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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by frog, May 22, 2008.
KEV FOR PREZ!!!
You gotz my vote brudda!
What I want to know is...what the hell is Walrus' bra doing on your handlebars?
Here and there. Mostly riding a desk.
Just go to Yelp. Otherwise you're at the mercy of some people's horrible taste in food.
I prefer to call it a Plush Toy.
I can still remember that ............... but just a little.....:huh
He's a lucky dog.........?
A gentleman never tells. (so why'd ya tell on us, Walrus?)
Last night i had a dream that i had a handlebar mustache w/ little rear view mirrors on the ends...
Growing mushrooms again?
I don't think he ever stopped.
I don't even want to know what parts of your anatomy were the turn signals...or the horn!
I assure you the mirrors were quite debonair...
They were quite de-bone....wha?
On sunday Ryman, Hick and I are headed to the Canyons to do this:
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That looks like fun, any idea when they stop running the lifts for mtb? I haven't gotten out this year.
Why I stick to the Yamahas......
You fucking wankers need to do that shit mid-week.
That ride looks fun, something you could do on a modest XC bike.
Riding the Maze over two days on the mountain bikes next month, with truck support.
Vibrating my buns off SE of Herber.
Dammit, I'd be all over that if you guys ride tomorrow instead of Sunday. I will be rolling into work as you guys roll downhill. Enjoy, you can't have a bad day on gravity runs....
Frog, somehow missed your reply. Sorry.
Thought I'd respond in the thread even though we chatted today just in case any one else ever chases the same gremlin.
The Rekluse uses the OEM basket and friction plates but provides their own steels and pressure plate. Putting the OEM setup back in, everything looked good for wear and warpage but I'm going to tear into it again tomorrow and double check. Unless I'm just not getting enough throw/piston travel on the the hydraulic side, it has to be on the clutch side of things....
Thanks for BS'ing today, I'll post up what I find.
On a side note, in researching the slave cylinder, it looks like Evoluzione has closed shop in the last few months. Bummer, he had some quality products. Looks like over the pond options for those looking for the clutch slave bling.