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  1. #651
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    Oct 2013
    Youuu guys are crazzzzzzzzy!
    I only have 8 including 2 motos (i call them bikes, the others are pedal bikes). 1 CF, 1Ti, 3 AL, & 1 STEEL, the motos are mangesium & steel.

  2. #652
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    Sep 2016
    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory Taylor View Post
    One way around this might be a threadless bottom bracket. If your bottom-bracket shell is between 68 and 71 mm wide, you are in business.

    VeloOrange carries them as well.

    Match the spindle length and taper (ISO v. JIS taper) to the type of crank arm that you buy. is a good place to start to find that particular piece of information about your crank arms if you pick up something old and used.
    I didn't know there was such a thing, but I measured the bb shell width and it was about 73mm, which is consistent with what Sheldon's article says. So this wouldn't work. Basically I need a super wide bottom bracket. With regular english threading.
    I like to ride fast.

  3. #653
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    Mar 2002
    You said earlier that you tried a modern crank on your old bottom bracket and it gave a bogus chainline - yup. What you need is an OLD crank...with an offset that matches the spindle that you have.

    Cranks are matched to a particular bottom bracket spindle width in order to give an appropriate chain line. Measure the spindle width, and then look for 175mm cranks that use that width. You are probably going to have to find an older crank in order to come up with a good match. Again, usually can be relied upon to supply the necessary data about older cranks, including the appropriate spindle width.

    Another thing to think of - did you actually check to see if the bottom bracket in your bike is threaded 26tpi? The bottom bracket on that bike was made by SunRace, not Raleigh, so there is a decent chance that it is threaded the standard 24 tpi. Get an old bottom bracket and see if it threads in easily. Emphasis on easily. Don't force it. If it does, you can use a 73mm mountain bike bottom bracket of the appropriate spindle width.
    Last edited by Gregory Taylor; 12-01-2016 at 02:31 PM.
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  4. #654
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    Jul 2016
    i usually have three keepers. it's the perfect number.

    a fourth or fifth might be in the queue to sell...

    but i look around now, and that number's grown to nine. wtf?

    hard to sell bikes in december...

    and hard to turn down an all-original '72 motobecane grand record for $100.
    Yossarian: don't worry. nothing's going to happen to you that won't happen to the rest of us.

  5. #655
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    Mar 2008
    Its been quite a while since I updated my list.

    A little update to my list
    Pegoretti Big Leg Emma with Record and EC90SLX
    2010 Wilier Imperiale with 2010 Super Record 11
    2010 Delta 7 2011 Super Record Ti with Hyperon Ultra Two Clincher
    2009 Stevens SLR with RED
    1985 Cinili Super Corsa with 1986 Record Group and wheels
    1993 Cannondale Killer V700 Mtn Bike
    2015 Delta 7 (#14of16) with SRAM RED 22 and Mavic Ksyrium PRO
    2016 Wilier Limited 124/200 Zero.6 ETAP and Hyperon Ultra 2
    2016 Passoni Top Force W Di2 with Mad Fiber Wheels
    2017 OPEN UP Rapha edition with DA9100 and ZIPP 202 Disk
    2017 Cervelo P5X with ETAP and ENVE 7.8 Disk
    2016 Cyfac Abslu2 with 9000 with Shamal Ultra Dark
    2018 Canyon RCC edtion ETAP with Bora wheels
    2018 Orbea Orca Aero ETAP with Lightweight Wheels
    2019 Specialized Venge Sagan Edition with Di2 and Bike Ahead Wheels
    2018 Specialized Roubaix Boonen Edition 9000 DA with Enve 7.8wheels
    2017 Pinarello F10 Campy 12 speed with Lightweight Disk Wheels

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