Geordan Corvette

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  1. Geordan Corvette

    Pai..sa mute manerul QR-ului pe partea ailalta...nu pricep..
  2. Geordan Corvette

    Iupii...am fost...am gasit..am luat..am instalat...am prins bicla in suport..am admirat...am invartit de roti.."aaaa tu ai impresia ca eu o sa stau cu chestia asta in sufragerie? Si ca o sa iti curga zemurile si uleiurile pe parchet?" .. asa ca am demontat...am pus in balcon...ehhh..
  3. Geordan Corvette

    Poti sa ne spui ce era interesant la vitele acelea? Multumesc!
  4. Geordan Corvette

    Pai ma...alea de le-ati cumparat voi sunt disponibile din 20 aprilie sau deja sunt la cumparat? Ca m-as duce si eu sa caut standul de reparatii...
  5. Geordan Corvette

    Ba da! Io! Portbagaj de biciclete pe portbagajul unui Passat sedan. Avantaje? Ca nu ridicai biclele ca la barile transversale. ATAT! Dezavantaje? Garla! Masina se "latea", nu erau vizibile stopurile si semnalizarea, se balanganeau de facusera gauri in bara si portbagaj, vopsea sarita/zgariata, articulatia portbagajului fortata, bicle jegoase de noroiul aruncat de roti ... acces la portbagaj canci ... ce mai ... curcubeul aromelor Skittles!
  6. Geordan Corvette

    135 mm latime? ba chiar cred ca da..
  7. Geordan Corvette

    Le-am vazut, pipait, eu acu 15 minute la bicishop. Au multe variante. Arata..ciudat..parca lipseste ceva..habar nu am..
  8. Furca Bizonica Ahem....bine ma maestre...pai se poate...nu ai gasit tu alta rima?Valvele "este" pe acelasi brat..una sus si alta jos...de pozitiv si negativ...care este..pa persoana fizica..
  9. Geordan Corvette

    adica I "Hope" ca "e buni"!
  10. Geordan Corvette

    pai "e buni"?
  11. Geordan Corvette

    Cu exceptia variantei "amputare" nu voi scadea ca si greutate anul asta sub 100 kg (in viu) eu. Cu tot cu boarfe si cele mai trebuincioase..o sa fiu pe la 110-115kg pe bicla. La tonajul asta, si la drumurile din RSR..nu ma bag la roti cu mai putin de 32 spite.. Iar alea de imi spuserati voi sunt pentru soricei bulimici nu pentru balene fomiste ca mine,.
  12. Geordan Corvette

    Bre acestia! Se poate (ca pentru prosti ce sunt) sa imi ziceti cu un link ceva? Mai precis eu ma uitam la astia: Pe spate http://www.bike24.com/1.php?content=8;navigation=1;product=71533;page=1;menu=1000,4,32;mid=222;pgc=0;orderby=3 Pe fata http://www.bike24.com/1.php?content=8;navigation=1;product=71577;page=1;menu=1000,4,32;mid=222;pgc=0;orderby=3 E bine?
  13. Geordan Corvette

    Salve. Din motive de greutate, (a mea nu a biclei), drumuri de rahat prin RSR...samd samd a venit (prematur, zic eu) vremea sa schimb butucii de la cursiera. Dat fiind experienta placuta cu Novatec de pe MTB m-am "indragostit" de butucii pe rulmenti. Asa ca pls, recomandati-mi niste butuci pe rulmenti, cu 36 gauri, pentru cursiera. M-am uitat eu ca curca in lemne pe site-uri, dar ma deruteaza diferenta intre cartridge bearings si ball bearings..asa ca ..
  14. Geordan Corvette

    Pisica neagra, pisica alba...
  15. Geordan Corvette

    O blonda la volan ii taie calea unuia...asta o urmareste si cand ajunge in dreptul ei urla la ea: "sa te fut intre tzatze!" Blonda ii raspunde nedumerita: "intre tzatze si mai ce?"
  16. Cam asta spunea un coforumist ieri ref o bicla! Si omul nu are nicio responsabilitate fata de proprietarul biclei! Dar un mecanic de service? Seba e chiar un meserias bun, nu iti baga pe gat piese doar pt ca si vinde piese, ba chiar de multe ori m-a convins ca avioanele pe care le visam eu sunt inutile sau preacostisitoare ("ma..eu ti le vand, ca din asta traiesc, dar iti spun ca nu ai nevoie neaparat!") Care e explicatia? Omu' nu vrea ca proprietarul biclei iesita din service-ul lui sa pateasca ceva din cauza biclei si mai apoi sa se dea vina pe el pentru ca nu ar fi servisat-o corect! La naiba...e un MTB nu o bicla de oras! Daca musiu incearca sa coboare nuspeunde, i se rupe maneta de frana...i se rupe dracu stie ce si dupa aia "baaaa ce mi-ai facut la biclaaaa ca s-a stricat si am.........") E mai safe pentru oricine....doarme si Seba linistit, oricum, o revizie la el nu e o avere asa ca nu din aia se imbogatea/saracea el, traieste si nea din Brailitei sau mai stiu eu cine..
  17. Geordan Corvette

