Search:

Type: Posts; User: climberevan

Page 1 of 6 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.05 seconds.

  1. Maybe they've never read the old fable. Sent...

    Maybe they've never read the old fable.

    Sent from my SM-P610 using TGR Forums mobile app
  2. This discussion (and the illustrations of our...

    This discussion (and the illustrations of our points) is much more pleasant than the earlier one. Your latest argument is compelling.

    Sent from my SM-P610 using TGR Forums mobile app
  3. Abs are sexy. If you prefer to see ladies who...

    Abs are sexy. If you prefer to see ladies who look like they don't work out, post 'em up. Booner will thank you.

    360035
  4. Oh, FFS. Post up some funny shit already and take...

    Oh, FFS. Post up some funny shit already and take the name calling elsewhere.

    360029

    Sent from my SM-P610 using TGR Forums mobile app
  5. Interesting. 4" and very calm on the Carson side...

    Interesting. 4" and very calm on the Carson side of 50. I wonder if they'll plow my street before next week....
  6. Replies
    22
    Views
    1,298

    I have a set of 102mm brakes for these that I'm...

    I have a set of 102mm brakes for these that I'm not using if their new owner is in need.
  7. Replies
    2,332
    Views
    452,879

    I'm also consistently puzzled by the seemingly...

    I'm also consistently puzzled by the seemingly chronic tire destruction by people on this thread. Rears last me about 800 miles before the side knobs are all rounded, and EXO or the Schwalbe Lite...
  8. Reddit has you covered.359794359795359796

    Reddit has you covered.359794359795359796
  9. Replies
    3,063
    Views
    456,518

    That's a good example of how not to set tile.

    That's a good example of how not to set tile.
  10. Thread: Theragun

    by climberevan
    Replies
    17
    Views
    2,383

    Same. Mine was like $42, cheapest that Bezos...

    Same. Mine was like $42, cheapest that Bezos offered. It works well, but the battery life is abysmal so we leave it plugged in between uses.
  11. Replies
    3,063
    Views
    456,518

    As a contractor, the main things I'd recommend to...

    As a contractor, the main things I'd recommend to beginner clients are 1: to get really solid reference (s) from people you trust; and 2: have realistic expectations and a VERY clear understanding of...
  12. Currently experiencing flurries in the Carson...

    Currently experiencing flurries in the Carson Valley. Trails were tacky yesterday, but I'm willing to give the bikes a rest if winter finally gets rolling (after this new dump rips everything to the...
  13. Replies
    3,367
    Views
    798,685

    I'll second this. DJ is the best YT source I've...

    I'll second this. DJ is the best YT source I've come across, especially if you like to do things that are backed up by real science rather than old coaching lore.

    Even minmal training structure...
  14. I've been using the Baofeng radios for moto...

    I've been using the Baofeng radios for moto riding for years. They would def be good for skiing and climbing as well.
  15. I have like 5 compressors and like the California...

    I have like 5 compressors and like the California Air Tools one best. It's much quieter than the others, and aluminum tanks are nice when I have to carry it into jobsites.
    Whatever you do, don't get...
  16. Replies
    11,276
    Views
    1,427,342

    I haven't turned on the projector during the day...

    I haven't turned on the projector during the day in years, but this is worth the sacrifice. F-ing finally.
  17. I also fell for Julbo's 0-3 photochromic tint...

    I also fell for Julbo's 0-3 photochromic tint claims. It's BS. They work ok for biking, but when the temp is below 40F they just go full dark and stay there, even at night. My GF also has them, with...
  18. Replies
    3,367
    Views
    798,685

    Have others had luck with these? Reviews are not...

    Have others had luck with these? Reviews are not good. Sounds like a lot of splits and torn out valve stems, but if course people are more likely to review stuff that fails.

    It sure would be nice,...
  19. I'm in the initial planning stages for an...

    I'm in the initial planning stages for an informal ride/race this year. A few people are likely in so far, and a one-way ride either direction will be possible with the available vehicles. PM your...
  20. I agree that maybe the guy should have waited...

    I agree that maybe the guy should have waited another couple of seconds for you to pass in that situation. However, riding uphill on singletrack is great, especially on the mellow trails around Ash....
  21. Replies
    1,062
    Views
    361,044

    Winter bikepacking is interesting. I guess we'll...

    Winter bikepacking is interesting. I guess we'll keep doing this until it snows.358437358438358439358440358441358442
  22. Replies
    7,264
    Views
    1,918,446

    That's a factory 1 ton chassis that is 2wd. They...

    That's a factory 1 ton chassis that is 2wd. They were more commonly used as flatbeds.

    Current generation Tacomas are much more about the image than about getting real work done.
  23. Replies
    144
    Views
    22,856

    You guys are slipping. No mention of the hottie? ...

    You guys are slipping. No mention of the hottie?

    I tried a few times in different spots but it kept erroring out. I'll try a different floor, I guess.357536
  24. Replies
    7,264
    Views
    1,918,446

    Some big class A RVs have air brakes and no CDL...

    Some big class A RVs have air brakes and no CDL is required to drive them. (One should definitely be, though. I had a CDL for years and and always cringe when I see 30,000+# RVs being piloted by...
  25. Replies
    11,276
    Views
    1,427,342

    Indeed. What an amazing sub! From a thread...

    Indeed. What an amazing sub!

    From a thread that details the ongoing meltdown on TheDonald:.

    "Hot fucking damn, imagine. Imagine going so far as to commit sedition and risk years of...
  26. Replies
    11,276
    Views
    1,427,342

    Or maybe it's a deep fake... I can't imagine him...

