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Re: Underseat pannier rack I want one, too - for my Slipstream! You MIGHT be able to adapt one of TerraCycle's "Easy Reacher" underseat racks, although they do not make one specifically
Wilson, A. Christopher [home]
Mar 7
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Re: Underseat pannier rack Paul, I do have most serviceable blackburn racks on both bikes, including a front rack on my vanguard. I like want to add the underseat rack,(especially to
jzlcsw
Mar 7
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Re: Underseat pannier rack Did you consider just a regular bike panier on a rack over the rear wheel? Maybe that isnÆt what you want, but I thought IÆd ask because itÆs so easy.
Paul Bruneau
Mar 7
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Underseat pannier rack Does anyone know of a product or diy plan for an underseat pannier rack like the one Lightfoot offers (see image) that will work for either a Vanguard or a
Jonathan Zeitlin
Mar 7
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(for Sale) Ryan Duplex Recumbent Tandem Ryan Duplex Tandem - Red Frame in great condition for sale. Features include; New Bottom brackets, Headset, and Sachs Chains, Specialized Cranks, USS, Shimano
old_school_2011
Mar 7
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Re: Ryan Owners Group Hacked Spam Messages Me, too....but for different reasons. If they come....we ARE ready....and they won't like what they find ! Geoff To: ryanownersclub@yahoogroups.com CC:
Geoff Steele
Feb 14
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Re: Ryan Owners Group Hacked Spam Messages ... There are ways to protect against this, of a fashion. First off, you would create an account that does not identify you. For example, you could pick a name
Robert Gahl
Feb 14
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Re: Yo, Ryanownersclub Same thing happen last year, sorry, whatever it was went to other contacts besides Ryan group. Mark ________________________________ From: Tom Armstrong
mark servais
Feb 14
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Re: Ryan Owners Group Hacked Spam Messages Hi Bob: Facebook is equally insecure due to our own government monitoring the social sites, which is why I do not use Facebook. I'll stick with the current
Geoff Steele
Feb 14
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Re: Yo, Ryanownersclub 10-4; thanks Tom... Geoff To: ryanownersclub@yahoogroups.com From: bikeolounger@... Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2014 03:59:46 -0800 Subject: Re: [ryanownersclub]
Geoff Steele
Feb 14
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Re: Ryan Owners Group Hacked Spam Messages I'm not about to join Facebook just to get Ryan Owners Club messages. If this e-mail list is defunct, so be it. ... -- Kevin Karplus karplus@...
Kevin Karplus
Feb 14
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Ryan Owners Group Hacked Spam Messages With the latest hacked email message "Yo ryanownersclub" as group moderator, I went in to see if this could be traced (legitimate Ryan group member Mark
wolverbob
Feb 14
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Re: Yo, Ryanownersclub I would suggest not opening the link below. Mark Servais, check your email account.   Tom, aka bikeolounger "If I can bicycle, I bicycle." Sir David
Tom Armstrong
Feb 14
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RV Vanguard Rack FYI--if any of you have a motorhome or other RV with a rear ladder, Camping World has a $40 ladder rack that can be converted into a rack for your bike.
Keith Nichols
Jan 22
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions Congratulations !! Yes, the speed increase is a bit exhilarating at first. Keep training on the new steed and when your cheeks begin to flap and it's hard to
Geoff Steele
Sep 16, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions Okay! A little over 20 miles today and everything is working perfectly. Must just not have had the steering quite right before, as today it behaved perfectly.
gvdub1
Sep 15, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions Interestingly, I had the opposite experience on a multi-day trip once. The bolt would get tighter and tighter from steering during riding. Because as i recall,
Paul Bruneau
Sep 8, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions If you have the old style three piece handle bar ( black center with aluminum ends ) the bushing down the center is supposed to free- float. It should fall out
m.kenady
Sep 8, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions Using 'Lock-Tite' on the bolt (if it's going into threaded 'receiver' in the steering block), or into a nut may help hold the torque 'in place'. But give the
Geoff Steele
Sep 8, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions For simplicity, I call that bolt the heartbolt since it holds everything together. A holdover term from my hang gliding days. Mine went through a stage of
Keith Nichols
Sep 8, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions I'm not seeing any rotation on the bolt head, nut or bolt end when I swivel the handlebars. Also not feeling any movement in the washers, so I don't think it's
George
Sep 8, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions Needle bearings may not help much, especially if you are 'torquing down' the nut and bolt such that there is tension in the bolt. In that scenario the torque
REC
Sep 8, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions There's a part of me that wants to source needle bearings of an appropriate size for the top and bottom of the handlebar assembly, just to remove any
George
Sep 8, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions The Vanguard I rented while waiting for my Slipstream used double lock nuts on the bottom. But, if you have a Nylock nut on there (and it is not worn), then
REC
Sep 8, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions By "bolt in the center of the handlebars," do you mean the bolt that mounts the plate with the handlebar clamp and rod-end bearing for the steering link to the
George
Sep 8, 2013
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Maiden voyage and dialing in questions George, Check the bolt in the center of the handlebars and make sure it is tight enough that there is no up and down play or forward and backward play in the
reedchrisj
Sep 8, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions As in, steel, triangulated. With the prevalence these days of aluminum, carbon and titanium and the popularity of stick bikes, a traingulated frame made of
George
Sep 7, 2013
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Re: Maiden voyage and dialing in questions Old school! Sent from my MetroPCS 4G Wireless Phone
Neal Stanton
Sep 7, 2013
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Maiden voyage and dialing in questions Took the Vantaurd out for a short cruise this morning. I was intending to go further, but cut it short as I realized there's some dialing in I still need to
George
Sep 7, 2013
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Reconfiguring braking on the Duplex Hi All, I recently acquired a 1996 Duplex and am enjoying the doubling of my Vanguard experience! I was wondering if anyone has tried routing a double brake
Jonathan Zeitlin
Sep 7, 2013
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