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Old 10-15-12, 05:31 PM   #176
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Dugast Pipistrello, 32mm

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Old 10-15-12, 05:38 PM   #177
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Today I received in the mail a Frame Block to work out a wrinkle in the downtube of a Condor Superbe that I have

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Old 10-15-12, 05:48 PM   #179
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Personalized Colnago-themed leather key-fob courtesy of rootboy's magical workbench





Suh-weet, huh? Thanks, Scott - this is the coolest thing ever, and I'm transferring all my keys over to it tonight!

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Old 10-19-12, 06:10 AM   #181
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I received two small bottles of Bianchi celeste touch up paint today

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Old 10-19-12, 03:02 PM   #182
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Nothing to exciting and not worth pictures, but it makes me happy - 2 plastic crank bolt covers for my Shimano 600 crank. I've been hunting for these for awhile, and they really give the crank a nice finished look.

Also got a purple aluminum water bottle, which luckily matches the purple paint on my Basso. I'm waiting for a green one now, which will hopefully match the other half of my Basso. Yeah, it's a fade paint job, and despite the way it sounds, purple and green go together very well!
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Old 10-20-12, 04:13 PM   #183
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Same here - nothing exciting but the first items via mail for me in awhile - from Loose Screws yesterday new Bike Ribbon bar tape and crank dust caps. Today 6 new Servizio Corsa tubular tires from Yellow Jersey. This time in black, the last order was the tan sidewall version but I've found I like the black look a little better.
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An Atom 14-28 freewheel, French thread, in good shape. And a decrepit old pair of A. Binda straps, which I'm going to re-leather as the buckles are OK. Nuttin' much.
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Old 10-20-12, 08:26 PM   #185
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I got the first two components to start the build on myjust aquired Medici Aerodynamic custom frameset that I got two weeks ago

The Medici pantographed 3TTT stem actually came in the mail last week, but the NOS Cobra aero waterbottle with its original box, came today........
Not really sure how useful the bottle will be with the crudish cap on it instead of a pull out valve.......but I cannot resist!
Next would be the the more major components for the bike. Still haven't decided whether to use what I have in hand already of find a nice new groupset for it,.....which will take quite a bit of time and money to put together..... Then there's the new paintjob and decals to figure out too....It's gonna be a long build this time...
I guess I can start a new thread on the build soon.

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Old 10-20-12, 09:21 PM   #186
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Miele decals for the 1990 Gara, although the decals I bought are from a later-date one. They were available. Yellow instead of green lettering.
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Old 10-20-12, 10:49 PM   #187
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Received an XTR M950 mid cage rear derailleur from a fellow I found in another Forum, in exchange for an XTR M950 front hub!
Just the item I need to improve the shifting on my '94 S-Works FSR. Now I can move the short cage XTR derailleur to my La Raza!!

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Old 10-27-12, 05:18 PM   #188
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"New" crankset for the Spectrum Ti

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Old 10-27-12, 08:05 PM   #189
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Even though we "should" be immune to the "pretty" stuff, you've found an exception here. Beauty mate!
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Two days ago - sealed-bearing pulleys for refurbishing/updating the Sun Tour rear derailleur on my '74 Fuji.
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Old 10-31-12, 09:10 PM   #191
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Well, what arrived today was really great looking decals from Cyclomondo ! The following came in and gives you an idea of a few of the things I'm working on.....
1 set Separation bands - Italian
1 set Campy "Prodotti Speciali"
1 set Campy early winged wheel
1 set NISI Vintage rim decals
1 set old Campy frame decals
1 set SOMEC sheet set
2 Columbus early gold foils
1 set Columbus CROMOR - silver w/ red outline or black outline
1 Made in Italy "H"
1 set DANCELLI - Yellow

Also, a set of really cool purple anodized Bullseye replacement jockey wheels I got off ebay. For use on the purple Dancelli TT funny bike ! Thought they would be a nice 'period' hotrod upgrade.

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Oh man, with all the crap I've been buying lately, I have some catch-up posting to do! Here's the 45T Dimension chainring I bought for my fixed-gear. Reworking the chain line allowed me to run a bigger ring. Look at those nice tall teeth!

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Old 11-02-12, 08:32 PM   #193
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it was like bike xmas today

* Salsa triple chainrings (traded for some biopace rings)
* Cane creek levers for drop bar conversion
* Origin 8 adjustable cable stops for drop bar conversion
* Planet Bike fenders for single speed rain bike
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Crank arm bolts for square taper cranks (no need for dustcaps).
A Cinelli bar and a binder bolt.
M4.5 bolts for my DTcable stops.
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Those look attractive.
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Hardly worth taking a picture of, 27 sets of black handlebar tape showed up in a big bag. I ordered this stuff, from China, a couple of weeks ago for $2.55 per set. It took two weeks to get the order from there to here. And the stuff I bought is the same as the $12 per set stuff I used to buy locally.
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Curious iab, which bicycle are you running these on?

Just being nosy.
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Hardly worth taking a picture of, 27 sets of black handlebar tape showed up in a big bag. I ordered this stuff, from China, a couple of weeks ago for $2.55 per set. It took two weeks to get the order from there to here. And the stuff I bought is the same as the $12 per set stuff I used to buy locally.
how is that stuff? I have bought some other items direct from the orient and it was ok

was it sold from
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Curious iab, which bicycle are you running these on?

Just being nosy.
The Frejus. When I go to Eroica in 2016. I like to plan ahead.

Plus I got them for $125/pair. A deal too good to refuse.
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The Frejus. When I go to Eroica in 2016. I like to plan ahead.

Plus I got them for $125/pair. A deal too good to refuse.
Yes, great choice.

Wherever did you find them at that price?
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