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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Haha, that's about what I was thinking too. Thank...

Haha, that's about what I was thinking too. Thank you. It definitely has a chain, chainring bolts, and even (GASP) a front brake! It was fun to play around on in college, but all I need is my...
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Thanks! Not far from what I suspected. ...

Thanks! Not far from what I suspected.



May do just that. A trade of time for more money really.



Thanks, I agree! Part of me wants to hang it on a wall as art instead of sell it......
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Windsor Professional Fixed Gear - Value?

Windsor Professional Fixed Gear.

Campagnolo Triomphe Crank (great condition) 42t ring with plenty of life left.
Campagnolo ACH Bottom bracket
Campagnolo GS pedals
Vetta Saddle (minty white!)...
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

86 Pinarello Montello - Professionally Restored - Super Record - Value?

Looking to sell my 86 Pinarello Montello with Super Record. Wondering what a fair asking price would be.

55cm. Most components were NOS or nearly NOS when assembled ~8 years ago. Ridden less than...
05-25-12, 12:47 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Brought the frame to Yellow Jersey. Andy Muzi...

Brought the frame to Yellow Jersey. Andy Muzi first thought it was a Carlton Pro, but when I pointed out the Italian threaded BB, silver brazing, and holes in the lugs, and seat stays, he was...
05-23-12, 10:19 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Here's a couple camera phone shots of the frame...

Here's a couple camera phone shots of the frame after it's been shined up. The pics don't fully capture how much better it looks.
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Does the silver brazing narrow things down any...
05-22-12, 09:09 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Here's another tidbit after cleaning the frame...

Here's another tidbit after cleaning the frame some more tonight: I'm quite sure the frame is silver brazed!
05-22-12, 10:44 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Hmm, according to classic rendezvous, the serial...

Hmm, according to classic rendezvous, the serial would fall in the Pogliaghi 60's-70's range which would be about right: http://www.classicrendezvous.com/Italy/Pogliaghi/pogliaghi_serial_numbers.htm ...
05-22-12, 09:34 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Would the name for the style of seatstay caps be...

Would the name for the style of seatstay caps be Bullet?

If I'm correct, so far we know:

It's NOT a Raleigh
It may be Italian due to Italian threaded BB.
It's most likely a 70's production...
05-22-12, 09:21 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Upon further investigation I can tell the head...

Upon further investigation I can tell the head badge isn't perfectly centered on the headtube. I suppose the factory could have done such a thing, but more apt that it was an afterthought.

I'd...
05-21-12, 09:49 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

I gave it a good "polish" with aluminum foil. The...

I gave it a good "polish" with aluminum foil. The chrome is really bright under all the dirt!
05-21-12, 07:00 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

It's Italian threaded! A Zeus marked "36x24F"...

It's Italian threaded! A Zeus marked "36x24F" Spins smooth as butter after all these years. Also, seatpost seems to be 27.2 and seat tube has no seam. Steerer has no markings whatsoever and is also...
05-21-12, 06:47 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

+1 on the repaint. If that's supposed to be...

+1 on the repaint. If that's supposed to be Bordeux red, it's a bit off. Could just be the white balance of the camera too. Here's my Montello:
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05-21-12, 09:20 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

That's a great question, can't believe I...

That's a great question, can't believe I overlooked that. I'll check this evening when I get home from work and update this thread.

Thanks!
05-21-12, 08:54 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

I suspected as much. Was just thinking they may...

I suspected as much. Was just thinking they may have some master serial database, but I'm sure people here have the same database/knowledge. I'm sure you're correct that no one at Raleigh matches...
05-20-12, 10:54 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

My apologies if this is absurd, but do you think...

My apologies if this is absurd, but do you think contacting Raleigh themselves would be of any use? I'd imagine ID'ing old bikes for someone not looking to spend money with them is low on their...
05-20-12, 10:23 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

:twitchy: I just about fell out of my chair when...

