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Customized any size
15 years experience
Quality & Reputation concerned
Coating : NiCuNi , Zn , NiCuNi+Sn ,NiCuNi+Cr ,NiCuNi+ Au
By air ( magnet power shelding package ); By sea ( plastic sack package )
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If you’re using deep or aerodynamic wheels, you’ll probably need valve extenders – here’s our guide to fitting and using them. Important to get right, frustrating if you get it wrong.
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There are two types of valve extenders; those that require you to remove the valve core and those that don’t.
To fit both types you’ll need some silicone (plumber’s) tape, a set of small pliers and it’s also a good idea to have some insulating tape to hand.
The important thing is to make the seal as air-tight as possible, hence the silicone tape. Deep section wheels are also really prone to the valve rattling. So, get some insulating tape and wrap it around the valve at the point that it exits the rim.
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How-to and pack review. How I pack a Baltoro 70. Part 3 in the “How to Pack a Backpack” series. The loadplan is for bug out, not necessarily recreational backpacking, but there’s a fine line.
None of the videos I found really captured and showed me how to properly pack a backpack. Maybe TNP has a video somewhere that shows him packing, but I found his Extended Stay series highlighted the gear at his disposal.
Some people talk about packing without demonstrating, some demonstrate, yet avoid showing us! One video has an expert stuffing his pack, but every time he puts something in his pack, we CUT TO: a close up of his face as he “concentrates” on his work. Another demonstrates by packing a bowling ball, followed by a banana, followed by a kerosene lamp!
All B.S. So, I decided to make my own video.
Here, I hope, is finally the definitive, “how to pack your backpack,” instructional/philosophy video. I’m not a wilderness expert or a survival instructor. I’m a screenwriter. But before I did that, I spent 23 years as a combat Soldier. I know what it takes to live and work comfortably outdoors.
I welcome viewers’ input in the comments. Everyone has a point of view, but remember, this is my point of view. It reflects what works for me. Your mileage may vary. Suffice to say, this ain’t the end all beat all, nor is it trying to be. No haters please.
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