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2 free 29" wheels. both 135QR
 
both Shimano drivers, one is center lock rotor one is 6 bolt
 
there is also a free WTB bonson tire
 
PM me if interested. if not gone by Sunday im throwing them in the trash.
 
thanks!
 
-Seth 
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I can use them please

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4 hours ago, Seths Pool said:

2 free 29" wheels. both 135QR

 

both Shimano drivers, one is center lock rotor one is 6 bolt

 

there is also a free WTB bonson tire

 

PM me if interested. if not gone by Sunday im throwing them in the trash.

 

thanks!

 

-Seth 

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There was a girl who had her wheels stolen. She posted on the austin mountain bike facebook group. 

1450177888524380https://www.facebook.com/groups/502755839933261/permalink/1450177888524380/

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Anybody need a box before they get recycled? 

1. Approximately 46”x 21”x 8”.  A kids BMX came in it.  
2. 37”x19”x7” - a 16” kids bike came in it.  
3. (2) Easton wheel boxes- 29”x27”x7” approx. 
 

porch pickup by Lake Pflugerville. 

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22 hours ago, Cafeend said:

Go Pro Mount
Don't recall how I acquired this
But still in package and mounts under seatcbf10dd3e3bac6d30333248b8b00c7f6.jpg

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I'm in for that.  I normally attach to the seatpost, but gets a little weird when I drop it.  Would be cool video to watch the seat go up and down!

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1 hour ago, Shinerider said:

I'm in for that.  I normally attach to the seatpost, but gets a little weird when I drop it.  Would be cool video to watch the seat go up and down!

I'll put it out later on . You've been by my shack before but I'll PM the address -thnx

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5 minutes ago, AntonioGG said:

NBR:  Patriot Mosquito Trap.  New in the box basket.  It was working the last time I used it but can only be tested with a tank that has propane in it.  I'll also throw in the empty propane tank.  You would need to buy the lures.

Was that on your porch when I pickup up the chainring bolts? I was thinking that is what it was. If not, what was the contraption on your porch? I actually meant to ask you that. 🤔

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NBR:  Patriot Mosquito Trap.  New in the box basket.  It was working the last time I used it but can only be tested with a tank that has propane in it.  I'll also throw in the empty propane tank.  You would need to buy the lures.

I can pick this up tomorrow if it’s still up


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8 hours ago, GFisher said:

 

Was that on your porch when I pickup up the chainring bolts? I was thinking that is what it was. If not, what was the contraption on your porch? I actually meant to ask you that. 🤔

No, this has been in my backyard for a while. manuels61 wll pick up tomorrow.


I'm not sure what you saw on my porch.  We've had so much to give away lately.  Could it have been a set of metal racing pedals for a simulator?

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some stuff that has been gathering dust. some of you will recognize it as stuff that was formerly yours.

Answer Protaper bar, 750mm wide, flat, 31.8 clamp. I like my handlebar low but I prefer something with a little more bend.

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Kona riser, 720mm wide. @ATXZJ gave me this and I didn't end up using it.

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small Fuji road bars and stem. along with the Sora shifters, these came off a road bike from @Barry but we converted that bike to a flat bar.

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Raceface 36t chainring for 11-speed? ramps and pins are present for a 2x setup.

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Shimano front derailer FD-M190A 8-speed

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random canti lever for old mountain bikes.

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If anyone has a 65-70mm stem for a 31.8mm handlebar, I could use one of those.

 

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I've got a bike in a box project for anyone interested. It's an older 70-80's I believe 1976 Motobecane Nomad sprint. I got the bike to try to build it into a single speed but wound up just buying a new single speed instead. I disassembled it but have all the parts. Anyone interested in a project like this is welcome to have it. Here's a pic of what it looked like. Not an actual pic of the bike. Off the web.

 

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6 hours ago, mack_turtle said:

some stuff that has been gathering dust. some of you will recognize it as stuff that was formerly yours.

Answer Protaper bar, 750mm wide, flat, 31.8 clamp. I like my handlebar low but I prefer something with a little more bend.

20200816_064918.jpg.69de55764c01857d395febec061eca24.jpg

Kona riser, 720mm wide. @ATXZJ gave me this and I didn't end up using it.

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Shimano Sora shifters, 7x3 model ST-3300. needs some nuts to attach it to the bar, which should be easy to find in the spare parts bin at most bike shops.

 

Raceface 30t chainring and bash guard, 104 BCD

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If anyone has a 65-70mm stem for a 31.8mm handlebar, I could use one of those.

 



Could definitely use the handlebars and 30T/bash guard.

I have a couple short stems... I'll check to see what size they are.

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On 8/15/2020 at 2:06 PM, GFisher said:

 

Was that on your porch when I pickup up the chainring bolts? I was thinking that is what it was. If not, what was the contraption on your porch? I actually meant to ask you that. 🤔

Oh, I think you saw one of our mosquto pots, that's a different style of mosquito control we are now using. Very happy with it so far.  

https://magicpestandlawn.com/pest-control-services/in2care-mosquito-trap/

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If we spent more time hanging out in the yard or had kids, I'd spring for that mosquito trap!  The web site indicates that mosquito trap targets the Aedes mosquito, but specifically doesn't mention the Culex mosquito species  that spreads West Nile virus.  If it targeted both, it would be win win. 

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2 hours ago, June Bug said:

If we spent more time hanging out in the yard or had kids, I'd spring for that mosquito trap!  The web site indicates that mosquito trap targets the Aedes mosquito, but specifically doesn't mention the Culex mosquito species  that spreads West Nile virus.  If it targeted both, it would be win win. 

The research is ongoing, but based on how much less we get bitten, we think we mostly have Aedes here.

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