Raleigh Dynatech Decade

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Re: Raleigh Dynatech Decade - (Campagnolo and Sachs New Success)

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Put her together - need a bottom bracket
Put on the Sachs PC91 chain plus the Campagnolo Euclid graphite cranks
(They match the Campag graphite brake levers)
The tyres are temporary - I ordered some NOS Wolber amber wall MTB tyres and await delivery.
What do you think?
 

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Re: Raleigh Dynatech Decade - (Campagnolo and Sachs New Success)

The shifter Cover is a Sachs Wavey - I’ve the same grey Sachs power grip extreme Which I’ll put on once (Campag) black cabling arrives
And here are the tyres:
 

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Re: Raleigh Dynatech Decade - (Campagnolo and Sachs New Success)

Bottom bracket sorted
A NOS campag Euclid Contax ATB Bottom bracket - next up Campag Euclid pedals - Euclid grey QR seat binder and cables
 

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Re: Raleigh Dynatech Decade - (Campagnolo and Sachs New Success)

Update
The bottom bracket was perfect
Perfect chainline too
The Wolber 47-559 tyres fitted - next up the Euclid pedals - seat clamp and sort the cabling out - adjust and ride!
 

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Re: Raleigh Dynatech Decade - (Campagnolo and Sachs New Success)

looks amazing , can almost feel how light it is from the pictures,, what is the weight
 

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stubb":1utypb2c said:
looks amazing , can almost feel how light it is from the pictures,, what is the weight
Thank you for the comments! It’s encouraging
Its Very light - feels as light as my Former MT4 felt - if not lighter. I’d say around 22 lbs but I haven’t weighed it yet.
I could’ve shed a lot of weight from it with lighter rims, tyres, cranks and mechs - but as it is I’m very impressed - I’ll find out when I weigh and then ride it
 

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It’ll be a 99% Euro build - nothing I can do about the M900 headset though - as it’s a custom job and a pain to fit - I would’ve preferred the Mavic 316 on it but doesn’t matter.
 

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Nice build! - Glad you got the bottom bracket issues sorted.

Like the choice of spec - personally, I prefer the Amberwall look but it still works on the blackwalls.

Keep up the good work.

boy"O"boy
 

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boy"O"boy":2al9w8xo said:
Nice build! - Glad you got the bottom bracket issues sorted.

Like the choice of spec - personally, I prefer the Amberwall look but it still works on the blackwalls.

Keep up the good work.

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Thanks mate - I prefer the amber wall - they’re in period Wolber too- the thick black tyres makes it look like a modern Skinny steel 29er with an odd front end.

My question is - Bar ends or no bar ends? Are there any euro made bar ends from the early 90ies apart from XLite?
 

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