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    I'm next if either of the first 2 can't step up. ...

    I'm next if either of the first 2 can't step up. Also interested in the b17.
  2. You can use a soldering iron and fuse the pieces...

    You can use a soldering iron and fuse the pieces together while making a slight groove along the seam. The use the iron to melt plastic, I've used zipties into the groove. You can add as much as you...
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    I'm at n+4 already but one is a donor and another...

    I'm at n+4 already but one is a donor and another will probably be a flip.
  4. I was stating I used a digital scale in which the...

    I was stating I used a digital scale in which the entire bike is off the ground and not the bathroom scale method so many use. Some people just can't keep the wise cracks to themselves huh?
  5. Thanks! That is the rack I am looking to get. ...

    Thanks! That is the rack I am looking to get. Will probably place my order right after I post this! I will use it with a small front rack bag so the size is what I'm looking for and the fact...
  6. 22.3 lbs on a digital hanging scale. 88 Torelli,...

    22.3 lbs on a digital hanging scale. 88 Torelli, Columbus SL, w/ dura ace 7700 non STI.
  7. Not looking for weight handling, just wanted to...

    Not looking for weight handling, just wanted to know what the load rating might be just incase. I'm more concerned with the chances of it scratching the fork crowns, mine are chrome not painted so I...
  8. Peltcher fork mounted front rack questions

    Anyone have experience with theses? How much weight does it handle? (I wouldn't load it more then tools/tubes/snacks but a max weight is helpful to know). Is there issues with damage to the crown or...
  9. I just pulled a frozen alloy ️stem from a alloy...

    I just pulled a frozen alloy ️stem from a alloy steerer tube on a bike that was left outside for 4 years. PB blaster through the bottom of the fork, let sit, used the bars a leverage and twist out. ...
  10. Fork alternative or original for M2 Pro

    I recently acquired a 1994 (I know, barely considered c&v) Specialized M2 Pro. It came to me with a Easton EC90 carbon fork with alloy steerer tube. I was wondering what the original fork was and...
  11. Are you open to other pads besides the kool stop...

    Are you open to other pads besides the kool stop salmon? If not then I won't mention what I have in mind. Also it depends on if you want that original block pad look or don't mind the newer style...
  12. I'm 5'7/30" inseam as well. I ride anything from...

    I'm 5'7/30" inseam as well. I ride anything from 50cm/110mm stem/5" of exposed seatpost to 56cm/70mm stem/slammed seatpost. I think as long as I can set me saddle height and reach the same then...
  13. Since the campy lovers are showing up I'll feel...

    Since the campy lovers are showing up I'll feel free to post a shameless self promo...I've got a chorus crankset that I'll let go pretty cheap, as well as a full NR group from a 70s Paramount that I...
  14. Can I request formal banning from this club? I'm...

    Can I request formal banning from this club? I'm trying to get rid of all my crap-agnolo parts.
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    I removed the 105 STI group that came on my...

    I removed the 105 STI group that came on my Torelli and went 7700 indexed downtube group. All of my bikes are either friction or indexed downtube shifted except for a thumb indexed shifted Trek 850...
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    Depends where you live. Around here it would be...

    Depends where you live. Around here it would be worth 500-800 but I live in a super hit market. I would expect most people on there to say 300-500 or so.
  17. I took a borrowed cheap Pacific Talon on 1.95...

    I took a borrowed cheap Pacific Talon on 1.95 knobbies with 44/34/24 and 12-28 up a lot of Seattles hills over 190 miles on a visit last September. The major trails are manageable with basic gearing...
  18. who are you referring to? Btw did you see that...

    who are you referring to? Btw did you see that movie? Most God awful thing I've ever seen!
  19. Thx for confirming the 70s Paramounts and parting...

    Thx for confirming the 70s Paramounts and parting it isn't a big deal. I think I'll part ways with Campy before hate turnes to murder. Lol. Anyways is there someone out there looking for 70s NR...
  20. ahhh so that's the reason the campy is so...

    ahhh so that's the reason the campy is so difficult. I only bought the NR because it was cheap enough and completed the group. I may just long cage shima-gnolo it, gear it for the hills and just...
  21. alas it is only a mere 52cm. So to round it out....

    alas it is only a mere 52cm. So to round it out. Even if it's a Paramount (or any other higher end bike) I should have no worries of parting since it was/is in poor paint condition and missing...
  22. To make a statement, I have a ton of experience...

    To make a statement, I have a ton of experience changing flats...more then I would ever wish on the next guy. For some reason all my bikes with Shimano RDs feel much simpler to replace the rear...
  23. just to clarify...I only consider myself a...

    just to clarify...I only consider myself a hobbyist and not a collector because I don't have the resources to fund a high end collection. Maybe I'm a hoarder since I only buy the cheapest deals I...
  24. What is more valuable - not a appraisal request

    We all know that pristine, Grail bikes are the bees knees. This question would be more for the average hobbyist then the full on collector.

    Do you think the value of collectable bikes in fair...
  25. Thanks! It's so hard to guess the value on campy...

    Thanks! It's so hard to guess the value on campy stuff because people always want so much for it...for me, I'm not a fan.
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