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Old 12-09-22, 06:47 AM
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Rim labels facing the wrong way? I’m thrilled with freshly greased bearings and the rim running true.
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Starting to sort this out today. Campagnolo 10 speed but came with a Sram/Shimano 10 speed cassette and wheels. Luckily I had these Campagnolo wheels around to use for now on it. Other than that she's got honest wear on the frame but seem really solid. My first Merckx ever!

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I was riding along on my trusty Super Course when something started to feel loose. A quick check revealed that the cartridge BB was loose. I had ridden it for two years with a 110 wide UN-71 and a 170mm double with no problems. I recently installed a 122.5 UN-52 and a 175mm triple. That was maybe 100 miles ago.

I had noticed that the BB shell had a small protrusion on the drive side, but again, not a problem for two years. I'm thinking I need to have this faced.

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Originally Posted by RustyJames
Rim labels facing the wrong way? I’m thrilled with freshly greased bearings and the rim running true.
It's a known fact that wheels are spinning easier when the rim labels are readable from the drive side. It has to do with weight distribution of the rim and aerodynamics

Jokes aside, I remember one of the rim manufacturers using rim stickers to counterbalance the weight of the tube valve or something. Didn't pay enough attention to remember which one. For the vintage rims I use (Mavic MA2 on one bicycle), I bought new decals, but on the modern rims I have I just removed them straight away. They tend to look rubbish and dirty pretty quickly otherwise and I tend to clean the rims (and brake pads) regularly, especially after riding in the rain.
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@jamesdak beautiful Merckx!
What's the name of that color scheme?
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Originally Posted by JacobLee
I was riding along on my trusty Super Course when something started to feel loose. A quick check revealed that the cartridge BB was loose. I had ridden it for two years with a 110 wide UN-71 and a 170mm double with no problems. I recently installed a 122.5 UN-52 and a 175mm triple. That was maybe 100 miles ago.

I had noticed that the BB shell had a small protrusion on the drive side, but again, not a problem for two years. I'm thinking I need to have this faced.

That's normal Raleigh QC lad, dress it a bit with good file, lean on that cup with a stout wrench and be on your way!
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Originally Posted by VintageSteelEU
Jokes aside, I remember one of the rim manufacturers using rim stickers to counterbalance the weight of the tube valve or something. Didn't pay enough attention to remember which one..
Are you thinking of Ambrosio rim weights?



I believe they are intended to counterweight the sleeved joint opposite.
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@jamesdak beautiful Merckx!
What's the name of that color scheme?
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Domo-Farm Frites Team paint scheme. Bike has Wendy De Vos name on it. They did run a female team in 2001 but I can't find any real info.
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Wait. Was this thing 4-cross? This thing was 4-cross! Who builds a 36h wheel 4-cross??!!
The 1956 Schwinn racer I just rebuilt has 36h 4-cross wheels. I discovered that after I tore down the rear wheel and measured the spokes to get replacements, and wondered why they were so long. So I measured them again. Then checked the front wheel.
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Originally Posted by DesmoDog
... Then checked the front wheel.
Same here, I checked the front wheel to confirm. And I should have known something was abnormal when I was looking for spokes in my bin, and they were all waaay shorter. Can you even buy spokes online these days over 300mm?
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Originally Posted by P!N20
Are you thinking of Ambrosio rim weights?



I believe they are intended to counterweight the sleeved joint opposite.
Could be that, but I also remember a seller / manufacturer / reviewer description of rims where the manufacturer used some sort of heavier, "special" sticker / decal on the joint to counterweight the valve
Which to me reads: "our rims are pretty much the same as any other rims in this class / price range, but we decided to invent another piece of marketing mumbo jumbo hoping they will sell slightly better".
As for the direction of decals on the rims and hubs, Sheldon Brown mentions that in the wheel building senction of the website. Out there in the wild, you will of course see any and every option

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Same here, I checked the front wheel to confirm. And I should have known something was abnormal when I was looking for spokes in my bin, and they were all waaay shorter. Can you even buy spokes online these days over 300mm?
Yes. My usual supplier has at least Sapim Leader up to 310mm. Not sure about other manufacturers / models, just did a quick check. As for butted spokes, they have Sapim D-Light up to 300mm. DT Swiss Competition (plain gauge, black) go up to only 265mm. It's UK, but I'm sure all over the world you will have some options as well.

