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Dark Ranger

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  • Birthday 27/09/1982

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  1. Buehgler is right. Every device/host needs a different IP address. For example, if your router/gateway is, then you could assign for your wireless AP. Static IPs are a good idea for things like routers, APs, and proxy servers. I also suggest that you check your wireless access point for a built-in DHCP setting. Turn it off. Your router should be the only device issuing addresses.
  2. More conspiracies? Can't wait. Uploading complete. *fetches tin foil hat*
  3. Stalker, Remember the fundamental purpose of suspension - improving handling by allowing the tire to remain in contact with the ground, even over rough terrain, and reducing vibrations to the rider, enabling a more pleasant riding experience. If your shocks are too soft, you risk bottoming out in deep potholes, tree stumps, and other similar objects. Your "V" brakes should not squeak. That denotes improper assembly or adjustment. If you are unsure how to adjust them yourself, refer to the owner's manual for instructions. You can adjust the angle of the brake shoe "attack" a
  4. The regular Gila T5 fork is preload adjustable. At this price range, the fork you're getting will be coil spring type. I noticed little difference between the Plus T5, and regular T5, on the pavement. There again, the bike shop may not have tweaked 'em perfectly. The regular T5s are supple, but with 100mm travel, I haven't bottomed out yet. I rode a great technical trail this past weekend, with some very steep drops, turning into steep ascents. Throw in some tight turns at speed, big root outcroppings on downhills, and other torturous stuff. My fork never bottomed out. For roa
  5. Gustav Holst - The Planets, etc. "Brook Green Suite, for strings, H. 190- No. 2, Air"
  6. Riding a 2005 Specialized Hardrock I prefer technical singletracks. It's all about precision, agility, and concentration. Sure, I do some occational asphalt, when I wanna pack on 50 miles for a steady aerobic workout or two. I just prefer to ride with the lions and tigers and bears, oh my! *cough*
  7. Gee, I'm a bit late. Guess that's what happens when ya don't check the forums daily. *sigh* Stalker, As Havok mentioned, I own the HardRock displayed in your post. Initially, I was set on a dual-suspension bike. However, after much research, I decided on a hardtail. Best decision I made. Price/Quality was the determining factor. I didn't have $1,800 USD to purchase my dream bike, with front and rear suspension. Additionally, trusting life and limb on bike that perhaps traded frame manufacturing quality and other crucial componets for the dual suspension asp
  8. "Opps, I did it again." GG'z all ye who dared enter...
  9. Astral Projection - Another World "Tryptomine Dream"
  10. Thought about saving an old rig from certain death... K6-2 300MHz Socket 7 64MB of EDO S3 X2/3D 8MB VGA adapter No-name mobo 3GB Maxtor IDE 90 Watt PSU 4X flavor-of-the-week CD-ROM Crappy 15" monitor ...unfortunately, the dumpster had the last word. ####### interns. These days, I see a rigs thrown out the window, and think one of two things: 1) Add it to my home network in cluster config 2) Install GR, and see how badly it runs My first Ghost Recon experience was courtesy of an old Gateway - 750MHz AMD, 128MB PC100, 32MB TNT2, and a few other high-performance gizmos. It's a
  11. Metallica - St. Anger "Invisible Kid"
  12. GG'z. All I gotta say is, "Infantry Rules!"
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