Old 05-20-16, 10:37 AM
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Pawlus
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Answering to your question about friction shifting: if you clean the derailleurs and change cables and housings they will for sure work smoother and better. If this bike was in the attic for the past 15 years I'd definitely buy new tires and inner tubes.

Ps. Friction shifting takes some time getting used to. I felt kinda the same (it took a lot of concentration to shift) at first but now I do it without paying a thought to it.

Good luck with your project!
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