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surron : installing seat extension kit

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Published on 17 Apr 2022 / In People & Blogs

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jim bennett
jim bennett 10 months ago

cool topic.. if I was young I would be thinking about a domicile with job and stores close enough to use an electric bike.. no, license, insurance, GAS or registration required.. They want us all to work cheap.. so live cheap.. save or invest and live well.. and you will have options to move also.. I put a gas engine on a 28" hybrid bike and it has paid me back several times over.. like when my starter went out and a tow was 200 dollars.. or my transmission needed repaired .. or after a hurricane.. it always worked.. The gas bikes are illegal in Florida pretty much.. Electric is A-ok here.. My buddy has an ecotric hammer and lives 4 miles from town.. works at home.. lost his license years ago.. He is better off without it imo.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

NEVER buy cheap shit tools - that you NEED to rely upon.
AND while nail polish is not a brilliant thread locking compound, in some connections, it is cheap and it can be helpful. It works even better if you triple clean the threads - first wash the waxes and oils off with petrol on a rag or wiping paper... then clean the oily residues of the petrol off with acetone / naptha / etc., and then use it - and if you have Locktite, use the spray on catalyst to cause hard cleaning and hard setting of the thread locker...

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