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Old 04-23-16, 12:43 AM
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
An early Univega, nice. Good tubing with # 2 Tange plus the iconic Shimano arabesque group. Worth a clean up.
Best of the bunch, for sure. I've got a friend who just last week asked me if he should buy a fairly horrible modern step-though Fuji Cambridge at one of the LBSs (Not the Nexus IGH model). I'm going to clean up this Univega and see if he bites on it, instead. (For about $200 less) I love my LBS guys, but I just picked up 7 free bikes I really, really need to get rid of.

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Went over to Goodwill yesterday and found a Hercules(Raleigh) 3 speed. Had to adjust everything, install a new seat, a new spoke and here she is. All she really needs is a new front tire. $20 was the total investment so far. That's more than I would normally spend on a cruiser but this one had potential. Glad I saved it.
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Old 04-23-16, 06:57 AM
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Originally Posted by gugie
Two frames, both with an issue that my torch can fix:

Three legged 1974 Raleigh International, front right hoof is gone. I did check for 650b tire size, a bit too tight for 42's, but 38's could definitely work.



Atala, unknown vintage. Haven't checked threading, seatpost size, etc. Some hipster fixie idjit hacked the derailleur hanger off. Fully chromed, but unpolished under the paint. I like the beausage of this one. It's missing some chunks of paint here and there, but no rust. If I braze a hanger back on, the chrome takes a hit there. Maybe an IGH in it's future.



Both would be worth a lot more than what I paid for them without the frame damage. Both have nice, shiny chrome, 8 out of 10 on the gugie scale. The International has to be fixed. I've done that job before. The Atala could be fixed, or should I say, un-fixed? In both cases the chrome would be compromised.

Now where's that post from the British fellow with the DIY chrome tutorial?
Rather than screw up the chrome on the Atala, why not just go with a claw-mounted derailleur and call it good? Look on the bright side: Now there are no limits to what you can use for a derailleur. Campagnolo, Huret, Simplex--anything goes (well, sure it's it Italian bike, so Campagnolo is probably the thing).
If you braze on a hanger, you've got to pick one or the other.
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Old 04-23-16, 09:08 AM
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Unfortunately, I didn't take a photo but I can describe what I did. I basically created a seat post just like a bar stem. I went to a used bike parts shop and picked up a long stem bolt and the expander piece from a mountain bike stem. I think it was a 1 1/8" stem. The shop had a box full of the bolts and it cost me a $1. I had an alloy seatpost so I drilled down from the top using a bit the size of the stem bolt so that the hole was centered in post. There was only about 2 inches I had to drill. I then drilled down about a 1/4 or so with a larger bit so that the top of the stem bolt was countersunk a little when it was placed thru the hole and into the seatpost. I then cut off a piece near the end of the seatpost at an angle just like they are on a bar stem. I screwed on the stem expander piece slipped the seatpost into the seat tube and cranked her down. I then mounted the saddle on the seatpost. It worked great.
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Looks good. How did you build the quill seatpost? Do you have a pic?

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Old 04-23-16, 10:50 AM
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
Rather than screw up the chrome on the Atala, why not just go with a claw-mounted derailleur and call it good? Look on the bright side: Now there are no limits to what you can use for a derailleur. Campagnolo, Huret, Simplex--anything goes (well, sure it's it Italian bike, so Campagnolo is probably the thing).
If you braze on a hanger, you've got to pick one or the other.
I agree, a big part of the appeal on the Atala is the chrome socks, lugs, and fork tangs. And although I dislike cable clamps, some nice, silvery bit holding cables in place would look right on this bike.

When I saw the pic of the International on the Co-op website, I stared at the very low price and hurried down. My heart sank when I saw the missing fork dropout, then I realized there was a reason for the low price. The rest of the frame was in such great shape I bought it anyway. The Atala was hanging next to it, again with a bargain price, so I had them bring it down from the ceiling hook, again with a reason for the low price.

