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You make so many threads with such broad, generic questions. We love to help, but search, man. There was just a HUGE thread with pictures as to your exact question. Help us help you.
 

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[quote author=Chris06Fusion link=topic=57658.msg969735#msg969735 date=1158931374]
This is what I use along with a terry towel.

http://www.autogeek.net/jelly-blade.html
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Yo Chris,
Saw this Jelly Blade at Kmart, tell me how it performs?

Jerr
 

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[quote author=kivfusion link=topic=57658.msg1188717#msg1188717 date=1170725646]
[quote author=Chris06Fusion link=topic=57658.msg969735#msg969735 date=1158931374]
This is what I use along with a terry towel.

http://www.autogeek.net/jelly-blade.html
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Yo Chris,
Saw this Jelly Blade at Kmart, tell me how it performs?

Jerr
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I love the jelly blade. I have noticed that it seems to work better after a few uses. I use it to remove most of the watter then go over it with a terry towel. I caution anyone who uses this to wipe the edge clean before use. (My friend works at a Cadillac dealer and they use these all the time)
 

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[quote author=Chris06Fusion link=topic=57658.msg1188843#msg1188843 date=1170729846]
[quote author=kivfusion link=topic=57658.msg1188717#msg1188717 date=1170725646]
[quote author=Chris06Fusion link=topic=57658.msg969735#msg969735 date=1158931374]
This is what I use along with a terry towel.

http://www.autogeek.net/jelly-blade.html
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Yo Chris,
Saw this Jelly Blade at Kmart, tell me how it performs?

Jerr
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I love the jelly blade. I have noticed that it seems to work better after a few uses. I use it to remove most of the watter then go over it with a terry towel. I caution anyone who uses this to wipe the edge clean before use. (My friend works at a Cadillac dealer and they use these all the time)
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Thanks Chris,
I'll have to pick one up. I See your from Lancaster, I do a lot of racing in Lancaster.
 
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I just bought a jelly blade. It has to be shipped since no one around here sells them. So hopefully they are as good as you say they are.
 

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[quote author=kivfusion link=topic=57658.msg1188883#msg1188883 date=1170730942]
[quote author=Chris06Fusion link=topic=57658.msg1188843#msg1188843 date=1170729846]
[quote author=kivfusion link=topic=57658.msg1188717#msg1188717 date=1170725646]
[quote author=Chris06Fusion link=topic=57658.msg969735#msg969735 date=1158931374]
This is what I use along with a terry towel.

http://www.autogeek.net/jelly-blade.html
[/quote]

Yo Chris,
Saw this Jelly Blade at Kmart, tell me how it performs?

Jerr
[/quote]

I love the jelly blade. I have noticed that it seems to work better after a few uses. I use it to remove most of the watter then go over it with a terry towel. I caution anyone who uses this to wipe the edge clean before use. (My friend works at a Cadillac dealer and they use these all the time)
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Thanks Chris,
I'll have to pick one up. I See your from Lancaster, I do a lot of racing in Lancaster.
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where do you race around here?
 
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Philadelphia Ford Fusion meet. haha

Seriously, when it gets warm, we should all meet at the philadelphia racing spots. At that hess station or that other place, I forget the name of the street.
 

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[quote author=RymanH24 link=topic=57658.msg1190836#msg1190836 date=1170808580]
Philadelphia Ford Fusion meet. haha

Seriously, when it gets warm, we should all meet at the philadelphia racing spots. At that hess station or that other place, I forget the name of the street.
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I am up for a meet!
 
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Yeah some time when it get's a lot warmer. Try to get as many people around here and from NY see if they can come to Philly. A lot of the Fusion drivers around in South Jersey are older women. Maybe I can find some Milan, or MKZ owners.
 

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[quote author=Chris06Fusion link=topic=57658.msg1190753#msg1190753 date=1170806789]
[quote author=kivfusion link=topic=57658.msg1188883#msg1188883 date=1170730942]
[quote author=Chris06Fusion link=topic=57658.msg1188843#msg1188843 date=1170729846]
[quote author=kivfusion link=topic=57658.msg1188717#msg1188717 date=1170725646]
[quote author=Chris06Fusion link=topic=57658.msg969735#msg969735 date=1158931374]
This is what I use along with a terry towel.

http://www.autogeek.net/jelly-blade.html
[/quote]

Yo Chris,
Saw this Jelly Blade at Kmart, tell me how it performs?

Jerr
[/quote]

I love the jelly blade. I have noticed that it seems to work better after a few uses. I use it to remove most of the watter then go over it with a terry towel. I caution anyone who uses this to wipe the edge clean before use. (My friend works at a Cadillac dealer and they use these all the time)
[/quote]

Thanks Chris,
I'll have to pick one up. I See your from Lancaster, I do a lot of racing in Lancaster.
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where do you race around here?
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Chris,
I race a 15 pound carbon fiber road bike, 2 wheels, like Lance Armstrong, I love the area down your way. Lancaster, Union Grove, etc.. Dodging the horse sh1t from the amish buggies is not fun though
:lol:
 
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LOL...here we are thinking. You race your Fusion.

