Hmm. I'm not sure, Karl. In fact I'm not even
certain how reliable the tube decals/labels are. My
earliest Lambert (1972 I think) has a down tube label
that says something like, "Lambert Gran Sport Pro 15
speed" when in fact it's a 10 speed!
> David Van Hook <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >It's interesting to me that not all my
> >Lambert/Viscounts have high flange hubs...two do,
> >don't. Maybe it depended on the year of
> >In fact none of them have identical shifters,
> >derailleurs or brake levers, but they all have
> >or Weinman knock off center-pull brakes. Only one
> >almost every component labeled Lambert.
> Mine had Weinmann centerpulls when I got it, but
> I've always thought they
> were not original for some reason. Partly because
> they don't quite reach
> the rims (AVA tubulars)! They'd be OK for 27"
> clinchers, so maybe...?
> Funny, I know it's an Aerospace Pro, but the
> top-tube decals have
> completely disintigrated, so how would I prove it?
> Karl Frantz
> Sterling, Massachusetts
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