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Old 03-17-15, 02:34 PM
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New junk box

This was more of my Father's stuff I picked up when we sold Mum's house.



Old-style cranks. Italian Campagnolo headset, a second headset that I've no idea. At first I thought it might be for an old Bianchi, but not that (has a chromed lower headtube cup). A GS, Record, and NR rear derailleurs, along with NOS jockey wheels. An Airlight rear hub shell only, and the stem round it out.



Chainwheels: old-style (I think) Campag, and two for the Paramount, one never mounted.

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Somewhere in that mess is a never-opened tube of Clement rim cement. Still feels squishy.
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Old 03-17-15, 03:03 PM
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@Ed. looks like you found a small mother (sic) load! It looks like those cranks are the older 151 BCD. Nice finds!
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I don't see any junk!
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Look at those Raleigh hats !
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Nice sentimental score.
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I don't see any junk either! If you decide to part with any of those awesome Raleigh hats, let me know as I'd be interested in one!
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Great stuff Ed!

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As I sit and contemplate things a bit, I believe that the crank and chainrings, along with the Akront hubbed wheels, belong to the Frejus. The cone lock nuts should be a fair indication, and I believe the bike, circa 1964, would originally have come with the old-style cranks.
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Think you may be right, Ed. Perhaps your father changed them out to avoid the relatively large small chain rings that can be used on the 151.
What is the smallest? 45, 46? Both of which are hard to find. My Frejus came with 47-54 chain rings. Yikes.
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killin' me with the word 'junk' ~

But thanks for sharing!
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Originally Posted by crank_addict View Post
killin' me with the word 'junk' ~

But thanks for sharing!
Piles. Boxes. FW, S5, Silca pumps, a Carlton Pump! Spokes. Freewheels. Campagnolo stuff - FIVE crank pullers... cables. BRAND NEW, in the bag TIRESAVERS. 55 tooth Campag chainwheel. Moulton bits. Leglights. Miller generator setup. Toeclip backing plates, but still haven't found a Campag pump clip (that's what I've been looking for.)
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Originally Posted by Ed. View Post
Piles. Boxes. FW, S5, Silca pumps, a Carlton Pump! Spokes. Freewheels. Campagnolo stuff - FIVE crank pullers... cables. BRAND NEW, in the bag TIRESAVERS. 55 tooth Campag chainwheel. Moulton bits. Leglights. Miller generator setup. Toeclip backing plates, but still haven't found a Campag pump clip (that's what I've been looking for.)
Your dad was cool!
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Originally Posted by Velocivixen View Post
Your dad was cool!
Now just a minute you little vixen, that list was from MY junk box. I missed the Maillard 700 hubs, new in box, and the Miller generator set is also new in box. I think there might be a, damn, can't remember who made them, the classic bike rack of the era, like a mouse trap, in there, and some fixed-gear sprockets.
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Oh, and my Father was a hellion, ask anyone who knew him - always up for a practical joke, and NOTHING was too extreme.
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Let us know if/when you're having a garage sale.
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I thought you said you picked up some of your father's stuff when you sold the house. Isn't all the stuff in the photos your dad's? Yours now, of course. And if you're calling it "junk" then you must be too cool!

All in in jest my friend.
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Originally Posted by Ed. View Post
Piles. Boxes. FW, S5, Silca pumps, a Carlton Pump! Spokes. Freewheels. Campagnolo stuff - FIVE crank pullers... cables. BRAND NEW, in the bag TIRESAVERS. 55 tooth Campag chainwheel. Moulton bits. Leglights. Miller generator setup. Toeclip backing plates, but still haven't found a Campag pump clip (that's what I've been looking for.)
Nice finds . . . this is the type of hoarding that IS good, stashed for years now in the light of day . . .droolnig right now
I think I may have a Campag pump clip, from memory it needs rechroming . . . .PM me?
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Where is the junk......If that is junk i am sure there are a few people on here that will take them off you're hands
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So, still digging for the elusive pump clip:



If one has 1" pitch sprockets, one needs a block chain to go with it.



Still feels good. What's the half-life of Clement glue?

Thanks Dad! PS: I stole the pump clip off of your Frejus - it's pretty rusty, but it seems the best I can do for this weekend.
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Originally Posted by Bicycle Addict View Post
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I think I may have a Campag pump clip, from memory it needs rechroming . . . .PM me?
Thank you, BA, but I'm probably good, just have to dig some more, and maybe toss in a little song and dance?

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