Via: Doobybrain
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EIGHTINCH shows us how to fix up old bikes using a fairly basic conversion kit. You'll need:

  • Amelia wheels with tires & tubes
  • 16t cog
  • lockring
  • Courier cranks
  • A bottom bracket
  • A KMC chain

More videos for both seasoned and amateur bike enthusiasts here!

after 12 boxed wine g rated lego wine wine bag - 6414547200
By J. Michael Hansen
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"Guests were already arriving and I had no hook in the ceiling from where to hang a bag/net to hold the bag from the bag-in-a-box. Over the edge of the table you say? Sure, if I could afford dry-cleaning everyone's pants and dresses (those spouts are as leaky as an old dog). Luckily there's always LEGO!"

This wine stand serves a two-fold purpose in my opinion. First and most obvious, it's super useful. Second, the Legos are nostalgia-inducing so it'll put all the guests in a good state of mind for when they inevitably get plastered. WIN-WIN if you ask me!

holding it up ladder Professional At Work - 5106292736
By Unknown
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With ever-increasing gym prices, some people are finding ways to build their muscles on the job.

~NSHA

coat rack gorilla tape duct tape - 7003835648
By John E.
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From the submitter:

"My beloved wooden coat rack has stalwartly held my coats and hats aloft for ten years, but of late, its wooden legs have been failing. I tried gluing the cracked leg brackets back together (the whole thing is intended to be easily taken apart for easy storage so the legs used to slide out of their bases), but after a few months, the glue also failed. In desperation, I turned to the handyman's secret weapon, duct tape, and did this! Here's hoping it survives a while longer. I looked for a new coat rack, but none of the stores in my area sell them."