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Old 01-07-16, 01:32 PM
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HVZ V-541 Sport 1968y

Now i tell about another project. That frame i buy summer $ 2. Frame cleaned of old paint, but i want saved decals. They will protected clear film oracal. And i polished all lugs and too protected their film. Next i paint black color all frame and fork twice, remove protected film everywhere. And lacquered all frameset.
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Old 01-07-16, 01:34 PM
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Very, very nice work!
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Interesting lugs!
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Old 01-08-16, 11:01 AM
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First fitting details.
all details authentic beside rear derailer. I install old Acera, because dont have other
First riding will beautiful.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow View Post
Interesting lugs!
Thanks! I polish their paste GOI. This is special composition for mirror polished
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Old 01-08-16, 12:07 PM
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Nice! Keep showing us your bikes -- most of us are not familiar with the old Eastern models. This is very cool.
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If you have derailleurs from the Eastern Bloc, see if you can help Michael Sweatman of Disraeli Gears. His site is informative and very funny.
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I really like those XB3 frames for their ornate lugs, even though the tubing is afaik nothing more than gaspipe, maybe someone (me?) should start topic on frames from former eastern bloc frames. Is there someone else on forum who has such frames? I ve got two Polish frames from 1980s
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Nice! Keep showing us your bikes -- most of us are not familiar with the old Eastern models. This is very cool.
Thank you!! I will try to do more
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If you have derailleurs from the Eastern Bloc, see if you can help Michael Sweatman of Disraeli Gears. His site is informative and very funny.
Yes i have these derailers. But they dont work(( Bad models. ХВЗ derailer- this is copy Campagnolo about 1950 years.
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Thanks for bringing that bike in and showing it to us, @yadder. I like it.

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You really brought that bike back from the dead. Good job with the frame restoration especially!
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Old 01-11-16, 12:31 AM
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Yes. She very like me! Thanks!!!!
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Cheers! Very nice, I read an article recently on cycling in the Ukraine.

Cool vintage bike forum in the French language as well, if I may say: Forum Tonton Vélo ? Voir le forum - Vélos de course de 1945 à 1980
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Cheers! Very nice, I read an article recently on cycling in the Ukraine.

Cool vintage bike forum in the French language as well, if I may say: Forum Tonton Vélo ? Voir le forum - Vélos de course de 1945 à 1980
I dont speak french(( But Thanks !!
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I dont speak french(( But Thanks !!
I look at the pictures, oh well, I'm half Polish, 3rd generation American and I only know a tiny bit of Polish.
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In 2014 that bike looked that
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In 2014 that bike looked that
Seeing your pictures, I would like to offer one suggestion, if I may: tilt back your saddle a bit. It will put less weight, and thus less pressure, on your arms, wrists and hands, and make your ride more comfortable. The more a saddle 'sags', the more you'll need to tilt it backwards for the right balance. You could also try to tighten the bolt under the saddle a bit to make it sag less. Try some different angles and see what you like best. Communis opinio is that a leather saddle needs to be tilted slightly backward.

Here's one of my bikes with a leather saddle, as an example of what works for me:

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Yes you right. Thanks.
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