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Old 05-27-24, 04:59 PM
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Nothing exciting but still some wrenching this afternoon. First task- swapped saddles on the Trek 800 I'm selling for a friend and put the saddle from the 800 on his 2014 CAADX.

Installed Shimano pedals on my wife's Verve 3 and the Quick 1 to replace the Raceface Rides.







Then I did a back to back comp of the CAADX to a 2004 Trek 2300 the same friend picked up. Yeah, the 2300 was the winner.

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Old 05-27-24, 05:25 PM
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Spent about a half hour in the garage this afternoon (98 degrees out) swapping out handlebars on my Revolution E-Stay.
Added a period set of Scott AT-4 bars. Still need to get a new roll of black bar tape to wrap them though.



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Originally Posted by Desert Ryder
(98 degrees out)
We're getting into the "hey, it's only 98 degrees" part of the year. I spent much of today (which might be the last double-digit day until October) helping a friend pull & clean the Dura-Ace drivetrain on his 2006 BMC, after which I set him up with his own immersion wax for his chain. Plus getting through another bin of inner tubes.
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Originally Posted by Desert Ryder
Spent about a half hour in the garage this afternoon (98 degrees out) swapping out handlebars on my Revolution E-Stay.
Added a period set of Scott AT-4 bars. Still need to get a new roll of black bar tape to wrap them though.


OK, I'll say it.

Great Scott!!

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Old 05-30-24, 06:31 AM
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Apparently, it's going to be the Raleigh Superbe next.


I did a shake down ride on it Tuesday and all was fine. Last nights group ride, though...rear wheel loosened up and shifted, threw the chain going over some rough bumps, kicked up a stick with the rear wheel and bent a fender stay. On top of all that, I feel like I did five rounds in a boxing ring and got my a$$ kicked. I hurt in places I forgot I had.
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It’s a wrap!

Been a while since the original purchase.
Oh that’s bright

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Old 05-30-24, 06:20 PM
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Next steps on the Peugeot City Express I recently put new wheels on.


Removing the billboard decals from the rims. Lots of decals, sticky glue residue, a lot of effort to make them look "better" but had to be done.


Broke out the C&V hairdryer


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That's a lot of decals

After some trial and error, I found using the heat to get started, but not while peeling, left way less glue residue. Cleaned off glue with some 90% rubbing alcohol, worked way better with microfiber cloth than with t-shirt rag.

Pulled the ugly & not very comfortable "Cionlli" saddle. JPR seatpost attachment was a new one to me, saw an exploded/broken one in another thread, I can understand how it happened, certain finesse to re-tightening without binding. Replaced saddle with a good looking but very Uncomfortable (for my butt) saddle, I think I will probably try something else.




Removed the kickstand





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Cleaning up this late 90’s Hardrock




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Packed the wheel bearings.
Picked a few things for my MTB BMX conversion.
Single speed freewheel installed, a couple different color grips, and a set of lever covers



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@cjefferds, I'm glad you were able to make it work. I really like my Super Course, too.
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I found the front tire on the Old Phart Lefsa Special a bit low, so I put some air in it. When I removed the air chuck, I was sprayed with green snot. Apparently the front tube was self sealing though not doing a very good job of it. I yanked that tube and replaced it with a new and less disgusting tube. I have a pile of tubes to be patched. The self sealing tube is not in that pile.
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I've been making a few period correct-ish changes to my Wes Mason.

Started off with installing a close enough date stamped Brooks Professional saddle, replacing a much later version. Very comfy.


Recently got a 'right place at the right time' ebay score for some Campagnolo globe logo hoods, so I swapped them out from the SOMA hoods had I put on when I built the bike.


And lastly, for now anyway, I got a vintage Phil Wood bottom bracket that happened to be attached to a Campagnolo triple crankset. I replaced the bearings in the bottom bracket.
I didn't like the gearing of the chainrings that were on the triple, so I put the 52/42 rings that were on the double crankset onto the triple. I need to lower the derailleur a bit and do some final cable adjusting, but I'm looking forward to seeing how this works in the hills around here. It's gotta be an improvement.
I also painted the logos on the crank arms and the grooves in the spider arms.
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Originally Posted by bikamper
I have a pile of tubes to be patched. The self sealing tube is not in that pile.
As I plow through the backlog of hundreds of tubes to be tested and/or patched in preparation for the fall wrenching season, I have a "three strikes" rule; e.g. I will patch a tube with 1 or 2 detectable holes, but 3 or more goes in the trash (as experience has shown the number of holes in such tubes is typically greater than 3). I consider slime or sealant in a tube to be an automatic first strike, as the stuff treats a valve like a hole in the tube (which technically it is) and tries to clog/seal it, and because it can be masking holes that can reopen as the stuff moves or dries.
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Been working on my Sekine SHS 271, it's my commuter.



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I redid the whole braking setup for the Graveller and moved the cross levers to a much more comfortable wide posiiton. It's basically like having two bars in one. Drops and hoods, with a fairly decent straight handlebar with brake levers in the middle.
Tons of mounting space for accessories in the middle but not sure what else I am going to mount on there besides a Garmin- and a Quad-lock mount.

