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post your ride I : the phantom motor vehicle

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- Sun, 13 Apr 2014 03:51:04 EST 1NyBhKVk No.30192
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A long long time ago, in a factory far away, your vehicle was made.

Post em.

sissy bikes need not apply
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John Battinghall - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 17:19:45 EST 4dDScF8z No.36344 Reply
those cars do seem solid and seemingly hold up well, my coworker had one but I prefer hondas tho 4 cyl low emissions is the way to be
Rebecca Blackstone - Sat, 25 Jul 2020 01:26:17 EST 3tBgDXEQ No.36347 Reply

Honda's 4 cylinders are no joke. My car just has the V6 and it is a spirited engine but, the fuel economy is trash. And the timing chain is known to have issues if you don't religiously change the oil every 3k miles (which I do)

One tiny little slip of the chain and its KA-BLAM

Hedda Pecklemud - Thu, 13 Aug 2020 13:27:54 EST 6IGpJ+Wv No.36352 Reply
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>buy a brand new chevy Tahoe
>over half mil kms
>Still works like a charm

How did they do it and how come the cars are so shit now?

How come people think im into twinks cuz I drive it?

Michelin Star

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- Fri, 17 Jun 2016 09:55:35 EST DPHRxIwq No.33881
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How far will you travel for good food?
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Cedric Dottingstone - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 04:56:07 EST 3LDhr4WZ No.36351 Reply
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Ichiran Ramen in Japan

Biking 101

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- Fri, 28 Apr 2017 19:46:44 EST c12rQIID No.35089
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Sup /vroom/

Where can I learn about the bike gears? (1-3) & (1-6)

What is there to know about general bike upkeep? Like checking tire pressure and making sure everything is lubricated

Are there any resources about "pimping out" and modding bikes with accessories and that sorta stuff?
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Charlotte Mummleshaw - Wed, 17 Jun 2020 05:33:44 EST 3LDhr4WZ No.36318 Reply
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Copenhagen likes bicycles
Beatrice Hishwill - Thu, 18 Jun 2020 18:20:40 EST Cq7c0D8m No.36319 Reply
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there are four gears on a bike

uphill tryhard
downhill tryhard
uphill cruise
downhill cruise

the whole 12 speed thing is something that you eyeball your legs to reach your personal taste for these 4 gear designations. the cruise and tryhard distinctions work on the front and the uphill and downhill distinctions work on the back.

fuck these mouthwash spaceship bikes of someone who owns their own dental practice by the way. i don't want to share marketshare with those people. buy used 12kg vintage and don't die on it. jam the seat down and cruise going off the accentuated top brakes is my operating principle.

you guys remember mister garrison's new revolutionary form of transport from that one episode of southpark? you do not need to be uncomfortable for this gay shit.

and fuckin don't forget to carry a chain whip with you because a lot of middle aged gay men can't figure that one out

/pybt/ - post your bike thread

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- Tue, 26 May 2020 11:43:01 EST uhdyzMM2 No.36311
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Secret 420chan Editio/n/
>Smoke Weed Everyday

van life canada

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- Tue, 22 Oct 2019 03:54:12 EST ZreqavN5 No.36180
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hi guys,
need some advice, im planning on moving to canada
i have lived in a couple of countries before and i feel the biggest mistake i made was not investing in a van/mobile home right away because when hostels and stuff fell through.

i have looked at second hand stealth campers. my budget is about 3-5k i have no idea what too look out for or what could be a problem getting parts for and have made the mistake before

i dont even know how european license works in canada

any help appreciated thanks
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Betsy Gemblefire - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 20:40:20 EST 6KPtPrFf No.36193 Reply
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canada 101:
stay warm
be nice
look at nature
Fanny Hoblingsare - Fri, 24 Jan 2020 23:44:02 EST ISEQ/pzP No.36243 Reply
You'll be on an international driver's license until you can get it ported over to a provincial license.

People are pussies about the cold.

Most habitable vehicles by an american manufacturer are easy to get parts for. The asian carmakers don't sell lots of suitable vehicles here, so just ignore that for the most part.

you have friends here or something? the government doesn't like people with no fixed address, you're expected to have at least a paper address as a new immigrant. if you get citizenship (easily bought) you can basically do as you wish.
Cedric Shittinghall - Mon, 20 Jul 2020 11:46:15 EST q8OinXmN No.36339 Reply
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Got a van, but not OP. Runs good, extended bed, V8
Gutted and recycled the trash it came with. Insulation and water system going up next.

