Minor snapdeck problem solved
- Over time, my snapdeck has started sliding forward (into the looser
position) until it could sometimes pop out on a bumpy road. I had
some Gorilla Tape (extra-sturdy duct tape), and ripped it into little
strips, and put them on the inside of the aluminum rails. When the
snap pieces slide behind the tape, they don't slide forward anymore,
and seem not to pop out nearly so easily.
That is all.
- You sound like a good brother, Devian.
--- In email@example.com, Devian Gilbert <asanacycles@...>
> these things run thru my mind in effort to entice my brother to go on
> leave LA and see something
> breath fresh air, etc
> he rides a good solid 100miles/week commuting
> and has never had a drivers license, so his whole life he's been on a
> however, he has yet to experience life on the ramble
> daily obligations keep him tethered to the townie life
> but i keep concocting idears to liberate
> as his enthusiasm grows, i hope its just a mater of time.
- awesome!that is exactly what i had in my headprobably some kind of stray photo-memory synaptic loop thought goin round and round in my noodleand wow!of course...just use coroplasti use to use coroplast for R/C Glider stuffi could go all out on itmake a nice box like that, and line it with carpet or somethingmy brother's dog, Ranger, i think is about 30lbsi think i can make this workas Surly has tugged at my heartstrings yet againthis time with the Big Dummy being in "military green" as i think it was stated in the Jenson USA websitei say, "OD Green" (olive drab)i simply want to build up a new rigperhaps cannibalize what i'd have left from my current rigor maybe just give dylan my current rigonce the BD is done.On Dec 2, 2007, at 12:37 PM, murray wrote:
- good brother or notits up to the individual to use the resourcesi can only simply provide a bikeits just a bikebut we all know...its often times the simple things in life that countsomeone once referred to me as "A Fat Tire Evangelist."loli still get laffs from thatbut i guess its pretty much truepeace...dwww.AsanaCycles.comOn Dec 2, 2007, at 1:10 PM, tda0818 wrote:
- On Dec 1, 2007 8:55 PM, David Chase <dr2chase@...> wrote:
> Over time, my snapdeck has started sliding forward (into the looserI was having a similar problem and solved it by positioning the deck
> position) until it could sometimes pop out on a bumpy road. I had
> some Gorilla Tape (extra-sturdy duct tape), and ripped it into little
> strips, and put them on the inside of the aluminum rails. When the
> snap pieces slide behind the tape, they don't slide forward anymore,
> and seem not to pop out nearly so easily.
with the clips overlapping the freeloader where it wraps around the
v-racks. No motion since and it doesn't seem to be doing the
freeloaders any harm. Your tape solution would give more flexibility
of where to stick the deck, though. Nice.
> as Surly has tugged at my heartstrings yet again
> this time with the Big Dummy being in "military green" as i think it
> was stated in the Jenson USA website
> i say, "OD Green" (olive drab)
> i simply want to build up a new rig
> perhaps cannibalize what i'd have left from my current rig
> or maybe just give dylan my current rig
> once the BD is done.
I just looked at these pics the other day on Flickr
There is your green - I like it too.