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Spring for Raleigh branded Suntour RD by Paul Southworth
In article , asqui wrote: I am looking for a replacement tensioning spring for the rear derailer...
August 11th 03 12:02 PM
by Andrew Webster Go to last post
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Avid mechanical road disc brakes by Eric
I just got the Cannondale cross bike with these brakes. A couple of questions. Are the stock pads good enough to keep until they wear out? I only have an...
August 11th 03 11:55 AM
by Andrew Webster Go to last post
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Thoughts on braking by Bernie
Luigi de Guzman wrote: So i've got to get to the library and return books. Somewhere in the middle of the City, in crowded stop-and-go traffic, my front...
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August 11th 03 10:30 AM
by Arpit Go to last post
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Disappointing (was Recommended high-volume floor-type bicycle pumps?) by Jon Noring
Everyone, When I started this thread asking about floor-type bicycle pumps, I was hoping to get good consumer-related information so I know what's out there,...
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August 11th 03 01:08 AM
by B a r r y B u r k e J r . Go to last post
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Help! T-Nut needed for Modolo brakes on old Bianchi Quattro by Marc
Greetings. I was wondering if somebody out there could help out by selling me a T-nut that I need to restore a Bianchi Quattro. The T-nut is from the front...
August 10th 03 05:24 PM
by Phil Brown Go to last post
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Bottom Bracket Size? by AMollitor
I need a square-taper bottom bracket for a road frame. The diameter is 68, and the BB shell measures about 69 mm long. I want to use a Shimano 105 7/8...
August 10th 03 02:16 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Shimano 105 rear derailleur weird specs by Grenouil
"Rick Onanian" wrote in message ... I'm looking at Shimano's website, considering a triple ...
August 10th 03 02:14 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
6 1,637
Speedplay X-3 by Richard Poole
Have any of you had reliability problems with you speedplay pedals? -- Warm regards, Rick Poole (864) 268-4145
August 10th 03 02:09 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
6 429
853 Steel Frame Deals by andy
I am considering an 853 frame or complete bike and would like to know if anyone knows of good deals, what to stay away from, etc. thanx in advance, andy
August 9th 03 05:16 PM
by andy Go to last post
6 378
Spoke Questions by Bike Camano
Hello, I've built myself a set of tandem wheels (26" Bontrager Clyde Rims 36h, 14g DT spokes and Phil Wood tandem hubs). I have two concerns. 1) The spoke...
August 9th 03 03:26 PM
by Bike Camano Go to last post
6 381
Replacing freewheel - question about chain by Dan Musicant
My 27 x 1.25" back wheel for my Miyata road bike has a 6 sprocket freewheel with 14 tooth high gear and 28 tooth low gear. The next to largest sprocket has a...
August 8th 03 05:10 PM
by Pete Biggs Go to last post
4 602
cxp21 rims/spoke lengths by andy
I am having trouble getting spoke lengths for a 650c wheel build because my database doesn't include mavic cxp21's. I am building a wheelset w/ ultegra 32 hole...
August 8th 03 02:17 PM
by David Ornee Go to last post
1 392
Question: Cannondale M1000 crank options by Pat Huber
I have acquired a mid-90s M1000 which started life as a mountain bike, but was converted to road use (XT shifters, Ultegra crankset (double), cassette &...
August 8th 03 05:38 AM
by Jamie Go to last post
1 501
Q. Will I benefit from different tire size or type? by Joe Samangitak
I have 700 x 35 tires on my hybrid bike, and I've recently learned that I can change the 35 (width?) to a different size, ie. 32, 28 etc. Question is, do I...
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August 8th 03 03:38 AM
by Pete Go to last post
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flat bar bike and road bike by moon
i am looking at a fuji shiloette and a ibex corrida flat bar bike. they are both 27 speeds and have 700c x 26 tires. even v-brakes, are they really road...
August 8th 03 02:19 AM
by Chalo Go to last post
3 360
RFI:700c carbon fork - straight vs curved legs by Mark Hickey
kwalters wrote: Building up a frame so will be needing a fork. One of the least expensive forks that I have found is an Alpha Q with...
August 8th 03 02:02 AM
by dookie Go to last post
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sunscreen makes you hotter? by larry english
i was wondering how sunscreen works. about all i can find out is that it seems to trap and absorb the uv radiation before it gets to your skin. but the heat...
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August 8th 03 01:58 AM
by dookie Go to last post
25 1,135
9 speed crank on 8 speed drivetrain (MTB)? by Jack Fortune
On Tue, 05 Aug 2003 00:32:24 GMT, Michael wrote: Hi all: I'm a roadie who just picked up my first decent...
August 7th 03 01:19 AM
by Chris Zacho The Wheelman Go to last post
3 637
Compact Geometry and Long Distance by Jason T
How does compact geometry affect comfort over long distances? if at all.
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August 7th 03 12:44 AM
by Bruce Graham Go to last post
15 821
Headset Question slightly revisited. by Philthy
Thanks to everyone who replied to my previous question about my headset. So I've discovered that the headset in my frame at the moment is an OEM Cane Creek...
August 6th 03 06:01 PM
by Dave Salovesh Go to last post
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