Re: [CR]Re: Eisentraut models


Example: Framebuilders

From: "renaissance-cycles" <info@renaissance-cycles.com>
To: "kevin gosney" <kevingosney10@hotmail.com>, <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
References: <F151wSif8evXjj1dfnm0001dc07@hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]Re: Eisentraut models
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 04:22:45 +0100


So!....................Where you been??

BC Baron Corpuz............and the gang............Holland!!


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From: kevin gosney
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Subject: [CR]Re: Eisentraut models



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> Gang,
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> Kevin, "formerly residing in Latin America", Gosney is back on. Got a question regarding frames from Albert Eisentraut. In the late 70's what where the differences between the "Model A' and "Model B" frames . I've owned a "LIMITED" so understand that specification, but am at a loss regarding tubing, geometry, lugs, and original price differences between A & B.
> Any help out there?
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> Thanks, Cold but dry in Oregon
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> Kevin
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> &gt; 1. bicycle models legnano, bartalli, binda, (roy roberts)
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> &gt; 2. Due to the great response, here are a few more for sale items! (REClassicBikes@aol.com)
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> &gt; 3. New Depature 2 speed hub year/ (Phil)
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> &gt; 4. FS bicycle models cont'd (roy roberts)
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> &gt; 5. Vintage Tire renewal &amp; restoration info needed (Questor)
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> &gt;Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 09:33:37 -0800 (PST)
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> &gt;From: roy roberts
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> &gt;Subject: [CR]bicycle models legnano, bartalli, binda,
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> &gt;Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 12:57:37 EST
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> &gt;Subject: [CR]Due to the great response, here are a few more for sale items!
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> &gt;NOS, boxed. Weinmanns finest 400 brakeset, complete with levers, gum hoods,
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> &gt;From: "Phil"
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> &gt;Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 13:46:04 -0500
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> &gt;Subject: [CR]New Depature 2 speed hub year/
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> &gt;Anyone know what year New departure came out with 2 speed hub and top =
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> &gt;Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 10:39:49 -0800 (PST)
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> &gt;From: roy roberts
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> &gt;Subject: [CR]FS bicycle models cont'd
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> &gt;Reply-To: "Questor"
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> &gt;Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 14:31:18 -0500
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> &gt;Subject: [CR]Vintage Tire renewal &amp; restoration info needed
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> &gt;Hello,
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> &gt;I have obtained a late 70's Campy tubular LF wheel set that has original =
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> &gt;Clement Criterium tires. The tires still hold air, but the casing is =
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> &gt;apparently rubber coated that has discolored with age. =20
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> &gt;Are there any suggestions on how I can clean up the discoloration =
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> &gt;without damaging the tires casing or its original color? I may be =
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> &gt;over time... could there have been a manufacturing change? =20
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> &gt;What cleaner/preservative should I use in the future to make reasonably =
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> &gt;sure this discoloration does not come back?
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> &gt;Thanks, Steve Neago
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> &gt;Subject: [CR]CR jerseys?
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> &gt;How is the tally on the CR jerseys coming along?
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> &gt;Walt S
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> &gt;Questor
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> &gt; &gt; Hello,
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> &gt;I have obtained a late 70's Campy tubular LF wheel set that has original Clement Criterium tires. The tires still hold air, but the casing is apparently rubber coated that has discolored with age.
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> &gt;Are there any suggestions on how I can clean up the discoloration without damaging the tires casing or its original color? I may be wrong, but it seems that current tubular tires do not have this problem over time... could there have been a manufacturing change?
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> &gt;What cleaner/preservative should I use in the future to make reasonably sure this discoloration does not come back?
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> &gt;Subject: [CR]DNP components??
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> &gt;What the heck are DNP components? I acquired a box of old Bike JUNK from a guy and while coursing through this box I have come across only a few usable items. There were some skewers, mostly skewer pieces, a Suntour bar-con shifter (only one), many bits and pieces of suntour derailleurs (enough to make one freaksish looking but non working derailleur), a Celeste T.A. bottle cage, and the only derailleurs not broken are these DNP derailleurs. They look like expendable JUNK. Are they?
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