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About JT!

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    Trials Monkey
  • Birthday 09/26/86

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    Duluth, Minnesota, USA. (Hometown Whitby, UK)

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    North Yorkshire
  • Real Name
    Jonathan Trillo
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    Double disc Czar.
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    United States

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  1. All this because someone decided to let the country vote on something they had no business voting on.
  2. Ah f**k. Didn't know Split was even a thing.
  3. I'm about 80% into Glass and I have no idea what's going on and most of it was pretty boring. Only good thing is James McAvoy's acting.
  4. I generally only use facebook these days when I receive an actual notification. I've also kept on top of my news feed so all the shit I don't want to see isn't there and now it's pretty much family and friends pictures and trump memes.
  5. I went and got a beer out the fridge just so I could fit in with the rest. Merry Christmas all!
  6. Nah, I know it's the wheel because you can literally see the wheel wobble back and forth when you pedal backwards. The forks are burly too. Might just try and back off the breaks a little more but the lever is going to be hitting the grips soon.
  7. Bought a Razor DXT drift trike a few weeks back. Great fun and a good toy for $100. However the wheel swayed quite badly. Contacted customer service and they send me a new one. It's exactly the same. The wheel is true it just depends on what position the cranks are in. Under heavy pedalling the brake will rub. Bearly ever use the brake so I'm trying to come up with a way to make sure the pads are far out as possible to stop this from happening. I don't need the stopping power so trying to think of a way to trade off power for distance. Any ideas?
  8. I guess I've got a lot of movies to watch then.
  9. So I've certainly bit off more than I can chew with the chainring. 50t with 12-25t on the back is too high geared. I mean it's great for mild hills and on the level, but any kind of actual real incline and I'm toast. I'm deciding between 38, 40 or 42t. Probably gonna go with a 40t. But can't seem to find anything that isn't crazy high priced, in 130mm BCD, that isn't in China. Any ideas?
  10. I'll never make a list like that and leave out The Shawshank Redemption.
  11. Haha, look at the "frequently bought together".
  12. Pretty new, maybe only been out in it a dozen times. It's a Shimano Sora mech. I'll keep an eye out and see what ebay has to offer.
  13. Also, what would you guys suggest for a 8spd shifter?
  14. Hum, didn't even know that was a thing. But, I did take it out for a test ride and once I got the bike out of the house and onto the road it didn't really seem to sound that bad. First time I've used a bike stand to mess with the gears indoors so maybe it was expecting it to be silent. Also a few miles on it seems to have helped too, seemed much quieter after it got bedded in... if that's a thing?
  15. I mean, it's in the middle. My issue now is trying to set up my rear derailleur. It's obviously not moving far enough to the right, in the bottom gear it jumps between the bottom two rings. But when I mess with the set screws I see absolutely no movement. Edit: Scrap that, been so long since I worked on a bike with gears forgot which way around they were. Gears shift and line up fine. It all just sounds like a cement mixer when I pedal.