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A pretty damn solid conversion. Quality (IRO) wheels, UN72 BB, Tange (!!) cro-mo, lugged, and all the braze-ons still on it. Even if you are against conversions, you could make this a pretty sick road bike by putting gears back on it...

Full specs:
Says Bob:
Centurion Elite RS specs:
-Seat tube length (C-T) - 23"/58cm
-Top tube length (C-C) - 22 1/2"/57cm
-Chainstay length (C-C) - 16"/41cm
-Wheelbase - 39 1/2"/105cm
-Bottom bracket height - 10 1/2"
Frame:
-Tange #2 Cr-Mo double butted frame. Tange Cr-Mo fork.
-Forged drop-outs (with adjusters) and fork tips.
Crankset:
-SR Supercustom with 42t aluminum chainring.
Cog: -17t no-name cheapie (new)
Bottom bracket: -Shimano UN-73
Wheels: -New IRO track wheelset with IRO (Formula) hubs.
Brake:
-DiaCompe Royal S. DiaCompe levers with good hoods. The right lever is bolted solid.
Miscellaneous:
-Nitto stem, Champion steel bars, new black bar tape, Sugino seatpost, Performance saddle, Hutchinson Fusion Compe tires, Tange Falcon headset.
This bike looks virtually new. I did not rebuild the headset because it was nice and smooth.