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    Love boa shoes for snug fitment. Boa sells fairly...

    Love boa shoes for snug fitment. Boa sells fairly inexpensive replacement laces and dials. I haven't had many issues with my boa shoes, and usually wear out the shoes well before the laces...
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    Have a nashbar cyclocross frame (L - 56),...

    Have a nashbar cyclocross frame (L - 56), Aluminum with carbon fork. Can be set up for rim, or disc. Was my commuter for a few seasons...
    Fire me a PM if interested.
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    My install was $800 in April. I did have the...

    My install was $800 in April. I did have the outside box roughed in when I built the house, and the tub is located very close to it though. They still had to add a breaker.
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    I think the quality often has more to do with the...

    I think the quality often has more to do with the frame construction, Steel vs wood and longevity.
    We went with a Vita Spa (MAXX Spa in Canada) Grand. Happy with it overall - chemicals are pretty...
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    What size frame are you looking for? I have a few...

    What size frame are you looking for? I have a few (all 56) sitting around...
  6. Another data point: I just shipped a frameset to...

    Another data point: I just shipped a frameset to NYC and the cost was ~$125 with UPS and took 4 business days.
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    I do most of my city riding, and coffee runs out...

    I do most of my city riding, and coffee runs out to Cochrane from the NW on a fixed gear. Great for cadence, strength, and smoothing out the pedal stroke.
    Either that or grab an set of old school...
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    Shimano highlighter yellow waterproof shoe...

    Shimano highlighter yellow waterproof shoe covers, and old school bread bags over my socks. Keeps it toasty and dry........Never cotton socks unless you want cold feet.
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    Heal up! Sorry to hear, I've had so many close...

    Heal up! Sorry to hear, I've had so many close calls on that section of bike lane also......
  10. Grabbed 4 of these vehicle repositioning jacks a...

    Grabbed 4 of these vehicle repositioning jacks a few years ago instead of dollies - (on sale of course $90/set) and have used them on several vehicles. Beetle/Cayman/Camaro/Trailer.
    Nice as you...
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    Sticky: Yes, would be JIS unfortunately. I have some full...

    Yes, would be JIS unfortunately. I have some full cranksets I could lend while you're waiting if you're in a pinch...but don't want to break them up.
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    Sticky: JIS or ISO square taper? Have a few ISO sets...

    JIS or ISO square taper? Have a few ISO sets laying around.
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    I like keeping the bars uncluttered, and really...

    I like keeping the bars uncluttered, and really don't care about Strava segments. (just shows who likes to ride in the wind). I wear a garmin 935 on my wrist to collect data (linked to strava after...
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    Back pocket of the jersey. Look at the route...

    Back pocket of the jersey. Look at the route before hand. lol
    Quadlock looks to be one of the easiest / best options out there....
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    No problem. I was debating deck vs paving stones...

    No problem. I was debating deck vs paving stones on a levelled section as well.

    I was over at a friends house soon after having mine completed. He had weeds and such growing between the stones,...
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    My terminology may not be correct, essentially...

    My terminology may not be correct, essentially there is a wall that runs down the entire side...fully reinforced.
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    Built into a slope - so there is a false wall...

    Built into a slope - so there is a false wall that runs down the side to reinforce everything. Rebar 20 inches o/c, and 16 o/c under the hot tub (far side).

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    I do shovel the pad - yes. It isn't slippery, but...

    I do shovel the pad - yes. It isn't slippery, but then again I'm usually wearing proper winter boots not sneakers...

    Pic attached, I don't think broom finish, or exposed would have look good in my...
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    Did a large stamped concrete pad (32 x 14'), last...

    Did a large stamped concrete pad (32 x 14'), last year along with 80ft of walkway down the side of my house and 24 feet of stairs. Well worth it.
    All brackets, rebar, and steel beams under the pad....
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    Have been talking to dealers; they all said...

    Have been talking to dealers; they all said Spring, then summer, then September, now September-ish. Waiting to order til I see one in person, really no rush. Like has been said, I'm used to getting...
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    Same - this worked for us in both our MINI and...

