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Agreed, the folks at the bike shops were saying something that sounded sort of like that. Ive never been able to learn much about welding so I trusted that it was a hard job and no one wanted to feel responsible if it went wrong while we were riding down a huge hill at 35 mph.

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Wow, this is invaluable information. Thank you so much, we were literally sitting down to order those tonight so I will be much more careful to try to find the V3 and v4. Definitely worth it to save the hassle on a long trip.

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Yes, we didn't know better. Not the cheapest mistake but better than not living life to the fullest.

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Yeah, we were hoping to try this, but in the area where we were no one was willing to rebuild it. We will be using torque arms on our future builds for sure.

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Thanks, we made it a long way and plan on keeping going. We're planning to rebuild as two separate ebikes and we WILL be using torque arms.

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Yep, learned the hard way.

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The dreaded "stretched dropouts" 400 miles from home from r/ebikes

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But shouldn't there be more than just wage in the numerator? You have all of the nonlabor production and distribution costs. I seem to remember that in empirical studies the vast majority of firms that produced goods actually had decreasing marginal cost due to economies of scale. To me, decreasing marginal cost makes the most sense in the context of insulin production since it is largely just biochemical processes that are pretty easy to scale up with automation but there are high IP related starting costs.

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I read that as Data For Trees and was frankly quite interested in that game.

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I loved this story, and think it articulates a lot of the points really well. As for the naysayers on here, it makes me imagine the feudal lord's serfs mocking a story that tried to describe capitalism before feudalism was phased out.