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Re: Dating the Duplex From the photos, it looks very similar to our 1995 Duplex. One thing different is the steering bar. Ours is a dull metal while yours is shiny (maybe a post-95

Bob Krzewinski
Jan 20
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Re: dating the Duplex [5 Attachments] If Dick Ryan is still perusing this site from time-to-time, he may have some helpful information... The Duplex wasn't produced in the same volume as the

Geoff Steele
Jan 19
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Re: dating the Duplex [1 Attachment] H'lo Bill: Dick Ryan told me when I saw him (a couple of times) that Fed law doesn't require application of serial numbers for series production of fewer than

Geoff Steele
Jan 19
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Re: dating the Duplex [5 Attachments] Very good. I think it is closer to 96/97 like my Vanguard. It has the black underseat steering block with the twin finger clamps and it has the tubular seat

Paul Bruneau
Jan 19
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Re: dating the Duplex Thanks Paul. More pix attached. On 1/19/2015 1:16 PM, Paul Bruneau paul@... [ryanownersclub]

Bill Bennett
Jan 19
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Re: dating the Duplex [1 Attachment] Can you show pics of the underseat steering bracket and the seat stays? I'm guessing in the 95 range Sent from my iPhone

Paul Bruneau
Jan 19
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dating the Duplex Hi all. Would like to estimate the year of manufacture of this bike. Can't find any serial number on either bottom bracket. There is no "Duplex" painted

Bill Bennett
Jan 19
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Re: bought the Duplex Yeah... I think the bike came out first. Like Tommy Smothers said once about his brother Dickie -- "Mom always liked you best!!" To:

Geoff Steele
Jan 19
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bought the Duplex "you'll begin to feel like you were born with it"? I feel sorry for your poor mother. Christopher Reed

reedchrisj
Jan 19
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Re: bought the Duplex - another vote for a hub Amen to that.... Geoff To: ryanownersclub@yahoogroups.com From: ryanownersclub@yahoogroups.com Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2015 07:59:43 -0800 Subject: Re:

Geoff Steele
Jan 18
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Re: bought the Duplex - another vote for a hub Coordination is the biggest challenge you'll have, which exacerbates the relatively disadvantaged starting position. Having put a Rohloff hub on my Vanguard, I

joesmoe3us
Jan 18
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Re: bought the Duplex Friend Tom always has good advice, and it's good to see him offering same here. My 'power foot' is my left foot -- even though I'm right-handed. Strange, but

Geoff Steele
Jan 18
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Re: bought the Duplex Eric's got great advice. The Camelbacks work well for hydration and their weight is carried by the bike frame, not the rider. Also agree that changing hubs

Geoff Steele
Jan 18
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Re: bought the Duplex [4 Attachments] Bill, having gone through EXACTLY the same thing you're experiencing after we got our Duplex, I feel confident in assuring you that after a couple of weeks of

Eric Siegmund
Jan 18
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Re: bought the Duplex [4 Attachments] The "start from complete stop" process is akin to what we teach in adult cycling classes.The "Flintstone" method doesn't work worth a darn, especially on a

Tom Armstrong
Jan 18
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