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Disc brake rotor size by Michael
I just noticed that Avid's mechanical disc brakes come with 160, 185 or 203 mm rotors. It's claimed that the 185mm rotor has 15% more "power", the 203 26%...
July 14th 03 04:43 AM
by Doug Milliken Go to last post
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Judy butter alternatives by caca
Can I use plain white Finish Line grease? any other choice. By the way my fork is an old cheapo RS Jett and i'm in the middle of an overhaul. Thanks
July 14th 03 09:18 PM
by Peter Cole Go to last post
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Bent chainring options? by Joe
I had been having difficulty with chain skip. I noticed this a few days after I had been cut off by a small van, unavoidanbly crashing into it, and landing on...
July 14th 03 10:42 PM
by Joe Go to last post
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TT Saddle Selection by [ dhs ]
I'm toying with saddles on my TT bike (converted DB Master road bike with the aerobar treatment -- nothing terribly fancy) because the Aspide I have been using...
July 15th 03 12:12 AM
by John Forrest Tomlinson Go to last post
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Replacing cones on 8 speed Campy Record Rear Hub by Fredrick
Savy bike mechanics, I have a early 1990's 8 speed Campagnolo Record rear hub that has been bit neglected and now I cannot adjust out the slop in the...
July 15th 03 02:22 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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polishing scratches off sunglasses? by Arous
Dunno' if this really works but...http://www.scratchpolish.com/glass_restoration.htm Cordially, Arous "Raptor" wrote in message...
July 15th 03 05:06 PM
by g.daniels Go to last post
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Rear wheel building questions by Antti Salonen
I have a self-built rear wheel with Mavic CXP33 rim, 32 DT 14/15/14G spokes and a modern Campagnolo Chorus hub. The wheel has about 13 months or 6500...
July 15th 03 08:42 PM
by Antti Salonen Go to last post
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Tire pressure on hot days? by Sam Huffman
My sister was in a race in last month during which the temperature went from about 60 degrees in the morning to 95 degrees in the mid-afternoon. The bike...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 15th 03 09:22 PM
by Rick Onanian Go to last post
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New Wheel selection help by Jamie
Dude save the 7 speed for some training and get a new set of wheels.10 years old is old.New wheel will roll better and you will all the newness of the wheels...
July 15th 03 09:49 PM
by Kevin Go to last post
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campy or shimano by Trevor
Which drivetrain system is better? Welllll, I'm certainly no expert, but if I had it to do all over again, I might say neither. I always wanted to get a...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 15th 03 10:08 PM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
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Lance by Paul Southworth
In article , n crowley wrote: From an interview with - Cycling Weekly "Cycling has...
July 16th 03 02:59 AM
by Paul Southworth Go to last post
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SQUEAKy time atac by Jon Bond
and here I thought my chain just wasn't getting lubed properly. Turns out I've toasted the bearing on my Time ATAC Carbon pedals, post 2000 model. I can get...
July 16th 03 12:10 PM
by Nicholas & Domino Go to last post
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Spinergy SR-3's by Bill Graham
I'd like to open a rear wheel of these to inspect the pawls and re-lube/re-grease them. I don't know yet how strong the pawl springs are and if they like oil...
July 16th 03 01:23 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
1 675
Merits of compact geometry frames vs "classic" geometry??? by ari
Compact can be a little lighter (at the expense of increased seatpost length) and allows more standover height. That about sums it up. For a custom frame I...
July 17th 03 03:40 AM
by Java Man (Espressopithecus) Go to last post
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A couple of newbie questions (tubes, SPD pedals, tires) by Jeff
First bike, had it for a while and I got my first flat today. I have a pair of Bontrager tires both front and back and after going over the tire in the garage...
July 17th 03 03:42 AM
by stu Go to last post
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side pull brake set-up tips by Mark Robbins
brakes: 'modolo america' side pull the problem i have on the front brake is that after i set-up the brake shoes to be equidistant from the rim, after one...
July 17th 03 06:18 AM
by Chalo Go to last post
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Fiamme Hard Silver by Suzy Jackson
Hi guys, I just bought (very cheaply) a NOS pair of Fiamme "Hard Silver" single (tubular) rims. I haven't seen these ones before. They've got eyelets,...
July 17th 03 06:33 AM
by A Muzi Go to last post
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Max tire size in Campag calipers? by Paul Kopit
On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 22:33:14 GMT, "Nick Burns" wrote: What is the maximum tire size for modern Campagnolo (short reach, Record...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 17th 03 07:25 AM
by David L. Johnson Go to last post
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handlebar stuck on its side by Werehatrack
On Wed, 16 Jul 2003 18:22:40 GMT, "RB" may have said: hi, when i moved, the movers did something to the handlebar so as to make...
July 17th 03 09:46 AM
by stu Go to last post
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Bottom Bracket -4- Record Crankset by James Thomson
"Giwi" wrote: *?* How can I ascertain whether it is a new or old Campy Record crankset? Campagnolo Record 172.5 Made in...
July 17th 03 10:31 AM
by James Thomson Go to last post
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