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    Sticky: ISO Suntour Edge...

    ISO Suntour Edge braze on downtube shifters
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    Thanks Jim - good info. Have another IPA for me.

    Thanks Jim - good info. Have another IPA for me.
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    Possibly may have got resolution - I stuck a...

    Possibly may have got resolution - I stuck a wrench in the "cap" over the spring and loosened it a little and the cage seemed to pivot back a little more when in the small ring. Will definitely go...
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    50-36 up front, 13-21 in the rear right now. ...

    50-36 up front, 13-21 in the rear right now.





    Chain might have 500 miles, maybe a little more on it. I did remove one link which helped a little. Of course, now it doesn't want to go...
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    Cyclone MII rear derailleur issue

    I put a Cyclone MII rear derailleur on the Trek 510 today and am having what appears to be a "slack' issue - ie in the small ring the chain seems a little loose/droopy.

    See the thread here (before...
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    I put a new to me Mk II on my Trek 510 today. ...

    I put a new to me Mk II on my Trek 510 today. Running a 50-36 in the front. The cage is a little longer than the tri-color 600 it replaced but the pulley's don't seem to pick up the slack on the...
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    More aesthetic than anything else - the front...

    More aesthetic than anything else - the front derailleur is a Mk II so I was looking more to matching it up. By chain gap are you talking the wrap? The cage is a little longer on the MK II but I...
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    Went from this: ...

    Went from this:

    http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m191/scozim/Bike%20stuff/IMGP8926.jpg

    To this:

    http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m191/scozim/Bike%20stuff/IMGP8927.jpg

    On this:
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    Haven't posted many pictures - getting out for...

    Haven't posted many pictures - getting out for around 3 rides a week thanks to work but am also adding in weight training 3 days a week and 2 days of running. The fitness feels like it's coming...
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    My Trek 800 Antelope was initially converted for...

    My Trek 800 Antelope was initially converted for this use - had the mid-fork braze on's for a low rider rack. But I decided it was just too heavy and haven't really used it for that - instead it's...
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    I ended up with a Campagnolo crankset donated by...

    I ended up with a Campagnolo crankset donated by D.D. - 52-42 chainrings matched to a 14-28 French thread Normandy freewheel out back. The bike is quite comfortable to ride.
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    Man, I started this thread quite awhile ago. I...

    Man, I started this thread quite awhile ago. I put the brakes back on the Peugeot after overhauling it and with alloy rims they stop ok. Not earth shattering but, then, I don't ride that specific...
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    Interesting - got it to load here. Yes, it's...

    Interesting - got it to load here.

    Yes, it's got aluminum in it with traces of nickel to solve the problems they've had in the past with brittleness after adding aluminum:

    From the article:
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    New steel? For those of us that love steel

    Came across this article yesterday discussing the development of a lighter, yet stronger, steel material that can be manufactured into bike tubes. Will be interesting to watch the development of...
  15. Initially I thought this would be tough but, in...

    Initially I thought this would be tough but, in the end, it wasn't really. Scary because it means I really could pare things down a little:

    My favorite ride, but not the lightest - 1984 Gitane...
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    I've never run a set. They're heavier than the...

    I've never run a set. They're heavier than the Module E's on my Trek 510, but these look a little beefier for the rough chip seal riding I have to do around here. Looking forward to giving them a...
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    I don't and either did D.D He mentioned he'd...

    I don't and either did D.D He mentioned he'd seen this before
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    Not exactly received in the mail but, rather,...

    Not exactly received in the mail but, rather, hand delivered.

    My dad has had a rough few years with multiple fractures and a run in with cancer. At 73 I think he thought he would be riding for...
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    Watched Drillium Dude swap a wheelset and toe...

    Watched Drillium Dude swap a wheelset and toe clips on his Spinella that resides at my place and then had fun checking out his new German 4 wheel ride
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    Sticky: I'd be willing to do this also considering I have...

    I'd be willing to do this also considering I have three Cyclone front derailleurs and can part with a couple of them.
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    Sticky: That one would be ideal since the front...

    That one would be ideal since the front derailleur is a Mk 2 unit. PM sent
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    Sticky: ISO: mid-cage (assuming there is such a thing)...

    ISO: mid-cage (assuming there is such a thing) Suntour Cyclone rear derailleur for the Trek 510. Running 50-36 up front and 13-24 7 spd in rear
    Vetta TT Trishock saddle

    Have Shimano 600...
  23. Great looking Audi, DD. Surprised the roof rack...

    Great looking Audi, DD. Surprised the roof rack isn't on it yet.

    Missing this even for the 3rd or 4th straight year thanks to Sunday commitments. However, next year will be a different story. ...
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    Hoping for a slow work day so I can actually...

    Hoping for a slow work day so I can actually start the Vitus 979 build which keeps staring at me every time I turnaround. If that doesn't pan out and the fog lifts it'll be a ride outside in the sun.
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    Sticky: A little reach ISO: Cateye Mity 8 wired bike...

    A little reach

    ISO: Cateye Mity 8 wired bike computer that hit the road last week and met its demise. I really just need the computer as all the hardware is still intact on my bike. Not really...
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