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Getting to Know Luca Cometti
Looks like I have a colorful new playlist
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Aug 1, 2016 at 7:32
Aug 1, 2016
Mat Brown Bolsters Kali Protectives Sales Team
@anchoricex: just found this, I'm an idiot https://kaliprotectives.com/helmets/full-face/shiva
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Jul 29, 2016 at 14:16
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Fail Of The Month - July
1, thats alot of speed
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Jul 29, 2016 at 13:42
Jul 29, 2016
Mat Brown Bolsters Kali Protectives Sales Team
@anchoricex: Opinions are like assholes, I understand, just because I don't like it I'm hopeful that Kali trys a different design style because I REALLY REALLY LIKE THEM, as a company.
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Jul 28, 2016
Tech Talks: Tubeless Conversion, Presented by Park Tool - Video
Homemade tubless 101 Buy latex mold builder (16oz), i use the one by castin craft which is $18-50% off michaels coupon=$10 Add the latex (immediately) to 16oz of antifreeze otherwise it dries fast, I use a wisk to make sure its well dispersed, remember if you care about it being non toxic, use pg/eg free antifreeze, I don't myself Fill the castin clay container halfway with cold water and shake the piss out of it to remove leftover latex, do this twice to make 16oz of water, Add 16oz of slime $8 (save the container as its awesome to use for application) and a small tube of .6 oz glitter $1.29 from micheals, in a container that can hold at least 64oz, mix the shit out of them. Now store them in air tight containers with the least amount of empty space possible. You should have $40-$60 of sealant for $20 or so, I call mine TUBELESS JEWCE, and its super green. Other variations: no water all antifreeze- now the stuff never dries, so your tires will weep coolant No slime: this works like stans, its super thin and gets everywhere, also dries up quicker. I live in socal so i want it to last, but not weap out the sidewalls forever. So far for non- tlr tires, kenda has the least sidewall leaks, maxxis is middle, and specialized tires are the worst.....sooo bad I have to use 6-8 oz of sealant
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