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  1. Thread: C&V Sin?

    by degan
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    As long as you aren't doing irreversible damage...

    As long as you aren't doing irreversible damage to the frame then change what you want, as long as you keep the original parts. The one thing that I hate to see are old road bikes with modern wheels...
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    Sticky: I'm looking for two of those round things and the...

    I'm looking for two of those round things and the bolts that hold brake levers on to the handlebars, not sure what they're called. The brake levers are Dia-Compe BRS300. I'm sure any Dia-Compe from...
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    From what I can see (stamped dropouts, suicide...

    From what I can see (stamped dropouts, suicide levers, etc) it is probably an entry level bicycle. I'm sure someone here knows more about Sutton bikes but right off the bat I wouldn't invest too...
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    Sticky: I'd like to turn my Pat. 83 Campy NR rear...

    I'd like to turn my Pat. 83 Campy NR rear derailleur into what I need to finish my bike. Its functional but has some signs of use, definitely a rider.

    ISO: a saddle that would look normal on...
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    http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/bik/4488137058....

    http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/bik/4488137058.html
    Somebody did not like the response they got.
  6. Thread: Brake Lever

    by degan
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    Personally, as far as comfort goes, the Techtro...

    Personally, as far as comfort goes, the Techtro brake levers are my favorite (I can't remember the exact model but they're easy to find). I used them on my touring bike when I biked across country...
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    I didn't change much, just the consumables,...

    I didn't change much, just the consumables, saddle, stem, and handlebars.
    Before the overhaul, but after some cleaning
    http://s8.postimg.org/3m9bdpsqd/WP_000475.jpg

    After. As you can see I've...
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    I'm sure the 400, even though it wasn't built in...

    I'm sure the 400, even though it wasn't built in the USA, would have been a great bike, there were other factors leading to my passing on it.



    I don't believe the 400s started getting 531 until...
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    I looked into a very early 400 a couple months...

    I looked into a very early 400 a couple months ago. I thought it was the Elance like yours but was very disappointed to find it was the earliest variation which weren't even built in Waterloo. I...
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    Selling the ex-wifes bike....

    Selling the ex-wifes bike.

    I believe this is a ruse, but funny none the less.
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    I have and would again. Made a world of...

    I have and would again. Made a world of difference on my old Kobe road bike. As long as the spokes are spread evenly around the rim and not grouped together like the super modern wheels, which...
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    Sticky: ISO: Front nuts and washer for a Gran-Compe NGC...

    ISO:
    Front nuts and washer for a Gran-Compe NGC 400 brake caliper. Actually, I just need the one conical nut because I think I can get the other parts at loose screws. I believe a bunch of...
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    Poll: Since its obviously going to be a single speed,...

    Since its obviously going to be a single speed, you should cut off the hanger.
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    Poll: Lets make him build the worst bike ever.

    Lets make him build the worst bike ever.
  15. Thread: Price Trends

    by degan
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    I have recently been looking through a lot of...

    I have recently been looking through a lot of completed ebay auctions and I am actually surprised by how cheap some of the stuff is selling for, or not even getting one bid despite a reasonable...
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    Anybody need an 86 CM Trek 1000? The seller did...

    Anybody need an 86 CM Trek 1000? The seller did say the size is approximate.
    Tallest bike ever.
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    Too much good in this thread. I want to see...

    Too much good in this thread. I want to see bad/ugly.
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    I suspect there is supposed to be a picture to go...

    I suspect there is supposed to be a picture to go with this.
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    Not trying to rain on anyones parade here, but I...

    Not trying to rain on anyones parade here, but I think the best option would be to try some modest upgrades before cramming a bunch of modern parts on that frame. You'd be surprised about how big a...
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    I guess I'll just have to go for it. I was...

    I guess I'll just have to go for it. I was thinking of removing a fraction extra and shimming with something that might be able to make up for any inconsistencies in my filing.
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    Sticky: It's in pretty good condition, but definitely a...

    It's in pretty good condition, but definitely a rider, not a show piece. I thought about just throwing it up on ebay and selling it to some random person, but I thought I'd give the folks here the...
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    Sticky: ISO: Sealed 68x107 BB Set of Panracer Pasels...

    ISO:
    Sealed 68x107 BB
    Set of Panracer Pasels 700x23 or 25
    Mid 90's Shimano hub internal parts (most road groups would work).
    The two little lock nuts and cover for a Gran Compe NGC 400 brake...
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    Filing a FD clamp?

    So, my 1983 Schwinn SS SP is coming together nicely, but the FD I am hoping to use has a 28.6mm clamp where as the OD of the seat tube is 28.8mm without paint. I figured that, even after paint, I'll...
  24. Thread: LOL forks bent

    by degan
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    My guess is that it was thrown back together by...

    My guess is that it was thrown back together by someone who isn't a bike person just to take the picture. I'd be surprised if the wheel even clears the down tube like that.
  25. Thread: LOL forks bent

    by degan
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    For $90 I'd be all over that.

    For $90 I'd be all over that.
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