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Hub bearing repack, I had a coordination attack at the crucial moment and half the bearings went into the black hole. I have a good selection of bearings, but not 15/64".
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Now that Ted's done, next up is modding the Motobecane Jubile mixte I got last year to my wife's preferences. She loves the way the frame feels and rides but not so much the original drivetrain and its big jumps between cogs. The basic plan is to move the 3x9 Tiagra and wheels/lights from her Lotus. I considered triplizing the Stronglight crankset but for now I'm going to put a Sugino triple on it (XP I think) and a set of Tektro 559s to replace the long-reach Weinmanns. It's in pretty good shape but needs a good scrubbing, and I have to respace the front and rear dropouts and fashion an adapter for the Huret dropout. I hope to keep the headset and bottom bracket, I suspect they're in decent shape inside. I have a French VO sealed BB on hand if I need it. Here's how she sits pre-transplant:









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Originally Posted by RCMoeur
That chair, though....
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^ Cool Huret cable guide at the bb on your mixte.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
^ Cool Huret cable guide at the bb on your mixte.
Isn't it though? I think I have another on one of my Peugeots. Has that Gallic flair...
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That chair, though....
I bought that chair at a bike swap in Prescott nearly 20 years ago. It's made of tacoed and straight used 26" and 700C rims. The armrests are 700C Campy rims. I've had to re-string the backrest and seat with Dacron cord once already due to the merciless Arizona sun. It also has a matching side table made of 26" rims (not in photo).
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Originally Posted by ascherer
Now that Ted's done, next up is modding the Motobecane Jubile mixte I got last year to my wife's preferences. She loves the way the frame feels and rides but not so much the original drivetrain and its big jumps between cogs. The basic plan is to move the 3x9 Tiagra and wheels/lights from her Lotus. I considered triplizing the Stronglight crankset but for now I'm going to put a Sugino triple on it (XP I think) and a set of Tektro 559s to replace the long-reach Weinmanns. It's in pretty good shape but needs a good scrubbing, and I have to respace the front and rear dropouts and fashion an adapter for the Huret dropout. I hope to keep the headset and bottom bracket, I suspect they're in decent shape inside. I have a French VO sealed BB on hand if I need it. Here's how she sits pre-transplant:
Lovely frame. Good luck with the Huret RD hanger. I was quite lucky all the Moto frames I got have the campy standard one. When I was looking into buying a frame with Huret dropout (which in the end I didn't), I was thinking about making a custom washer, thin over the RD bolt hole and with a chunky bit to fill in the gap. Something along the lines of Surly Monkey Nuts V3, but made / adapted for the derailleur hanger.
If the current brakes are Weinmann Vainqueur, they are better than Tektro 559 and probably have enough clearance for any wheelset combo. Though 559s are very good anyway and I suppose one might prefer the feeling of them.
In case you found the frame has Swiss BB threading, IRD makes very good ones with Swiss cups. They use JIS taper.
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Originally Posted by ascherer
Now that Ted's done, next up is modding the Motobecane Jubile mixte I got last year to my wife's preferences. She loves the way the frame feels and rides but not so much the original drivetrain and its big jumps between cogs. The basic plan is to move the 3x9 Tiagra and wheels/lights from her Lotus. I considered triplizing the Stronglight crankset but for now I'm going to put a Sugino triple on it (XP I think) and a set of Tektro 559s to replace the long-reach Weinmanns. It's in pretty good shape but needs a good scrubbing, and I have to respace the front and rear dropouts and fashion an adapter for the Huret dropout. I hope to keep the headset and bottom bracket, I suspect they're in decent shape inside. I have a French VO sealed BB on hand if I need it. Here's how she sits pre-transplant:









Tough to find those clamped cable guides.

