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Small lange vs. large flange hubs by [email protected]
shimano hubs tend to maintain the same hub diameters-most shim hubs, i write most caws i'm not LBS, are poured from the same mold then machined differently. so...
August 10th 05 06:18 PM
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Spoke washers by Mike Yankee
I'd appreciate any recommendations and insight from experienced wheel builders on this subject. A couple of years ago I built up a new rear wheel on a...
August 10th 05 06:14 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Strange Drivetrain Noise--road bike by [email protected]
about two weeks ago i noticed and intermittent noise from somewhere in the drivetrain...almost like a binding or craking type noise...i hear it but i don't...
August 10th 05 06:03 PM
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durability of Mavic MA3s? by Jay S. Hill
I've just found that a Mavic MA3 rim on one of my bikes has had a spoke tear the rim. I've done a bit of Googling and it looks like the MA3s of my vintage...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
August 10th 05 05:31 PM
by Hank Wirtz Go to last post
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Long Stem Schrader tubes??? by [email protected]
I was fixing bikes on Ragbrai and we had a couple of fat cats stopy by in their GMC suv toting a GMC Denali bicycle that had a flat tire. The wheel on this...
August 10th 05 05:05 PM
by Alex Rodriguez Go to last post
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Look CX7 failure - bad design by Rik O'Shea
The CX7 is Look's top of the range pedal that includes a design feature that allows the Q-factor to be adjusted. Effectively the Q-factor is adjusted by...
August 10th 05 12:14 PM
by Lee Go to last post
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Bianchi avenue bottom bracket by Paul
Anyone out there know what the proper BB size/ threading for a bianchi avenue (c. 1995)? Crankarm threads are stripped- would like to replace the crankarm and...
August 10th 05 10:30 AM
by Paul Go to last post
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Id these SR pedals for me ? by maxo
On Sun, 07 Aug 2005 20:16:35 +0000, Bob wrote: Fill me in so I can intelligently Ebay these thing tweaked the levels and found the toe clip...
August 10th 05 07:30 AM
by maxo Go to last post
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Front shifter controlling rear derailleur by hmmmm
I am building a recumbent bike with a mid-drive gear/suspension pivot made from a rear wheel hub. I have fabricated a dropout for the rear "triangle" that has...
August 10th 05 06:01 AM
by JeffWills Go to last post
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Chainring grinding service (creation of chainring guards for cyclocross and single speed use) by RobCam
Does anyone know of a service where one can get chainrings converted into chainring guards? I realize that new chainring guards can be purchased for about $30+...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 10th 05 04:05 AM
by John Thompson Go to last post
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Crank Removal tool for later cranks ? by Nick Payne
I have some Stronglight 99 cranks from the early 1980s and some Stronglight Escape cranks which are current model and they both use the same puller as most...
August 10th 05 03:40 AM
by Nick Payne Go to last post
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Small lange vs. large flange hubs by daveornee
Bob Wrote: OK... fill me on philosophy on this. Back in the good old days, we all rode large flange. The theory I always heard was that large flange had...
August 10th 05 01:33 AM
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1950's cruiser bicycle gearing by Michael Press
What was the typical gearing on the 1950's balloon tire single speed bicycles? -- Michael Press
August 10th 05 01:11 AM
by Michael Press Go to last post
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HOT foot by Morg
Has anyone heard of this? I ride a rode bike with mountain bike clip on shoes. I do not ride on dirt trails, or off road. I get mostly on my left toes sever...
August 9th 05 11:46 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Campy 8-speed cassette compatibility? by [email protected]
To the list: I bought a set of campy wheels a few years ago, they have record hubs with an 8-speed cassette hub, but no cassette. I never mounted them up,...
August 9th 05 11:41 PM
by Pete Biggs Go to last post
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Crank Removal tool for later cranks ? by Dan Lenski
I dunno anything about Stronglight cranks, but all the Sugino, SR, Suntour cranks I've seen use the same puller as a modern square taper crankset. By "stud...
August 9th 05 11:33 PM
by Dan Lenski Go to last post
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Finally, a non-carbon Campy compact crank! by App
When will it be available? I see it is a Centaur model. Will there be Chorus/Record? TIA App
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 9th 05 11:18 PM
by Llatikcuf Go to last post
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Saddle durability by teschman
I recently purchased a Performance Fortis Pro SL road saddle. The saddle fits me just fine, but this saddle has a logo stitched onto it and I was wondering if...
August 9th 05 10:53 PM
by teschman Go to last post
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Oval Concepts vs. Ritchey seatpost - setback by Llatikcuf
Kind of a funny question, Oval concepts lists 28mm of setback on their seatpost, yet it looks a lot like the 20mm setback Ritchey post. Does the Oval concepts...
August 9th 05 10:51 PM
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Advice on replacing old MTB chainrings by [email protected]
I've worn out the middle ring on my old Bridgestone MB-3, and after also just replacing my rear cassette, I'm thinking I'll just replace all the rings at once....
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 9th 05 10:32 PM
by Booker C. Bense Go to last post
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