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3/4/2010 9:53 PM

Is it ok to spray off your bike after a ride or is spraying off your bike bad for the components

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3/4/2010 10:09 PM

It's better to not risk it...let it settle, and wipe it off when it's dry. That Colorado dirt won't hurt.

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Ass Ass Ass

3/5/2010 6:49 AM

what do you mean spray off? like dirt... i dont see how it would be bad for the components.

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Excuse me, is you saying something? UH, uh, YOU cant tell me nothing.

3/5/2010 7:38 AM

As long as your not power-washing it, it should be ok.. i guess just don't spray to hard on sealed components?

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3/5/2010 7:52 AM

I choose to just stay home and spray on the internet, foregoing actual bike riding altogether.

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3/5/2010 8:09 AM

FCTRY wrote:

I choose to just stay home and spray on the internet, foregoing actual bike riding altogether.

ZING!

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3/6/2010 2:19 PM

oooh spaying as in with water... haha. wow.. i thought you were talking about with compressed air... its all i use... and after all clumps gone i use a wet rag to wipe it down the rest of the way.

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Excuse me, is you saying something? UH, uh, YOU cant tell me nothing.

3/14/2010 4:25 PM

FCTRY wrote:

I choose to just stay home and spray on the internet, foregoing actual bike riding altogether.

sspomer wrote:

ZING!

must have seen my ex on voyeurweb.com

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