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Cory Ter Smitte
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Great video, thanks.  Despite DOT3 or 4 being recommended, could you not use DOT5 as it is not hydroscopic?  Are there any downsides to doing this?
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Let me know if you experience anything odd from using Dot 5 brake fluid. The other day I was shopping for brake fluid for a mountain bike with hydraulic disc brakes, and I noticed the new brake fluid container said Dot 5.1. I am not sure if that is the same Dot 5.1 brake fluid for motorcycles and cars. Lookup Jagwire bleed kit on ebay.
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Great video - thank you.  Answered many of the questions I had when the time came to sharpen my own.  
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Hi folks - looking to start field recording (mostly nature based) as a hobby, with long term potential for a career.  Looking to make that initial investment in equipment and have done some basic research on getting started.  Any tips or recommendations for a newcomer?  Have scoured the net for similar articles but am looking some updated info.
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Sorry for the late reply, but I use my electrets in either AB stereo or binaural, or somewhere in between. Google binaural  sound to see what I mean. I do stealth recording in my city, which is tricky because of the need for windscreens. Good ones aren't exactly invisible (not much of a problem for nature recording) but I'm working on a solution. Hoping you are getting some good recordings!
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Fantastic series of vids on the KLR, thank you for the effort.  Very helpful!
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Great instructional video, thank you.  Looks fairly straightforward with the right tools and hardware.  Are you able to provide more detail regarding the fasteners used?  I haven't seen that "slide & snap" type of fastener before.  Cheers.
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Forks of the Credit Park... Awesome day for a hike today!
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London, Ontario - Montreal - Toronto - Caledon - Los Angeles
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Made and assembled in Canada.  Married with two boys.
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We had such a great time the castle is very interesting and very historic. I would recommend anyone take the time out to visit. It was especially interesting for younger children as they were able to try on costumes and armour.
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reviewed 2 years ago
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This is a great park for hiking and picnicking. There are numerous trails which provide just the right amount of challenge for most hikers. Here are some of the highlights: - Cataract Falls & old mill ruins - Credit Valley Explorer train runs adjacent to the park - Credit River winds through the park providing good riverside picnicking opportunities or fly fishing spots - There are picnic tables at choice locations along the trails - There is a naturally occurring kettle lake - Usually it's quiet (except during the Autumn colours) with plenty of opportunities for quiet contemplation. If you love nature, you'll love this park.
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Public - a year ago
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