2009 Carrera Fury

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Postby getonyourbike » Sun May 29, 2011 17:05 pm

chrisjnr19 wrote:Wow, for pity's sake 'getonyourbike' grow up!
Your constant critical attitude to people who you consider to be superior to, is becoming increasingly irritating. I mean,
lack of spelling knowledge
ridiculous.
THEN you try and use words about which you have little knowledge of their grammatical application. incorrectly (the example being the misuse of the word "miscellaneous")
I would recommend a serious lesson in 'growing up'. AND stop using the excuse of you age to justify your ridicule of other forum members whom you percieve to be' older' than yourself.
There are many more individuals on here who are of similair if not equal age to you, who behave in a much more mature manner than yourself. :(

I apologise 'kaytronika' for this little intrusion. :)
quite simply, he pisses me off. I've been a tosser, I accept that.

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Postby thegiantbiker » Sun May 29, 2011 18:29 pm

[/quote]quite simply, he pisses me off. I've been a tosser, I accept that.[/quote]

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Postby shukur » Tue May 31, 2011 16:27 pm

They banned my blog post on bikeradar for my new bike, for that, I'm considering a case against bike radar, I have a solicitor advising me on what could be a possible outcome

can't wait :mrgreen:

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Postby thegiantbiker » Tue May 31, 2011 16:34 pm

The outcome would be that you're stupid.
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Postby getonyourbike » Tue May 31, 2011 17:54 pm

yeh, you're really going to get somewhere with that court case. :roll:

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Postby Si1988 » Tue May 31, 2011 18:18 pm

Are you sure they didnt just move "your blog" to the crudcatcher where it belongs? Maybe take the hint mate, youre a fungal growth feeding off the goodwill of everyone else on this forum, go back to the rock you crawled out from underneath.

And kaytronika, you were saying about removing your cassette to take the plastic off... I just went at mine with a pair of wire cutters and pulled it off no problems, or are you interested in keeping it just in case? Bike is looking lovely too, is your ars* thanking you for the new perch? I ride the same seat and find it incredible with a good padded liner.

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Postby shukur » Tue May 31, 2011 18:20 pm

Si1988 wrote:Are you sure they didnt just move "your blog" to the crudcatcher where it belongs? Maybe take the hint mate, youre a fungal growth feeding off the goodwill of everyone else on this forum, go back to the rock you crawled out from underneath.

And kaytronika, you were saying about removing your cassette to take the plastic off... I just went at mine with a pair of wire cutters and pulled it off no problems, or are you interested in keeping it just in case? Bike is looking lovely too, is your ars* thanking you for the new perch? I ride the same seat and find it incredible with a good padded liner.


this is where they moved it , http://smouch.net/lol/

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Postby getonyourbike » Tue May 31, 2011 18:26 pm

to get the spoke guard off you just take the cassette of and it comes straight off. I left mine on incase I bend the rear mech again and it takes chunks out before I can stop.

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Postby kaytronika » Tue May 31, 2011 18:33 pm

I take the cassette off now and then for a spruce up.

Shukur, take your comments to Crud Catcher, stop bumping threads here for no good reason
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Postby getonyourbike » Tue May 31, 2011 18:36 pm

kaytronika wrote:Shukur, take your comments to Crud Catcher
I can't wait for that :D

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Postby lawman » Tue May 31, 2011 18:46 pm

getonyourbike wrote:
kaytronika wrote:Shukur, take your comments to Crud Catcher
I can't wait for that :D


+ fury shaped potato

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Postby kaytronika » Thu Aug 11, 2011 07:26 am

Little bit of an update, no new pics for which I apologise.

I used the Carrera (repleat with a set of Schwalbe City Jet slicks) to complete my first Manchester to Blackpool Bike Ride in July. Did it for charity and raised £300, was severly hampered by a chesty cough though. (Lot of pressure to ride unfit when you've commited to raising cash)

Putting the wheel on at the start of the ride I got in a pickle and the rear pad fell out, in my rush to get both pads back in I didn't seat them properly and managed to crack the pistons on the rear caliper. :oops:

Long story short, I ordered a new pair of pistons in and now I know how to repair disc brakes. I also know how to seat the pads properly for future reference :lol: Good learning experience.

Fingers cross, after the BB issues and the rear brake issues I can get back to enjoying the bike.
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Postby getonyourbike » Thu Aug 11, 2011 08:33 am

Well done on the charit ride, mate. Shame about the pad incident

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Re: 2009 Carrera Fury

Postby appy » Sat Dec 24, 2011 00:20 am

nice thread, nice bike, one retard and one person strangely sticking up for aforementioned retard....i love the internet lol

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Re: 2009 Carrera Fury

Postby Squarepants » Sat Dec 24, 2011 11:40 am

I want shukur back :cry: (Not on my thread though..)

Yikes cracked the pistons :shock: that's some misplaced pads.. !

Well done for raising the money though, good effort :D
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Re: 2009 Carrera Fury

Postby specialeyes » Sat Dec 24, 2011 11:54 am

Well done on the ride! What time did you do it in?

Should've given Shukur his own sub forum! :D

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Re: 2009 Carrera Fury

Postby Cody » Sun Feb 24, 2013 15:58 pm

Hi everyone, I don't know why no one has posted since december 2011 but it's now 2013 and its about time you posted some new pics and posts on the carrera fury.

i was selling my carrera fury for £475 or nearest offer until i decided to keep it.

ive also forgotten how you put pictures on here as well, so come on and lets get this thread kicking again with more posts!
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Re: 2009 Carrera Fury

Postby paulneenan76 » Sun Feb 24, 2013 23:18 pm

There's a Carrera thread (it's in my signature). Put it there instead of resurrection this old thread. More people will see it.

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