Greybeard wrote:Oh, my word. And all these similacra where obtained using a telephone? I think I need to step off this crazy, modern world
I know what you mean, Steve! But fear not, they make one for you too
steve browne wrote: I forgot to take my camera with me.
GrahamNR17 wrote:Roadster handlebars, the sort for rod brakes that have two loops on each side of the bar; anyone know how the loop bits are fixed on, and whether it's possible to remove them?
steve browne wrote:You could probably hold the nut inside the handlebar using endoscopic instruments, possibly something for fetching stones out of kidneys. There may be a combined renal surgery/cycle maintenance instrument set!
hubgearfreak wrote:as steve says. it's certainly possible to unscrew them. but how would you ever get it to screw back into the (loose) captive nut? i know i couldn't
GrahamNR17 wrote:he'd have come at me with a stonkin' great Whitworth ring spanner***
Greybeard wrote:GrahamNR17 wrote:he'd have come at me with a stonkin' great Whitworth ring spanner***
A 1/4 inch Whitworth hardly qualifies as 'stonkin', Graham You'll be telling us that is would need to have been a King Dick next