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Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
May
27
awarded  Yearling
May
12
answered Should rotors have no rub at all?
Apr
15
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Mar
31
comment Can I use a Center Lock hub and disc brake rotor in place of an ISO hub?
Set this up yesterday and it works great. For anyone else going down this route, make sure to get a rotor that includes a lockring, and have a lockring tool available.
Mar
30
accepted Can I use a Center Lock hub and disc brake rotor in place of an ISO hub?
Mar
10
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
19
asked Can I use a Center Lock hub and disc brake rotor in place of an ISO hub?
Oct
4
revised How long should pedals last?
Spelling: 'peddle' -> 'pedal'
Oct
4
suggested suggested edit on How long should pedals last?
Aug
16
awarded  Critic
Aug
6
comment Disc brake rotor size and forks strength
It's absolutely true that the same torque applied to the caliper generates the same braking force. It doesn't follow that the same amount of torque on the caliper generates the same amount of torque on the fork regardless of caliper/brake mount position.
Aug
6
answered Disc brake rotor size and forks strength
Jun
14
answered If I attached a “pointy” pool noodle to my bike, would it make me safer even from sadistic drivers?
Jun
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
6
awarded  Teacher
Jun
6
answered Should the bike or the rider take the jolt from a bump, and how?
Jun
5
revised Brake pad rubbing the rim
Things for stopping are b-r-a-k-e-s
Jun
5
suggested suggested edit on Brake pad rubbing the rim
Jun
5
comment Why ride a single-speed bike?
I just have to point out that riding single-speed with only one brake should very much be discouraged. You should have two redundant braking systems.