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Delphia 5 month s ago
Love these! Keep 'em coming, Izi!!!
       
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Irwin 5 month s ago
#5 From the days before pantyhose.
       
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Joy 5 month s ago
Irwin,

For you younger guys. Dating was much more fun before pantyhose.
       
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Samantha 5 month s ago
#13 I find it extremely frustrating when the explanation is as obtuse as the object. I've been riding for 30 years, and have never seen one of these, nor have I ever heard of a 'pad spacer'. ...Still, I do enjoy these posts.
       
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Courtney 5 month s ago
Samantha,

It is used to keep the pistons from the disk brake caliper separated when the wheel is removed in case the brake lever is pushed accidentally.
       
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Mackenzie 5 month s ago
#14 Explained what it is without explaining what it is and what it could be used for.
       
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Arlene 5 month s ago
Mackenzie,

It's from Adafruit, the company famous for their DD8008S and attempted takeover of Apple... so everything else is obvious.
       
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"Variable stop sign in Illinois"

A: "These are blinders, typically used so the sign can old be read from a narrow angle. They’re also called directional shields. You’ll see them on traffic lights a lot more often."

 

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