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Old 12-05-13, 06:20 PM
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Originally Posted by AngryFrankie View Post
My 400. Gran Compe brakes, Nitto bar/stem, Superbe Pro cranks and levers. Jim Blackburn racks. GREAT rider!

I need an elance, nice bike!
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Originally Posted by AngryFrankie View Post
My 400. Gran Compe brakes, Nitto bar/stem, Superbe Pro cranks and levers. Jim Blackburn racks. GREAT rider!

Angry Frankie!

Awesome Concept! I changed my brakes and shifters and stuff as well.

Now... How did you get that front rack to work?
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Originally Posted by The Golden Boy View Post
Angry Frankie!

Awesome Concept! I changed my brakes and shifters and stuff as well.

Now... How did you get that front rack to work?
Looks like it sits behind the brake where it bolts in. Both the front and rear.
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That's right. It is made to mount that way. That's a pretty old Jim Blackburn, and the tab with the hole had been broken off. I took a metal "P-clamp" type piece from a reflector I think, and that worked well. Here's something I did that may be useful info. The fork is made for the inserted style sleeve bolt. To flush it up so that the soft metal p-clamp piece wouldn't get deformed when I tightened the brake, I took one of the convex mountainbike brake pad washers, and inserted it into the brake hole at the back of the fork, to make it flush. Worked perfectly.

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Originally Posted by shoota View Post
Looks like it sits behind the brake where it bolts in. Both the front and rear.
Yes, it does- but the 1986/7 Trek 400 Élance have recessed brakes, I have a brand spankin' new rack like that, but the recessed nut doesn't fit through the mounting hole on the rack. The only solution that I know of is the Sheldon Nuts. I just wanted to see if Angry Frankie had devised a better, easier way.
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Originally Posted by AngryFrankie View Post
That's right. It is made to mount that way. That's a pretty old Jim Blackburn, and the tab with the hole had been broken off. I took a metal "P-clamp" type piece from a reflector I think, and that worked well. Here's something I did that may be useful info. The fork is made for the inserted style sleeve bolt. To flush it up so that the soft metal p-clamp piece wouldn't get deformed when I tightened the brake, I took one of the convex mountainbike brake pad washers, and inserted it into the brake hole at the back of the fork, to make it flush. Worked perfectly.
OK- so an upside down reflector bracket is wrapped around the rack and the recessed bolt goes through that and a convex washer takes the stress? Sweet!

Pix please?

Everyone with recessed brakes and one of those reach around racks will thank you!
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I'll try to show a pic later, GB. It's just one of those floating concave/convex mtn bike brakepad washers that let you toe-in.
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My New?er Trek 560
Just cleaned up, pretty much stock except for the Nitto Noodle bars, Kool Stop brake pads and the go fast 95 gram Carbon Fiber seat (yeah I know the seat is not period correct, but it's the race bike) It's an 88 & I love the color and it was my size so a HAD to bring it home! Right?
This is bike rescue, correct? If they're your size you have to take care of them.
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Originally Posted by dvsjes28 View Post
Picture from my ride today of my 1983 Trek 500. Gotta love Florida weather, Low 80's in December.

Picture isn't working for me. But, yes, what a beautiful morning it was today.
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Originally Posted by Vefer View Post
My New?er Trek 560
Just cleaned up, pretty much stock except for the Nitto Noodle bars, Kool Stop brake pads and the go fast 95 gram Carbon Fiber seat (yeah I know the seat is not period correct, but it's the race bike) It's an 88 & I love the color and it was my size so a HAD to bring it home! Right?
This is bike rescue, correct? If they're your size you have to take care of them.
Absolutely correct ! Also luv the color. Nice find
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Some creative Photoshop work.. took this picture this weekend on South Beach.






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Lets try this again. Picture from this weekend's ride on the Pinellas Trail. Taken at the northern end. Gotta love riding in December, Good ole florida.

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Originally Posted by vitaly66 View Post
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Are those the VO cranks? Deore XT RD?

If so, I like your style, sir.

I mean, I like your style regardless, she's a beaut. But if you've read this blog about a 1985 620 restore/conversion/upgrade/obsession, you might be familiar with the concept of Crimethink. Quality retro-styled cranks to the greatest MTB RD that just happens to be the best Commuter/Touring RD of all time is hella Crimethink.
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Originally Posted by sirclicksalot View Post
Are those the VO cranks? Deore XT RD?

