I fitted the Campagnolo crank & managed to get a good chainline, thanks to the adjustable Primo bottom bracket. It worked well and looked good with the Suntour beartrap pedals.
...but it wasn't the look I wanted for the A'ha. So I will shift the crank and pedals onto my dark blue 1995 Humu, as that has a more classic look than the Stars & Bars Aha. (I have the correct Campagnolo dust caps, but the inner chainring tabs will stay - I'm not about to take a grinder to a Strada crank just for the sake of a cruiser project).
So I tried the Profile crank, BB and chainring. With blue DMR pedals. Much better!
Leaning up against the 2005 disk brake Humu Deluxe, the riding position is very similar.
But the grey P2 fork on this one always gave a slack, "kicked-out" look that I wasn't keen on. So onto the NOS Sunn BMiX forks!
The pictures were taken before I fitted the fork crown race, brakes and chain, but the Sunn fork has a much shorter axle-to-crown length that makes all the frame angles slightly steeper.
The steering is a lot quicker and it's much easier to do stoppies. Not so much a relaxed "cruiser" any more
And the fork crown is much closer to the front tire, so it also loses that "gappy" look.
That's all for now.