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    Here in the mountains of NH, (bike) riding...

    Here in the mountains of NH, (bike) riding conditions have not been favorable during the first quarter. :p Snowmobile riding on the other hand, was fantastic! :D

    January: 25 miles in one ride (it...
  2. Top, :thumb: beautiful!

    Top, :thumb: beautiful!
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    Depends on the gearing the snails use :p and...

    Depends on the gearing the snails use :p and whether they are spinners or mashers. :rolleyes:

    Just for the heck of it--- here it is pictured in High-Low to compliment the Low-High combination...
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    jonwvara at Red Clover Components...

    jonwvara at Red Clover Components can sell you a 122BCD or 144BCD triplizer. I doubt you can find a 12T 6 speed freewheel. A 13-30 is more likely.

    If you really need to be able to climb some...
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    I believe I have that Schwinn Approved/Maillard...

    I believe I have that Schwinn Approved/Maillard freewheel in my spares. I have no idea about its date code! :p
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    Henry III, best wishes on your move. I hope all...

    Henry III, best wishes on your move. I hope all goes well.
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    Tom, glad I could provide a bit of admusement to...

    Tom, glad I could provide a bit of admusement to your day. :rolleyes: ;)

    Back together and ready to ship. Notice any difference? :p
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    I've been helping Kzilla out with his freewheel. ...

    I've been helping Kzilla out with his freewheel. Turns out it was a Sachs 6 speed. Overall there is very little wear on the cogs, so it is a great example of why sometimes servicing a freewheel...
  9. "Spring back" :eek: has been my experience as...

    "Spring back" :eek: has been my experience as well.

    I guess we could take a torch to the rails and heat them up so they'd be more pliable. :innocent:

    Scott, after you mentioned securing the...
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    A couple of other possibilities include the...

    A couple of other possibilities include the Campagnolo Rally. It has several different generational styles. I've used the 2nd gen on my '71 Paramount. It shifts okay. Usually every shift requires...
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    Need real security? Move to the mountains of NH....

    Need real security? Move to the mountains of NH. :D
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    :thumb: :D :)

    :thumb: :D :)
  13. To my eye, the chain and freewheel look to be in...

    To my eye, the chain and freewheel look to be in great condition. Did they say why they wanted to change them? How's the shifting? Smooth or rough? Friction or indexed?
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  14. I've used a wood working clamp with rubber ends...

    I've used a wood working clamp with rubber ends to compress the Brooks rails together while tightening the two PIA, hard to reach 10mm bolt heads. This has worked for me. There's no way around the...
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    :thumb: Yes, rhm is hard to keep up with,...

    :thumb: Yes, rhm is hard to keep up with, especially over those long days and many miles.
  16. I like it!!! :thumb:

    I like it!!! :thumb:
  17. I'm with HenryIII as far as Brooks leather tape. ...

    I'm with HenryIII as far as Brooks leather tape. Hard as a rock and as unforgiving as a weasel determined to eat a woodpecker. :eek: I also tried Handlebra leather tape and it would not stay put,...
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    The RD and brake levers look original to me. It...

    The RD and brake levers look original to me. It seems odd that Schwinn didn't use RDs and FDs that were made by the same manufacturer, but they did. In the case of the Superior Shimano made the RD...
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    Looking forward to the pictures. The MAFAC...

    Looking forward to the pictures.

    The MAFAC brakes were not original. Paramounts came with Weinmann centerpull calipers or could be upgraded to Campagnolo Record/Nuovo Record sidepull calipers and...
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    crank_addict thanks for finding and posting those...

    crank_addict thanks for finding and posting those pictures. I'm guessing a thread less stem of the appropriate size and shims could be used along with a shortened center section out of an old set of...
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    Our own C&V New England covert agent springs into...

    Our own C&V New England covert agent springs into action! :thumb: Watch out for the pretty dark haired woman on the Motobecane. She might blow your cover! :twitchy:

    Have fun! :D
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    Just think "Paramount," and clarity will...

    Just think "Paramount," and clarity will immediately come to you. :innocent:
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    Come on Top! With creativity like this, why not...

    Come on Top! With creativity like this, why not give church another try? Who knows, your might be converted to tire savers! :rolleyes:
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    The very rare--- and thus valuable "Miller HL"...

    The very rare--- and thus valuable "Miller HL" FD. ;)

    This Campagnolo groupo only appeared for a few months in 2003 and was only sold in Milwaukee to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Miller...
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    Welcome to our wonderful fellowship of vintage...

    Welcome to our wonderful fellowship of vintage bike lovers Philly50. Can't wait to see pictures of your Paramount. :D


    The MAFAC centerpulls would have been a later change. Originally it would...
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