:twitchy: I just about fell out of my chair when you mentioned Eisentraut. Would it be worth investigating this possibility further?

It's truly a joy to talk with people with such a wealth of...
05-20-12, 07:30 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Hmm, I may have used "spearpoint" incorrectly...

Hmm, I may have used "spearpoint" incorrectly then. The pics speak for themselves I guess. Thanks!
05-20-12, 07:26 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Alright here's some photos. Keep in mind I...

Alright here's some photos. Keep in mind I haven't had a moment to clean it up yet. It's quite nasty really.

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05-20-12, 06:18 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Help ID a Chrome Raleigh (Professional?) with a strange serial?

I just acquired what seems to be nice Raleigh from my Uncle who is moving out of the country. He said that he "sold his car to buy it". I'd take that with a grain of salt, but it seems nice...
06-03-10, 10:10 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Figured I'd post these up before I sell them (or...

Figured I'd post these up before I sell them (or at least one) off. I need to make some room in the stable, but I'm not sure which I should sell. :(

Obviously the Windsor has a chain and chainring...
06-01-10, 07:43 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

If you're looking for a great reliable aero spoke...

If you're looking for a great reliable aero spoke the CX-Rays are awesome! However if you're looking for something rare-ish, unique, and of-the-era, Hoshi's are just that, in my opinion at least.
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06-01-10, 02:23 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Yep, Hoshi's are the way to go. Mind you they are...

Yep, Hoshi's are the way to go. Mind you they are hard to find and not cheap nowadays. I got mine from YellowJersey here in Madison WI. http://www.yellowjersey.org/ Scary website, but Andy (owner)...
11-06-09, 10:05 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

I would go with A as well. If it were a Montello,...

I would go with A as well. If it were a Montello, it may be worth dropping some big bucks into, but seeing as it's already in decent shape, I would just touch it up here and there and upgrade along...
Forum: Framebuilders
11-05-09, 06:45 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Early 90's Treks were bonded (glued) aluminum. I...

Early 90's Treks were bonded (glued) aluminum. I have a 1000 myself (well, I bought it for the gf). Here's a thread about one (not mine): http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread.php?t=430228

She...
Forum: Road Cycling
10-26-09, 12:57 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Looks like a pivot cover for a front der as well...

Looks like a pivot cover for a front der as well to me.
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

I voted for the Cinelli. It just has that certain...

I voted for the Cinelli. It just has that certain je ne se qua. The Super Pista would be a close second.
10-15-09, 09:39 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Maybe one of these would help?:...

Maybe one of these would help?: http://www.parktool.com/products/detail.asp?cat=18&item=AV-1 (http://www.parktool.com/products/detail.asp?cat=18&item=AV-1)

Park Tool AV-1 Axle vice
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

This place is selling them for $99:...

This place is selling them for $99: http://www.bicycleclassics.com/cranks.html
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Another good example is my CAAD9 R1000 frame....

Another good example is my CAAD9 R1000 frame. Bought it off Craigslist for $70 because it had a quarter size dent in the top tube! Minty otherwise. Without that dent it would go for much much more.
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Agreed. I guess the base of what I was trying to...

Agreed. I guess the base of what I was trying to get at is, to the right person they may be worth a little more than $20. Finding that right person may be a chore though.
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

I would disagree slightly on the price of the...

I would disagree slightly on the price of the crank. The crank/chainrings have a 116BCD, which is weird and proprietary. Because of that I've seen some people pay upwards of $50 for NOS Triomphe...
09-25-09, 01:22 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Attached is a pic of my Montello. It was...

Attached is a pic of my Montello. It was re-painted and decaled by Al Wanta. http://wantaframes.com/ He did a GREAT job! The original paint was a dark bluish purple. Thanks Al!
06-16-09, 10:38 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

My ~85 Pinarello Montello. Nuovo Red w/white...