If so, I like your style, sir.

I mean, I like your style regardless, she's a beaut. But if you've read this blog about a 1985 620 restore/conversion/upgrade/obsession, you might be familiar with the concept of Crimethink. Quality retro-styled cranks to the greatest MTB RD that just happens to be the best Commuter/Touring RD of all time is hella Crimethink.
The cranks are SR taken from a 1982 Trek 715 I used to own. They are as originally setup half-step 44/40, which is just about meaningless with the 9 speed cassette that is now mounted at the rear.

The 118 BCD of these SR cranks is not-so-common, so there is not too much possibility of changing chainrings anymore. Another issue is the bottom bracket has developed a little bit of pitting over the years (not that I yet feel while riding, but still). Anyway, I am presently building up a completely different crankset 46/34 and will report back when all that is done. Only now with some trepidation regarding the "Crimethink" rating the new crankset may elicit

The rear derailleur is a Suntour XC Comp, early 1990s vintage. It seems to shift well, even across the full range of the 9-speed cassette, quiet and fast. Maybe someday soon I will even go ahead and take off the dork plate...

Thanks for the kind comments, these old Treks are great!
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Originally Posted by Wildwood View Post
This one is mine now = 1985 600, I haven't changed a thing. Just cleaned the saddle a bit.
Thanks Abarth.
But you changed a few things before selling it to me, specifically the handle bar treatment (which I have kept as you had it) and maybe the RD?

I have since moved that beater Concor saddle onto my Lambert and set the original dark ano 700c rims aside (actually, those might be on the Lambert right now, too) and swapped on some wide new 27" Weinmann RM-19 rims with 1 1/4" Schwalbe HS-159s. Both seem better built for durability, which makes me feel safer when descending at breakneck speeds. Some here may be surprised that such hefty size rubber will fit a 'racy' frame like the 600, but it does, just barely. Got about 1/8" clearance under the rear brake bridge at full inflation.

Anyway, how cool is it that this bike had had three owners - since this thread got started?



The drivetrain and brakes are all Shimano 600 from that era - except the more modern 105 RD. Does anyone happen to have a long cage 6207 RD they'd like to sell? I'd love to make this thing match again, but can only find the short cage version on the big auction website. I need those big cogs on back, since I climb mountains on this thing.
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Wow Auchen, If you were to sell this one, what would you ask?
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Tires hold air and will be ready to be ridden as soon as the roads allow!
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Ghetto-rebuild-o touring bike, 1999 Trek 930 , hand painted flat black 'cause it was the hideous Red white and Blue US Postal mountain bike. (I could always strip that off if need be)

Bought the frame from a guy on here. For like 30.00. I have to send him this pic.

I actually have two of these , the other one is a beat up '87 lugged frame that is now an extra-cycle. I beat the crap out of it, I'm the original owner.

I sold my mint aluminum 1999 2200 racey bike because it gave me road shock, and so I went back to steel treks. I have to learn the method of bigger photo uploading, anybody got a thread link on that, I'd be psyched.

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Anyway, how cool is it that this bike had had three owners - since this thread got started?

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Hope that is not a bad omen for the length of your ownership and that you get to enjoy it longer/more than either abarth or myself.
I can see where the larger wheels and tires might be ideal, esp for the chipseal roads you ride. Funny that I preferred it with tubulars. Glad it went to someone who can ride it more aggressively, sure is a comfortable frame, eh? With such a tall headtube riding in the drops is an easy pleasure.
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Ghetto-rebuild-o touring bike, 1999 Trek 930 , hand painted flat black ....

I actually have two of these... I have to learn the method of bigger photo uploading, anybody got a thread link on that, I'd be psyched.


Two of 'em?!




In order to show bigger pics all you need to do is bracket your images file path with html image tags, thus:

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or copy the html code direct from your Photobucket account. That's what most guys do here and it helps to keep your BF images organized.
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Glad it went to someone who can ride it more aggressively
You mean like this?



(Dead-end logging road west of Lake Crescent. I actually tried to go up that skidder track you can see on the hillside. Bushwhacked a couple hundred yards through chest-high brush to get there, and then all the way back when I saw that I could barely WALK up that track, much less ride it. Both ways with a big blue bicycle on my back.)
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1978 TX700 after repaint and 10 speed group.

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CL find this past week. As found.

Call it the Miami Vice Trek...That is the only significant paint chip.

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