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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 11:47 am 
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*Dura Ace 7900 BB. (R hand cup knackered threads) All bearings great though. - £5.00

*Ritchey WCS 4Axis Wet Black Stem. Super light (110g or something daft) 120mm x +/- 6deg, 1&1/8th, 31.8mm O/S. Fitted but not used. A couple of tiny marks on the back underside (pictured) where I thought about prizing it a smidge wider to fit my tight carbon steerer, then thought better of it) - £32.00 posted. - SOLD.

*Selle Italia Saddle. gel, V comfy, kevlar edges, poss a Max Flite? Blue. - £15.00 posted

*Ultegra SL F.Mech. 31.8mm Band On. BP. Double. 10spd. Little use. Once small mark on body. - £15.00 posted.

*Specialized Bottle Cages. X2. Black. Used, but perfectly good and light and average. - £5.50 posted (the pair).

*Avid Shorty 4 Cantis. Full set with straddles (but no pads). Great brakes, work like mini V's with a tension rod rather than springs. Perfect CX brake. - £15.00 posted.

*Easton EA70 Drop Bar. 31.8mm O/S. 44cm. NOS. Never used. Decals a little faded, otherwise as new. - £30.00 posted. - SOLD.

*Shimano 34.9mm Band on - braze on front mech adapter thing. - £5.00 posted.

*31.8mm Powder coated White seat collar. - £4.00 posted.


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'scuse my ignorance (I know what it's for but...) does the braze on mech band have a thread?


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Dead Rats wrote:
'scuse my ignorance (I know what it's for but...) does the braze on mech band have a thread?


Yes I think so, Haven't paid it much attn since removing before using.

It basically means you can use a braze on mech on a normal tube without a braze on joint.

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Wu-Tangled wrote:
Dead Rats wrote:
'scuse my ignorance (I know what it's for but...) does the braze on mech band have a thread?


Yes I think so, Haven't paid it much attn since removing before using.

It basically means you can use a braze on mech on a normal tube without a braze on joint.

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sure, but I am thinking of modding into into an inner chain guide, hence why I'm wondering if the little hole on the RH side is threaded :wink:


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Your chainsaw may need a sharpen, that's why the rings in the log have splintered..... :roll:
Not that you wanted to know that though.


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treeman wrote:
Your chainsaw may need a sharpen, that's why the rings in the log have splintered..... :roll:
Not that you wanted to know that though.


it wasn't a chainsaw.


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