I'm after a mint/exceptional Deore DX Rear Derailleur, these spanned several 'Deore' Groupsets over a number of years.
Should be marked as -
Ideally after a Short Cage (SS), however will accept a Super Long Cage (SGS).
Must be decalled as Deore DX and not Deore...
A answer to your question with another question or two.....
The 'spanner' in the works is this -
Where in the timeline does this fit in?
Dave was already building bikes for MS Steels and his own brand prior to Rodger getting in contact with the Tushingham project, perhaps Dave offered this...
I’ll keep this quick as this is the BOTM thread,
A good place for some further reading is here….
The potted version..
Drew Lawson and Ari Hadjipetrou founded...
I've been asked to enter this, built last year.
These photos are with the incorrect Crank caps, it has the correct XT ones installed now, I'll change the photos when I get back home.
1988/89 Tushingham B52.
Build thread over here.
Looking for a very very good/exceptional or mint Deore DX HP-M650/651 - 1" Headset to complete the parts list for a Yellow fade 1990 Clockwork.
Seems to be a few 1 1/8" about, but no 1".... :(
Question for the collective this morning....I picked up this frame and fork yesterday today, it was being sold as an 1990 Clockwork, no reason to doubt that. According to the seller, he was told by the original owner that it was originally a plain orange bike with no white fade.
Thanks for the comment's folks, still a couple of bits to find for it before I'll consider it done...
XT crank caps, maybe a pair of XT pedals to replace the VP copies that are on at the moment.
Anyone who has a Works Replica, I'd like to make you an offer lol....
Now hunting for Deore DX for...
Here you go...
The Tushingham frame in the 4/5th photos down in the thread, bounced around on here through various members until it landed at my feet.
The Tushingham B.52 as it was advertised, I believe it came to me in bits when I bought it....or that might be another one...
What if BITD?...................
(The purists might want to avert their eyes….)
Way back in 1987 a chap by the name of Roger Tushingham had recently started to sell a range of Mountain bikes branded as ‘Tushingham’, (later the bikes would be Tushingham B.52, (Tushingham being the brand, and...
As per title,
I'm looking for a very very good/mint/NOS (In Black)
Deore LX Front Derailleur- M560/561 and a Deore LX Rear Derailleur (Long cage - 8 speed) to go onto an early '90's Overburys Pioneer - need to get it finished as I'm losing the will to live with it..... :facepalm: