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    I have no working knowledge of the SRAM, but have...

    I have no working knowledge of the SRAM, but have Gossamers on several of my rides and they all work without problems.
    I know that they are not exactly upper end cranks, but I continue to use one...
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    His powder had attempted to form a glossy fillet...

    His powder had attempted to form a glossy fillet between frame and head set race. It is glossily jagged and possibly prone to chipping.
    Smoothing the high spots with an abrasive will decrease the...
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    Actually, powder coating can be stripped using...

    Actually, powder coating can be stripped using paint stripper.
    I have done that on several occasions.
    Remove the crown race and soak in a small container of a good paint stripper and the coating...
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    I have found s/n's on bottom side of chain stays,...

    I have found s/n's on bottom side of chain stays, on top of chain stays, and on seat tubes.
    They are pin-punched into the aluminum apparently with a center punch, as they are typically pretty...
  5. This may be a more viable solution: Wheels Mfg...

    This may be a more viable solution:
    Wheels Mfg Derailleur Hanger 19 Dropout 19 1 Fastener Hanger Fits Cannondale | eBay

    It appears to me that it would require less machining than the one that...
  6. +1. Funniest darn show in ages. Touches on just...

    +1.
    Funniest darn show in ages.
    Touches on just about every phase of human existence in an extremely light-hearted manner.............
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    Does not that place the chain dangerously close...

    Does not that place the chain dangerously close to the spokes when on the inner cog?
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    I have used Merlin and Wiggle. The latter did...

    I have used Merlin and Wiggle. The latter did have them for under $40.00.
    I find that UK prices change from day to day.
    Thanks for the new source!
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    Yup. That's who made the one I have been using....

    Yup. That's who made the one I have been using.
    Shimano tends to be a bit pricey at times, so I am just looking for other options.
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    Aftermarket Cassettes

    Anyone have experience or opinions as to the quality,longevity, and performanceof "aftermarket" Shimano compatible cassettes such as Miche, American Classic, IRD and Sunrace??

    I don't count SRAM...
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    Or something...

    Or something...
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    I replaced the cassette. The chainring...

    I replaced the cassette.
    The chainring surprisingly is not too bad.....he only uses the 50; never the 34 even on hills..........
    I'll be keeping an eye on things, but for now, all is running...
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    Nice ride! I own an '89 ST400 in that color. I...

    Nice ride!
    I own an '89 ST400 in that color.
    I actually do not like Blueberry, but the paint is in such great shape, I cannot bring myself to change it.

    Give her a good going thru and ride her...
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    Worst Chain I've Ever Seen

    I have been riding with a new friend for a few months now.
    I finally took a look at his chain, as I could see daylight between chain and chainring.
    It was stretched out 5/16" in 12" !!!!!
    That is...
  15. Sounds like your original assumption is...

    Sounds like your original assumption is correct...your uncle had it built to his specs.
    The ST frameset was available in black if ordered as just a frameset.
    Otherwise the only 126mm spaced frame...
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    If all else fails, my technique is to place a...

    If all else fails, my technique is to place a flat bladed screwdriver across the return spring next to the pivot on the side
    of the caliper farthest away from the rim, and tap the screwdriver handle...
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    8/02 20.1 8/03 30.2 8/05 22.2 8/07 ...

    8/02 20.1
    8/03 30.2
    8/05 22.2
    8/07 40.2

    MTD 112.7 miles

    Total elevation gain MTD 3091 ft.

    Goal for the month.................just keep doin' it.............
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    Just for the record, this one is newer, at 26...

    Just for the record, this one is newer, at 26 years, than the other Cannondales I ride!
    But, the others do not have the corrosion problems present in this frame.
    And, as the 3.0 series used shaped...
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    You call THAT living ?? I spent 7 years in...

    You call THAT living ??
    I spent 7 years in Chitown.
    I NEVER say that I "lived" there......

    Another mispro is the word "circa."
    Soft C, then hard C.
    Akin to "circus."
    Not "sirsa," but "sirka."
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    A)You got it! B)Maybe so It wasn't really...

    A)You got it!
    B)Maybe so



    It wasn't really intended to be structural per se;rather, something to hold the Lab Metal in place and to
    provide a full tube circumference for mounting a clamp...
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    Cannondale Corrosive Sweat Repair

    I'm not sure if this is the proper forum for my question, but here goes:
    I have a 1989 Cannondale 3.0 style frame that had belonged to a friend of mine.
    His sweat is the most corrosive I have ever...
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    I mostly ride Performance shorts of various...

    I mostly ride Performance shorts of various styles.
    DZ Nuts has never dried out on me even on centuries and double metrics.
    I am way Down South where it gets HOTTTTT !!
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    In the word of Rocky...

    In the word of Rocky Balboa.............absolutely !
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    Well, once you have opened the tube of glue, you...

    Well, once you have opened the tube of glue, you might as well go ahead and use it up.
    It'll be all dried up the next time you want to use it anyway........
  25. 1/4"......That's cutting things pretty...

    1/4"......That's cutting things pretty close.....unless you want to sing soprano..........
    Based on your information, it is most likely an ST400, and should be metallic blue.
    This is based on the...
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