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    700c to 650c conversion Part 3

    Let's try it again...

    Now, the trickiest part. Take the short #3 metric screw and screw it into the hole. The screw should be just long enough that the end begins peaking out of the inside of the...
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    ========================= I posted part three...

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    I posted part three three times and each time I received a message that it needed to be approved by the webmaster or something. I think I saved it. I'll try again.
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    Now, the trickiest part. Take the short #3 metric...

    Now, the trickiest part. Take the short #3 metric screw and screw it into the hole. The screw should be just long enough that the end begins peaking out of the inside of the tire. Then, line up the...
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    700c to 650c conversion Part 2

    Cut off all but around two inches of the soon to be denuded bumps tire section. Trim the bumps off the inside tube (the section without the bead now) using the model saw or Xacto or whatever you...
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    OK - I'm a guy whose wife uses a 650c bike and...

    OK - I'm a guy whose wife uses a 650c bike and wanted some decent tires for doing a bit of cx and winter commuting. You all have found out that no one makes them. So...I converted some 700c to...
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