It's like going to the pound and seeing a nice dog with a bad leg, knowing there's a good chance no one will pick it up, feeling that the poor mutt needs a home, then, as you're about to drive away with your new best friend, seeing said dog locking eyes with his cell mate, so you turn around and pick up the other one, and they both walk out with tails wagging, happy as clams. I know I can't save 'em all, but...
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Old 04-24-16, 08:53 AM
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Originally Posted by rjhammett
Unfortunately, I didn't take a photo but I can describe what I did. I basically created a seat post just like a bar stem. I went to a used bike parts shop and picked up a long stem bolt and the expander piece from a mountain bike stem. I think it was a 1 1/8" stem. The shop had a box full of the bolts and it cost me a $1. I had an alloy seatpost so I drilled down from the top using a bit the size of the stem bolt so that the hole was centered in post. There was only about 2 inches I had to drill. I then drilled down about a 1/4 or so with a larger bit so that the top of the stem bolt was countersunk a little when it was placed thru the hole and into the seatpost. I then cut off a piece near the end of the seatpost at an angle just like they are on a bar stem. I screwed on the stem expander piece slipped the seatpost into the seat tube and cranked her down. I then mounted the saddle on the seatpost. It worked great.
Thanks! That's perfect. I'll give it a shot.
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Old 04-25-16, 07:06 AM
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Well, picked up a VERY ugly Cannondale yesterday. It's an 88 model road bike, and has had all of the paint stripped off. Deep dish flip flop wheelset(pretty much new) a GB stem, straight bars, and no name dual pivot brakes. Has a braze on FD, for which I will need to find the bracket, or make one. It's a bolt on style, and the previous owner is going to check his stash for it. Anyway, i think some new paint is in order, and I have the 88 decal set still. Then 8 speed Dura Ace that's on the Tempo right now. Should be fun! Pictures later, you guys will cringe, lol!,,,,BD
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Old 04-25-16, 09:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Bikedued
Well, picked up a VERY ugly Cannondale yesterday. It's an 88 model road bike, and has had all of the paint stripped off. Deep dish flip flop wheelset(pretty much new) a GB stem, straight bars, and no name dual pivot brakes. Has a braze on FD, for which I will need to find the bracket, or make one. It's a bolt on style, and the previous owner is going to check his stash for it. Anyway, i think some new paint is in order, and I have the 88 decal set still. Then 8 speed Dura Ace that's on the Tempo right now. Should be fun! Pictures later, you guys will cringe, lol!,,,,BD
Picked up an 89' Cannondale this weekend. Those years were popular to go fixed on some models , with the 126 spacing and higher ground clearance. Don't know if you'll be able to squeeze that 8 in there.
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Originally Posted by curbtender
Picked up an 89' Cannondale this weekend. Those years were popular to go fixed on some models , with the 126 spacing and higher ground clearance. Don't know if you'll be able to squeeze that 8 in there.
I'd think he'd be fine with 8 speed. The '90 I just traded off took a 9 speed wheel without issue.
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Dangit, if I had only known?? I looked at the catalog page for the 88 SR 500, and ot came with a blue Nitto stem. The same guy sold me the blue stem that was very beat up, about 3 years ago.,,,,BD
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Originally Posted by nesteel
I'd think he'd be fine with 8 speed. The '90 I just traded off took a 9 speed wheel without issue.
I have a 89 Road and i have a 130mm hub with 9 speed on it. just needs a little finessing with the 128mm Drops.
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That will be one of the first things I do when I get home. Checking the rear wheel fit. It will keep the Schwinn 564 fork that's on it, rather than searching for a Tange. It has a prettier crown than the stock fork anyway. The fixed wheelset, I may do a recreation of the black Voyageur I built a few years ago.,,,,BD

Or maybe, they will go onto the Team Miyata frame. The tires will have to be upsized though, with 23's they ride like you're on solid rubber tires. stiff as a piece of 1/2 steel.

Okay, it doesn't look quite as ugly in a picture. It was a black one, which I have paint for, and I have 88 decals. Maybe something that will blend better with the red rims... Hmmm.




The 8 speed wheels dropped in like they were made for the bike. Just a slight pull outward on the drops, and they went right in. No struggle at all.



Annnnnd.. Maybe. @mountaindave actually came and looked at this bike once when it had the 8 speed group. I doubt he would approve, hehehe.


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Originally Posted by Bikedued
...Or maybe, they will go onto the Team Miyata frame. The tires will have to be upsized though, with 23's they ride like you're on solid rubber tires. stiff as a piece of 1/2 steel...
Annnnnd.. Maybe. @mountaindave actually came and looked at this bike once when it had the 8 speed group. I doubt he would approve, hehehe.

Aaaa!!! The horrors!!!!
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Got the Cannondale presentable. Looks to be a 90' sr400. Wheels have been changed, but it rides nice...
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Originally Posted by mountaindave
Aaaa!!! The horrors!!!!
Updated pic. The frame itself was a catch of the day once, for $10. Bottom bracket is a Tange Seiki 109mm, with a Origin 8 crankset. KMC nickel plated chain. Stronglight Hinault headset, though it may get changed due to too much stack height. A 600/DA star style works, and is almost as light. I need some new pedals too, as I hardly have any regular shoe pedals anymore. Sold them on bikes, etc. I am already falling out of love with the ergo bars, so I may go round bend. Brakes are some levers I had, and dual pivot SLR 105. Like jewelry, hehe. It might get the Super Turbo as well.,,,,BD



And as of this evening. I could only stand about an hour of working outside. Getting too humid to work outside already, and the mosquitos are going crazy. This is more what I had in mind. Maybe some blue Fizik perforated wrap this weekend. Solid turquoise, or medium metallic blue if that's all they have. Position is very nice, and comfy. I will try to dig up some slightly fatter 700's too. These ride a little stiff already being Cheng Shins, and they're 23's. I can fit 25's I believe. Anything will help, as these rims ride like a steam roller with an unpadded seat.


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Old 04-29-16, 07:14 PM
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I got an old Maino touring bike. It has a 4 speed freewheel and Campagnolo Sport rear derailleur.


Does anyone know anything about this bike? I can't find much online. Maybe I'll give it a separate thread.
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What kind of dumps are you going to? My udnerstanding is that normal bystanders cant go to a dump and scavenge? What are the best places to look for bikes besides flea market and thrift stores and pawn shops?
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What kind of dumps are you going to? My udnerstanding is that normal bystanders cant go to a dump and scavenge? What are the best places to look for bikes besides flea market and thrift stores and pawn shops?
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found these poor souls languishing in the scrapper bin at the coop, spotted the Campy Gran Sport FD on the peug.. the raleigh gs is my size, i might build it up as a parts bin bike and keep it as a beater, if i can fix the rear stay..


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after closer inspection the peugeot's forks are tweaked, and the gs's may be as well, not too bad i may be able to salvage the Raleigh, the peugeot is way to small for me, so ill probably strip and leave out for the scrappers.
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Fujitsu Royale and a Trek 620. Got it from a guy who is a hoarder. Felt bad because I got both for 10 dollars
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Go back and see if he has a 620 in 24 inch.,,,,BD
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Picked up this Hardrock Sport for $15 at a thrift store this morning. Drop bars coming in 3..2...1...
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