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deanbean

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  1. Does anyone have a link to track RTC and RTW? edit already had it on my PC https://rtwrtc2020.maprogress.com/
  2. I've thought of replacing the Yeti with a newer shorter travel bike, but then I ride a cool flowing trail with some rocks and remember why I bought it in the first place. I've got a 29" hard tail and it suits me for the more gravel rides, so why replace
  3. Thanks guys, been looking for the Tracker. Got 2 mates doing the Race To Paarl this year, Blanket wearer Erik Egeland and JG Wardle, a legend in his own mind from Cathcart, Thomas River MTB trail boss.
  4. Geez, Monark, talk about thread necro, next time get hold of me, by PM, or Wil6, and we'll be happy to help. I'm not active on the forum anymore. Hope you had great rides, because it's absolutely safe, unless you get waylaid by your riding partners and end up in one of the pubs, then your other half may assault you
  5. Pleased you know about this, thought of you and T. Be careful
  6. A mates got a vacancy in his B&B
  7. deanbean

    RIFLE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Psk65mhcxrs
  8. Deanbean takes a dive, if you are going to keep using that pic, I DEMAND FREE ENTRIES, the beers are free already so can't demand that edit, and I rode in flats this year so that there was no repeat
  9. Let me know if you need any help in Stutt Fanie. Got fomo
  10. Mike Rowe's "The way I heard it" is excellent. Try to work out who or what he is talking about before the end. All between 5&7 min long.
  11. deanbean

    RIFLE

    With reloading I started at the minimum load and moved up 0.4gn at a time. Did 5 loads at each, then tested accuracy over 50m. Amazingly enough the minimum load was the most accurate on my every day carry rifle(a .222 Remington Sako), which suits me as it's quiet. Only 23.2gn to get a good grouping
  12. Use a bomb on the shock to lock it out if it doesn't have a lock out, on a DS. I've had to do this on a number of occasions. Best if you can use the RD as a tensioner, but if the hanger is broken you are out of luck here. I always carry a spare hanger.
  13. A truely bespoke knife (forged from bicycle spokes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMvRIalrGf8 https://www.instructables.com/id/Knife-Forged-From-Bicycle-Spokes-a-Truly-Bespoke-K/
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