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    Fetha mount for my wife's Firefly. Having to measure the bolt spacing before ordering was a bit fiddly (is my 28mm the same as their 28mm?) but all arrived (from New Zealand) safe and sound and fit nicely. Finish not quite as nice as K-Edge but only slightly. I rotated the Garmin mount and it works well as a Wahoo mount, which is good because the Wahoo insert I have from K-Edge doesn't fit.

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    The Big Man caused goodness to bless my doorstep.

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    New gage day! One for the fat bike, one for everything else. I got tired of squinting, trying to find 45 psi on the 160 psi version that I've had for several years.
    These things are great. Built like a tank and give consistent readings.

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    for a special project in May


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    Quote Originally Posted by joosttx View Post
    for a special project in May

    I am digging this thing.

    Shopping now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowPokePete View Post
    I am digging this thing.

    Shopping now...

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    Very good quality.

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    ...Wack:Pack....

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    I think my thighs will hit this bag.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobonli View Post


    New gage day! One for the fat bike, one for everything else. I got tired of squinting, trying to find 45 psi on the 160 psi version that I've had for several years.
    These things are great. Built like a tank and give consistent readings.
    These work with prestas, need an adapter, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    I think my thighs will hit this bag.
    I don't think your thighs will hit...

    But also too keep in mind...

    No paint to wear on my unpainted frame

    Water bottle clearance will depend on your frame's size / placement / etc.

    Bag is really well made, rode 50+ miles this morning and really like the set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claritycycler View Post
    These work with prestas, need an adapter, etc?

    thanks. Brian
    Answering for Bob...Work with prestas, no adapter necessary. Very nice gauges. I find the one that goes up to 15 to be absolutely necessary for the fat bike. If you have anything tubeless with any volume to the tire, highly recommended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowPokePete View Post
    I don't think your thighs will hit...

    But also too keep in mind...

    No paint to wear on my unpainted frame

    Water bottle clearance will depend on your frame's size / placement / etc.

    Bag is really well made, rode 50+ miles this morning and really like the set up.

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    You have not seen Lionel’s thighs....

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    More Black Oak Velo goodies...

     

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    As the only coffee drinker in the house, this is probably as much as I can get away with. Seems really well made and less wasteful than the Nespresso it replaces.

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    Hope I'm not breaking any rules by posting this. If yes, I apologize in advance.
    Pretty excited about this, CZ Shadow 2. -Strictly- for target, no carry, no 'home protection', locked away in a Nanuk hard case. Sometimes nice to have hobbies away from the bike!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldguy00 View Post
    Hope I'm not breaking any rules by posting this. If yes, I apologize in advance.
    Pretty excited about this, CZ Shadow 2. ........ Sometimes nice to have hobbies away from the bike!
    Yep, the Shadow 2 is a really nice competition quality target pistol.
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    Nice pistol! Do you compete? I've never felt the need to to become a hunter (plenty of those in my family) but target shooting is a good time.
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