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Vintage Centurion Ironman Frame & Fork from mid 80's. Price: $105.00 + shipping. (Guessing shipping in range of $40 to $45)
I measured it at:
24.5" / 62cm frame and 22 7/16 " / 57cm top tube...
I may give the Kroil a try on an old lower end Puch I am unable to remove the seat post from.
I did try PB Blaster and a few other sprays with no success. The bike was not rusty when I picked it...
For $25.00 plus added shipping costs.
Used 27" Wheelset with Sunshine Hubs , Wolber Super Champion Rims (Model 58) 36 spoke
These are stamped with the 1983 date and came on a 1984 Schwinn...
Here's a drive train shot since pic up against fence is non drive side.
Thanks on the compliment eom.
I think it is a 1986 model Univega mtb.
I tried to minimize cost on the build and thankfully these days there are some decent
reasonably priced non...
Enjoyed riding my vintage Univega mtb on a nice country ride 2 weeks back after making a few changes on cables, bar tape and tires.
gomango, those 3 bikes are outstanding!
That's a great looking Marin you have there. Nice job.
Wow! Four pages in one day.
When I considered starting this thread yesterday I was thinking there might not be any interest.
I am continually amazed at the details of some of these classic and...
Please post zoomed in pics of your vintage bike or components
or pics from a unique angle.
I looked for similar threads but did not see one.
I was just thinking of the artistic beauty of a...
I have tried this penny/coin tip described here on the Velo Orange site with success a few times:
The Velo ORANGE Blog: Bike Tips and Tricks
My Peugeot Orient Express in current config is 30.8 lbs...quite a tank.
It is a heavy frame to begin with at 8.9 lbs for the bare frame & fork.
On the plus side it has lots of room to spare between...
Those are actually Chinese made knock offs, and heavy at that but help make this bike a blast to ride.
CST Metropolitan Palm Bay Wire Bead Tire 26-Inch x 2.35
METROPOLITAN PALM BAY...
I forgot to mention, I did install this :
Shimano SM-CB90 In-line Brake Cable Adjuster with in-line barrel adjuster and cable quick-release
since those Tektro's did not have a quick release but...
Ok, not a mtb 'drop bar' conversion, although I have done about 6 of those to this point & shared some of them, but this is a mtb conversion
with Nitto Albatross bars.
It is the 1986 Peugeot...
What a beauty! I really like that green color.
Were did you get it painted?
I look forwarded to pics of it built up.
Two nice rides.
Glad the bigger one did not decide to take a 'bite' of the smaller one.
Way late on this thread but perhaps this link might be helpful to someone reading this thread later.
1984 Ross Mt. Whitney
Remarkable how similar that Mt Whitney...
This past Saturday I had a nice longish ride exploring various areas of Dallas on my Univega MTB which I converted to drop bars and added some nice smooth tread fat 2.3 x 26" Michelin tires.
Saw a couple other Peugeot MTB's. Here's the current config of my Orient Express.
It's the 86 model with the under the chainstay mounted rear brake which I do not have mounted.
I think the next...
Is your chrome bike a Univega? Which model?
I like the seat stay/seat tube treatment better on your bike than the tig welded on mine.
Thanks for the info on the Panaracer TServs. I failed to include that in my response. I always appreciate info on other good tires out there.
Yes, that's the plan to find some lighter tires.
I had picked up these terra cotta colored 1100g tires on clearance at REI for $13 each a few months back & that's all I had on hand in a 26".
A number of folks have mentioned the fairly light weights of their mtb's converted to drop bar machines.
Anyone's build turn out to be quite a tank?
I just finished one yesterday, a mid 80's...