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4 hours ago, AustinBike said:

Both. Each hose is about 50'. Both in hose reel boxes. 

I'd like to get in line if one is left over.  I just bought a considerably larger compressor and plan to paint some cars.

Barry and I are pretty close together and either of us could get them for each other to make things simpler.

Cheers,
CJB

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44 minutes ago, CBaron said:

I'd like to get in line if one is left over.  I just bought a considerably larger compressor and plan to paint some cars.

Barry and I are pretty close together and either of us could get them for each other to make things simpler.

Cheers,
CJB

They are both at my house, if Barry wants to get them both, that is cool, just want them out of here.

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20 minutes ago, AntonioGG said:

All the totes are gone/spoken for now.


Cody, I think @AustinBike has garden hoses (at least that's what I thought).  Do you want an air hose?  I have an extra one.

LOL!  Now that I revisit it, I think you may be correct.  [shrug]  Funny how you read what you want into stuff.

Yes, I'd love and extra if you have one.  I've been trying to figure out a way to get "air" across my garage.

Thanks
CJB

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Dog bike trailer, this has been all around the country with us and works great.

Attaches to a standard QR skewer, if you want to connect with a thru-axle you'll need to drill out the axle connection piece (not your bike).

Fits a dog up to 17 pounds. 17-pound dog in second picture for reference. There is a handle for turning it into a stroller, but I do not have the front wheel. Collapsible for travel/stowing. 

Located in central Austin.

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19 hours ago, AustinBike said:

Anyone have a use for an air compressor with a blown electric switch? If you want a project, let me know.

Maybe, what size? I have an medium-ish one but it's a pain to drag through the house for carpentry so I'm looking for a lighter one. 

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1 hour ago, RedRider3141 said:

Maybe, what size? I have an medium-ish one but it's a pain to drag through the house for carpentry so I'm looking for a lighter one. 

For finish work the little HF pancake works great. I've run 4" framing nails with it as well, you just cannot hammer out 20 rapid fire without it needing to air up.

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Avid BB7 mechanical brakes, front and rear:

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Topeak seat post-mounted rear commuter bag:

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Quick release basket holder, I think it might be this one:

https://www.amazon.com/Sunlite-Quick-Release-Basket-Bracket/dp/B000AO9LYM/ref=pd_lpo_200_t_0/138-0437986-6885054?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B000AO9LYM&pd_rd_r=f26a677f-c8db-43bc-81a2-6c61a692fc4d&pd_rd_w=NTbAm&pd_rd_wg=orOSx&pf_rd_p=fb1e266d-b690-4b4f-b71c-bd35e5395976&pf_rd_r=BT2VT3T61NAEFXN4MPYD&psc=1&refRID=BT2VT3T61NAEFXN4MPYD 

But I have both pieces so it *should* work with any basket...

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