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  1. bulldog1935

    Odd Campagnolo "quill" seat post

    '98 Forma, last year for lugged steel Moser, and most likely a re-badged DeRosa Primato. My quill seatpost is Super Record.
  2. bulldog1935

    Odd Campagnolo "quill" seat post

    I have one in use on my Moser - they're pretty much required on this marque.
  3. bulldog1935

    What bike did you ride today?

    I always like your bikes - clean and interesting. It's been 10 days since I've been on the forum. Riding for my metabolism, but nothing too exciting. I was first to the Dome last Sunday, but neither Tad or Howard made it, both promising to ride one of their classic bikes. Maybe this...
  4. bulldog1935

    What bike did you ride today?

    @dnc1 - gotta love your post in spite of the equipment shock. I had an old Cyclotouriste give up at the square taper on me one day. Another problem solved with a Sun XCD replacement. (My new Grand Bois hubs in the post above were also made by Sun XCD).
  5. bulldog1935

    What bike did you ride today?

    I have this old winter photo of Howard, who's the captain of our Sunday ride. (that's Tad, petritl, grinning over Howard's shoulder Howard owns Action Bikes in Universal City, and is the No. 1 rider in Texas, averaging 700 mi/wk. Van works part time at Howard's shop, and today debuted his 80s...
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    1967 Rizzato & Co. Duemila Folding Bicycle

    Have to say that's wanting to work on a bike. The result was worth it.
  7. bulldog1935

    Model year of Mom’s childhood Rudge Whitworth

    For removing the pin, I would try something like Kroil - penetrating oil. Note it can take time - it can take a lot of time. It took a lot of time to get where it is now. I've had frozen (chalk corrosion) aluminum thumbscrews on antique fishing reels let go after 6 months.
  8. bulldog1935

    What bike did you ride today?

    @dnc1 Ventile rainwear is mostly specific to Great Britain, as well. Knickers are universal (to keep your knees warm).
  9. bulldog1935

    What bike did you ride today?

    Been too busy to ride this week or play on this forum, for that matter. Got out with the Sunday group today and remembered my camera. I've been wanting to show Tim's lightweight Japan custom beauty. It was built to his personal dimensions by Katsunobu Takada when Tim was stationed there in the...
  10. bulldog1935

    What bike did you ride today?

    that was a droolfest
  11. bulldog1935

    1971 Crescent

    Your version of SunTour Spirt FD was 1966 to 75, your RD appeared in 1971. Looks like your shifter are ratcheted Suntour Power shifters LD-1500, which were on my 1976 Raleigh. The freewheel, SunTour Perfect PT-5000 Rims - I would be looking at Rigida - 1320 if they're 27", 1319 if they're 700C.
  12. bulldog1935

    What bike did you ride today?

    Hard to imagine you on that one. I've been getting my rides, but they're repetitive, good metabolism rides and, even though I bring the camera, haven't taken photos. Great news today, Tad and Mary Beth came out on the Sunday ride. We've had a month of oppressive summer heat already, a major...
  13. bulldog1935

    1971 Crescent

    simple Wiki search believes this is the same brand, which moved from Chicago to Sweden https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crescent_(bicycle) more detail at CR http://www.classicrendezvous.com/Sweden/crescent.htm The brand has a new owner since 1995 https://www.cycleurope.com/our-brands
  14. bulldog1935

    1971 Crescent

    certainly the bike is heavily modified as is normal with a live-with bike. The saddle is a likely choice for a woman rider, as is the frame size.
  15. bulldog1935

    '85 King of Mercia

    On the build stand for a final blue vanity touch - titanium chainring bolts. ...and gave the chainrings the cleaning they deserved - they're in really good shape, and good thing - both the 45T 110mm-bcd half-step mid, and 32T 58mm-bcd granny are hens' teeth. adding a ps about the titanium...
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