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This has been a fantastic resource for info on Chinese carbon bike parts. Unlike the MTBR forums, it's not a bunch of smarter-than-you douchebags.
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Chinese carbon bike parts.
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I loved this game so much, and spent so much money on it.  Thanks for sharing the video. :D

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All of the photos put together into an entertaining video
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Now with MOAR MOOSIK.
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Okay, it's just a big tease to spend all that time pulling stuff out and destroying it and not explaining how it was done. I'm most interested in how FreeNAS systems are clustered - is that a new feature or one still under development? C'mon share some info!

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This one is pretty big.
A critical remote code execution vulnerability in Bash, present in almost all Linux, UNIX and Mac OS X deployments, has been discovered. Experts advise immediate patching.
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Something's wrong with that pump track! ;)

Seriously cool to see that video, thank you!!

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I have the horse head version of that mask, and can barely walk in it because I can see so little - I cannot imagine trying to ride a bike and be able to not die, especially in a junkyard! :D

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My Lakes are pretty much completely waterproof - confirmed in Wiss and Pennypack. One intentional test. One not intentional.
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Hahaha he said "NIC card".  I think he meant network interface NIC card card.

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I would add a 3mm hex to the 4-5-6 array, and maybe an 8mm depending on the pedals. Also a good phillips and flat blade screwdriver - amusingly the video talks about hex tools then shows the front derailleur limit screws being adjusted with a phillips screwdriver.

Torque wrench is especially good for new mechanics who don't have a feel for how much torque is sufficient, or anyone who is working with high end components, especially carbon.  Park's TW-1 is reasonably cheap and very accurate, and click-types like the TW-5 are more expensive but easier to use.

I don't know that a chain whip and lockring tool are necessarily essential for the general/beginning rider.

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