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Old 09-02-09, 11:18 AM   #1
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Howdy y'all

I'm an engineering college kid that has decided to completely overhaul his old road bike, 1976 Raleigh Supercourse MKII. We're talking a frame that is 10+ years older than me. In my research on how to do things I kept on finding myself looking at Sheldon Brown's website and this forum, instead of becoming yet another gleaner, I decided to try to contribute anything I might learn in my bike repair adventures (or sagas as its shaping out to be!).
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Welcome from another engineer (I'm electrical). The people in Classic & Vintage and Bicycle Mechanics can help you with your bike overhaul.
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Now get on your cheap bike and give me a double century. You walking can of Crisco!!

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