I love my technoglide if it helps.
Jesus, that ****ing printer. Hahaha! I wish I had that on video. Angie's non-reaction was priceless.
The last time I used the 4th hand, I got really frustrated and just threw it in the trash.
I'll be going with centerpulls when I convert the Fuji to 650b. I am NOT looking forward to it.
Oh, and on a related note... where can I find a cable hanger for use with a threaded headset that doesn't have a whole ton of flex? Fork mount is not an option, for various reasons.
anymore updates on the Windsor?
Hi Scrod, just recently bought a Cinelli Mash which has a 68mm bb shell. The frame came with a Phil Wood bb JIS with a square taper and 108 mm (got it measured from lbs, they said 108mm) spindle. I would prefer to keep the bb instead of buying a new one, do you know any cranksets that can support that bb? Or would it be better for me to find a crankset and then find the bb that fits. I did a search and found Vuelta Pista Track but got bad reviews for 108 mm and it uses ISO instead.
Or maybe the lbs measured wrong and it really isn't 108 mm? Ack, maybe I need to check it again. Numerous google searches can't tell me what cranksets are compatible with a JIS 108 mm.
Would it be ok if I run a crankset that required 107 mm or 110 mm? I know I'm supposed to keep the chainline within 40.2 mm to 42 mm according to Sheldon Brown. Would having a crankset that required a 107 mm give me a chainline of 43 mm? Is that how it works? /bb noob
Last edited by Kinkikowboi; 10-07-12 at 12:05 AM.
Phil Wood doesn't make a 108mm JIS BB. I'd bet it's ISO.
FWIW, the Vuelta Pista crankset isn't very good.