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post #16 of 21
Okay, can we stop talking about nuts now please? Especially blue ones.
post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by ingwe View Post
So...blue nuts would be useful?
In your case, keep pedaling out of the saddle, but you have to sit down sometime....
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post #18 of 21
I've lost both of mine...

...plus the tomahawk and the ipod attached to it, and the custom iems' and the backup nano and backup iem's

Got my house broken into and the thief walked off with my fully loaded laptop briefcase. The git also took my new car too!

If anyone sees Tomahawk T112 up for sale give me a shout, it'll be a UK seller I would think.

I had thought it was my Pico stolen at first but I'd switched back over to the Tomahawk as it had replaceable batteries and I did not want to take an extra charger with me.

All insured but such a hassle
post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by ronin74 View Post
In your case, keep pedaling out of the saddle, but you have to sit down sometime....
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I could say your premise regarding how one sits on a bicycle seat (and not the state of my ****s) is inaccurate: ironically, since saddle contact should be on the two sit bones--never in the taint--never on the ****s (ouch!!!)--thus the more padding on the saddle the more one cushes everything in--then we get nerve crush--then we can't feel nothing down there. Panic ensues.

However, to state this would detract from the halarity.

Those things look like inverted trailer trash house slippers.

And, thanks for a much needed belly laugh!
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by StevieDvd View Post
I've lost both of mine...

...plus the tomahawk and the ipod attached to it, and the custom iems' and the backup nano and backup iem's

Got my house broken into and the thief walked off with my fully loaded laptop briefcase. The git also took my new car too!

If anyone sees Tomahawk T112 up for sale give me a shout, it'll be a UK seller I would think.

I had thought it was my Pico stolen at first but I'd switched back over to the Tomahawk as it had replaceable batteries and I did not want to take an extra charger with me.

All insured but such a hassle
Boy, that's gotta suck.

Here in Colorado, We shoot the git before they can get out.
post #21 of 21
Bump
If this has occured to any other RSA Tomahawk owner within the U.S. you can find a handy replacement for way cheap at a local ace hardware store or any hardware I hope. They are labeled as a 2-56 nut and seems like a pretty sturdy temporary hold if you want to hold you off till you get replacements from ray as they do have quite a hefty replacement fee versus the .33 cents at the local hardware store. Hope this helps any of you
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