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Might be worth asking some q's here > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TI_RALEIGH_TEAM_PROS/

some knowledgeable people on team pros!


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John wrote:
Might be worth asking some q's here > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TI_RALEIGH_TEAM_PROS/

some knowledgeable people on team pros!



'Tis done.


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legrandefromage wrote:
John wrote:
Might be worth asking some q's here > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TI_RALEIGH_TEAM_PROS/

some knowledgeable people on team pros!



'Tis done.

any feedback? And are you going to chop the rack mounts off? DIY or pro spray?


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John wrote:
legrandefromage wrote:
John wrote:
Might be worth asking some q's here > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TI_RALEIGH_TEAM_PROS/

some knowledgeable people on team pros!



'Tis done.

any feedback? And are you going to chop the rack mounts off? DIY or pro spray?


Those mounts are coming off - I rattle can quite well so as most of my bike budget was blown on the Merckx, this will be a cheapy job.

No feedback from the site just yet.


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Bloody quick reply - its from 1985 and was still available in black and red so that settles it.

As to what Reynolds decals - dont know yet.


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Very quick reply -

1985 and the black & red colour scheme was available as an option so thats what I'm going to do.


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Did they confirm which tubeset was used?


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no - forgot to ask! :oops:


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Sorry for the delay in replying to this post - I've only just joined and read it !
My Raleigh Team 753 was custom built for me in February 1985 (ordered in Nov'84) and I specified various things (it was a Time Trial Special).
27.2mm seat post fitting.
Cinelli solid bottom bracket shell with cable guides over the top.
Non drilled Campag dropouts.
Allen key brake bolt fittings - Also short reach fitting.
Number holder.
Team Raleigh Panasonic colour scheme.
Campag Super Record headset - however it came fitted with an alloy EDCO headset - wasn't to happy about that - so I replaced it ! :(
I kitted it all out in Campag Super Record and put Mavic SSC rims on and used it for many years - I still have it today !
Oh yes - the frame number - SB7334 ! Just one before yours ;)


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mercs600 wrote:
Sorry for the delay in replying to this post - I've only just joined and read it !
My Raleigh Team 753 was custom built for me in February 1985 (ordered in Nov'84) and I specified various things (it was a Time Trial Special).
27.2mm seat post fitting.
Cinelli solid bottom bracket shell with cable guides over the top.
Non drilled Campag dropouts.
Allen key brake bolt fittings - Also short reach fitting.
Number holder.
Team Raleigh Panasonic colour scheme.
Campag Super Record headset - however it came fitted with an alloy EDCO headset - wasn't to happy about that - so I replaced it ! :(
I kitted it all out in Campag Super Record and put Mavic SSC rims on and used it for many years - I still have it today !
Oh yes - the frame number - SB7334 ! Just one before yours ;)


Wow - thats cool. Many thanks. The frame has a new owner and is very happy with it.


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