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What bottom bracket do I need? by Sheldon Brown
Boyd Speerschneider wrote: I have an old Fuji team bike which I am renovating. I just had it repainted. When I took it apart, I was careful to write the...
July 29th 03 09:24 PM
by Boyd Speerschneider Go to last post
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Rock Shox Repair Manuals by pico23
where can I get old rock shox servive flyers? They post the 2000 on up on the web but nothing before. Thanks, Justin
July 29th 03 08:42 PM
by pico23 Go to last post
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Steel bars by Paul
I ride a relatively budget, rigid mountain bike. It's 7005 T6 aluminium with a cromoly rigid fork. I don't ride serious off-road but I do ride 30-40 mile rides...
July 29th 03 04:50 PM
by Shaun Rimmer Go to last post
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Bullseye rear axle held together how? by Brian Plaugher
On my kids bike, the rear axle (thru a Bullseye hub) loosened up. It is a 7 speed freehwheel on a 135mm rear. It seems to be held on the freewheel side by a...
July 29th 03 02:58 PM
by Doug Milliken Go to last post
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Handlebar Shim Question by Jim Edgar
Looking for a little more reach on the fixed gear, I've dug through the parts bin and pulled out an old Cinelli steam (1A, I think). So, when I put it on the...
July 29th 03 02:37 PM
by James Thomson Go to last post
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Gratuitous stack? by scott
Consider the following bicycle photo: http://www.ifbikes.com/frames2/ticrownjewel_p1.shtml Why not flip the stem and skip the stack of spacers for the exact...
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July 29th 03 02:23 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Front mech problem by andyforse
Fitting a new front mech yesterday (Deore) and I left the recommended 2mm gap between the outer cage and the big ring. Trouble is when trying to move the chain...
July 29th 03 11:45 AM
by Shaun Rimmer Go to last post
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First decent road bike... stem length? by Dan Brussee
I just picked up a road frame for the first time. I have been riding a hybrid frame for several years and felt I wanted to see what a real road bike would do...
July 29th 03 06:06 AM
by Werehatrack Go to last post
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Vintage Jack Taylor tandem rear dropout spacing by David Ray
Hello all! I have a 1965 Jack Taylor Sports Tandem that I recently aquired. Upon tearing down the frame and taking some measurements, it appears that the...
July 29th 03 05:00 AM
by Lewdvig Go to last post
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Thoughts on Cinelli Super Corsa?? by Eurastus
Many moons ago (like 24 years--back in 1979) when I first started serious road riding as a freshman in high school, one of the guys I rode with quite regularly...
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July 29th 03 04:52 AM
by Lewdvig Go to last post
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Adventures in cheap by Werehatrack
So, OK, I'm in one of the local Mall-Warts this morning, and there's this 26" front-suspension MTB with a "clearance" tag marked $30. There's another one just...
July 29th 03 04:41 AM
by Robin Hubert Go to last post
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Comments on Campy Scirocco Wheels? by Alan
I have seen some very good deals on the Campy Scirocco wheels. Any experiences pro or con? I've always ridden conventional wheels but I can buy these wheels...
July 29th 03 04:11 AM
by Alan Go to last post
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cheapest bike computer for non-bike project please... by jt
Got a mini-lathe and would like a tachometer for it; some people have converted bike speedo's working. What I need is just a speedo, no stop watch/time of day...
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July 29th 03 02:25 AM
by Phil, Squid-in-Training Go to last post
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lance's fin helmet by panda
why does lance amstrongs TT helmet look different to all the others, having a big fin-like end on it? panda
July 28th 03 10:21 PM
by Francesco Devittori Go to last post
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SRAM PC58 - Campy Chorus 8 Speed Question by jmk
I have been using SRAM (ex-Sachs) PC-58 chains with my Campagnolo Chorus 8 speed group for the past six years. I have always found the PC-58 to be a great...
July 28th 03 10:16 PM
by Eddiefel Go to last post
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Vittoria Jr. Cotton Sewups by NS>
Are these tires supposed to be used on a wood track only? I have a TT bike and have that tire on it.. I have used it for road before with good results. I was...
July 28th 03 09:37 PM
by Mike Murray Go to last post
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Serotta Legend TI w/ pivoting seat stays? by Bret Wade
Serotta offers a pivoting carbon seat stays as an option on several of their Ti frames which is supposed to provide some suspension travel. My wife will be...
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July 28th 03 08:39 PM
by Scott Hendricks Go to last post
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Suggestions on lighting systems by David Johnston
I'm fed up with my Niterider Trailrat always burning out its bulb! I've burnt out four bulbs in the last year and a half! I'm not even knocking the thing...
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July 28th 03 03:21 PM
by David Damerell Go to last post
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brake levers, road bike, flat bar by Joseph S.
I have put together a flat bar road bike with grip shifters and mountain type brake levers. this setup is for my wife and she really likes the design mainly...
July 28th 03 01:12 AM
by Matt Temple Go to last post
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TdF - Question: What kind of Radios . . . by Stan Shankman
Greetings newsgroupers, I keep hearing that Lance, and others, have radios in their helmets. Does anyone know anything about them? Can they talk on...
July 27th 03 11:45 PM
by KBH Go to last post
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