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Snow and rain
#1
Please be so kind as to pisss off!

I cant remember the last time i didnt get soaked on my commute to work, my waterproofs are wearing out!
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#2
Likewise, I got about 4 drops on me walking to the car this morning, NOT happy!

I can't remember such a wet winter or one with so much cold weather like this recent snow but then back a month or more, those few weeks where it was freezing the whole time
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#3
I liked it when it was frosty every evening, and our last ride at Swinley when it was below freezing all day was superb, but this snow and rain is getting a bit old now! I was looking forward to testing my new frame out this evening but i can't see that happening after all this bloody rain today >Sad
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#4
Does that suggest you have got your frame now?
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#5
"Breezer" Wrote:Does that suggest you have got your frame now?
YES ;D   Looks bloody nice. A few more scratches and marks which didn't come out in the pictures, but i'm bound to add a load more of my own anyway, and it is 3 years old. Tis currently in Downlands having the headset swapped over, so i should get it ready to ride tonight. And a miracle has happened, the parts for my rear hub have finally turned up after nearly 2 weeks!
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#6
Make sure to get pics up as soon as you can
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#7
Yep, will do.
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#8
i dunno if this will be cheaper for you but i have an iscg05 drs back plate, all you would need to buy is the sliders, roller/bearings and bolt kit.
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#9
"Buzz" Wrote:i dunno if this will be cheaper for you but i have an iscg05 drs back plate, all you would need to buy is the sliders, roller/bearings and bolt kit.
Cool ;D   You can buy that lot separately then can you?
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#10
Yes

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Model...delID=8241
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Model...delID=5994
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Model...delID=5992

i have this

http://www.thebicycledoctor.net/e-thirte...1092-p.asp
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