crusoe wrote:Nice! I always forget to check them. I think I'm going to go even smaller than 5 spd to get this chain issue solved. I was thinking http://www.amazon.com/Sprocket-Wheel-Freewheel-Scooter-Bicycle/dp/B0053WWHK6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1336104068&sr=8-1
Would that fit on the HS?
Hyena wrote:What happened in the first scene ? The hard braking blew a leak in your hydro hose ?
Hyena wrote:How would you say the new headlight compares to the P7 ?
fizzit wrote:That's cool, does your camera have the capability to zoom in while doing time lapses or did you do it in post production?
Ideal for motorcycle wheels
full-throttle wrote:Glad you found the video somewhat instructional
full-throttle wrote:No problem of lacing with all the spokes on one side of the flange (head-out in your case)
GCinDC wrote:REAR BRAKEHyena wrote:What happened in the first scene ? The hard braking blew a leak in your hydro hose ?
yes, because i had negligently allowed the braid to get cut by rotor, since the hose was so taut... and i was going to replace the hose anyway.
problem is that hose cannot be replaced by any old hose. it must have prebuilt banjo ends. this i discovered after several trips to bike shops and lots of online research... not to mention $30 for new hose, $20 for hydro mineral oil, $20 for pads... the hose i'll try to get a refund for. but to think i could get the magura mt2 prebuilt for all this...
doc007 wrote:I'm wondering if you can do a ghetto fix for this steel braided hose.
GCinDC wrote:rear caliper w/ attached banjo at left. lever cable at right broke off banjo end, shown pointing up here:
i'd thought the new shimano fitting (black) would slide into calipers/lever body, but you can see it obviously won't fit.
but if i could find a reducer for the black fitting (7.8mm including threads) to mate the old hollow bolt (5.9mm including threads), i would do that.
or, there must be a shimano hyro hose/fitting that would screw into the existing sized body, but how to find??
Lenk42602 wrote:universal hose kit, comes with a bunch of different fittings for all manufacturer-specific fittings:
http://www.amazon.com/Brake-Disc-Hose-U ... B004NN3BSS
(i know this wil work, had to order a kit for my rear wheel)
Lenk42602 wrote:or you can just do a buy for the fittings only:
http://compare.ebay.com/like/2907063538 ... si=y&cbt=y
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