Advice for roadtrip through cali

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- Wed, 01 Jul 2020 00:23:50 EST K0B6pAPz No.36326
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My boyfriend and I are driving from Phoenix az to Seattle late August, through California. We've never been on a road trip together before, first time I've been on since an adult really, so looking for any advice. Stuff we should do, where we should camp, things to have on us, general advice, stuff like that! Trying to not spend a lot of money so camping would be preferable, but if there is something worth a couple bucks more please feel free to mention it! Any advice is appreciated!
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Augustus Tillingville - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 00:03:40 EST Q1MBeuBt No.36332 Reply
Thanks good advice. I'm up for most things, I'm mostly interested in anything everyone should do going through California, trying to kind of get it done so that I can travel the rest of america and not have to worry about coming back west.
Eugene Cherringkudge - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 00:26:34 EST 5h/nw+IM No.36333 Reply
i've never benn, but I think visiting Yosemite National Park would be amazing. Some of the most awe inspiuring rock walls in the world (1000's of feet of straight vertical walls) and nice areas for camping I'd imagine.
William Pummerwell - Sat, 18 Jul 2020 10:06:15 EST 3xnDYtSN No.36338 Reply
I did almost that exact trip back in 2014 summer. Went up from New Mexico through Colorado, Utah, and Idaho to Seattle. Then down HWY 1 to LA and back across AZ home.

Took me a month and I spent about $1000. Cost was mostly gas and food, of course I wanted to eat all the local stuff I could try.

I mostly slept in my car in Walmart and casino parking lots. It’ll be tougher this year since Walmart is closed at 8:30 pm with COVID. I liked being able to sleep somewhere with security cameras and bathrooms, which a lot of parking lots don’t have.

I don’t remember there being many affordable campgrounds in CA. It was expensive as fuck all along the coast so I drove through those parts rather quick. Oregon was awesome. I actually stayed there much longer than planned. Check out the tide pools all along the coast.

You mention not trying to spend much money. It can be done no problem, but be realistic about your comfort levels near big cities. That whole trip goes through expensive areas, if you want to camp at real sites it will still cost a bit. I’d say maybe look at a few couch surfing options but I think some company bought that site and fucked it all up now.

It’ll be an amazing trip, take it slow and enjoy the coast.

Travelling while corona virus is active?

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- Mon, 02 Mar 2020 11:55:17 EST CW2WSS/A No.36255
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What are your thoughts on traveling while corona virus is infecting the whole world? I really need a vacation, but it's probably better to stay put while this shit passes?

Not paranoid, just looking for some rational opinions.

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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 08 May 2020 14:34:22 EST AbBEJ58i No.36300 Reply
As long as you maintain social distancing, wash your hands regularly, and wear a mask and gloves when you're going out and about, you should be okay to travel but depending on where you decide to go, you should check to see each country's COVID-19 policies.
Lillian Snodford - Wed, 15 Jul 2020 10:09:58 EST 3LDhr4WZ No.36337 Reply
Getting stuck in multiple two-week quarantines adds up...

Amusement Park thread

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!lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 22:17:44 EST Rbnr0uO4 No.34203
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Didn't see any threads on amusement parks on here and I figured /vroom/ would be the best board to post about it.

What theme and water parks have you guys visited? Any stories from those trips you've taken to them?

pic related, I miss going to Wild Rivers as a kid.
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Clara Chattinghane - Fri, 08 May 2020 17:43:44 EST C/DtlxND No.36302 Reply
>Not getting lost in the French catacombs instead. Nigga u gey Watch the Wire too, assbandit.

I want to go to Carowinds at some point. Also the place in NJ that has the worlds tallest coaster. Tallest one I've been on was about 200 feet. The one in NJ is like 400 lol.
Lillian Snodford - Wed, 15 Jul 2020 09:52:59 EST 3LDhr4WZ No.36335 Reply
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Don't tell me where to go in Paris. I'll watch the Bastille Day parade if I want to.

You know...

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- Mon, 24 Oct 2016 15:12:29 EST EogqZ1Lf No.34403
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It's not the size of your boat, but the motion of the ocean ;)
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Thu, 02 Jul 2020 19:43:45 EST zzsW3ASC No.36331 Reply
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I need an 8' jon boat or dinghy because nothing bigger will fit in my van and kayaks suck. Something like this (without the motor) would be ideal.

Keeping old cars safe in the city

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- Sun, 24 May 2020 06:44:22 EST krsWOeXT No.36306
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Hey guys! Pretty much what it says on the tin - I'm looking for some advice on keeping my old car as secure as I can.

I'm going to be moving back to the city soon, and I'd like to continue living in a hostel on the edge of the CBD. They've got free parking, and I've got a little Suzuki Carry from the late 80s that I'd love to have around.

