well when its in the bike it cant go anywhere, right?
like, its not just the c-clip holding the sprocket on
clips onto the groove in the hub?
okay so thats a hub bearing not for the sprocket
yeah my guess is their rubber dampers are like that because if there was any more movement, the sprocket and hub would eat each other
Posted by renesis at 16:04 | permalink | 0 comments
sleeves dont really matter tho
long as the rubber is in the hub and everything bolted together
like, does it even need the liners wtf
so everyone else just uses rubber blocks and seperate inside bushings?
ha its like they dont even bother getting the shit close
lot more rubber where its actually udeful
Posted by renesis at 15:59 | permalink | 0 comments
oh so its like two bushings with a rubber damper pushed in?
thaty sounds sucky
haha wtf how thin is the outer lining?
do you just press them flush?
least you dont have to get the, deeper
Posted by renesis at 15:54 | permalink | 0 comments
wtf is a cush drive
so like sprocket dampers
its aluminum or steel?
Posted by renesis at 15:49 | permalink | 0 comments
being a mclaren fan, its hard not to feel the same way
well, in terms of mclaren, 1980s honda is like hot sex
why is carb hour to remove?
just to get to it?
blackmoon: you watch the macbook engineer video?
Posted by renesis at 15:44 | permalink | 0 comments
you dont like the tit?
i kind of like it because i get to use the word tit
didnt i ban this guy
actually since ohsix stopped trolling, just zee
would depend on alignment and how far its sticking out of the toolpost i would think
the tittyness of your cut
Posted by renesis at 15:10 | permalink | 0 comments
dunno brake fluid eats everything i think his logic is awesome
Posted by renesis at 14:02 | permalink | 0 comments
reason needs better wave editing and vst support
i bet someones done some sort of bridge
like, fucking with other daw using random vst, its really clear how polished reasons synths and effects are
Posted by renesis at 01:04 | permalink | 0 comments
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