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Old 09-19-06, 04:08 PM
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have: HF silver phil woods laced to Open Pros...

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Old 09-19-06, 06:08 PM
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Hey...just looking for stuff...have a few things to trade, hit me up with what you want...I'm looking for some spagetti bender aluminum track drops and a 1" threaded 100-120 cinelli grammo pista stem. that would be great.
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Old 09-19-06, 07:38 PM
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Originally Posted by gravityhurts
i'm irish and japanese

in hawaii i was referred to as a ha'fa

here on the mainland i'm "politely" referred to as exotic, and or, eurasian

in japan i was referred to by my name

HA'fa!??? hahahaha... im more a HAPA anyways but yes we can say stuff like JAPS and darn asians heheheh

"whos a twinkie???"
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Old 09-20-06, 01:36 PM
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i want Dura Ace 10-pitch tools, or compatible... specifically a chain-breaker and a lockring wrench.
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Old 09-20-06, 02:15 PM
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Originally Posted by hartsell
i want Dura Ace 10-pitch tools, or compatible... specifically a chain-breaker and a lockring wrench.
You probably aren't going to find that chain breaker, trust me. I found a cheap one that I was going to file down to fit the d/a 10 chain, but it ended up fitting almost perfectly. No idea what brand it is, I'll check and see if it's marked when I get home later. You sure about the lockring wrench? I haven't looked at those hubs in a while but I'm pretty sure they used a standard lockring.
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Old 09-20-06, 03:11 PM
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have:
Campagnolo Pista 165 cranks 50 tooth chainring, dustcaps, and chainring bolts
Cinelli Steel Track Bars Model 18
both are in excellent condition

want:
newer style campy pista cranks
what else do you have?
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Old 09-20-06, 05:10 PM
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Originally Posted by luckycat
You probably aren't going to find that chain breaker, trust me. I found a cheap one that I was going to file down to fit the d/a 10 chain, but it ended up fitting almost perfectly. No idea what brand it is, I'll check and see if it's marked when I get home later. You sure about the lockring wrench? I haven't looked at those hubs in a while but I'm pretty sure they used a standard lockring.
Cool, I'm glad you replied. I really don't need the Shimano chain breaker, just something that will work. So if you can take a look at the tool you have, I'd be grateful! Otherwise I'll probably take your advice and get a cheap one that I can file down.

As for the lockring, it is shaped somewhat different than a standard lockring, I think in order to make room for the chain on the smaller cogs. I don't know whether Shimano made a special tool for it or not, but I'm hesitant to use a standard wrench because it looks like it could slip off and mess something up.
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Old 09-20-06, 06:13 PM
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want: 27.2 black seatpost
have:honey, 26.2 suspension seatpost from nashbar,

edit - gotta keep it safe. 165
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Old 09-20-06, 06:22 PM
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don't say that m word.
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ok,
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no seriously!
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Originally Posted by hartsell
Cool, I'm glad you replied. I really don't need the Shimano chain breaker, just something that will work. So if you can take a look at the tool you have, I'd be grateful! Otherwise I'll probably take your advice and get a cheap one that I can file down.

As for the lockring, it is shaped somewhat different than a standard lockring, I think in order to make room for the chain on the smaller cogs. I don't know whether Shimano made a special tool for it or not, but I'm hesitant to use a standard wrench because it looks like it could slip off and mess something up.

The chain tool is marked "rivex". Do a google search for for "rivex chain tool" and you'll find them on ebay for eight bucks. It looks exactly like the one I have and mine fits the chain perfectly. As you might have found out already, a standard(ie park) chain breaker will NOT fit this chain(despite what a certain cool guy nyc track bike store insisted to me..).

I don't think there is a specific lockring or tool, I think the threading is standard japanese(1.29"x24 tpi). I have a couple ten pitch rear wheels, one has a suntour lockring, the other I'm not sure about, but you could definitely use a standard tool to remove it. If you're really worried about it get some hozan pliers, that'll definitely do the trick without stripping the lockring.

And if you're interested in more d/a ten pitch stuff, drop me a pm, I have a bunch of it that I'm looking to get rid of at some point. But know that I'd like to get rid of all of it at once, not pieces here and there.
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i see 165 made my edit. wow, the powers u have. u guys can void my request anyway. ceya hooked me up.
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honey! ur a funny cat 165
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Old 09-20-06, 11:27 PM
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have:
Nitto Moustache bars (25.4) w/ 60mm threaded stem

Purple Undrilled Track Fork (columbus allele tubes)

best picture i could find of the fork

Krypto New York U-Lock
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or Freight Baggage backpack (sizeable!)
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Old 09-20-06, 11:29 PM
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Do you have pictures of that fork?
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Old 09-20-06, 11:32 PM
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Do you have pictures of that fork?
edited my friend
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I have red drilled track fork (531 tubing) if you are interested. I'll put up pictures in a second.
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Old 09-20-06, 11:52 PM
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Here it is on my conversion:


I had more pictures, but I seem to have lost them. I will take more detailed pictures tomorrow if you are interested.

Edit: It is off of an older track frame that my friend had. I don't remember the name of it though.
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steer tube lengths would be helpful
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Originally Posted by cassette
steer tube lengths would be helpful
i was about to say I forgot to mention the steerer tube length.
I forget the steerer tube lenght on mine.
Mine is for a 57/59 cm track bike
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**** I wouldn't know either because he had it custom made. I think I remember the name now though... Moon Cycles maybe?
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Originally Posted by DoshKel
I remember that bike!
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Haha...

It is the best bike. Hopefully I can get it up and running soon. I have some north bars and **** on it now Juan. I have to get fenders.
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have:
schwinn prelude 57 ctc columbus tenax
look quill ergostem
dura ace aero seatpost 27.2
sugino 75's 165 silver njs
3tt road bars 38ish
old white selle concor profil
some other crap

need:
decent road frame/touring frame whatever with fender mounts (rack mounts would be nice too) 50-54
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