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It is impossible to drink a gallon of milk in an hour.

I have done so.

Therefore, I can do the impossible.


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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to fix V-brakes
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reviewed No Action Needed How to fix V-brakes
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answered Hybrid bike change to road bike
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reviewed Edit and Reopen Hybrid bike change to road bike
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revised Hybrid bike change to road bike
punctuation, capitalization
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comment Crunching/grinding chain noise
@PeteH Or better yet, a video.
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revised difficulty inflating my bike tire
pictures in the post
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reviewed Reviewed difficulty inflating my bike tire
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comment difficulty inflating my bike tire
Also, what kind of tires are you filling, i.e., road, mountain, hybrid? And what kind of valve?
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reviewed No Action Needed difficulty inflating my bike tire
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reviewed No Action Needed Do I need to take my weight off the bike to lock out the suspension?
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reviewed Close What kind of bikes used in tour de france?
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reviewed Close What size spoke for an axis classic disc wheel?
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reviewed No Action Needed Damaged (scraped) tire - what to do?
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reviewed Reviewed Hybrid bike change to road bike
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comment Hybrid bike change to road bike
Welcome to Bicycles SE. The lack of proper sentence structure makes it a bit hard to tell what you are asking. I am closing it for the moment. Once you (or anyone else) has edited it, it will automatically be flagged to be reopened. It might also be helpful to take our tour and/or peruse our help pages, particularly the section on how to ask a good question.
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reviewed Close Solid rubber bicycle tires
Jul
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reviewed No Action Needed Is it ok for the trunk bike rack to rest against the glass of a hatchback?
Jul
19
reviewed No Action Needed How dirty should the chain and the cogs be before I should consider cleaning them?
Jul
18
comment What is the crank length on a Shimano Deore XT?
It's often labeled somewhere on one or both of the crankarms as well. I believe that for the past couple years Shimano has been putting the labels on the inside of the arm where the pedal spindle threads through.