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    Senior Member ahhhgladius's Avatar
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    Spoke reflector for guylines

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    You know, Amazon could replace every mall and store in America! Thanks.
    Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    You know, Amazon could replace every mall and store in America! Thanks.
    amazon prime saves me the trip to the specialty stores 100 miles away. free shipping lower prices. i support the small businesses in my town as best i can, but im not gonna travel to spport someone elses. not directed at you mad! just stating a fact and personal opinionized fact.
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    These are interesting. Do you think you could cut these? You probably would only need a short piece down by the stake to get the job done.

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    I did a search and apparently they've been popular in the cycling community for a while and 3M makes the best ones. And yes, most are easily cut according to the cyclists. Haven't tried them myself though, yet

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    Really like this idea. Quick fix to the tripping at night problem. Looks like they are very visible at night too!

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    They are made from plastic that is quite soft, and then is easily cut.
    They are 8cm long so i make 4 pieces of 2cm for each of my tarp guylines, more than enough to me.



    i think i will put a piece or two on the ridge line too! i hit it more than once with my forehead

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    They have started selling these for dirt cheap from china.

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    This is a wonderful idea.

    I had never heard of these, nor seen them, which is a small miracle given that I live in a country with more bikes than people!

    Gonna find me some tomorrow and install them on my guy lines AND my bikes :-)
    Still getting the hang of it

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    Great idea.
    What are people using for the most economical 1mm(ish) guylines?
    Thanks!
    Ben

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