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How do people try to control landslides

With great difficulty and ideas that cost shed loads of money that may not make any difference as gravity and momentum is the two forces that have to be controlled effectively
the only thing to do is to make sure that the imbalances that allow landslides are reduced to as close to zero as possible because when one starts deflecting its path is going to need a lot of work and money
you have 3 options
1 make sure they don't happen
2 deflect their line of travel
3 get out of their way

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How are landslides are formed

The soil gets saturated with enough water to make it more of a liquid than a solid. Then there is no support to keep the soil in place, gravity pulls this liquified soil downward.

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What does the metaphor ''landslide victory'' mean

"Landslide victory" means that the winners margin of victory was so overwhelming that the opponent was he or she would have been if they were standing at the base of a mountain where a real landslide occurred. Hope that clarifies things.

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Seat post shim

Hi, 27.2mm is a standard size for a seatpost, popular sizes includes 30.9mm om newer mountain bikes and 31.6mm on older since it stadardized to some extent. There are still many other odd sizes out there on mostly older bikes.

If you can, get a seatpost that is 27.2mm that fits directly into your frame, with no shim if possible. that will only add weight and creaks.

Also keep in mind that the length is important when you specify a seatpost. You can use websites like this to see what is possible/available before you order:
Seatposts Chain Reaction Cycles

You will also have to consider if you need some setback, if the seat clamp is directly on the post, it is called a zero setback post like this:

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What size clamp do I need for the front derailurre

It's marked on the clamp if you have the old one. The available SRAM derailleur clamp sizes are 28.6, 31.8 and 34.9mm. You should be able to eyeball the differences between 1", 1.25" and 1.5", ya think?

Fisher doesn't publish the seat tube diameter but I bet they KNOW what it is.

Sep 24, 2011 | Gary Fisher Presidio

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How do i raise the seat on a dynacraft tony hawk bmx bike

loosen seat post clamp with correct size allen. once its loose push down and twist the seat untill its where you want it then tighten the seat post clamp

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I have a mens schwinn midmoor bike that I'm trying to find a rear rack for. Where do I attach the rack at under the seat? Do I need a seat clamp attachment? What size? I'd appreciate any help! :) ...

The most secure and sway-free type would be one that bolts to the bike at at least three points, not simply clamping the seatpost.

Blackburn and Topeak make some nice ones. They mostly bolt to those pre-drilled holes above and behind the rear axle and most say what wheel-size bike they will fit plus they have a range of adjustment (usually via bendable metal braces) for reaching that key third point near the top of the seatstays or brake bridge.

Mar 26, 2011 | Schwinn Midmoor Men's Hybrid Bike

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I was given an iron horse tandem and need to change out the rear seat post. It is called a Tango and there is no size marked on either seatpost. Is there a standard size?

Since Iron Horse has gone out of business it is very difficult to find specific information on any one particular model. Their website for resource no longer exists. There is not a standard size for seatposts. There are seatposts ranging from 25.0 to 36.8 and beyond. If the seatpost does not have a head it is a straight post and tapers to a smaller diameter that a clamp goes on (IE. cruiser or BMX seatpost) these only come in a couple sizes and lengths. There are standard posts that will fit but the seat may not match the clamp.

The best method for determining the size of the seatpost is too take the bike into a bike shop. Most decent shops have a tool that they can drop into the seat tube and determine the exact size and then of course offer up what options are available.

The other method is too take in just the seatposts and they can measure those and order off of what you are looking for.

The reason too take in the whole bike is that if you are looking for longer there are additional issues that the shop mechanic can look at and determine the actual seatpost length you will need. If you need a post that is over 450mm long, then you will be very limited in brands and most likely the bike will not fit the rider. That sort of thing.

Nov 27, 2010 | Iron Horse Cycling

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I have the Schwinn 700C W hybrid merge bicycle that i am trying to attach the Bell Classic Child Carrier seat to. it says to remove the seatpost bolt clamp. where is that?

I have a feeling it is made for old style bikes, not these new fangled things. The seat post clamp is the bolt , nut or quick release that holds the seat in the tube and stops it from going up, down or spinning. In the case of the new bike, it could be way down low, where it won't do you any good. I would suggest a clamp of some sort up top to make the child's seat sit level. Depending on how the child's seat is fastened on, you will have to make something work. Like a pipe clamp, antennae clamp, muffler clamp, something like that to replace the seat clamp. But iof you seat clamp is level or up high, remove the nut and bolt and see what happens with the child's seat clamp. Hope this helps.

Aug 08, 2010 | Schwinn Cycling

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I bought a new seat for my 1996 Fuji Sagres. The old saddle clamp is too narrow for the new seat rails. Where can I buy a different sized saddle clamp that will fit my bike?

take it to a bike shop and get a new seatpost. bike shops
have manuals that they can check to find a seat post that
fits the bike frame and has the proper size rails to fit your
new saddle.
this is a good time to upgrade the seatpost, you can get one
that is lighter and more adjustable that your old one.

Jun 06, 2009 | Cycling

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