The problem is that this van, with no real anti-security other than mechanical locks on the doors, is going to be in a parking lot that's open to the street, and kind of visible from there too. Being a cool little weirdo car like it is, I'm worried it'd be a target for break-ins. There have already been attempted break-ins in the car park before.

Does anybody have any methods for keeping their cars safe in situations like this?

It's a half-covered floor-level car park like you'd find in an apartment building, and there's no CCTV, if that helps at all.
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Ernest Dellychut - Sun, 31 May 2020 02:32:35 EST TVD1RF8X No.36312 Reply
it's an old car you can probably just unplug the distributor cap or rig a disconnect on the ignition wires witha switch by your feet. easy shit for cheap.
Jarvis Soddlelock - Thu, 04 Jun 2020 19:19:14 EST g09kDnp1 No.36315 Reply
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Put this sign in the window of your car. You're welcome.
Henry Dartman - Sun, 28 Jun 2020 08:25:46 EST eIxX81O/ No.36325 Reply
You could get a clutch pedal lock rig made for you but I really doubt anyone will feel like stealing a Carry van (nothing wrong with them, I fucking love micro vans. They're just not the first thing that comes to mind when I think of "stealables").

My custom ebike

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- Thu, 28 Dec 2017 11:54:41 EST 1eprQ3NZ No.35565
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Started with a diamondback hybrid frame($75) and added a bafang 750w mid-drive motor with 52v 6ah lithium ion battery. I have my headlight integrated, but not taillight yet. I will give a final build report when I have all of the running lights working and probably upload a video as well.

I use this to commute to work 5 days a week, 13 miles each way. I currently average about 21-22 mph following red lights and stop signs with cars present (why stop at 3am?).
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Nigel Wabblestone - Sat, 11 Jan 2020 21:34:20 EST U0m0yt1n No.36228 Reply
In a perfect world, e-bicycles would replace cars in urban areas.

4/20 in Boulder

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- Sun, 12 Apr 2015 03:04:06 EST VJPhxW7T No.32074
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Hey 420chan,
I am planning on traveling to Boulder and Colorado generally around the time of 4/20 in a little over a week. I have never been to Colorado and am hoping to make the most of my experience. Any places, shops, events that I should check out while I'm there? Very excited to see the promised land of legality...
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Augt to do it - Sun, 28 Aug 2016 02:08:57 EST DPHRxIwq No.34216 Reply
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Boulder, Colorado?
Buy a Nissan Leaf.


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- Mon, 18 Jun 2018 12:30:54 EST P7W9+VrQ No.35795
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have yet to see a thread about them, which is surprising on such a forum. one would think a bunch of drunks, stoners, and junkies would love public transit. post all your train pictures, stories, etc in this thread
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Nicholas Driblingfield - Sun, 24 Mar 2019 02:07:49 EST FVvEeN+k No.35983 Reply
That's not really true, when you take into account infrastructure costs. Though, there's massive regional variation due to topography and weather variation.
Lydia Pickshit - Tue, 23 Jun 2020 05:06:49 EST rEFqH68v No.36322 Reply
Only been on them a few times. It's great for missing out traffic jams and (usually) being quicker than by car. Best train journey was a 200 mile one where I was covertly fingering my girlfriend with people around.

Two wheel good

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- Sat, 09 Apr 2016 20:28:00 EST DPHRxIwq No.33612
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What bicycle(s) do you have?
How often do you ride?
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Wesley Crudgegold - Wed, 15 Jan 2020 12:14:09 EST 0rLyXyre No.36233 Reply
i got a bike with big skinny wheels from the 80s so that the cables are all external and not a nightmare to replace

i like those, ride it every day. i paid 85 and 15 for a nice bar tape. it's kind of the cheapest schwinn they made back in '86 but it pulls a good 20mph cruising speed.
Jarvis Bangerchitch - Sat, 20 Jun 2020 19:53:25 EST RKBzhaGh No.36321 Reply
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>what bike
A budget city bike I got last year, it's pretty neat looking though and handles fine.
Apparently it's pretty heavy though? Noticed online when bike weight was discussed seemed to be common around about 10kg, while mine is 20kg.
>how often do you ride
Before I got this current bike I didn't really ride at all since just riding around the neighbourhood a bunch as a kid, so I don't really have any biking sense ingrained, so I've been putting off riding it as much as I would want to because I'm too anxious about how confusing it is where to ride and such. Places where there's a designated bike path is fine, but some roads just seem like bikes don't belong there at all, no reasonable option whatsoever. Been taking advantage of my current weird sleep pattern though and taking rides at night when there isn't much traffic, trying to find some sense in it all.
What I'd really want/need would be a bike buddy who has the knowhow and common sense about things that I could tag with as a bike mentor type of deal, show me the ropes, but none of my few friends rides bikes.

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