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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 3:25 pm 
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HI im looking for some retro cyclocross parts, specialy cream wall tyres ( clinchers not turbula) and cabel hangers, but other parts might all be relevant to!

its for building op an 1993 GIOS cyclocross bike.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2009 7:43 pm 
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Gios Cross bike.

Don't see them very often. Last one I saw was a new one at Race Scene when I was visiting my folks 3 years ago.

I think you should give up this project and pass it on to me - if it's a 52 cm or so.

I'd give up the Alan for something like this.


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its i 58, just my size so i think it will have to stay whit me i Copenhagen!

i have found some parts for the build up but not all.
paul neo retro cantis w. cane creek levers
paul Thumbies w. duraace 8 speed and an nice old XT rear mech, the front will be replaced whit a paul chain keeper
salsa quill stem and a salsa belllap handel bar
the wheels is 105 to openpro, but i really needs some nice cream walled tires to add some retro look to the not that retro components


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stinus wrote:

i have found some parts for the build up but not all.

paul Thumbies w. duraace 8 speed and an nice old XT rear mech



Won't index properly in 8 speed. 7400/7401 Dura-Ace RD has different pull ratio to any other Shimano.


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7400/7401 Dura-Ace RD has different pull ratio to any other Shimano.


You'd be surprised. I've got a 7401 mech working with Ultegra 8 speed cassette and Sora STI.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2009 6:42 pm 
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terryhfs wrote:
You'd be surprised. I've got a 7401 mech working with Ultegra 8 speed cassette and Sora STI.


"Properly" was the important word in my posting. Don't doubt you can get it to work "acceptably".


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 30, 2009 3:30 pm 
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now its rolling, the tires is still wandet!!

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no one having som old speed max's at home?


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