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Old 02-23-22, 06:36 PM
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A Nitto Technomic Deluxe quill stem. 90mm extension.


This is one of the things the Navy tried to beat into us or uh rather instill in us at Aviation Fundamental School, the correct fitting wrench for a bolt or nut should supply all the torque needed to properly tighten it. That doesn’t always apply to removing said nut or bolt
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Latest one here!

Book ends or one for each shop! One indoor and one outdoor shop now that I can work outdoors year round!
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Shimano 105 (5800) shifters, FD and RD - to upgrade my 2013 Giant TCR SL2 to 11-speed.
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Kyokuto Pro Ace pedals. I knew these were really dirty, but they should clean up nicely.

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No post today just a local buy.

Very clean Elite cages for the Sport SX.

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Old 02-26-22, 02:58 PM
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Got in some parts for m KHS build. Dura Ace logo'd bar end plugs and crankset dustcovers. Also a Profile Design stem that should work for my build.


Spent about an hour polishing the stem.
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I always wanted one.



Dura Ace 11-30 11-speed cassette.
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A really nice Deore RD in black, from @sloar.
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A pristine Campy Olympus set for who knows what project. VAR tool for lock rings, a Nitto Pearl 9 stem...one of the cooler stems around and a unique liberator snakeskin saddle for one of the teacher bikes I am building.


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Latest one here!

Book ends or one for each shop! One indoor and one outdoor shop now that I can work outdoors year round!

Sometimes you never see these…then, bang, boom! Ya got’a ‘nother one! Seller said it didn’t work…Dickied with the little on/off switch, installed a new battery and it’s keeping perfect time like the other two!
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A couple of jerseys (it's getting hotter here in AZ and all I brought with were black jerseys). One a contrasting blue/black and this one:



While I've made a concerted effort to get away from overly-sponsored jerseys over the last decade or so, this one spoke to me. Plus, the colorway works perfectly when paired with this:



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Old 02-28-22, 03:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude
A couple of jerseys (it's getting hotter here in AZ and all I brought with were black jerseys). One a contrasting blue/black and this one:



While I've made a concerted effort to get away from overly-sponsored jerseys over the last decade or so, this one spoke to me. Plus, the colorway works perfectly when paired with this:



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That’s actually a really cool jersey...like a Wednesday in soccer. Very understated sponsor logos...
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Two Reginas and a NR post

Thanks to pastorbobnlnh and @Brewsmith

Pastor Bob is the swami of six speeds, the guru of grease and the bodhisattva of ball bearings!



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Old 03-03-22, 11:44 AM
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Just got the swell set of DuraAce 7700 9spd downtube shifters for the semi-weight weenie build.
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After seeing the velomateos Rossin thread, I decided to revive my own Rossin. These showed up today(relatively quick even, from the UK).

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These don't pop up too often in ebay in 90mm or smaller so as soon as I saw this one I snatched it up.

Decent condition and I think fits better than the current zipp stem on my Bianchi Intenso.

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I look forward to seeing it!


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After seeing the velomateos Rossin thread, I decided to revive my own Rossin. These showed up today(relatively quick even, from the UK).

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Today this one is back from the PC shop in Indy. Decals are here from Greg in OZ and will be the next project.

Frame as it came back

The detail is clean and should be easy to paintfil

More detail

Lots of painting tulips

Bottom bracket is logo-ed

Lots of brass in the joints but the PC folks really did a good job of cleaning the frame for me
More to come...
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:More pics:

I saved the head-badge

Super clean from the PC shop so clear coat will be on the steerer tube

Very nice joints on the fork crown very little run of the brass
It looks like I will be doing a bit of paint fill on the small parts but overall it came out pretty nice after some wicked exposure to Florida salt air. It will be a bit before it is ready for the final clear coat but I think it will be better than when it came into the shop. Smiles, MH

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:More pics:

I saved the head-badge

Super clean from the PC shop so clear coat will be on the steerer tube

Very nice joints on the fork crown very little run of the brass
It looks like I will be doing a bit of paint fill on the small parts but overall it came out pretty nice after some wicker exposure to Florida salt air. It will be a bit before it is ready for the final clear coat but I think it will be better than when it came into the shop. Smiles, MH
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Mooch,
This one is going to be up for sale as soon as it gets the decals and clear coat on them. It is 55cm and just a tad bit big for me, but the Ciocc is the one that may have me sleeping in the the shop. The Faggin snuck in under the radar and is gonna be a great rider here in central Indiana. Great to hear about Jade and her good fortune in education. I trust she is having a bit of light in the sunshine of acceptance to a prestigious school. Smiles, MH (who failed at retirement!)
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SR Apex-5 Touring triple crankset with 50/40/30 rings in reasonable condition. As the pedal threads are 14 x 1.25 mm, the seller thoughtfully included a pair of French-threaded pedals.

And a pair of very scruffy-looking but otherwise functional Sachs 8-speed brifters. Should be interesting to see what the cable pull actually turns out to be.

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Originally Posted by non-fixie
SR Apex-5 Touring triple crankset with 50/40/30 rings in reasonable condition. As the pedal threads are 14 x 1.25 mm, the seller thoughtfully included a pair of French-threaded pedals.

And a pair of very scruffy-looking but otherwise functional Sachs 8-speed brifters. Should be interesting to see what the cable pull actually turns out to be.
IIRC those were supposed to be Shimano compatible.
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Originally Posted by Ronsonic
IIRC those were supposed to be Shimano compatible.
From the many conflicting statements about these I have found on this forum and elsewhere it seems that there were at least two different versions wrt cable pull. My guess would be that since they were developed with Campagnolo, the earlier ones would be the Campagnolo compatible ones, and that the move to Shimano compatibility occurred sometime later. Perhaps when they switched to the black plastic shift levers?

Whatever these turn out to be, I am sure I'll have a job for them.
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A bit late, but here’s a recent snag.

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