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Old 02-08-20, 09:39 PM
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My pedals arrived ...
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Old 02-08-20, 09:43 PM
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Luckily both of them
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Classic leather helmet *keen condition*

Did not came by post.. But picked it up.
Old helmet in very nice 'almost new' condition


Inside of helmet

Helmet Outside.
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CL purchase for <$130. A wheel set of Campagnolo Record hubs, Campy 10V block, Ambrosia rims and contental tires.
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Slated for the De Rosa Professional. Guess the color scheme is going to be black and red with some polished AL. Thinking about Campagnolo 10V Carbon Ti RD.
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Santini Masi jersey for Eroica CA.
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Not much for me but I did get some nice shifters.

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Originally Posted by cboy1980
Did not came by post.. But picked it up.
Old helmet in very nice 'almost new' condition


Inside of helmet

Helmet Outside.
Awesome!
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@cboy198 Sweet helmet


I almost dont want to use this freewheel but at least it'll stay NOS for a few months,

NOS Dua Ace 7400 7 speed 12-19 freewheel




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A few freewheels...
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Old 02-14-20, 11:50 PM
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My interanl cable guides arrive today. The link was posted in some thread hereabouts. they're 3 for $6.99 USD.

https://www.chainreactioncycles.com/...&sku=sku693641

They're pretty hard but should work.



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Old 02-15-20, 02:24 PM
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Another piece of the puzzle showed up and they fit like a glove !! A couple more pieces and the picture will be complete.
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Original Daniel Rebour drawing from 1949

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Old 02-16-20, 06:28 AM
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Not in the post exactly, but the effect was the same. Yay!

I'd bought these in Gaiole in October, and managed to misplace the bag when unpacking as I got back home. Just found it again.
  • a generic white cap
  • a pair of black hoods for Universal 77 levers
  • a pair of unused-looking but very incomplete MAFAC "RAID" brakes
  • a new bottle cage with handlebar fittings
  • two pairs of hoods for Campagnolo levers
  • a new pair of my favorite gloves

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Some goodies which will get scattered among my many projects. Nice Cinelli and Shimano parts from Miguel. A Shimano Tiagra triple crank from Dave.

Thanks to both you two!


Couple of days ago.

About a week ago.
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Old 02-18-20, 04:15 PM
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Some goodies which will get scattered among my many projects. Nice Cinelli and Shimano parts from Miguel. A Shimano Tiagra triple crank from Dave.

Thanks to both you two!


Couple of days ago.

About a week ago.
Those brake levers are very pretty!

Does that towel say "French Rust"?
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non-fixie That whole pile o’ parts is pretty! But I know what you mean.

French rust, ha ha! We’re looking at a coffee table, that’s French roast!
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Glad the package arrived safely 3speedslow


This arrived today for the Bianchi Krono..Mavic Bullhorn


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Pursuit bullhorns are my bars of choice on my Messenger work bikes! Like that Mavic one. Spell correct thinks they are good too, kept changing the word to magic!
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Picked up 4 NISI CORA TORO tubular rims today from CL. NOS.
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DA SL-7700


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Local library didn't have it, so I blew about eight bucks via eBay:


Then I blew a couple hours watching it, along with the extras. Silly stuff, but fun, and some interesting history. Fun to see our own Repack Rider featured.

Maybe I'll buy another copy and donate it to the library, as a sort of dare, see if they'll shelve it.
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patented Stuck-No-More tool

This just arrived. I've been itching to try this idea for removing a beyond-stuck seatpost fragment. The 8" extension should come any day. It will either self-pilot on the seatpost ID or ventilate the seat tube. Wish me luck!

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So the intention is to drill all the way through the length of the remaining post, and chip out what's left? Presuming it's a 27mm-ish seat post, that leaves less than a mm of material left. Should be easy to remove, but it's awful close for comfort as well.
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Took delivery of a pair of Sturmfist 4's that were on clearance. It's still relatively cold in my neck of the woods so I'm hoping that they will get plenty use for the remainder of the season.

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Took delivery of a pair of Sturmfist 4's that were on clearance. It's still relatively cold in my neck of the woods so I'm hoping that they will get plenty use for the remainder of the season.

great purchase! I use mountaineering mittens. My fingers and face need warming most.
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