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B.o.T.Y. Winner / Gold Trader
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:idea: if it helps the cable guides were also used on early
cannondales.


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Really?

the DuPont HQ building is near where i work,hmm....1 pace frame paint code please


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Good luck with the build Andy - that is an awesome project and I know I'll be watching out for progress. I suspect the finished article may take some time....


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I expect youre correct,lol


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Like everyone else has said.....Bullseye cranks in yellow....nothing else will do chap...


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:shock: lost for words!!, you lucky fella.

Looking forward to seeing this great project finished!

All the best.
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The RC100 had five layers of Porsche DuPont paint.

You'll be able to get a Bullseye crank & bearings from the States.

I know where you can get a pace stem, PM me.


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If there is more than one stem I'd be intrested. Don't want to tread on any toes though.

Also what size seat post does an RC-100 take? I want to put mine on a diet.

Sorry for the hijack. Got all excited about my Pace again.


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lol,i make it 27.2mm


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B.o.T.M. Winner / Feature Bike
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Seat post correct size ......... 27mm.

Paint Dupont two pack polyester enamel ........Graphite Grey

Bullseye Cranks....Pace used a metric bearing with a ID of 22mm. As standard Bullseye are 7/8". Unless you are lucky and find a Pace pair you will have to modify them to 22mm.

Hope this helps :wink:


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