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Old 02-10-19, 10:38 PM
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Resto Mod finished ... 1986 Alan Record Carbonio ... Garage Door Stage
Just finished this ... short rides only until I get the Suntour Cyclone stuff sorted.
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Old 02-11-19, 10:07 AM
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Resto Mod finished ... 1986 Alan Record Carbonio ... Garage Door Stage
Just finished this ... short rides only until I get the Suntour Cyclone stuff sorted.
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Beautiful
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Old 02-11-19, 10:20 AM
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JD another job beautifully Well done.
That vintage carbon is Crazy Cool.
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Old 02-11-19, 04:08 PM
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RobbieTunes, Texaspandj ...

An Iron Man , a Peugeot, and an Italian Carbon bike ... the journey continues ...
Thanks-
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Old 02-17-19, 03:13 PM
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Got this 84' Comp TA from RobbieTunes as a frame / fork / headset . This build I wanted to come close to stock as I could . Robbie got the frame from a small independent bike shop , I think it was in Indiana . Anyhow after a few phone calls to the shop owner to try and get the parts I gave up , he was a very nice guy and all but I got the impression he didn't want to mess with shipping and listing the stuff to me and pricing it all . So the hunt began for parts , the Comp TA used Shimano 600 6207 for all the shifter / brake / headset bits the wheels were Suzue hubs with Araya rims all black ano with black nipples . Very good looking IMO . I think I'm going to give the Indy guy a call to see if he still has that wheelset , he told me it was tubular . I really got educated on the DT shifters , 6208 SIS does not work .
This was the picture and nomenclature I was working from , thanks @fleslider .
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Here is the finished bike as it sits now , gotta' get that wheelset


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Old 02-17-19, 03:14 PM
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Great looking bike Mark.
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Old 02-17-19, 03:20 PM
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Thank you so much @mrglassonbike , tell us about your stuff .
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By now, most people think I change all my bikes to modern stuff.
Well, lately I've not been doing that, with some (gasp!) friction bikes in the herd, some Campy Syncro (double gasp!), etc.

Nice paint, lined lugs. I do need to put the rear axle adjusters back in, I suppose.

1985 Bob Jackson Limited Edition. 53cm ST, 54cm TT. Campagnolo dropouts/fork ends, Haden lugs.

Cinelli steering, Shimano 600AX post holding a Prologo perch. DA7400 brake levers, Rustines hoods.




DA 7400 RD, modified with a longer cage. Specialized compact triple crankset, square taper, uses the DA7400 BB just fine. Suntour Mountech FD.




DA7400 2/3 x 6 shifters. Veloflex Masters on Mavic Open S.U.P. CD rims.




7400 calipers with OEM pads. Reynolds 531 Professional tubing.




Suntour Mountech FD, 7400 pedals with L cages. Note the barrel adjuster is Campy. I'm looking for a DA version.




DA 7400 hubs, rear is a 6sp DA freewheel 12-24. I did not remove the freewheel to clean those inner spokes. I'll have to do that.




Fizik wrap. Unk bottle cage, with a lower bolt that is reamed. I'll work on that with an EZ-Out reverse thread screw.








Haden made the lugs, I believe.
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Old 02-17-19, 07:51 PM
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What can I say RT ? Beautiful . that red pops , DA 7400 is some of my favorite stuff . The AX levers look right , the black is a nice contrast . LLLL (long live lug lining)

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Old 02-17-19, 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by markwesti View Post
What can I say RT ? Beautiful . that red pops , DA 7400 is some of my favorite stuff . The AX levers look right , the black is a nice contrast . LLLL (long live lug lining)

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Very kind words, Mark. Same color as my Comp TA and Merckx. The 80's were such a competitive time, at least for the bikes I like.
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Old 02-17-19, 11:42 PM
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Pretty neat-O!

BTW, Rustines hoods for SR brake levers fit 7400 non-aero levers perfectly; even come in black.
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Old 02-18-19, 09:11 AM
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
By now, most people think I change all my bikes to modern stuff.
Well, lately I've not been doing that, with some (gasp!) friction bikes in the herd, some Campy Syncro (double gasp!), etc.

Nice paint, lined lugs. I do need to put the rear axle adjusters back in, I suppose.

1985 Bob Jackson Limited Edition. 53cm ST, 54cm TT. Campagnolo dropouts/fork ends, Haden lugs.


Cinelli steering, Shimano 600AX post holding a Prologo perch. Modolo brake levers.




DA 7400 RD, modified with a longer cage. Specialized compact triple crankset, square taper, uses the DA7400 BB just fine. Suntour Mountech FD.




DA7400 2/3 x 6 shifters. Veloflex Masters on Mavic Open S.U.P. CD rims.




7400 calipers with OEM pads. Reynolds 531 Professional tubing.




Suntour Mountech FD, 7400 pedals with L cages. Note the barrel adjuster is Campy. I'm looking for a DA version.




DA 7400 hubs, rear is a 6sp DA freewheel 12-24. I did not remove the freewheel to clean those inner spokes. I'll have to do that.




Fizik wrap. Unk bottle cage, with a lower bolt that is reamed. I'll work on that with an EZ-Out reverse thread screw.








Haden made the lugs, I believe.
Say-wheat! Red and shiny. Fricton shifting compact triple. Easy to find a gear you like. That looks like an enjoyable ride. Well done. Could that be the SOTR ride? I guess I am going to bring 3-4 bikes and decide when I get there.
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Old 02-18-19, 09:17 AM
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This thread is very similar to the STI/Ergo thread. You check in and see more beautiful bikes.
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Old 02-18-19, 09:21 AM
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@RobbieTunes Can you tell me more about the long cage mod to the DA7400 rear derailleur?

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Old 02-18-19, 12:26 PM
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This thread is very similar to the STI/Ergo thread. You check in and see more beautiful bikes.
I keep my ugly bikes to myself.
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Old 02-18-19, 12:29 PM
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@RobbieTunes Can you tell me more about the long cage mod to the DA7400 rear derailleur?

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Appears to be a cage swap with the 6200 series.
Came to me as such. Sorry 😐
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@RobbieTunes, thanks for responding. You've given me a good lead.

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I keep my ugly bikes to myself.
Time to revive an old thread?
the ugliest bike you own...
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" Can you tell me more about the long cage mod to the DA7400 rear derailleur?"

Yes. It is a genetic mutant and a crime against humanity.
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I currently have access to a CNC machine and 4 3D printers. One of them uses carbon fiber. I will try to get some stuff like this and some jockey wheels made. I need to design a cool name/logo to put on them. These are high schoolers working in CAD classes. I will start with basic projects to see how they do.
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Old 02-20-19, 01:58 AM
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Thank you so much @mrglassonbike , tell us about your stuff .
I dont have anything special, just ride bikes with the family :-)
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Old 02-20-19, 10:35 AM
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Wow! So many great vintage bikes!
Here are three of my own favorites:
1989 Marinoni Special (my favorite) recently picked up the Delta brakes, love them! Always loved the way they look, with modern Kool Stop bads they work as good as they look.
@retrodude - exceptionally nice Marinoni and excellent clean-up on Schwinn.
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Picked up this Treviso on rough shape, pretty happy with how it turned out! Put some miles on it and it rides surprisingly like my much pricier, much newer race bike.
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'85 pinarello (steel) treviso in the san diego wilds

Interesting - never seen a Treviso with internal cable routing. Is there a chainstay bridge? I was thinking it might be an early Montello, but then the clamp on FD tells me no.

Wouldn't mind seeing some images of the fork crown, seat cluster, bottom bracket, etc.

Original paint? Oh right, the decals are still there, of course it's not
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