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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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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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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
3 1,394
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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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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Kevlar Spokes by Phil, Squid-in-Training
"Sheldon Brown" wrote in message ... ed wrote: I keep hearing about emergency kevlar...
July 13th 03 05:03 PM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
9 1,030
Bianchi Celeste Paint Color Code by Paul Southworth
In article , John Forrest Tomlinson wrote: "Chris Zacho "The Wheelman""...
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July 13th 03 04:43 PM
by Dick Durbin Go to last post
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Campag Headset by GlaucMan
I have a new Record headset. New meaning 3 months old. The rubber collar that surrounds the base of the unit covering the grease access holes has...
July 13th 03 01:25 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
2 1,082
Chain Cleaning "toy" by Scott C
Funny how things work sometimes.. I'm fairly new to bike repair / maintenance, but have totally disassembled a derailleur - or how ever you spell it, I've...
July 13th 03 01:23 PM
by David Kunz Go to last post
8 1,808
new chainwheels: what needs replacement? by [email protected]
I need new chainwheels and want to know how much stuff on the bike needs replacement to accomplish that. I just put on a new chain. Because the chainwheel is...
July 13th 03 04:00 AM
by David L. Johnson Go to last post
5 1,232
Helmets for big round heads by nycvelo
Apologies if this has been asked before. I'm helping helmet-shop for a friend has a big head. Really. It's at least 65+ mm around, and it is round, not oval,...
July 13th 03 03:42 AM
by Chris Zacho The Wheelman Go to last post
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Replacing Campy Record brake pads..help! by UncleAl
I am having a difficulty removing the brake pads from my Campy Record 2002 model brakes (standard front and differential rear). In a past life I used Dura-Ace...
July 12th 03 10:51 PM
by Paul Southworth Go to last post
4 1,269
Eggbeater pedal clicing question... by Me
Hi, I have the origional version of CrankBros Eggbeater (ie not the Ti or the Look version) pedals which are about 3 months old now. The left pedal starting...
July 12th 03 06:21 PM
by Ryan Cousineau Go to last post
1 1,199
Anyone still use their 70's BikeWare panniers? I do! by Jeff Potter
Back in 1978 I bought a full set of Bike Warehouse panniers (2 rear plus handlebar). They were light nylon, orange with plastic framing. I vaguely recall the...
July 12th 03 02:58 AM
by Jim, N2VX Go to last post
4 1,008
Which tires to use. Conti Ultra 2000 or Michlen Ellinium by Roger W
My bike came with Michelin Axial Kevlar(now Elliniums). My rear tire has produced 3 flats in 4 rides(after going 1000 miles with no punctures). They look a...
July 12th 03 01:59 AM
by Roger W Go to last post
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Correct way to measure chain wear? by Ken Nishimura
Started to wonder about the correct way to measure chain wear. Option 1 is to buy a chain checker (e.g. Park CC-2). Option 2 is to measure... Conventional...
July 12th 03 12:41 AM
by TBGibb Go to last post
3 1,391
source for Mafac brake lever clamp? by Arthur Strum
Through my own carelessness, I've somehow lost one of the brake lever clamps on my perfect old Mafac Competition levers, which I need for the moustache bars on...
July 12th 03 12:35 AM
by Arthur Strum Go to last post
3 848
mutant cassette lockring tool by g.daniels
ep iza supposed to be humor, jon. itsa ep week.ep is not those other words you so casually inflict on us. the tool's shaft is down inside the socket body and...
July 11th 03 04:38 PM
by g.daniels Go to last post
4 1,345
Campag - Shimano Compatibility Question by Fred Roses
I am building up a bike for hilly light touring, and I'd like to use a mix of parts already on the bike and on the basement shelf. For my drivetrain I'd like...
July 11th 03 01:59 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
3 1,370
Campy 10 speed chain by EMH
I just replaced my chain after 3800 miles. An interesting note after I looked over the old one pretty good was that the perma link was starting to come apart...
July 11th 03 01:49 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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