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Old 04-03-18, 06:36 PM
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Converting my 1984 Mondonico road bike into a Wahoo-equipped aero-bar based road simulator bike, so I can regain and maintain some fitness. The frame is the C&V part of the story.

In February I fell on our unshoveled Ann Arbor ice (in front of an LBS, no less!) and broke my radius big time and had a smaller break on my ulna, right hand of course! The bones are now healed but I have pressure and soft tissue issues. I want to pedal on the road bike on a Wahoo Kickr, with an Elemnt and Zwift or similar. Trying it so far, I get wrist pain when I grip the hoods, worse on the drops. In another thread (on iBob I think) somebody suggested doing what Pete Pensayres did in RAAM: add a set of wide-elbow aero bars to the cockpit to take pressure off of his hands. I think I need to pedestal up the aero system (probably will be Profile Design), and refit the bike around the new position.

>Tubular wheel set: GP-4 rims, 32 holes, Campagnolo Record hubs (2006) 10 speed (these were built for the bike)
>Compass Maes bars, Nitto Pearl stem or Technomic stem - will need to pedestal the aero bar system.
>Campy Veloce 10spd Ergopower
>Chorus Dual Pivot calipers
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>Campy 12/30 cassette
>Chorus front and rear derailleurs, 10 spd
>Saddle choices from the Road Fan Saddle Museum: Toupe standard, Toupe Gel, Alias standard, Selle AnAtomica X, B17N Imperial, B15 Select Swallow-style.
>Profile Design Aerobar system.

I want to be ready for 65 miles in the One Helluva Ride around July 13 this year.

I have to start fitting the saddle position tomorrow night.
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Built up a "new" freewheel for my Ciocc hillclimber. Near to me is a great climb called "Ride the Hurricane" which gains ~4800' over an incredibly scenic 18 mile two land road in Olympic National Park. Google "Ride the Hurricane for details. I've built up an older Ciocc frame just for this ride.....a 1x7 drive train with a 34 tooth chainwheel up front. I tried this out yesterday with a 28 tooth big sprocket freewheel on the lower, toughest (8+% grade), section of the climb. It was OK, but my crank speed was lower than I would like....I'm nearly as old as dirt. Sooooo, today I built up a 32-28-25-22-19-16-13 freewheel on a Shimano New Winner body. The 25 and 22 tooth "A" sprockets required adapters that I machined to allow them to work in positions of the freewheel body that require threaded sprockets. I understand these adaptors were commercially available in the past, but they have since acquired "unobtanium" status. The adaptors I build require annealing a donor threaded sprocket and machining the same in a lathe. If anyone would like details of how to do this, please send me a PM.

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Installed some tires on my 88 paramount and listed some C&V stuff on Ebay..

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Originally Posted by merziac
I got one off ebay a couple of years ago that was TA on one side and Stronglight on the other, all you had to do was turn the big screw around, I think it was from the Ukraine, was a good deal and works fine on both.
Do you have a link by any chance?
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Sorry, no link. I will see if I can dig it out of ebay history.

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Laced up a new front wheel this morning, will do the rear one this evening.

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The Kapton tape and the tire jack are here - 16mm wide, 36 yards of tape for $8. Thickness is 1 mil, plus 1 mil silicone adhesive. This will replace the Velox tape that I'm crediting with causing the Compass tires to be so difficult to mount on the CR18 rims. The rim tape may not eliminate the problem but should help. Maybe I need a technique upgrade too. I'm certainly willing to consider that possibility.

The tube was fine after mounting and unmounting, so considering the effort the initial mounting took, the tube came through it just fine.

It took 3 tire levers to pull the tire off, so I guess I could have done that at the side of the road. I don't yet know how remounting it will go, the tire jack I ordered at the suggestion of @noglider and @jimmuller came today also, so I have the big gun if the levers aren't enough.

The new rime tape went on easily, two layers, then cut the valve stem hole with an x-acto knife. Decided to try the tire jack - easy as pie. Powdered the tube, left a little air in it, and did the other bead, again 3 or four uses of the tire jack and it was on. Checked the bead all the way around and put about 20 lbs in it. Checked the bead again, all good. Released the air and then pumped it to 60 lbs. Will let it sit for a few hours and recheck the pressure before putting the wheel back in. Then repeat the process with the rear wheel and that's the wheels done.

The tires were still tight after changing the rim tape, but not as tight as with the Velox tape. I'm confident that I can patch a flat at the side of road using the tools I normally carry. That's a relief.

Thanks for the tire jack suggestion - I guess having the right tool for the job is at least 51% of the battle.
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@speedevil, don't use levers to put tires on, ever. I'm good at it, and my track record is that I pinch a tube 50% of the time I use levers. They are the wrong tool for the job. Normally, just plain hands are the right tool, but when they don't work, that's when the Tire Jack comes in.
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Originally Posted by noglider
@speedevil, don't use levers to put tires on, ever. I'm good at it, and my track record is that I pinch a tube 50% of the time I use levers. They are the wrong tool for the job. Normally, just plain hands are the right tool, but when they don't work, that's when the Tire Jack comes in.
A pinch of dish soap on the bead helps as a lubricant.
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I've never had anything except thumbs (and fingers) plus tire levers to install tires. So far my track record is never pinched a tube. Probably just luck, and by mentioning it I just ended my streak.

