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Old 11-05-06, 07:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Landgolier
Um, yeah, that's all you need. Forget about needing a new bottom bracket and/or crankset and chainring for chainline, probably new tires and tubes since the old ones are probably too wide for the new rims even if they are the right diameter, getting pedals that take clips and straps and then getting clips and straps, etc...
don't forget.. with the new rim size comes comes new brakes...


to the orginal poster:

If you want to get into fixed riding I think at this point Craigslist and Sheldonbrown are your friends... read sheldon's site and watch criagslist for a good cheap(if your lucky maybe free) frame to convert, also try garage sales and resale shops...

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