Real Life Adventures by Gary Wise and Lance Aldrich for September 27, 2022

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    allen@home  12 months ago

    Yea my dad worked on it. And it will never be ridden again. Unless he takes it to a bike repair shop. I’m not holding my breath.

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    Zykoic  12 months ago

    When I was a young dad I got tired of repairing my oldest son’s bike so one day, long ago, I handed him the wrenches and parts. He now celebrates 35 years as a mechanical engineer for NASA.

    Who knew?

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    Qiset  12 months ago

    Sometimes I wish I wasn’t blessed with the ability to fix things since my wife is blessed with the ability to break them even faster.

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    Chris  12 months ago

    must he say more than that. it probable exploded or something.

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    HOTLOTUS1  12 months ago

    jack of all trades. master of a few

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    BearsDown Premium Member 12 months ago

    The word “repair” was not mentioned.

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    backyardcowboy  12 months ago

    His Dad’s still at the ED. (A&E for you British Folk).

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  12 months ago

    Dad owns a Jeep, just expect excessive problems.

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    Charles Ransdell Premium Member 12 months ago

    As Red Green so sagely opined, “If it ain’t broke, you ain’t tryin’.”

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    Buckeye67  12 months ago

    From years of experience I know that fixing bike gears is best left to a bike shop.

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    andygee  12 months ago

    just turn the bike upside down and rotate the pedals backwards, always works for a dumped chain

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