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So much imagination and cool stuff on this thread. :D These creations make my bikes look bare bones and keep it simple stupid in comparison. And you're giving me ideas. ;)

Here's something little I did with the previous one, I had some spikes lying around and they make perfect holder for the skirt guard. Btw, in Finnish the nickname of these the rat spike.(Literal translation is "rat rivet" = rottaniitti.) There is no coincidence.
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So much imagination and cool stuff on this thread. :D These creations make my bikes look bare bones and keep it simple stupid in comparison. And you're giving me ideas. ;)

Here's something little I did with the previous one, I had some spikes lying around and they make perfect holder for the skirt guard. Btw, in Finnish the nickname of these the rat spike.(Literal translation is "rat rivet" = rottaniitti.) There is no coincidence. View attachment 143573
Clever, both in post and usage.
If I may ask,. What do you use the spikes for, that you just had them.. "Lying around"?

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Clever, both in post and usage.
If I may ask,. What do you use the spikes for, that you just had them.. "Lying around"?

Erin
Thanks. :D

I'm a metalhead, not just a listener, I've played drums since 1994... Do I need to tell more? :D I got these same spikes on a belt, on a battle jacket / vest and so on, 1+1 to put them in good use on bike stuff.
 
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No sir, there is a little lever that moves the dynamo wheel into contact with the tire. You can see it in front of the bolt holding the brake shoe.
Neat! :D Anyway, all dynamos I've had (which was ages ago since I haven't had one in use for a long time now.) have been the usual, need to pull the whole thing by hand to use it. I remember thinking about it already when I was kid, they're unpractical as heck. Would be really cool to make some sort of switch to operate it.
 
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