alloy bolts etc....but there are some sizes i cant find in the catalog for things. oh well.
brake linkage question.
if i wanted to remove the little clips that attach the cable to the brake actuator arms on my drum brake, you know, the U shaped thing that the cable end drops into, how would i reattach it to make sure it never comes off?? there is a nice sized rivet holding it onto the arm now. but if i remove that, i dont know that i can find another one like it and install it. does this removal sound like playing with fire?? the reason i want to take it off is to replace it with a nice clean one i have from another setup. i have some really nice looking arms, just the U clips look like crapola. any ideas anyone??? i think david probably would know, i think ive seen him do these kinds of things at the track!!
hey aaron, lets plan on going to the end of season camp out barbq TT next year if they have it. i didnt go this year because it was too far, but id definitely go next year. i had a great time. think about it, if youre still here.
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