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Old 03-13-24, 11:52 AM
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Originally Posted by The_Joe
Nothing classic or vintage but they will wind up on a vintage frame soon enough. Miche hubs and a nifty fold up tool pouch for under the saddle.
I have 6 sets of wheels built with Syntesi hubs, the oldest set going on 7 years now. Only replaced the cartridge bearings once in the front hub on the oldest set of wheels about 3 years ago. Haven't had to replace the rim yet, but if I get to that point it will be a milestone as I have never ever wore a set of wheels completely.

I have a couple sets of hubs stashed away as they seem to become harder to find and the ones available seem to have doubled in price as well.
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I got in new Veloflex tires and Keo Blade pedals for the Moser.



Assuming I stick to my plan of white bar tape on the bike.
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Originally Posted by jamesdak
I got in new Veloflex tires and Keo Blade pedals for the Moser.



Assuming I stick to my plan of white bar tape on the bike.
Do those accept a SPD SL cleat or was that just the Delta pedals?
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Do those accept a SPD SL cleat or was that just the Delta pedals?
?? IDK, never heard anything about this nor tried it.
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Originally Posted by jamesdak
?? IDK, never heard anything about this nor tried it.
Poop. Maybe it was the Campys? Brain cognitive distortion in progress.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Poop. Maybe it was the Campys? Brain cognitive distortion in progress.
I was curious so I did some googling. Seems there were folks saying the SPD SL would clip into the Delta pedals but there there was a lot of movement and possibility for the cleat to jam and not let you release from the pedal.
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Today I got in two Merino Wool Jerseys. The Krapf one was kindly custom made for me after sharing pics of the bike.


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Originally Posted by jamesdak
I was curious so I did some googling. Seems there were folks saying the SPD SL would clip into the Delta pedals but there there was a lot of movement and possibility for the cleat to jam and not let you release from the pedal.
Me too! It was the later Campy that used the same system as the Arc Delta. I completely switched those in my mind.

Which makes sense since Shimano had moved onto their own proprietary system, and Campy was still having others make those pedals. Im assuming the Mavic pedals are the same.
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Originally Posted by jamesdak
Today I got in two Merino Wool Jerseys.
Soigneur! Excellent choice. The Krapf jersey looks amazing.
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Soigneur! Excellent choice. The Krapf jersey looks amazing.
Yep, his prices are good and the jerseys are quite nice. His website say they normally want a minimum of 6 jerseys for a custom job. But I sent David an email on Feb 29th asking nicely if he would. The whole process took only two weeks. I bought the "Guv'nor" jersey from him a couple of years ago and that one still looks brand new despite getting a lot of use. Great place to buy merino jersey's from.

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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Do those accept a SPD SL cleat or was that just the Delta pedals?
Far as I know, Keo is compatible with neither Delta nor SPD-SL.

But now.... I might be... mistaken.....
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Originally Posted by madpogue
Far as I know, Keo is compatible with neither Delta nor SPD-SL.

But now.... I might be... mistaken.....
I think I botched that pretty good.

Campy pedals use the Delta cleat system, SPd SL looks similar but is not and uses only SpD SL. Keo is its own animal and has a different footprint from Delta and SP
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All of these "junky" parts for $100. That Seatpost is already shining like a mirror after a first pass with polish and just a paper towel. TIme to clean and service to see what I've really got here.

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I bought a few bits from Analog Cycles in Vermont. Brass crank self-extractor thingies, a jar of Obenauf saddle goop, and a couple of these, Ive wanted one for a while.
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I bought a few bits from Analog Cycles in Vermont. Brass crank self-extractor thingies, [...]
Never heard of these. A bit pricey, but justified if you're concerned about preserving the threads in your cranks.

https://analogcycles.com/products/bl...44869396791528

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Originally Posted by noglider
Never heard of these. A bit pricey, but justified if you're concerned about preserving the threads in your cranks.

https://analogcycles.com/products/bl...44869396791528

Shouldn't these have little nylon (or other plastic) washers which sit between the extractor and bolt? In addition, if you have the self-extracting bolt part, isn't it likely you'd also have this little doohickey (though probably not as cute)?
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Never heard of these. A bit pricey, but justified if you're concerned about preserving the threads in your cranks.

https://analogcycles.com/products/bl...44869396791528

That site has some beautiful stuff. Makes me appreciate all the cool old stuff I havnt thrown away.
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Originally Posted by noglider
Never heard of these. A bit pricey, but justified if you're concerned about preserving the threads in your cranks.

https://analogcycles.com/products/bl...44869396791528

Upcharge for brass and bling. For select bikes I like the touch of color the brass addds. I got a set from Velo Orange a while back. They're available in plain silver from the giant online retailer for much less. With those and hex bolts, extraction is dead simple.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Shouldn't these have little nylon (or other plastic) washers which sit between the extractor and bolt? In addition, if you have the self-extracting bolt part, isn't it likely you'd also have this little doohickey (though probably not as cute)?
I have them on a couple of other bikes but never had a washer. I'm not sure it's necessary? I don't think the bolt and cap make contact until extraction and I've never experienced any binding. On the other hand, maybe it's like chicken soup: "it couldn't hurt!"
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Originally Posted by ascherer
I have them on a couple of other bikes but never had a washer. I'm not sure it's necessary? I don't think the bolt and cap make contact until extraction and I've never experienced any binding. On the other hand, maybe it's like chicken soup: "it couldn't hurt!"
Thanks. Was just thinking back to my experience with the original(?) Shimano One Key Release stuff on Shimano 600 cranks (probably came on others as well). As I recall, they shipped with some sort of plastic washer between the cap and the bolt.
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Today I got a few pairs of brass balls! Actually cable cherries but still nice to get. Smiles, MH

Cool cable ends that don't destroy the cables and give a bit of leverage when tensioning cables.
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More Campy goodness showed up today, Along with a pair of repair foils for Maillard hubs. Smiles, MH

I thought I could get them all in one picture but the glare got in the way.

One replacement decal for a RD, and two frame decals for a early 70's build.
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NOS Veloflex tyres in the 22C sizeway



Don't even know what I'm going to do with these...
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