New member with an nc30 project

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Foxy400
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Re: New member with an nc30 project

Post by Foxy400 » Sat Nov 04, 2017 11:02 am

Shame that Photobucket :down: has done the dirty and fucked up months of photos. Bastards :x

cha0s242
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Re: New member with an nc30 project

Post by cha0s242 » Thu Nov 09, 2017 7:38 pm

Sean91 wrote:i took a punt on this sprocket carrier for 15 quid on ebay, because it looked like it had an (extremely dirty) renthal sprocket attached....
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surprising what a bit of muc off and wd40 can do isnt it :lol:
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That sprocket looks shagged. The tips are pointy and some even appear waved. I would'nt install that on my bike, you're going to destroy your chain.

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NGneer
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Re: New member with an nc30 project

Post by NGneer » Fri Nov 24, 2017 6:31 am

Foxy400 wrote:Shame that Photobucket :down: has done the dirty and fucked up months of photos. Bastards :x
Photobucket has royalty screwed us all over and we (as a collective) have lost some very inspiring and helpful threads. Having said that, don't let the bastards beat you! I have switched to https://postimages.org/ and that is working out great, so far.

Come on, get some fresh (non photobucket) pics up :grin:

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Re: New member with an nc30 project

Post by TURK122 » Fri Nov 24, 2017 7:31 am

I totally agree
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