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    Detailed build list?

    I'm building up my first bike frame and have searched the forum for a build list, but to no avail. Does anyone have a link to a good one? thx

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    I'm not certain what you are asking. Do you want a list of components?

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    If you're just looking for typical lists of the components people use to write up their build sheet, have a look here:

    http://www.light-bikes.com/BikeGalle...ct.asp?catid=3

    I go there sometimes when I want to write out the list of my bike build. I just write from top to bottom all the components they included and fill in my own parts.
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    yes, a general component list so that I don't forget the little things when I'm ready to build this puppy. I don't want to forget cables/rim tape etc. I swore I've seen a list posted in the forum but can't seem to find one.

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    Not sure if this is what you are looking for or not. This is pretty much everything you will need to build a bike.

    Bar Tape:
    Bottom Bracket:
    Brakes:
    Cables:
    Cassette:
    Chain:
    Crankset:
    *Chain rings:
    *Chainring bolts:
    *Crank fixing bolts:
    Derlr (Front):
    Derlr (Rear):
    Fork:
    Frame:
    Handlebar:
    Headset:
    Headset Spacer:
    Pedals:
    Skewers:
    Seat Binder:
    Seat:
    Seatpost:
    Shifters:
    Stem:
    Tire (Front)
    Tire (Rear):
    Tubes:
    Wheelset
    Bolts
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    For calculating weights:

    Frame
    Fork
    Wheelset
    Wheel rim tape
    Wheel skewer QR front
    Wheel skewer QR rear
    Front tire
    Front tire tube
    Front tire
    Rear tire tube
    Cassette
    Chain
    Crankset
    Pedals
    Downtube barrel adjusters
    Bottom bracket cartridge
    Brake cable housing
    Brake cable
    Brake Front
    Brake Rear
    Cable end caps
    Shifter cable housing
    Shifter cable
    Front derailleur
    Rear derailleur
    Brifter set
    Bar tape
    Stem
    Bar
    Bar end caps
    Seatpost
    Seat tube clamp
    Saddle
    Water bottle cage
    Headset

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    thank you all- exactly what i needed

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    Don't forget the grease, cable guide, donuts, cable ends, electrical tape, loctite, etc.

    55/Rad

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    even if you forget something, you will find out sooner than later... when your bike breaks in half or implodes

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    Quote Originally Posted by 55/Rad
    Don't forget the grease, cable guide, donuts, cable ends, electrical tape, loctite, etc.

    55/Rad
    Don't forget to invite 55/Rad over to build it while you drink beer and watch.
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    make sure that you have the right tools. these don't appear on the parts list but are every bit as important. have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtrain
    Don't forget to invite 55/Rad over to build it while you drink beer and watch.
    Just don't offer me beers and expect me to take the first test ride.

    Pedalmasher - a decent set of shifters is a must!

    Let me know if you'd like some help.

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    Rad - I was going Sora shifters but then I found a good deal on '06 10 speed dura ace. I hope I notice a performance difference. Thx for the offer, I may take you up on it.

    Anyone know where I can get black non-zero gravity brakes? Mavic's are campy specific and the black cane creeks couldn't stop a housefly.

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    You sure about the Dura Ace? If you change your mind, I might be willing to trade you for a used pair of Sora's. Okay...and maybe some beer.

    Black 105 brakes are easy to find (and a great value). But it sounds like you are going a notch or two 'higher-end' with this project. Sounds fun; keep us posted.
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    Aren't Sora's 9s, and DA 10s? You may find a good deal on DA shifters, but you'll need appropriate ders, and cassette to go with (new 105 10s at a minimum). That alone is a big jump in price range over 9s Sora componentry.
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    Sora is 8 speed.

    105 brakes in black are quite good - I have them on the 'horse.

    55/Rad

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    Sorry, I meant 8s, my fault. My point was that he would need to do alot more upgrading if he wanted the DA shifters.

    Yes, the 105 brakes are good for the money.
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    I thought the Mavic brakes had a quick release flip on them, and could be used with Shimano or Campy, but I was wrong. The new black FSA brakeset is relabeled Tektro.


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    Black 105 brakes for $63 (if you use a 10% coupon code):

    http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?c...eid=&pagename=

    http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...=137335&page=3

    Only 39 grams heavier than the Mavics, and probably worth considering. Those other 10-speed parts (FD, RD, etc.) aren't going to be cheap.
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    thx guys, I may go 105 in black, they actually look more OCPish with my black felt than the dura ace or ultegra. If I don't like em, I can just go higher end as brakes are fairly cheap anyway.

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