Type: Posts; User: Fred Smedley; Keyword(s):
I thought my hubs packed with Mobil one spin and spin and spin and spin, it's not the grease slowing me down......
Sell both and get a 95 Stumpjumper Tange Prestege sweetness!
If I could only find a aftermarket hub that had at least 40 mm L.C.F spacing for triplet lacing I could accept rpenmanparker's theory on part selection. My criteria takes me outside the box.
Unless the saddle is too high then lower the saddle re-privates.
Campy spacers are brown 5.0mm spacing, Shimano black 4.8mm spacing.
Manna from Heaven
Time to move on to Shimano Pedals for that price. I just gave up on my Times because of cleat availability. Honestly the Shimano's are better with similar float.
Where do you buy it,it was more like $2.00 for a kiddie pool.
"Crystal Clear Enamel"
Bees-knees for Avid mechanical disk brakes to boot.
I've ridden sprinters, and he is not talking about the Corsa Elites either , if so he is mistaken. Given a choice between a sprinter and clinchers , I'm on clinchers.
That a big 2.0 on the rear, did i read that correctly?
This is the cheapest tubular I would ride and expect it to not be worse than a nice clincher with light tubes. Vittoria Corsa Elite Tubular, TUBULARS ROAD/TRACK
Did you ride the early nineties RB-1?
Early nine or late nine? If early he will need a RD also.
It's scraped because they crimped the downtube .
If you ride it as a mountain bike , those are HUGE improvements.
If you want a steel stumpy get a 95 on, You get oversized Prestige tubing , suspension corrected geometry to around 63 mm travel and a 1 1/8 headtube. These are substantial improvements that effect...
Actually he wants to measure in three or four spots and average the numbers.
Dating taught me , there is a better approach.
Sheldon Brown's Bicycle Cable Travel Adapter Cribsheet
I would read Roger Mussons book, measure rims and hubs how he says, and use his calc. ww.wheelpro.co.uk/wheelbuilding/book.php
That bike is not a off road bike IMO , it's a urban cruiser or casual dirt-gravel bike at most . Apples and oranges.
Well you are wrong, long chainsnstays are compliant and put the wheels in the right place for a upright riding position.