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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 7:48 pm 
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thats a cool bike model name sentinel


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THWANG-666 wrote:
thats a cool bike model name sentinel


was the cheapest though, exage 500LX kit !


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 10:11 pm 
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what size seat post do the dyna techs take


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2007 1:40 pm 
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Not sure off the top of my head the size of the post

i have a post that i remember being for the bike so i will have a look at the weekend when i can get into the garage in daylight , doing it at night is suicidal in my garage!


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Have you tried

http://www.campyoldy.co.uk

for MTB campy stuff, he always has stock at not mad prices. I know he has some themis mechs, front mechs of many sorts, cantis and brakes, pedals and seatpost and so on, oh and Jez has some bullit shifters!


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Current Stock list:


EUCLID front mech silver body 28.5mm band £40.00
Euclid front mech silver body adjustable band to 33mm £40.00
Euclid front mech Graphite body adjustable band to 33mm £40.00
Euclid front mech Graphite body 35/36mm band £40.00
Euclid BB set complete Italian thread £30.00
Euclid BB cups and lockring Italian thread £10.00
Euclid triple chainset 'Touring' 170mm 30/42/52 £110.00
Euclid triple chainset Graphite cranks 170mm 24/36/48 £110.00
Euclid triple chainset Graphite cranks 180mm 26/36/48 £85.00
Euclid bear trap pedals with or without plastic inserts £60.00
Euclid 2 bolt seatpost 27mm x 300mm long £15.00
ICARUS Cr-Mo seatpost 31.6mm x 300mm £10.00
CENTAUR BB set complete, triple axle 132mm long, Italian thread, 9/89 £20.00
Centaur pedals same as Record-less polished body-not current Centaur group £30.00
Centaur or Olympus cantilever brakes set-levers for flat h/bar, cables, straddle bridges etc-the brakes are same in both sets but different levers £55.00
OLYMPUS BB set complete, triple axle 124mm long, English thread £20.00
THEMIS rear mech, leaflet dated 2/91 £40.00
Gear protector long version, fits on rear axle £15.00


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2007 5:57 pm 
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THWANG-666 , i measured my seatpost on the voyager and its 27.2 this was also corroberated by the seatpost which came with the bike and it has 27.2 etched into the post.
On another not i was so getted when i missed out on a NIB NOS campagnolo Olympus groupset that went on EBAY for £160 i didnt read the advert properly and it finished at 5 30 in the morning.
i am so gutted i missed that one!


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2007 6:05 pm 
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retrobikeguy wrote:
1991 bike line-up

http://www.mtb-kataloge.de/Bikekataloge/PDF/Raleigh/Raleigh91.pdf

endeavour was the top end one.

I do remember they used to have a green-ti version as well called sentinel

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Odd that... I had a Dynatech Mission, which was the 2070 (653 and 531) frameset, but with a DX groupset. Can't have been around in '91, or possibly not marketed in Germany?


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 1:05 am 
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well thats me one step closer to finishing the voyager , i missed out on the complete campagnolo Olympus groupset but have just got my self a brand new olympus rear mech for £35 plus a bit of postage.

still some more bits to get hold of though.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2007 8:58 pm 
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Russell wrote:
retrobikeguy wrote:
1991 bike line-up

http://www.mtb-kataloge.de/Bikekataloge/PDF/Raleigh/Raleigh91.pdf

endeavour was the top end one.

I do remember they used to have a green-ti version as well called sentinel

:wink:


Odd that... I had a Dynatech Mission, which was the 2070 (653 and 531) frameset, but with a DX groupset. Can't have been around in '91, or possibly not marketed in Germany?


I've a 1991 UK Dyna-Tech catalogue, this lists the Sentinel and Mission
MTBs in addition to those in the German catalogue. The Sentinel has
2055 frameset (Reynolds 501?) with twin-stay - all others were monostay
at that time (at least in the catalogue). The Mission is listed exactly as
above, 2070 frameset and DX groupset.

The large frame (49/53cm) Campagnolo-equipped models
had 'Dyna-Curve' geometry where the top-tube had a kink. I
remember seeing one of these on display at the Dyna-Tech dealer in
Chester (Claude Crimes) and double-taking - it looked distinctly odd
when frames at the time were simple triangles.


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