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    Trials

    :hyper: is it fixed yet A big thunderstorm...

    :hyper: is it fixed yet

    A big thunderstorm came up and blew my wife in, lol now's she's going back out fishing. Hope she catches something I'm hungry.

    Trials Yesterday, 03:45 PM Go to last post
    Sorg67

    Thanks McGyver :-P

    Thanks McGyver :-P

    Sorg67 Yesterday, 03:33 PM Go to last post
    Trials

    Watch just the first 30 seconds of this one, the...

    Watch just the first 30 seconds of this one, the man needs to put something heavy up against the back of the track so he has something to hit against.

    https://youtu.be/WKw3aimZWnk

    Trials Yesterday, 03:08 PM Go to last post
    Trials

    Instead of laying it on the ground, hold...

    Instead of laying it on the ground, hold something heavy up against the back side of the chain that has mass. The inertia of that object will be enough, it's just a little more awkward. something...

    Trials Yesterday, 02:49 PM Go to last post
    Sorg67

    Thanks for sharing the video. How do you do that...

    Thanks for sharing the video. How do you do that when the chain is on the bike?

    I have successfully ground the rivet heads off.

    Sorg67 Yesterday, 02:37 PM Go to last post