Belt = Wright
Fujita = Brooks
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Belt = Wright
Fujita = Brooks
I installed a 1" threaded carbon fork on high-class steel mid '60s Belgian fillet-brazed frame and it became my favorite rider. The Frankenbike image disappeared in the sheer pleasure of the ride.
Confente.......the James Dean of frame builders.
Correct spelling gets lots more sold results.......some - admittedly in better condition - well north of 50 bucks. Still, american psycho has the right idea. And miamijim and Thrifty Bill their knows...
I built up a late '80s Schwinn Circuit with a Sprint group and it was a perfect match as far as I'm concerned. A great performer/rider in every respect. Any of the mid/high end frames out of the...
All are smashing. I want the blue Frenchy one with the great fork.
Yes, Otis, I believe. Brilliant work.
Here's a site that has a liking for things Mavic.
Kool stop and Swisstop are first rate. There are lots of others not as pricey.
Be sure to get a configuration which will closely approximate those to be replaced if going with just pads swap out....
Somewhere around that time (1989) the Shimano 105 calipers received the benefits of design innovation before even the higher end groups. So I've read. And that looks like what you have shown. In any...
The Sante is same era and similar to the 600 Tricolor in configuration. Or even a 105. Maybe look there.
No question, you need manager. ;-)
Italian thread (36x24, 70x112-115mm) bottom bracket w/ JIS taper. DuraAce, Suntour Superbe, etc.
- Campy NR/SR BB (Italian or English or French)
- World Class Sealed BB...
My comments were lightly intended. Cheerfully tongue in cheek. Admirations and a tease about the hubs. Didn't expect a trade but...........who knows. It was all for fun. It was a, I say it was a...
Cool.. Let's trade.
Cut a threaded cup completely into 4 uniform sections. Hand place 3 (or 4 if all will fit) sections into BB shell threads evenly around circumference. Place expander in the sacrificial sections and...
Jon, I saw a pretty nice, early V GT at the co-op yesterday. I handled it and it seems quite healthy and well-preserved.
Here's a recessed bolt version....
Did you see this silly thread, gaucho? Hey, I just noticed that you contributed. ;)
And I still have them all. :D
Here you go. It performed well for me. I've used it on several different builds.
Yeah, the Sugino AT is tippy top beautiful.
I rebuilt the same frame with all Mavic. I like mine a lot. There's a certain freshness about the ride. I described it as a high class steel with a touch of wood. And, I agree with...
Rootboy, I'm just getting reacquainted with the contents of my boxes in a snail-paced lead-up to a big (fantasy) sell-off. One day, I keep telling myself. LOL.
Chombi, that Mk II - well, both - in the picture is NOS, straight outta the box.