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TheBitcher scottsecco's article
Aug 24, 2012 at 0:41
Aug 24, 2012
Video: James Visser - Woodward/San Diego
Check my name and usual comments, I only hate. But to that all I got to say is truth
TheBitcher scottsecco's article
Aug 21, 2012 at 23:10
Aug 21, 2012
Video: Life Behind Bars - Episode 9
Haha chill out angry fans it's a South Park joke. Nothing against the guy and I wish him well. Apparently Canadians get butt hurt easily. Sorry if I was raised with the ideals that it's only ok to cry if you win and a death is something you mourn in private and don't make a big scene out of. Now you can neg prop me some more.
TheBitcher scottsecco's article
Aug 21, 2012 at 18:17
Aug 21, 2012
Video: Life Behind Bars - Episode 9
"yesssssssss, yesssssss, oh let me taste your tears, mmm your tears are so yummy and sweet, oh the tears of unfathomable sadness, yummyyyy" Too Soon?
TheBitcher scottsecco's article
Aug 20, 2012 at 20:53
Aug 20, 2012
Movies for Your Monday
I'll see your DH tandem rig and raise you a recumbent DH tandem rig.
TheBitcher brule's article
Aug 17, 2012 at 23:00
Aug 17, 2012
Video: Darren Berrecloth Playgrounds Portrait Piece
This might be a dumb question but is this a joke?
TheBitcher anthill's article
Aug 6, 2012 at 21:39
Aug 6, 2012
Strength in Numbers - Free Whistler Segment
Forget a screenshot. I want an 8' x 10' poster to hang on my ceiling so that's the last thing I see before I fall asleep each night.
May 10, 2012 at 0:27
May 10, 2012
I hear what your saying ( i wrote alloy because i had i mind fart and couldn't think how to spell aluminum. But seriously for such an important part or of the tube working on such fine tolerances a knurled steel insert such have been used before this product was released. There is no way that the problem pinbike found is going to be a 'one off'
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TheBitcher mikelevy's article
May 9, 2012 at 22:23
May 9, 2012
Crankbrothers Kronolog Telescoping Seat Post Review
Not to argue with you but alloy applies to all sorts of metals not just aluminum. And the failure isn't due to the differing materials. Think of a lathe. Steel jaws clamping an aluminum rod. All sorts of pressure and forces are applied during the machining but so long as the rod is clamped properly there will be no problems or wear to the rod where it is held. Now clamp it improperly and you better step the f@ck back or have good insurance.
TheBitcher mikelevy's article
May 9, 2012 at 22:09
May 9, 2012
Crankbrothers Kronolog Telescoping Seat Post Review
Maybe I'm misunderstanding the review but it really makes it seem like you tore it apart as soon as you got it and then put it back together and rode,later replacing the cable when you were having problems. Now I don't ride bikes or know anything but that seems to me like riding a bike with improperly aligned brakes wearing the shit out of them till they fail and then bleeding them and expecting them to do better. Once you damage the pads or worse the caliper they've got to be replaced. In much the same way once you damaged the post it needed to be replaced not the cable. The plates can't sit evenly and the friction system fails if the post has been damaged. Just a thought. Now clearly it's a downside that the post is damaged so easily but as far as the system itself goes? Me I'll let some others test it before I decide.
TheBitcher mikelevy's article
May 9, 2012 at 21:33
May 9, 2012
Crankbrothers Kronolog Telescoping Seat Post Review
When they first started making cams for rock climbing they made the domed surfaces smooth, but the majority of the public (aka john "I don't know shit" doe wouldn't buy them because they felt they were unsafe and would slip. They put ridges on them and voila now days they sell like hot cakes.They don't function any differently but it was how they were perceived. The plate friction should hold a smooth post no problem and the ridge ascetic was much the same here. The incorrect assembly or incorrect specs for free play ( I'll give mike the benefit of the doubt ) caused damage offsetting the plates and causing slip which was exacerbated through use. You all brag ( Not mike, the forum goers) about being top mechanics, nailing torque specs, psi's, and what not but complain about having to nail a 2mm window come on.
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