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#633220 - 06/29/10 03:33 AM Russian cycle standard
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Hi All,

Russian cycle standard needed urgently.Could you share with me if you have. Thx. tongue
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#750701 - 08/21/11 01:06 PM Re: Russian cycle standard [Re: Number Ⅱ]
Hub
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Never heared about "russian standard". IS there really some sort of existing?
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#751379 - 08/23/11 09:44 PM Re: Russian cycle standard [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: Hub
Never heared about "russian standard". IS there really some sort of existing?

Wodka instead pd oil or grease?
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Grüsse
Stephan
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#759014 - 09/22/11 06:50 PM Re: Russian cycle standard [Re: ]
Patola
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>"russian standard".
Vodka? Affirmative.
But no standards relating to urban short-distance traffic.
Supposably the biggest export sold to many dicatorical regimes worldwide is the no. one killing machine AK-47, setting international industrial standards in deadly business in automatic fire by servicemen, merceneries and its opponents. Never thought open-source(!) can do that mischief. There's nothing at all something meaningful from the commies or its successors for civilian usability. Anger is a gift.
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