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    1971 schwinn super sport

    $150 is a great price for a minty fillet brazed Schwinn. You did well. :D
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    Always a sad day when a Brooks comes to the end...

    Always a sad day when a Brooks comes to the end of its life. :cry:
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    WowJim! You earned your stripes yesterday....

    WowJim! You earned your stripes yesterday. :thumb: I dub you "Wheel Master." :D
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    I agree, but honestly don't know the answer.

    I agree, but honestly don't know the answer.
  5. Welcome to C&V! Glad you joined up. Beautiful...

    Welcome to C&V! Glad you joined up. Beautiful Schwinns, BTW! :D Did Schwinn call this color Radiant Coppertone? But then again it looks more greenish. I suffer, however, from a certain amount of...
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    So we know the brothers made at least 6 frames. ...

    So we know the brothers made at least 6 frames. Any idea their total count on bicycle production? I know the existing ones are just a handful.
  7. IIRC, the rear hub from my '62 Continental...

    IIRC, the rear hub from my '62 Continental measures at 120mm. I'll try to confirm tomorrow. I have had no troubles running a 126mm Phil Wood rear hub in my '75 Sports Tourer.
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    Yet another Super Sport Thread!

    Fantastic find! Congratulations!!!
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    Darth Lefty's Super Sport

    I guess you'll need to chip off a piece of that paint and send to Waterford. :lol:
  10. I love the smell of Phil Grease in the morning...

    Super Lube synthetic grease has no smell that I notice. I'm with you. I like the smell of Phil grease. I think I started a thread about this several years ago. :D
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    Sorry I missed this post last week. VBS kept me...

    Sorry I missed this post last week. VBS kept me a bit distracted at times! :twitchy:

    I don't remember a spacer on the rear of this freewheel, but IIRC, the flange on the outer body is rather...
  12. Tom, I like it. :thumb: If you run smaller...

    Tom,

    I like it. :thumb: If you run smaller tires you could also run fenders and that would be really sweet!
  13. I'm tempted. :innocent: Let me pray on this. ;)

    I'm tempted. :innocent: Let me pray on this. ;)
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    Great pics everyone! Vonruden, thanks for the...

    Great pics everyone!

    Vonruden, thanks for the shout-out! Great pics of Sandyhook. I used to take my church youth group there from Ridgewood every mid to late September for one last day at the...
  15. That looks good, but before you buy, ask what is...

    That looks good, but before you buy, ask what is the width of this rear wheel. It should be 126mm. You want to make certain the hub can handle your freewheel and is not meant for a single speed or...
  16. I had always wondered if the clamp on an old...

    I had always wondered if the clamp on an old Schwinn Varsity saddle might work. So I just searched and guessing on this picture, those rails look too narrow.
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  17. :roflmao2: Do they make one in the skinny...

    :roflmao2:

    Do they make one in the skinny 13/16s diameter? ;)
  18. Thanks BluesDaddy! I'm going to borrow the...

    Thanks BluesDaddy! I'm going to borrow the elevation profile for Mt. Kearsarge from this site and post here.

    http://www.northeastcycling.com/Hillclimb_Races_files/kear_gr.jpg

    In the text it...
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    I'm planning to enter a race up Mount Kearsarge...

    I'm planning to enter a race up Mount Kearsarge in Warner, NH the end of September. Did my first test run up the mountain this afternoon. The ride was significantly harder than I could have...
  20. I think I was able to lower the weight of my...

    I think I was able to lower the weight of my Campagnolofied '62 Continental to about 28-29lbs.
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  21. Jim, Thanks! I'm down about 80lbs and need to...

    Jim, Thanks! I'm down about 80lbs and need to drop another 25 to hit my goal of 200. No, the bike held up nicely! :thumb: When I stopped to hop the gate out of the park on the way back to the car,...
  22. I'm back from the real world test of this 38T...

    I'm back from the real world test of this 38T freewheel and I did it on Mount Kearsarge, so the actual place of the race. I'm guessing about the starting point, but I know I had to be close.
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  23. Take a look at the 8 mile course, you can see it...

    Take a look at the 8 mile course, you can see it is almost entirely up hill. The last 3.5 miles from the State Park entrance to the parking lot just below the summit can be between 5%-14% grade with...
  24. I will be using SPD pedals as you have probably...

    I will be using SPD pedals as you have probably noticed.

    I didn't get a chance to test ride it on a nearby hill as planned for today. A roofing project took me into the "big" city of Concord,...
  25. Thanks! This one is a keeper until the legs no...

    Thanks! This one is a keeper until the legs no longer can spin pedals. :p
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