I got these handy cable oilers that serve as a way to add oil to a brake cable by sliding/removing a rubber o-ring. It works pretty well. Should have gotten two or more of them but I didn't update the numbers when ordering them.

Not very happy with the way the light now sits with the Velo Orange light bracket. It's way too far to the side and in a vulnerable position.
I guess it's time to DIY something with an old chainring again.








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Originally Posted by SoCaled
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Replaced saddle with a good looking but very Uncomfortable (for my butt) saddle, I think I will probably try something else.

Shame that the saddle is uncomfortable. It matches the paint details perfectly.

Also, i had no idea that plastic razor blades existed. Looks like they'd be super helpful for jobs like that where you don't want to scratch or remove paint. Thanks!

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Originally Posted by JaccoW
I guess it's time to DIY something with an old chainring again.



that chainring bracket looks amazing! I'm guessing that light is powered by a generator somewhere? I'm going to have to remember this for when I build up a tourer.
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Originally Posted by djimb
that chainring bracket looks amazing! I'm guessing that light is powered by a generator somewhere? I'm going to have to remember this for when I build up a tourer.
Yes, virtually all my bikes use dynamo hubs. That particular one is the Batavus Randonneur GL.
It's fairly easy to make. I'm about to head into my shed looking for a new one to modify.
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Originally Posted by djimb
Also, i had no idea that plastic razor blades existed. Looks like they'd be super helpful for jobs like that where you don't want to scratch or remove paint. Thanks!
I found mine at Menards. They only had one type, but they have worked well for everything I used them on and they were cheap. plastic razor blades
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I recently acquired an old bicycle branded as a SPECT JR Competition. Made in Belgium. I posted an inquiry with pictures in another post.

Well now I am considering restoring it myself. Started by removing the seat post and it was not rusted in place. So, I'm thinking this might be a very positive indication of what would be ahead.

Never had a project bike.
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it's cool damp morning so the folks here at Trash Panda Werks are hustling to, sadly, get the Boarala redy to sell. It's a great bike but just too small. we're also busy tinkering on Samantha trying to get her back on track, plus looking for lots of things to sell at the Classic Bicycles Auburn Show next weekend. If you see me say Hi and check out my goodies for sale.





LOOK A SPANNER! In the modern cartridge BB era you don't get to use these too often


Campanutella tchotchkes 1st maybe second generation aero levers? No QR button but the little plate for the cable to ride on.
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Like I said, time to make a new bracket from an old chainring.

First chainrings I came across were from a Stronglight crankset with a cracked NDS crank. But then I realized all these chainrings do have the original Stronglight markings on them.

Then I came across a much thinner Shimano chainring with corrosion spots here and there so I knew I had found my donor. After some sawing, drilling and filing I had the basic shape.
Now, big teeth might look cool but they are also pretty sharp. So I filed down the chainring teeth and dulled them. You can still see it used to be a chainring but it no longer is a safety hazard.

Using some smaller files and some 180/400/600 grit sandpaper I polished the rest of the bracket and the end result is this:
More pictures of the whole process can be found in this post.




Stronglioght crankset disassembled



Looking good and shortened the bolt
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good night- I think I’ve had this as a project from almost a year ago- Allez Merz Edition

its just now test rideable- just wrap up the bars and worked out the cables…. sort of mostly- probably ok enough not to crash….

The short list of weeping and gnashing of teeth…
stuck seat post- dissolved
stuck stem- dissolved
rusted cable guide- removed and brazed on some under top tube bits
out of alignment a smidge - 2x4 back to string tolerance
i think the RD hanger is still off a few degrees…
the paint… decided to try Spray.Bike. Oy. No close ups. This is as close as I get. Never again.
I assembled a 600 group set, but the DT Shifters were not right. I got RivBike silvers on there now.
I had another wheelset I was going to use, but they were on the Trek420 and I sold it.
So grabbed these 130mm ultegra hub wheels I hold in reserve for my nice cross bike, and they fit with little rear triangle spreading. Maybe I build a dedicated set at some point with the correct group set hubs.

test ride later today…
i think i go with the Ritchy seat behind the Imperial stout instead of the Ideale’. Anybody need the Ideale’?

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Wheel building is my favorite way to wrench.


I bought a few sets of Soma rims when they were on sale, including these 24mm wide Weymouths. I’m pretty sure I plucked the 105 rear hub from the Box ‘o Crap a few rounds ago, and @Andy_K provided the Tiagra front. Sapim Race spokes, and a few twists of the spoke wrench later…


Now for tires - these are marked as 35 and measure 31. There’s a lot of room so I’m going to see how wide I can go. Someone opined that this is like a poor man’s Rivendell. Fair enough, but my point of view is that this 85 Shogun touring is squarely in the design crosshairs for Riv, Crust, and other contemporary steel gravel offerings. To me, this is a smart man’s Riv.
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