Awkwardly, Hambo would have noticed the noise, and stripped every part but the rotor looking for it.
Armouralled the seat and grips too.Awkwardly, Hambo would have noticed the noise, and stripped every part but the rotor looking for it.
Perversely, the combination of locating lip on the hub and the narrow pad gap in the caliper would conspire to hold the rotor somewhat in place through the brake. No bolts brings a new dimension to the term "floating rotor" though....How the fuck don’t you notice ALL your bolts have come out? Imagine the sound, let alone the brake likely not connecting with rotor?
Sorry should have said "quick rhetorical Q"They build the jump first, then the lander only gets dirt thrown at it until someone gets impatient and decides its time to send it
Because we understand that the landing is what gives you speed for the next jump, not the 100m run up across the footy oval.More pertinent, why DON’T adults?
That's exactly how I do it and never had an issue, use a hard wood (merbau/kwila) not pine etc.I need to make a pair of soft jaws to hold a 31.6mm dropper. The plan is a 1 1/4" hole drilled through a block of wood that will then be cut in half so that I can put the post in it in the vice. Is this going to work?