    Or maybe it's a deep fake... I can't imagine him doing that speech without a gun literally pressed to his neck. It's remarkable.

    Sent from my SM-P610 using TGR Forums mobile app
  27. Replies
    11,276
    Views
    1,427,342

    I'm reading it now. The first part is likely a...

    I'm reading it now. The first part is likely a rough read for those who are triggered by an acknowledgement that racism is at the heart of the US legal & economic systems. The idea that the once...
  28. Replies
    16
    Views
    2,149

    The other question I'd look into is whether your...

    The other question I'd look into is whether your sagging sections are just in the ply, or have whole joists sagged? This can happen at exterior walls when the roof load is big --it crushes the rim...
  29. Replies
    16
    Views
    2,149

    Asbestos is a hazard only if you pulverize it and...

    Asbestos is a hazard only if you pulverize it and breath it in for 8h/day for years. You're not going to be at any appreciable risk tearing up an old vinyl floor once with a mask on.
  30. Replies
    93
    Views
    33,274

    No way is a battery going to be able to run a...

    No way is a battery going to be able to run a decent heat gun for long. I burned up a HF corded one thinking that I didn't need to spend much for a glorified hair dryer. Then I bought a DeWalt one...
  31. Replies
    33,580
    Views
    4,518,441

    'Muhrica356498

    'Muhrica356498
  32. Replies
    3,063
    Views
    456,518

    It looks good from my house too, but in all...

    It looks good from my house too, but in all seriousness 3/8" is a shitload. You're going to want to get that straightened out before putting down your floor. 5/8" ply is often not stiff enough as...
  33. Replies
    3,367
    Views
    798,685

    That's def the dangerous scenario I worry about. ...

    That's def the dangerous scenario I worry about. I'm prob playing with fire at 20psi. I'll run more on rocky trails I don't know.

    Inserts have been discussed, and I personally don't see the...
  34. Replies
    9
    Views
    7,279

    If you're not going to spend $2500 on the highest...

    If you're not going to spend $2500 on the highest end Enve or Roval, just get Chinese wheels straight from the manufacturer instead of through a middleman like Hunt. It will save you $200-400.
    ...
  35. Replies
    15
    Views
    7,438

    I'm putting together a couple of underground off...

    I'm putting together a couple of underground off road races.

    It's going to be a really hard year for any event to plan with the uncertainty of vacs etc.
  36. Replies
    3,367
    Views
    798,685

    140#, but I learned to ride on full rigid so I'm...

    140#, but I learned to ride on full rigid so I'm prob a little easier on wheels than many. Smooth is faster than smashy.

    I started with these wheels at 25# and have been gradually reducing the...
  37. Replies
    3,063
    Views
    456,518

    Unlikely he'll already have a big enough wire in...

    Unlikely he'll already have a big enough wire in there for a steam unit. The ones I've put in need 30A, which is at least 10ga wire, depending on the length.

    He needs to hire an electrician. It...
  38. Replies
    3,367
    Views
    798,685

    Yep. Unfortunately there really aren't shortcuts....

    Yep. Unfortunately there really aren't shortcuts. The various "time crunched" plans are attractive, but the science really seems to say that there is no substitute for time in the saddle. To be...
  39. Replies
    3,367
    Views
    798,685

    I have the shallow BTLOS rims in question. They...

    I have the shallow BTLOS rims in question. They have been great, but I haven't had any really hard strikes. I'm running 20psi in 2.35 Rocket Rons and riding pretty aggressively on what I'd consider...
  40. Replies
    33,580
    Views
    4,518,441

    Living up to the stereotype.355636

    Living up to the stereotype.355636
  41. Replies
    3,063
    Views
    456,518

    This. Floating floors must be able to move. Lino...

    This. Floating floors must be able to move. Lino will be fine underneath as long as it's not loose.

    We sometimes use the dense cardboard floor protection rolls for shimming. It could also be good...
  42. Replies
    24
    Views
    5,971

    Your bottles should be about 80-90% filled. Some...

    Your bottles should be about 80-90% filled. Some air space seems to help. They MUST also be cold-not cold from the tap, COLD from the fridge.

    After you put the special cap on the bottle and...
  43. Replies
    3,063
    Views
    456,518

    Better caulk is the answer. The good stuff can...

    Better caulk is the answer. The good stuff can easily handle that amount of movement.
  44. https://tenor.com/view/wow-wow-wow-wow-pitch-meeti...

    https://tenor.com/view/wow-wow-wow-wow-pitch-meeting-ryan-george-gif-14517408
  45. Wow, seano, that's quite a story.

    Wow, seano, that's quite a story.
  46. Dude, your wife has bigger problems than a broken...

    Dude, your wife has bigger problems than a broken bash guard.[emoji32]
  47. Replies
    3,367
    Views
    798,685

    I have done VO2 tests twice. The first was in...

    I have done VO2 tests twice. The first was in college for some study, and the second was in my late 20s for a different college study. This one also included a lactic acid prick test, which was cool....
  48. Replies
    7,264
    Views
    1,918,446

    We have had a wood (edges up, which most people...

    We have had a wood (edges up, which most people mis-label as butcher block, which is end-grain up and rarely/never used for counters /rant) counter in our home kitchen for about 8 years now. We use...
  49. Insane deal here. How much for the Kapex, $300?

    Insane deal here. How much for the Kapex, $300?
  50. Replies
    3,063
    Views
    456,518

    5/8 will likely flex more than would be ideal,...

    5/8 will likely flex more than would be ideal, but adding 1/4 won't help much. You'd need to put down 1/2 to make it appreciably stiffer. It really depends on how much flex the joints in your new...
Results 1 to 50 of 300
Page 1 of 6 1 2 3 4