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Re: painting a bike

It depends on the quality of the paint job. Cycle Art will charge an arm and a leg (think something like $500 or $600) but the paint job will be better than
klindsey6191
Jan 12
#13556
 
13555

Re: painting a bike

Very expensive. you can try Cycle art. but it ill cost ya Gary
gary@...
Jan 11
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13554

painting a bike

A friend of mine wants to restore his Schwinn 10 speed. He wants to have the bike painted and decaled to the exact way when he bought it. Who does this?
framerdan2007
Jan 11
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13553

Re: Size

I will check that Steve. Simple enough to pull it out and see if it is indicated... On Aug 12, 2016, at 11:25 AM, "'Steve Birmingham'
Frank Ruggiero
Aug 12, 2016
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13552

Re: Size

Thanks Charlie (and Steve B.) Im not home right now, but looking through the vintage catalog, I know believe I have a 1993 M500. I dont see a diameter for the
Frank Ruggiero
Aug 12, 2016
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13551

Re: Size

Also try the Cannondale website, customer support. Their bike archive area - http://www.cannondale.com/en/USA/Support/BikeArchive says to ask them and they
Charlie Joyce
Aug 12, 2016
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13550

Re: Size

Frank - What model is it? Cannondale had several mtn bike models by that time.  I'm going thru some old catalogs to see what they might have...  charlie  On
Charlie Joyce
Aug 12, 2016
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13549

Re: Size

Newer seatposts usually have the size stamped on them somewhere below the limit line. That's the first place I'd check. Digital calipers that give a nice
Steve Birmingham
Aug 12, 2016
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13548

Size

I have a 1994 Cannondale Mountainbike (USA). Would anybody know what size my seatpost would be? I'm going to make it my commuter cycle and want to secure the
Frank Ruggiero
Aug 12, 2016
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13547

Re: Opening a 25.4 stem clamp to 26.0

Hi Rich! Doing that is a bit of work, or some money spent on tools. And there’s a chance of weakening the clamp. Enough that for mocking something up I’d
Steve Birmingham
Jul 25, 2016
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13546

Opening a 25.4 stem clamp to 26.0

Going to post this here and on the facebook site as I'm not sure this (site) is still going. Wife got a (absolutely gorgeous) 97 50cm Bianchi Eros only to
freetobike2012
Jul 25, 2016
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13545

Re: MKS AR-8 Pedals

I managed to get them out. You need a narrow, sharp tool that you can press into the narrow slot and then pry it out. ... Chris the Moto(bécane)maniac ~~~
Chris Trask
Jul 4, 2016
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13544

Re: MKS AR-8 Pedals

I'm not certain of this, but from looking at a photo of these pedals, I would imagine that you would try to gently pry off the cap with a proper size
psycleman4
Jul 3, 2016
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13543

Re: MKS AR-8 Pedals

I know Rivendell sold a dust cap tool for MKS pedals and I've seen online that it is the same dust cap as the old Campy pedals, but I haven't checked out in
Charlie Joyce
Jul 3, 2016
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13542

MKS AR-8 Pedals

I've gone through a number of pedals over the years, trying to find makes and models that are to my liking. One of these is the MKS AR-8, which is a
Chris Trask
Jul 2, 2016
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