My ~85 Pinarello Montello. Nuovo Red w/white cutouts
Just repainted/decaled by Al Wanta (thanks Al!) (was dark purplish blue, and meh shape. decals near gone)
Columbus SLX
Super Record: crank,...
06-16-09, 08:22 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

You should make sure the 'track' chainring you...

You should make sure the 'track' chainring you have isn't 1/8" thick. If it is, the teeth may be too wide for a standard road chain. If it is 3/32" wide, you should be fine with just adding a big...
02-16-09, 11:02 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

I'm going to go against the popular vote and say...

I'm going to go against the popular vote and say it looks OK. Now, if the nut were hanging off the dropout in any way, or if it isn't sufficiently tightened, I would say otherwise. From what I can...
Forum: Framebuilders
02-13-09, 03:46 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Another option would be to start with real lugs,...

Another option would be to start with real lugs, cut them in half, modify, file, etc so they fit over the tubes, and then braze/fill gaps.

That said, me being an amateur framebuilder, I think this...
02-02-09, 07:34 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

I went with the ACH option and it gave me a...

I went with the ACH option and it gave me a nearly perfect 42mm. And at a fraction of the cost of an original. Thanks everyone!
01-10-09, 08:42 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Want: (for the Davidson in my sig) Dura Ace...

Want: (for the Davidson in my sig)
Dura Ace 74xx series Brake Calipers
Dura Ace 74xx series/600 pedals
White/Gold Rolls

Clamp for Cinelli 1R stem.

Here's a 1R:...
11-05-08, 07:05 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

I love projects like these. Nothing is cooler...

I love projects like these. Nothing is cooler than self-made stuff.
10-21-08, 11:47 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Although I know I got a killer deal, I recently...

Although I know I got a killer deal, I recently paid $45 for a set of 32h Nisi MONCALIERI rims laced to freewheel Campy Record hubs. The skewers had a little rust starting here and there, otherwise...
10-08-08, 08:21 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Agreed. I use it, its great IF you apply it more...

Agreed. I use it, its great IF you apply it more frequently than a dry lube or thicker lube. I generally apply it weekly or more with a wipe down beforehand. I do a full clean (aka taking the chain...
10-06-08, 05:30 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

No? How bout Zero G...

No? How bout Zero G (http://www.cycleco.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=119)'s?

For real though,

Nashbar Jailbreak Cheapo...
09-04-08, 06:33 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

What size BB do I need to get a 42mm chainline with a 1977 Super Record Crank?

I think I stumped everyone in the mechanics sub-forum so here goes:

I have a 1977 (7 in a diamond) Strada Record/SR Crank. I would like to achieve a 42mm chainline with a single ring in the...
09-04-08, 01:39 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

What size BB do I need to get a 42mm chainline with a Super Record Crank?

Hi Everyone,

So I have a Strada Super Record Crank. I would like to achieve a 42mm chainline with a single ring in the outside position. What size (width) BB do I need to achieve this? I would...
08-23-08, 01:44 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Sounds like you got one hell of a deal is what!

Sounds like you got one hell of a deal is what!
08-09-08, 09:16 AM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Not a bad idea, but I would imagine even if we...

Not a bad idea, but I would imagine even if we did need to go back to two rings, it would work just fine, with a little more work getting the inner ring centered properly. Sound feasible?

I would...
08-08-08, 09:05 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Nice, well that's good enough for me. Off with...

Nice, well that's good enough for me. Off with them!

Thanks!
08-08-08, 08:55 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Honestly so do I. But I probably wouldnt grind...

Honestly so do I. But I probably wouldnt grind them if I didnt need to. probably.



I bet the bench grinder works well. Being a amateur framebuilder and alloy polsher, I prefer good ol files,...
08-08-08, 04:04 PM
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Posted By jerrymcdougal

Compromised? If you are refering to the cracks at...

Compromised? If you are refering to the cracks at the spider/arm junction, Ive been told by at least a few veteran collectors that nearly every record crank they have used has developed those in no...
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