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Borders - Various - Thrash Up My Ass! (Cassette)


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  1. Sarg says:
    If youre ready to crank up the volume and blast some metal music, youll be able to do that with the help of some of your favorite musicians and a cassette player. Some may deem the practice of using cassettes as uaold school,ua but theres nothing quite .
  2. Shalkree says:
    Tool Up to Fix a Loose Cassette. The other morning on my short almost all-downhill commute to the office my Cervelo S5 started making an awful rattle. I knew straight away what it was because nothing else on road bikes makes quite as loud and metallic a sound. What .
  3. Mijar says:
    I still own a few for my personal collection, mostly stuff that never came out of vinyl. I've had cassettes siting in my inventory unsold for months when one guy decided to by them in batch (around 30 cassettes per orders, between $$ for each order for a total of 3 orders).
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  7. Zulkijar says:
    Jul 22, - How do you use those old cassettes? I love making everyday items from them. I just love finding new ways to use what people normally throw away. See more ideas about Cassette tapes, Cassette, Everyday items pins.
  8. Gutaxe says:
    Nov 16,  · The cassette hub uses a “freehub” system, which is a type of clutch mounted to the body of the hub. This cylindrical mechanism ratchets counter-clockwise for coasting, and locks clockwise for driving the bike when pedaled. The freehub body has a series of splines on the outer shell. “Cassette” sprockets slide over these splines.

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