Re: [CR]Fwd: Reynolds tubing question

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Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 09:15:05 -0500
Subject: Re: [CR]Fwd: Reynolds tubing question
From: Richard M Sachs <>

the reynolds 'sl' tube set was from a preceeding era than the set inquired about in this austro daimler. the reynolds 531** 'professional' tube set differed from the 'competition' tube set in that it the three main tubes were thinner guage and the seatays were narrower diameter, making for a difference of 100 grams, or the equivilant of 100 raisins. wow. e-RICHIE in Chester **say five-three-one NOT five hundred and thirty one

On Thu, 10 Jan 2002 09:00:32 EST writes:
> In a message dated 1/10/2002 8:59:31 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> OROBOYZ writes:
> << In a message dated 1/8/2002 4:27:20 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> ___writes:
> << I happened upon your website today. Fantastic for us
> over-the-hill
> has-beens (or in my case never-was). Question. I didn't see a
> Reynolds 531
> Professional sticker in the Reynolds tubing section. I have an
> Austro-Daimler Ultima (57 cm, chrome, Mavic 500-gruppo-equipped)
> that I
> rescued from the back of a local bike shop years ago that has
> these stickers
> on it. Can you give me some info on the tube set by chance? >>
> I am not sure the exact composition of that tube set... My
> impression at
> that time was that this set was more robust than the light SL set
> but lighter
> than the other options offered in 531. Of course 753 was out by that
> time
> too, so maybe one of the members of the Classic Rendezvous mailing
> list can
> address this more specifically
> I am copying you inquiry to that list, and you can see their
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