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Ed H

Thanks for posting my hack and I realy like that "double barrel" hack version as well.

I agree Chicago style pizza is terrible I will go with the NYC style too and I was born and raised in the Chicago area.

However our hot dogs are way better and we have Italian beef sandwiches, Maxwell Street Polish Sausages and Combos (Italian beef $ Italian sausage on the same sandwich)!

Uncle Beijing

The pipe clamp mount is an easy, quick and cost effective solution. Nice job.

The vaguely Starship-Enterpriseian-reuse-a-stem mount is so wonderfully creative and elegant that it shouldn't even be considered a "hack".

Matt

Nice hacks but what the heck is up with those brake lines on Ed's bike?

Ed H

Those brake lines are stock. I can't bring myself to change those in anyway. What are you saying Matt, that they are too long or the color is wrong?

clever-title

Another clamp-related tip: Cut a piece of a tube too damaged to patch as a pad to protect your paint

Ed H

You can't hurt my Huffy any more than it already is now.

carled

Use aluminum-body flashlights for better heat dissipation.I agree Chicago style pizza is terrible I will go with the NYC style too and I was born and raised in the Chicago area.

plumber san diego

This was very useful information know for us...

Bingo Online

Wonderful blog, I really enjoyed to read it, good information, I got new concept so thanks for share it.

Pet Beds

I can't bring myself to change those in anyway. What are you saying Matt, that they are too long or the color. These all are really one of the wonderful blog.

LED Flashlight

Cool the stem with water as it gets hot.

PPI

I am very pleased to find this blog. Thanks for these post. Think for a long time I had the opportunity to read something so interesting and containing as effective,

varicose veins

I like this information & its useful for me. Another clamp-related tip: Cut a piece of a tube damaged to patch as a pad to protect your paint. Thanks for sharing with us.

Manuel Porras Brand

Since I want to use some of this, I wont copy it. I will just link back to the Post. Sound ok ?

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