HOW TO INSTALL PEGS ON A BIKE : PEGS ON A BIKE


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How To Install Pegs On A Bike





how to install pegs on a bike






    to install
  • Open HTML-Kit Tools and select "Tools > Install Plugins" from the main menu. 0.





    on a
  • (O. N. A.) O.N.A. is Polish rock/Heavy Metal band, formed in 1994.





    pegs
  • (peg) a wooden pin pushed or driven into a surface

  • Such an object attached to a wall on which to hang garments

  • (peg) nail down: succeed in obtaining a position; "He nailed down a spot at Harvard"

  • (peg) small markers inserted into a surface to mark scores or define locations etc.

  • A short cylindrical piece of wood, metal, or plastic, typically tapered at one end, that is used for holding things together, hanging things on, or marking a position

  • Such an object driven into the ground to hold one of the ropes or corners of a tent in position





    bike
  • A bicycle or motorcycle

  • bicycle: ride a bicycle

  • motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame

  • bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals











day4progress




day4progress





I learned a lot today:

1. Dremels are awesome.
- I got the Mastercraft rip off since Sears didn't have their Dremel-version in stock. 250pc kit for $69.99 - $10.00 coupon ... there was also a cheaper Jobmate unit, but I've broken all my previous Jobmate tools. I guess Mastercraft is a little better
2. Polishing needs big power.
Using the dremel to polish the rear peg mounts was great.. but for larger things, like the clutch and crank cover, it's hard to get an even finish. I'll have to look into something bigger tomorrow. Also, it seems like as long as there's black crap coming off as you polish, there's more shine to be had! Using your hand simply does not have the same results as a power tool.
3. Polish works like magic. I tested polishing one of the valve covers without doing any of the scuffing... it was more work, and required a lot more buffing, but sure enough it got rid of the oxidation. I probably didn't need to scuff the clutch cover, but polishing is easier when it's been scuffed--- I guess it's up to you and whatever tools you have available.
4. 'Restoring' vehicles is awesome. My bike isn't all that tip top, but I'm comfortable with it.. There's a lot to be done, but the progress I'm making everyday makes me feel more confident. I don't think I'm ready for something as big as a car (which sort of needs more tools), but the bike is a good starting point. Essentially all the work can be done in house, including painting (although we'll see how that goes). I like that aspect of the build.

What I accomplished:
- Bought a dremel wannabe
- Learned how to use a dremel (and how to not use a dremel..)
- Polished rear wheel (by hand, will use dremel tomorrow)
- Polished rear passenger peg mounts
- Polished rear brake lever
- Polished shift lever
- Polished (70%) clutch cover
- Polished (70%) crank cover
- Polished right side head fins
- Tried polishing rear valve cover.. works out, just need a better buffer

What's the plan for tomorrow? Well... I didn't get nearly as far with the centrestand as I'd like. I actually ended up just scuffing by hand, the accessories I have so far (for the dremel) seem to be better suited for smaller areas- such as refining the scuffing on the crank cover.

And LOTS more polishing... I'm still deciding on whether I should bother taking the valve covers off now, or when I do the carbs.

In a side note, I kind of like how the bike is starting to look.. shiny wheels, shiny motor.. ugly ass graphics. Rat bike.. sorta? I'm not sure if I want to install the Raptor fairing anymore, the more I look at it I want to clean up the wiring and just pop on a single lamp (maybe from a pre 84 nighthawk), but that'd also require me to do some definite work on the cluster (which requires attention eitherway).











a little more than halfway




a little more than halfway





I am running on about 50 percent of my usual speed—that is, I can do all the things above my waist. I still drop everything on the floor, and it quadruples the time it takes me to do everything.

But I haven't taken a single hydrocodone today. Not a one. I honestly forgot. It doesn't mean I don't hurt, but it does mean that relieving the pain isn't the first and only thing on my mind. Another good sign.

I start a Healthy Back Program at the gym next week, where I'll work out in a warm (92 degrees) pool and hang in traction.

My girlfriend's giving me a massage tomorrow (YEA!), and I am going to stop eating the house sometime after my sister's birthday dinner Saturday night and Serena's Best of Season rock concert on Sunday.

I am getting out. Thanks for helping and for understanding why I'm not posting much. And all my shots are uninspired.









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POCKET ROCKET BIKE PARTS - BIKE PARTS


POCKET ROCKET BIKE PARTS - ORANGE COUNTY MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS - BICYCLE HELMET PRICE.



Pocket Rocket Bike Parts





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    pocket rocket
  • Graeme Dott (born 12 May 1977) is a professional snooker player from Larkhall in Scotland. He won the 2006 World Championship, which was his first ranking title after four previous runner-up spots.

  • Joseph Henri Richard (born February 29, 1936 in Montreal, Quebec) is a former professional ice hockey player who played centre with the Montreal Canadiens in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1955 to 1975.

  • Earthworm Jim is a series of side-scrolling platforming video games. First released in 1994, the series is noted for its shooting/platforming gameplay and humorous and edgy style.





    parts
  • Cause to divide or move apart, leaving a central space

  • the local environment; "he hasn't been seen around these parts in years"

  • (of two things) Move away from each other

  • (part) something determined in relation to something that includes it; "he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself"; "I read a portion of the manuscript"; "the smaller component is hard to reach"; "the animal constituent of plankton"

  • Divide to leave a central space

  • (part) separate: go one's own way; move apart; "The friends separated after the party"





    bike
  • A bicycle or motorcycle

  • bicycle: ride a bicycle

  • motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame

  • bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals











Dry and wet road tire: Primo comet (100 psi)




Dry and wet road tire: Primo comet (100 psi)





Unlike Bike Friday's Pocket Rocket road bikes which use the larger 20-inch (451) wheels and tires, the Pocket Crusoe and most other Bike Friday models use the smaller 406 wheels. This is the same size as BMX wheels and there is an enormous variety of tires for these wheels unlike the 451 wheels. Schwable, my favorite tire manufacturer, makes 406 tires in widths ranging from the speedy 1.1-inch (28 mm) Durano HS 399 (190 grams!) to the 2.35-inch (60 mm) wide pothole-eating Big Apple HS 338 (although I'm not sure if this would fit on the Pocket Crusoe, even without fenders).

The Kevlar-belted tires I am using here are nominally 1.35 inches wide (37 mm) can handle 100 PSI for a taut, lively ride that is more comfortable than my 25 mm 700 C road bike tires and feels fine on the occasional dirt road that we have around here. They also have enough volume to be used at lower pressures for more comfort and grip on rougher surfaces. Wider tires for normal road and dirt road riding comfort is also part of Grant Petersen's philosophy at Rivendell.











Strobist - Photo Dork in action




Strobist - Photo Dork in action





Photo Credit: Kelly (GrrArrgh)

Here's a series of pictures illustrating my "equipment loadout" for a photo stroll. Essentially my entire strobist kit and really, a portable photo studio, is strapped to my person.

It is an extremely secure setup - I'd have no problem running, biking or even rollerblading with all the gear attached.

I'm carrying, in this picture:

1x Manfrotto tripod, with 3/axis head
1x Camera, w/ walk-around lens
1x Expodisc
About 20Gb of memory, and business cards
Garmin ForeRunner 301 GPS, for geotagging
2x Manfrotto / Bogen light stands
2x Westcott shoot-through umbrellas
1x EF100mm macro lens
1x ball head
2x bogen superclamps
Triggers (Cactus / GI)
NiMH batteries










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