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    Quote Originally Posted by jdp211 View Post
    While not directly cycling related, still super excited to drop this large (phallic) object in some water and get some food cooking in plastic bags. Or something. Also, it came with some satanic packaging. Untitled by jacob Perlmutter, on Flickr Untitled by jacob Perlmutter, on Flickr
    This looks excellent. Please report back in a new thread: I'm excited on your behalf!
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    I'll be sure to! Hoping to get my first cook with it done either today or Sunday. Planning to 'roast' a chicken.

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    These things come 100% over-packaged. I guess that's what happens in top end componentry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joosttx View Post
    Max is around 80 PSI for the tires I will use which will be plenty.
    If you be pumpin' a 38 to anything over about 50 psi (I'd be maxxing in the 40s), I'd be surprised.

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    box was delivered here from XR, LLC.

    i have no problem with that, but this it's kind of odd that someone would have that shipped here rather than, i don't know...home?
    -Dustin

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogrange View Post
    If you be pumpin' a 38 to anything over about 50 psi (I'd be maxxing in the 40s), I'd be surprised.
    What are you running your Bon Jon's at? I can't find my old school caliper to measure mine, but I seem to recall Dustin measuring his at 36+ on wide rims. Either way - I air mine up to 50/55 and then don't touch them for a week. I'm a few lbs heavier than you though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon White View Post
    What are you running your Bon Jon's at? I can't find my old school caliper to measure mine, but I seem to recall Dustin measuring his at 36+ on wide rims. Either way - I air mine up to 50/55 and then don't touch them for a week. I'm a few lbs heavier than you though.
    About 50 (max) rear, 45 (max front). I also go 40-45 when I want more cush, which is often, or even into the 30s in front. Remember that I'm tubeless, so I think with tubes I'd be running slightly lower to get the same cush level. I weigh around 165 these days.

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    Box-O-Parts for my wife's incoming travel frame. Lot's of great stuff in there.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogrange View Post
    If you be pumpin' a 38 to anything over about 50 psi (I'd be maxxing in the 40s), I'd be surprised.
    The absolute max I'll ever do and like I mean the max is 57 psi. i figure the mean will be like 50ish. So I think we are in line.

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    Got my order from Panache Cyclingwear Thursday. Full kit of the "Viking", a jersey from the Houndstoothn RWB, two pairs of socks and a pair of gloves, got a free sticker to boot.. Tastefully packaged. Did a quick try on session, nice feel to it and the fit is TIGHT AS HELL, just the way I like it.
    Attachment 88076Panache 2.jpgPanache 3.jpg
     

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    I typically dont do the black friday/cyber monday deal but somehow one email led to another and found this on a uk website for cheap:
    Colnago Master X light mapei paint scheme....IMG_6104.JPG


    I build up a ton a master lights and tecnos for customers back in the early 90s as a shop rat. I had forgotten how pretty they were and how horribly prepped they were. lumpy chrome, overspray, all surfaces need facing. Part of the charm. Now if I can only find my italian bb taps to chase and face the bb,
     

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    This thing works well

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    Anxiously waiting by the door for the Postwoman to arrive,
    I'm expecting a bunch of Super Record goodies: Derailleurs, DT shifters and some drilled-out SR brake levers.

    Artie Deianni

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    Pair of Compass Bon Jon Pass and DT 240 CL hubs. ENVE rims already here and spokes should be here Tuesday. Wheel building time!!
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    I bought two things on BF: NFS and my first new pair of Oakleys since '96.

    NFS arrived promptly:



    Oakleys are presently somewhere between the West Coast and the East Coast...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sk_tle View Post
    Now that is tasty!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    This thing works well
    Whitney junior, nice!
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    Just your bog standard, classic road bike.



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    These beautiful Super Record derailleurs and shifters arrived courtesy of Daniel Savine's private stash.

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    and.... a nice clean set of Super Record brake levers to round out the set.
    All in all, a nice haul.

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