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 Post subject: Various bits and bobs
PostPosted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 9:49 pm 
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All the following are including UK postage, a bit more for a bit further:

- Campag Record 9 speed Ergos with carbon lever blades. Great nick, never dropped or crashed and no scratches at all - £115

- adidas Eddy Merckx traditional lace up cycling shoes. Really very good condition as you can see in the photo. Sadly, at 44, too small for me - £25 (or swop for the same in 46!)

- Campag Super Record rear mech. Always wanted one and had to have this. Cost £35 and I have since added new jockeys but the cage looks slightly bent. Can probably be easily sorted but, greedily, I now have another - £25 SOLD

- FSA Ultimax ti square taper b/b, how light! 113mm axle, English thread. Smooth - £25 SOLD

- Tektro silver brake calipers, no pads. Great condition with very little use - £17


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dibs on the super record


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Second in line on the Super Rec mech.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 12:51 pm 
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Interested in the FSA bottom bracket but need to check if it will fit any of my bikes.

Does it have Campag (ISO) or Shimano (JIC) tapers?


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 1:34 pm 
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Super Record rear mech now sold.

Wheelnut wrote:
Interested in the FSA bottom bracket but need to check if it will fit any of my bikes.

Does it have Campag (ISO) or Shimano (JIC) tapers?


The b/b is for a 68mm shell. Not sure is ISO or JIS taper but have used fine with a Campag chainset (that says nothing as I have cheerfully mixed and matched over the years without issues although I know that I shouldn't have done so. In theory at least).


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 3:36 pm 
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Okay, put me down for the FSA bottom bracket.

I'm hoping it will fit a Campag triple but if not I could always sell it on again. The taper angle is the same for both ISO and JIC (although the distance across the flats is slightly different) so it's okay to mix and match, .

I'll send you a PM.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:16 pm 
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Bottom bracket sold


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FSA bottom bracket now fitted to my 'Chinese' Colnago. Fits perfectly with the Campag triple chainset and it saves 110grams over the Athena b/b that was fitted. Thanks for sending it so quickly too, Ed.

Reckon you need some lessons on how to use a vernier though - the axle length was 103mm, not 113mm! :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:28 pm 
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Wheelnut wrote:
Reckon you need some lessons on how to use a vernier though - the axle length was 103mm, not 113mm! :lol:


The wonders of a plastic ruler :oops:


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