Recent content by g-ratter

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    Secrets of the Masters

    Thanks for the wrap info. My bike flip project is about ready for the handlebar wrap.
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    Thanks for the info Luke.
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    just noticed on the "members on line now" window robots are listed. What is meant by this?
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    Cheap or free 1 1/8 threaded stem to threadless stem conversion.

    Needs to go in "Secrete of the Masters" thread. :113:
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    Have not seen the parts in person but if they are anything like the beautiful mold he made they look like they are going to be high quality. Going to have to figure out a build for it I think. Price?
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    It is the quiet ones you have to watch out for.
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    Top one looks great.
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    Re-chroming Bike Wheels

    Thanks for that info. Never knew.
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    Re-chroming Bike Wheels

    Education please. Knurling?
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    20,000 members!

    I just want to see more bikes. :thumbsup:
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    How many bikes do you own?

    2 that are rideable 4 in the process of being built 2 dozen in the rafters And 100 ideas for new ones.
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    g-ratter's first try-Renamed REVIVAL

    So I can never seems to completely finish a bike before moving on to another. While reworking the paint on Bike Flip I came up with an seat idea for this bike that has been up in the rafters for what I can not believe is 15 years now. If you read the thread it was the first one I started when I...
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    LED conversion

    Not my technique. Just something I found on line that had a nice step by step explanation for those of us who do not know a lot about the electronics. I think most members on here are not looking to build future antiques. They are just looking to have some fun on the cheap and if it eventually...
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    Making bicycle grips molding/casting?

    Not sure if this will help you. I did some work for a place that was making parts using a two part very thick material and a rubber mold. To help with the air bubbles we mounted one of those vibrating hand sanders to a board and placed the mould on it. While very slowly pouring the vibration...