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U Brakes ,MTB, What is the trick to installing pads???? by Robert Box
What is the trick to getting the pads positioned correctly on U brakes? Centered on sidewall of rim and toed in properly. This is a late 80's MTB . Is there...
July 18th 03 01:42 PM
by Lee Go to last post
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Helmet strap by [email protected]
My helmet strap is gettin stinky! Any suggestions on how to clean it? It's a Giro helmet and I'm not sure if there is a way to take the strap off the helmet to...
July 18th 03 09:21 AM
by Phil, Squid-in-Training Go to last post
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Crank square taper hole too large - options? by Phil Holman
"Mark McMaster" wrote in message ... I have a set of unused cranks for square taper BB. ...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 18th 03 02:10 AM
by Ted Bennett Go to last post
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Opinions solicited (non tech) by Chris
"ajames54" wrote in message ... So what do you think? I'm impressed and FWIW I...
July 17th 03 11:13 PM
by dr. dave Go to last post
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(Un)even spoke tension by Ted Bennett
I recently built a rear wheel where the eyelets deviate a bit. I'm not able to make this wheel true (.25mm) with an even spoke tension. It's well...
July 17th 03 12:33 PM
by Peter Cole Go to last post
2 1,636
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
5 1,143
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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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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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
4 1,035
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
3 1,193
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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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
8 1,106
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
1 909
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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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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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
14 1,966
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
1 547
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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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
4 1,485
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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