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  1. You'll also need a chain whip of sorts to remove the cassette, but some people just use the chain on their bikes to keep the cassette in place while removing the lock ring. level 2 1 point · 2 years ago.
  2. Jul 08,  · This cassette was one of the most frequently requested of the more than I released between and I have no problem whatsoever with you posting this. More power to ya, man. If I could rip the files I probably would have done it myself, but since you thought of it first - .
  3. Sep 18,  · A friend has his tape stuck in his cassette player in his car. We tried to get it out for 20 min. No luck. He has an 89 Buick Park Ave. With the tape stuck in there he can't listen to his radio.
  4. Mar 27,  · If you didn't grow-up with cassette tapes, you wouldn't understand. There is a LOT that goes into making a compilation cassette. You need to lay out the track list, check recording time plus 2 second or so gaps between songs, etc. VERY different from buring or ripping on a computer. There's just a certain magic to it.
  5. Jul 28,  · some greater modern CD gamers will play MP3 documents from a wisdom CD. in basic terms sell off seven hundred MB of MP3s onto a CD and stick it interior the participant. you may ought to enhance your automobile's CD participant to do this.
  6. to explain what's inside a cassette, we'll use the one that came apart peacefully. pic 1 - inside a cassette with half its shell removed. pic 2- the slip sheet. this reduces friction between the tape and the shell. these can be clear. pic 3 - the pressure pad. this provides even contact between the tape and the heads on the machine that read.
  7. Label: Complacency - CPC • Format: Cassette C90 • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Experimental Jim O'Rourke - Remove The Need (, C90, Cassette) | Discogs Explore/5(6).
  8. In that case you'll need a lockring tool with a square drive in back such as the ones made by Lifu or Pedros, or a 1" socket for the Park ones. Personally I only use torque wrenches on aluminum freehub bodies and even then it's a pretty minor concern. 40nm/30ft-lb is pretty tight.

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