I remember last summer I was up in Lancaster and their was a group of like 10 bikers like yourself riding around. And one fell down over the top of a hill and I almost ran him over. Krazy bikers.
 

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[quote author=RymanH24 link=topic=57658.msg1194202#msg1194202 date=1170937134]
LOL...here we are thinking. You race your Fusion.

I remember last summer I was up in Lancaster and their was a group of like 10 bikers like yourself riding around. And one fell down over the top of a hill and I almost ran him over. Krazy bikers.
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Sounds like Lancaster is the place for a meet! :goodjob: :goodjob:
 

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I race a 15 pound carbon fiber road bike, 2 wheels, like Lance Armstrong, I love the area down your way. Lancaster, Union Grove, etc.. Dodging the horse sh1t from the amish buggies is not fun though
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Sweet! More cyclists who drive Fusions. What are you guys using for a rack? I'm thinking of upgrading my Yakima towers to fit.
Can't wait to ride tomorrow. It's gonna be 20F! Woohoo.

Oh...and I use the old school version of the California water blade followed by microfiber towels.
 

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[quote author=RymanH24 link=topic=57658.msg1194202#msg1194202 date=1170937134]
LOL...here we are thinking. You race your Fusion.

I remember last summer I was up in Lancaster and their was a group of like 10 bikers like yourself riding around. And one fell down over the top of a hill and I almost ran him over. Krazy bikers.
[/quote][quote author=RymanH24 link=topic=57658.msg1194202#msg1194202 date=1170937134]
LOL...here we are thinking. You race your Fusion.

I remember last summer I was up in Lancaster and their was a group of like 10 bikers like yourself riding around. And one fell down over the top of a hill and I almost ran him over. Krazy bikers.
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Ha, Yeah Ryman...I fell down once, except I was sprinting to win a race that had a $800 purse and my chain snapped as I was passing a guy to win the race.....42mph in spandex hitting the pavement got me a separated shoulder and road rash all over... I ended up sliding across the finish line third and my bike crossed the line 5th....ended up with a 100 dollar prize and 4,500 in medical bills.

As for racing the Fusion...I bought it more for a daily cruiser...I have a Horse in my garage for when I feel the need for speed(a hopped up 92 Mustang 5.0 GT) she only has 62k on her....If I had 10 bucks for everytime my wife insisted I sell it I would have my Fusion paid off by now.

If any of you PA Fusion guys get together let me know, I'm about 30 minutes north of the Lehigh Tunnel on the Turnpike.

Saw a nice Merlot Fusion when I had to run to Kmart, It was parked a mile from the enterance and looked good...mine on the other hand needs a cleaning but the weather has been sub 32 so Im hoping it warms up soon, bought some Maguiars gear and new microfiber cloths for her just need some warmer weather.

Sorry for the novel lol

Jerrr :D
 

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[quote author=BlueFordRedSchwinn link=topic=57658.msg1200333#msg1200333 date=1171173053]
I race a 15 pound carbon fiber road bike, 2 wheels, like Lance Armstrong, I love the area down your way. Lancaster, Union Grove, etc.. Dodging the horse sh1t from the amish buggies is not fun though
:lol:
Sweet! More cyclists who drive Fusions. What are you guys using for a rack? I'm thinking of upgrading my Yakima towers to fit.
Can't wait to ride tomorrow. It's gonna be 20F! Woohoo.

Oh...and I use the old school version of the California water blade followed by microfiber towels.
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Hey Schwinn,
I am praying i can just fit my Cannondale in the trunk, I didnt want to add a rack to the Fusion, its too pretty lol.

I have a Thule that i took off my Freestyle when I sold it but it wont work on the Fusion.

Riding tomm at 9am, me and one of my race teammates will do a 60 mile ride and be back by noon for lunch.
Have you tried putting the bike in the trunk w/ the front wheel off?

Livestrong Bro,
Jerrr
 

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Nah, I haven't tried trunking it yet. I'm sure it'll fit though. A rack would be nice for road tripping though especially if it's me +1 or +2.

Good ride today. Almost got bit by a dog.....almost.
 

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[quote author=BlueFordRedSchwinn link=topic=57658.msg1201766#msg1201766 date=1171254569]
Nah, I haven't tried trunking it yet. I'm sure it'll fit though. A rack would be nice for road tripping though especially if it's me +1 or +2.

Good ride today. Almost got bit by a dog.....almost.
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Schwinn.....DOGS= SPRINTING PRACTICE
 
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