Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby Scotty on Thu 23/Jul/15 9:43am

I am sadface because cheap suspension seatposts sound like a very bad idea. :(
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby Wobbler on Thu 23/Jul/15 10:27am

i figure the chance of a reverb recking my nus through failure is the same if I buy it locally for heaps more

just the post nus wrecking rigmarole which may change, but in my experience wiggle (and crc) are good to deal with

also i think wiggle might do some servicing in new zealand, but I cant remember where I heard that
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby beater32 on Thu 23/Jul/15 10:39am

What colour towels ?
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby NickCW on Thu 23/Jul/15 10:39am

I bought an iron from briscoes yesterday but would like a reverb

Wobs what thread count are you gonna roll with
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby Wobbler on Thu 23/Jul/15 10:55am

I'm probably going to go with wasabi colour towels, no thread count listed for them or density which is slightly suspicious, although the ones with listed densities tend to have bad reviews.

Are indian or pakistan made towels the hotness?

edit

http://www.briscoes.co.nz/bed-and-bath/ ... Towel.html

vs

http://www.briscoes.co.nz/Product/10340 ... ath-Towels

???
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby AgrAde on Thu 23/Jul/15 11:05am

Wobbler wrote:reverb recking my nus through failure


Thankfully that's not one of their failure modes. It is on the command post though :D
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby Velocipedestrian on Thu 23/Jul/15 11:34am

AgrAde wrote:
Wobbler wrote:reverb recking my nus through failure


Thankfully that's not one of their failure modes. It is on the command post though :D


That's not a failure on the Command Post - that's a successful return to full height.
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby NickCW on Thu 23/Jul/15 11:50am

Wobbler wrote:I'm probably going to go with wasabi colour towels, no thread count listed for them or density which is slightly suspicious, although the ones with listed densities tend to have bad reviews.

Are indian or pakistan made towels the hotness?

edit

http://www.briscoes.co.nz/bed-and-bath/ ... Towel.html

vs

http://www.briscoes.co.nz/Product/10340 ... ath-Towels

???


While Jacqueline rates the Indian ones there is also this review from SW which I find troubling
'While these towels look and feel nice they keep producing fluff even after half a dozen washes - real mess in the bathroom and over clothes. Would not buy again.'

But the Pakistan ones have no wasabi, the closest would be seafoam

Tough call
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby Farm on Thu 23/Jul/15 12:57pm

If Jacqueline is getting towel fluff on her clothes she's either drying her self whilst clothed or washing towels and clothes in the same load.
I think Wobbler can disregard Jacqueline's opinion.
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby Wobbler on Thu 23/Jul/15 1:22pm

Yeah I think its clear SW does not know how to towel
seafoam is a pretty good colour option.
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby Percy Pig on Thu 23/Jul/15 1:56pm

Wobbler wrote:Yeah I think its clear SW does not know how to towel
seafoam is a pretty good colour option.

Seafoam is also good for cleaning out the intake track and combustion chambers in your car! :thumbsup:
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby Wobbler on Thu 23/Jul/15 2:18pm

Percy Pig wrote:
Wobbler wrote:Yeah I think its clear SW does not know how to towel
seafoam is a pretty good colour option.

Seafoam is also good for cleaning out the intake track and combustion chambers in your car! :thumbsup:


I dont reckon sticking a towel in your intake would be a great move regardless of colour/threadcount/density/country of origin.
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post?

Postby Conners on Thu 23/Jul/15 5:37pm

Scotty wrote:I am sadface because cheap suspension seatposts sound like a very bad idea. :(

I may be be naive here having never used a dropper post - by it think if you're expecting some kind of suspension from one then you're doing it wrong?
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post? (now With Manchester!)

Postby Scotty on Thu 23/Jul/15 6:02pm

Dropper post!

Seafoam!

FUCK OFF AND LEAVE ME ALONE ARIGHT!?!?!
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Re: Anyone Running A Nukeproof Oklo Post? (now With Manchester!)

Postby wachtourak on Thu 23/Jul/15 7:40pm

Scotty just get the Thomson one. Mine has been flawless.
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