    Doi tipi "middle age crissis" Unu' zice: De abia astept sa ma lase poola de tot ca sa-mi pot dedica tot timpul bauturii
  18. Geordan Corvette

    Asta..ultima cu "Not again.." nu e chiar valabila in cazul unora
  19. Geordan Corvette

    All we need is Love-le...
  20. Geordan Corvette

    Maaaa beep in el de valantainzdei, dragobete, unumartie, optmartie, ziua fomeii..muierii..ca daca nu imi erau astea suficiente motive de faliment mai mi se termina si leasingu si tre sa ma defechez valoarea reziduala...huoooooooo am PMS in mod oficial!
  21. Geordan Corvette

    http://velonews.competitor.com/2009/10/news/road/stuck_seatpost_99640 Adica: Remove the seat-lug binder bolt. Squirt penetrating oil around the seatpost, and let it sit overnight. To get the most penetration, remove the bottom bracket, turn the bike upside down, squirt the penetrating oil in from the bottom of the seat tube, and let it sit overnight. The next day, stand over the bike and twist the saddle. If that doesn’t work, go through the same procedure using ammonia or Coca-Cola instead of penetrating oil. Both of these are good at dissolving corrosion. If step 3 does not free the seatpost, warm up the seat-lug area with a hair dryer to expand it. If there is a big enough hole from the bottom bracket into the seat tube, pour dry ice in, and let the post get really cold. If not, discharge the entire cartridge of a CO2 inflator at the joint of the seatpost and the seat collar to freeze it and shrink it. (A poor alternative still worth trying is to ice the exposed seatpost with a plastic bag filled with crushed ice.) Now try twisting as in step 3. If step 5 does not free the seatpost, you will need to move into the difficult and risky part of this procedure: (a) You will now sacrifice the seatpost. Remove the saddle and all of the clamps from the top of the seatpost. With the bike upside down, clamp the top of the seatpost into a large bench vise that is bolted to a very secure workbench. (b) Congratulations, you have just ruined your seatpost. Don’t ever ride it again. © Perform the heat/ice or CO2 trick from step 5. Grab the frame at both ends, and begin to carefully apply a twisting pressure. Be aware that you can easily apply enough force to bend or crack the frame, so be careful. If the seatpost finally releases, it often makes such a large “pop” that you will think that you have broken many things! If that did not work, cut off the seatpost a few inches above the seat lug and clamp the top of it in a vise. Warm up the seat-lug area with a hair dryer to expand it. Discharge the entire cartridge of a CO2 inflator down inside the seatpost to freeze it and shrink it. Now try twisting as in step 4. If step 6 or 7 does not work, you need to go to a machine shop and get the post reamed out of the seat tube. Do you still insist on doing this yourself? Okay, but don’t say I didn’t warn you. Take a hacksaw and cut off the post a little more than an inch above the frame. Remove the blade from the saw and wrap a piece of tape around one end. Hold on to the taped end and slip the other end into the center of the post. Carefully — very carefully — make two outward cuts about 60 degrees apart. Your goal is to remove a pie-shaped wedge from the hunk of seatpost stuck in your frame. Be careful; this is where many people cut too far and go right through the seatpost into the frame. Of course, you wouldn’t do that, would you? Once you’ve made the cut, pry or pull this piece out with a large screwdriver or a pair of pliers. Be careful here, too. A lot of overenthusiastic home mechanics have damaged their frames by prying too hard. Once the wedge is out, work the remaining section of the post out by curling in the edges with the pliers to free more and more of it from the seatpost walls. It should eventually work its way out. With the post out of the frame, clean the inside of the seat tube thoroughly. A flex hone, sold in auto parts stores (or rented at rental stores) for reconditioning brake cylinders, is an excellent tool for the purpose. Turn the frame upside down, put the hone in your electric drill, and be sure to use plenty of honing fluid or cutting oil as you work. If you do not know how to use a hone, it may be best to take the frame to a bike shop to have the job done or try sandpaper wrapped around your fingers. Inasmuch as removing a stuck post is so miserable that no one wants to do it twice, I’m certain that I do not need to remind you to grease any metal seatpost thoroughly before inserting it in the frame, and check it regularly thereafter as previously outlined. Carbon seatposts have a soft, clear-coated exterior and can mechanically lock into the frame or be held in by corrosion of the seat tube or seat tube sleeve, so I recommend carbon assembly spray or paste to reduce these dangers. Poate ar trebui ca our Wizzard LucianTheOne sa puna un tutorial pe "cestiunea" asta...
  22. Am bre..dar nu e tot aia..cand vezi imaginile alea..
  23. Aaaahhhh arza-te-ar focu' musiu..ca stau in casa si lustruiesc bicla balind la imaginile alea...ca nu vine dracu' odata caldura..
  24. Geordan Corvette

    ....ca nu ar zice si el sa ne strangem mai multi...eeeehhh
  25. Geordan Corvette

    Domnu' domnu' as avea si io o intrebare: Daca nu aveai gume cu tinte, puteai face drumul asta? (pe bicla zic).