What kind of Lotus?
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Tough to find those clamped cable guides.

What kind of Lotus?


It's an Eclair, picture is before the dynamo hub and lights were added. Figuring out what to do with that will be the followup to the Moto. She wants to keep it in the lineup but she hasn't ridden it since we got the Moto.
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Originally Posted by VintageSteelEU
Lovely frame. Good luck with the Huret RD hanger. I was quite lucky all the Moto frames I got have the campy standard one. When I was looking into buying a frame with Huret dropout (which in the end I didn't), I was thinking about making a custom washer, thin over the RD bolt hole and with a chunky bit to fill in the gap. Something along the lines of Surly Monkey Nuts V3, but made / adapted for the derailleur hanger.
If the current brakes are Weinmann Vainqueur, they are better than Tektro 559 and probably have enough clearance for any wheelset combo. Though 559s are very good anyway and I suppose one might prefer the feeling of them.
In case you found the frame has Swiss BB threading, IRD makes very good ones with Swiss cups. They use JIS taper.
Going with this approach: Washer hack for Huret dropout?
Even with lined housing the Weinmanns are stiff, and my wife has strong but small hands. I think the dual pivots will work better for her.
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Now that the Davidson has been completely repaired, I decided to see to a few items in the spares box.

This pair of Campy brake levers with World Champion engravings has been kicking around for years. Just a polish and new enamel are all they needed, so last night I got the polish out of the way, and began the paint process. Here's the current result:



I'll fill in the milled channels with rainbow colors in the next couple days, then report back.

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Originally Posted by ascherer
Going with this approach: Washer hack for Huret dropout?
Even with lined housing the Weinmanns are stiff, and my wife has strong but small hands. I think the dual pivots will work better for her.
Yup, that's similar to what I was thinking about. Actually, probably better, because I was thinking about making it out of aluminium, so that would be a lot of time with a drill and a file (I don't have any heavy duty machinery). They are using copper, I think I'd rather use a thick piece of steel, cut it out and then hammer it into shape. You don't even have to heat it up. Good vise and a bit of patience would be enough with that thickness. Well, thanks for the link. That's way cheaper than sending the frame to a framebuilder for modification. And also you have the frame in its original shape.

I like the stiffness of the Weinmanns, so you know, all will be the matter of preference and getting used to the feeling of the levers. Tektro are good and I used them on several builds when I needed the reach. I liked some Shimano 1055 more, but these are difficult to find in the long version, so I have no problems whatsoever with T559 and happy to recommend them to anyone. And they can be found in both nutted and recessed nut versions, which makes them absolutely perfect for modernising older builds.
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Yup, that's similar to what I was thinking about. Actually, probably better, because I was thinking about making it out of aluminium, so that would be a lot of time with a drill and a file (I don't have any heavy duty machinery). They are using copper, I think I'd rather use a thick piece of steel, cut it out and then hammer it into shape. You don't even have to heat it up. Good vise and a bit of patience would be enough with that thickness. Well, thanks for the link. That's way cheaper than sending the frame to a framebuilder for modification. And also you have the frame in its original shape.

I like the stiffness of the Weinmanns, so you know, all will be the matter of preference and getting used to the feeling of the levers. Tektro are good and I used them on several builds when I needed the reach. I liked some Shimano 1055 more, but these are difficult to find in the long version, so I have no problems whatsoever with T559 and happy to recommend them to anyone. And they can be found in both nutted and recessed nut versions, which makes them absolutely perfect for modernising older builds.
Here's one I made from a larger flat washer. Believe I used stainless. As you said, a good vice and patient forming work, voila. I think I used a socket to get the radius.

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