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    I don't think so, but more information and better...

    I don't think so, but more information and better pics are needed. Looks like a upper lowend machine from the late '70s early '80s. While they appear to be bolt on it does look to at least have...
  2. Nice looking bike. I never saw many Mosers. ...

    Nice looking bike. I never saw many Mosers.

    http://www.bikeforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=461473&d=1435616509






    This looks interesting.
  3. Hi Jeepfather welcome to the forums. Posting...

    Hi Jeepfather welcome to the forums. Posting pics can be simple. Most memebers 'host then post' by putting their pics on photobucket or something then sharing here. I just upload them direct...
  4. :innocent: :innocent: :innocent:

    :innocent: :innocent: :innocent:
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    Not the best options for SS/FG sine they vertical...

    Not the best options for SS/FG sine they vertical dropouts.



    Just don't cut stuff off the frames
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    I don't think it was uncommon for nice Italian...

    I don't think it was uncommon for nice Italian road bikes to have fender eyelets up until the later '80s when Americans found that extra few milligrams of weight unacceptable.

    I didn't know...
  7. In the US that would be an Orchid '86 with...

    In the US that would be an Orchid '86 with Shipmano Light Action derailleurs and Dia Compe brakes.

    The price may be a bit steep but you are in a hot market. That frame is the same as the one on...
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    The tall Raleigh may be the best deal. They all...

    The tall Raleigh may be the best deal. They all look like they need some work but I think this one may be the best quality and the best fit.
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    I feel the same, nice bike but price seems real...

    I feel the same, nice bike but price seems real high, especially sine it will likely need the bearings service and tuneup.

    http://images.craigslist.org/00M0M_iW9lVovFzDj_600x450.jpg
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    Do you want a road bike or a single speed? ...

    Do you want a road bike or a single speed? Both have been posted for 2 months. Go ride them. Offer $150 cash for the single speed and $200 for the road bike. They are not stellar deals but are...
  11. and ease of screwing it up standpoint. It was a...

    and ease of screwing it up standpoint. It was a lot harder for an non mechanic to mess up the adjustment of his HS by tinkering with the stem.



    Of course I do :) I think in the last 40 or...
  12. Or has an old war injury :injured: I tried a...

    Or has an old war injury :injured: I tried a beginners class once but I was the only one who didn't know the moves so it didn't seem like much of a beginners class. Besides I like to sit up and...
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    Any good pics? Depending on the condition of the...

    Any good pics? Depending on the condition of the frame it sounds like an OK deal. These were imported by Ben Lawee via his Univega company and many were built by Bianchi.
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    What does it matter? They are all great riding...

    What does it matter? They are all great riding bikes and a little extra weight in the frame sometimes translates into a smoother ride. If you want light weight get a noodly Vitus or a hard riding...
  15. That is what I love about this place.

    That is what I love about this place.
  16. Hello larso welcome to the forums. Nice Fuji. ...

    Hello larso welcome to the forums. Nice Fuji.

    First and foremost it looks like the handlebars and seat may be adjusted too high. Look and see if there are markings on the stem and seatpost the...
  17. I am nut sure if TA themselves made them but I...

    I am nut sure if TA themselves made them but I have seen 23mm extractors. Stein actually makes/made a kit $$ for repairing stripped crank threads which basically retaps them 23mm asnd has the caps,...
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    It seems we may over looked you second question...

    It seems we may over looked you second question but the answer is yes a 'standard' 22mm crank puller should work.

    Assuming you Colnago is equipped with either Super or Nuovo Record it isn't...
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    Do you know what it came out of or what country...

    Do you know what it came out of or what country it came from?
  20. There are some on ebay now but in England. Looks...

    There are some on ebay now but in England. Looks $35ish maybe $53ish with shipping. How clean and cheap do you want them?

    Vintage Campagnolo Brake Block Pad Holders Steel for Road Bike...
  21. Are you keeping the bike? Buy some self...

    Are you keeping the bike? Buy some self extractors. IMHO the best way to go.
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    I know you would love to keep your old hub but on...

    I know you would love to keep your old hub but on a tandem you should seriously consider switching out to a cassette. The wider bearing spacing puts less strain on the axle, cones and bearings.
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  23. Check post 4 the Sante' will not handle anything...

    Check post 4 the Sante' will not handle anything bigger than a 24T cog.
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    Yes they look like typical Cannondale decals. ...

    Yes they look like typical Cannondale decals.


    http://www.bikeforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=461126&d=1435441102
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    They all look really nice. Can you tell me more...

    They all look really nice. Can you tell me more of the Superia?

    http://www.bikeforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=460975&d=1435285531
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