Oh, well - I have a tire jack now so it only matters while out riding.
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Finally got the lock nut loose from the Shimano 1055 rear hub so I could freshen up the grease.

Spent some time checking numbers needed to build it into a wheel for my 88 red Trek 400. Rim will be a Matrix Titan II. It will then match the front wheel. Scrounging for dollars to afford the DB spokes.
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Originally Posted by speedevil;20264547

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The tires were still tight after changing the rim tape, but not as tight as with the Velox tape. I'm confident that I can patch a flat at the side of road using the tools I normally carry. That's a relief.

Thanks for the tire jack suggestion - I guess having the right tool for the job is at least 51% of the battle.[/I]

I also changed from velox to kaptan, nearly impossible to mount tires are now easily installed! I could mount them on the existing velox with tire jack but getting them off was just as tough, thats why I went for the kaptan, didn't want to deal with a flat on the road. Glad the kaptan worked for you, it was suggested to me by members here, I'm a believer now.

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One great thing about a tire jack is that if you've tucked the tube up into the tire sufficiently it is nearly impossible to cause a pinch flat. With irons it is all too easy to cause one.
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This is why I always add a small amount of air to the tube before inserting it into the half-mounted casing. The round shape is much harder to pinch.
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I just finished installing 42-year-old bar end shifters on a 37-year-old bike. I hope I will like them more than the friction down tube shifters I replaced. They weren't too bad, but I wanted something different. The bar ends worked well on the this evening's test ride. I used new cables on both sides.
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@Drillium Dude Thanks again. Finallly had a minute to make the swap.

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Well, crap. My new 25.4mm Nitto stem was supposed to be delivered today, but wasn't. I was hoping to get the 26mm stem replaced and the handlebars installed and wrapped today. Maybe tomorrow. I could have taken a shakedown ride today, but with overnight snow forecast (yes, snow in western Kentucky in April) tomorrow isn't looking too good. Ok, rant over. On to other things.

UPDATE: tracking says the package is at my local post office. MAYBE I'll get it tomorrow. Would be great, actually. Then I could finish my bike for the Bourbon and Tobacco Tour on April 21.
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Delivered a friend's bike to him for next week's Eroica CA. 1978 Peugeot PX-10. In really good condition, mostly original, but needed new tires and a good mechanical going-over. Since I won't make it this year I'm having to enjoy it vicariously through him and all of you. Cheers.
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I picked up a few more storage/organizing bins to, uh, organize my expanse of components. It is certainly helping me mentally catalog what I have and what I should probably sell. Somehow I have three Superbe Pro FDs! A ton of brake calipers and brake levers! A huge stack of chainrings, 1 1/8" stems that I had forgotten about, etc etc etc. The organizing goes well, with the self-imposed rule that everything that goes into the bins must be clean and/or polished. Feels good to get this done. My apartment is looking better already.
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Put together a 13-34 9 speed cassette for my recent Schwinn Passage build using a 11-34 HG400 and 13-25 HG50.

On the work stand it shifts very well with only a couple of minor hiccups from the different timing of the ramps on the different cassettes. Hopefully it will warm up enough today that I can get a few miles in to dial it in even better before my commute tomorrow.

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Rebuilt the vitus zx1 with some campy 8 speed stuff and mavic cxp33s with veloflex tires. Brakes are about the only new thing, origin8 drilled.

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last week I rebuilt the rocky mountain hammer steel with sram 10 speed stuff and some silver recon forks. Might chop/lower the stem but I have to put in a ride or 2 first.

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Wrapped the bars on my ST600 with lizardskin tape. Not perfect but looks decent. The self-fusing silicone tape is great at the end, and for taping the under-wrap cables in place too. No sticky adhesive when/if you need to remove it. Photos coming tomorrow. It's finally ready for the Bourbon and Tobacco Tour. April 21-22, can't wait.
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Got tapped out on my Domenic's...discovered that one of the braze on's was not tapped completely while doing a trial assembly.
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Spent half an hour cleaning up the tandem for tomorrow's vernal CCRT ride. Spend enough time riding in rain and a bike sure collects dirt.
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I've been re-building up my '85 Paramount with what will hopefully be Superbe Pro. I may just use a mirror-finish Campagnolo Chorus crankset in place of the Superbe Pro unit because 1) The Chorus cranks are 175mm and not 170mm like the SP 2) The SP cranks are a touuuuuch out of true 3) The Chorus cranks have a matching and working cartridge BB 4) The Chorus cranks match the polish of my SP brake levers (hidden spring!) and derailleurs. I'll still need to nail down the wheel situation as well--need high polish all the way. Simple painted silver is bla and the dark grey anodized look doesn't work with the metallic grey powder coat very well. High polish is stunning on this.

The bike is mocked up with Mavic/Dura-Ace wheels currently, and it looks quite fetching.

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