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What shifter mounts are these?

Old 02-04-21, 07:36 PM
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What shifter mounts are these?

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Old 02-04-21, 08:14 PM
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Kelly take-off?: https://www.kellybike.com/product/ta...t-lever-mount/

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Old 02-04-21, 08:16 PM
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Maybe more like WTB?
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Maybe more like WTB?
Yeah, not Kelly.

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Need more pics of that Salsa!
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Need more pics of that Salsa!
Ask and Google shall provide.
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Ask and Google shall provide.

Didn't realize it wasn't the OP's. A Big Pile of Old Bikes: 1992 Salsa Ala Carte with Jelly Bean Paint
I am trying to figure out how that stem (Steve Potts built!!) is working. It looks like a threaded steerer, so not sure what the stem is clamping onto. Any guesses?
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Didn't realize it wasn't the OP's. A Big Pile of Old Bikes: 1992 Salsa Ala Carte with Jelly Bean Paint
I am trying to figure out how that stem (Steve Potts built!!) is working. It looks like a threaded steerer, so not sure what the stem is clamping onto. Any guesses?
Tube brazed into the threaded steerer.
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