    Same - this worked for us in both our MINI and 3-series at the time.
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    I sold mine ~8 yrs ago. Was the ugly yellow /...

    I sold mine ~8 yrs ago. Was the ugly yellow / lemon colour. At the time had 5 other vehicles and didn't have the time / money / space to put into it. Things change and really should have kept it...
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    Very cool car to build. Really regret selling...

    Very cool car to build. Really regret selling mine...:facepalm:
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    If anyone needs / wants a jogging stroller - my...

    If anyone needs / wants a jogging stroller - my second kid has finally grown out of ours recently. Fire me a PM.
    Its an older Instep (run around) Jogging stroller with hand brake. Paid like $100...
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    Nope - front teeth were significantly pushed...

    Nope - front teeth were significantly pushed outwards from it. She first had to have a 'habit breaker' which is a metal bridge between the teeth to stop thumb sucking and then braces later on.
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    This was an $8500 miss for me. Paying for the...

    This was an $8500 miss for me. Paying for the braces now. :rofl:
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    But have you had it freeze in winter yet? I...

    But have you had it freeze in winter yet? I ditched the revolver for that reason...
    Similar issue - was complete crap in winter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_Szgx4LOrY
  28. Poll: Think you answered your own question here. If you...

    Think you answered your own question here. If you value the yard space go with the oversize double and allow yourself a side yard.
    Garage will only ever be a garage, but the side yard sounds like...
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    I've never had any paint damage on 3 trucks with...

    I've never had any paint damage on 3 trucks with a tri-fold. I have a backrack on the current truck though.
    I've had the brace rods break off though. At -30C the plastic bracket holding the rod...
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    My experience - the hard roll up ones, like the...

    My experience - the hard roll up ones, like the BakFlip Revolver do not work so well in winter. Mine froze, and would not roll.
    I went back to a tri-fold, which I've had on 3 trucks now. Mine is a...
  31. My father used to race small class (Laser) boats....

    My father used to race small class (Laser) boats. Great sport, and as a kid we were out almost every weekend.
    Still have a old Laser sitting at my dad's property if anyone really wants to get into...
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    Poll: Interesting research, and confirms my point of...

    Interesting research, and confirms my point of view when hiring. I would rather hire an interesting person that is bright and shows enthusiasm for the job, vs pure academics.
    Something intangible;...
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    Poll: In her school (catholic) in grade 8 - absolutely....

    In her school (catholic) in grade 8 - absolutely. Teachers have no issues handing out zeros.
    However, many parents choose to complain if their kid gets a low grade. I think that's the main issue. ...
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    Poll: My experience: Was in the catholic system until...

    My experience: Was in the catholic system until grade 9, then attended a private school. The entitlement of the kids in the private school I attended always annoyed me. Unrealistic expectations and...
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    Brilliant. You should be in marketing for Ford....

    Brilliant. You should be in marketing for Ford. :thumbsup:
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    Would agree with this if you're talking downtown...

    Would agree with this if you're talking downtown Vancouver - sure. Was a nightmare to park my lifted F150 there, and couldn't fit in any parkades.
    Downtown Calgary - not an issue. Fits in most...
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    Was my first truck. lol If you're heading to a...

    Was my first truck. lol If you're heading to a race with 4 people and each has a bike and a spare....
    Also if we're heading on vacation to BC (family of 4) we usually each have a road bike and...
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    If you're comparing MSRP sure. My Lariat was just...

    If you're comparing MSRP sure. My Lariat was just shy of $70k list - and paid ~$51k all in.

    My ridgeline was a first gen. Yes, it has improved slightly...but I couldn't justify $50+k for a new...
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    I have a bike with me almost daily. The bed on...

    I have a bike with me almost daily. The bed on the Ridgeline was a few inches too short and not deep enough to lock a bike under the tonneau without removing a wheel etc. Not a big deal overall, but...
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    My wife (5'0") prefers driving the F150 over the...

    My wife (5'0") prefers driving the F150 over the ridgeline - some of that could be the added parking tech however.

    Only thing she worries about is hitting the tow mirrors ever since I told her a...
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