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I spent a hour last night fighting with the bloody things...good tip that I will use.
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Bit late to the party here, what a simple but very good idea , why has it took me so long to find this post!!, Had a fair few frustrating battles with the rear wheel spacers over the years, I will be using this good advice next time I've got back wheel out.
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old post never realised they lasted that long ....still using the same trick .some bikes dont seem to be any bother ..but the xts were a bitch ...me crfs are just the same ..i use two short peices one end lets the pin locate to half way way in ..and then when its lined up tap them both out
whats the wether forcast ..wheres me map
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