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03-13-12, 09:32 AM
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Posted By onetwentyeight

Do it. Jason did a fine job designing these...

Do it. Jason did a fine job designing these bikes and it really shows when you get on one and ride it.
03-12-12, 11:55 PM
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Posted By onetwentyeight

dkv2ck - So far so good. This is my first time...

dkv2ck - So far so good. This is my first time experimenting with the larger rims and the thing I notice the most is the good cornering. There's some extra traction there and I can feel what my...
03-12-12, 11:24 PM
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Posted By onetwentyeight

The levers are from TRP. A wound up track fork...

The levers are from TRP. A wound up track fork is the same as their road fork but with the drop out flipped backwards to bring in the rake. They offer them undrilled for the purists. I think it's...
03-12-12, 10:15 PM
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Posted By onetwentyeight

1001 - Thanks. Hale is a cool guy and very...

1001 - Thanks. Hale is a cool guy and very talented. I hope he gets some attention to his work, I like supporting the local guys.

Connor - I wasn't familiar with that frame. I see the...
03-12-12, 09:55 PM
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Posted By onetwentyeight

I'm not sure I understand your comment.

I'm not sure I understand your comment.
03-12-12, 09:42 PM
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Posted By onetwentyeight

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01-08-12, 12:02 AM
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Posted By onetwentyeight

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09-03-10, 09:17 PM
Replies: 53
Views: 29,253
Posted By onetwentyeight

my rule has been bikes with handlebar bags get...

my rule has been bikes with handlebar bags get the cables exiting near the stem. brake lever routing is irrelevant.
09-01-10, 09:45 AM
Replies: 53
Views: 29,253
Posted By onetwentyeight

I went as far to drill my handlebars to run...

I went as far to drill my handlebars to run internal housing and have them coming out near the stem. I chose this method for both aesthetics and to keep the cables from the bar ends from avoiding...
08-31-10, 10:26 PM
Replies: 16
Views: 819
Posted By onetwentyeight

? 25.5" = 65cm It's a big frame....but not that...

? 25.5" = 65cm It's a big frame....but not that big

185's would be in proportion to the frame size. I'm 6'2" and ride a 60-62cm, though as I get older I prefer the larger frame proportions. My...
08-31-10, 09:25 PM
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Views: 819
Posted By onetwentyeight

Well yes, you can do it... The question is why. ...

Well yes, you can do it... The question is why. I run anything from 170 to 175 depending on what kind of riding (track 170, road and cx 172.5, mountain 175) I'm 5'11" for what its worth. 185 is ...
08-31-10, 08:33 PM
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Views: 819
Posted By onetwentyeight

185? 68cm? Are you of very strange proportions?...

185? 68cm? Are you of very strange proportions? Most 6'4" people I know can be fit comfortably to bikes with ~60cm top tubes and run 175mm cranks. I like bar end shifters over down tube, for what...
08-31-10, 09:40 AM
Replies: 54
Views: 2,436
Posted By onetwentyeight

Very carefully and check to check... tiny...

Very carefully and check to check... tiny apartments and a willingness to live in bad neighborhoods...
08-30-10, 12:49 AM
Replies: 34
Views: 2,349
Posted By onetwentyeight

Am I the only one who looks at that bike and...

Am I the only one who looks at that bike and thinks the decals should read "goliath?"
08-29-10, 11:50 PM
Replies: 5
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Posted By onetwentyeight

I have only built one set of wooden wheels but I...

I have only built one set of wooden wheels but I found using washers from Ric at Wheel Fanatik helped a lot in helping keep tension even. I imagine without them the heads of the nipples can seat...
08-17-10, 08:12 AM
Replies: 36
Views: 1,694
Posted By onetwentyeight

the cable pull required for cantilevers is...

the cable pull required for cantilevers is different then that of vs. you either need v specific levers or a travel agent (which is a PITA to set up). V's do stop better than Cantis, but I think if...
08-15-10, 02:00 PM
Replies: 24
Views: 932
Posted By onetwentyeight

Can't be a luddite posting on an internet forum,...

Can't be a luddite posting on an internet forum, now can we?

by your measure im a spy from the road forum.
08-14-10, 09:55 PM
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Views: 112,675
Posted By onetwentyeight

Thanks. It will rise again, but not until im at...

Thanks. It will rise again, but not until im at a point in my life where I dont live paycheck to paycheck.

Until then, heres another one of mine, I've posted it before but people seem to like...
08-14-10, 09:38 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 1,166
Posted By onetwentyeight

Having two phil wood tools so you can work both...

Having two phil wood tools so you can work both cups at the same time makes centering the bb a cinch.
08-14-10, 09:34 PM
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Views: 112,675
Posted By onetwentyeight

I've had that frame for 5 years and its been...

I've had that frame for 5 years and its been built up several different ways, none of which I look at now and wish to share, really. I was newer to vintage bikes then but had a good eye for...
08-14-10, 09:08 PM
Replies: 268
Views: 27,529
Posted By onetwentyeight

It came like that. I got lucky on a NOS set that...

It came like that. I got lucky on a NOS set that had been misspelled on ebay. I ordered the chainrings from Bicycles Specialities in Canada. I'm more of a beausage and paint chip guy than polish...
08-13-10, 09:59 PM
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Views: 112,675
Posted By onetwentyeight

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my stan miles track frame.
08-12-10, 12:13 AM
Replies: 268
Views: 27,529
Posted By onetwentyeight

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Freewheel: IRD 14-32 6 speed
Crankset: TA Pro 5 50-46-30
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07-22-10, 10:36 AM
Replies: 1
Views: 1,614
Posted By onetwentyeight

I havent assembled a Noah but I have assembled a...

I havent assembled a Noah but I have assembled a fair number of bikes where no ferrule is used. If you wish to use a ferrule anyway, you can hunt down some 5mm ID to 5mm OD step down ferrules.
07-22-10, 10:30 AM
Replies: 16
Views: 931
Posted By onetwentyeight

why dont you try degreasing the inside of the...

why dont you try degreasing the inside of the seat tube, and reinstalling the post using carbon assembly compound instead (grease with a bit of grit to it).
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