On 20 Feb 2004 at 11:53, DTSHIFTER@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 2/20/04 11:40:26 AM, Philcycles@aol.com writes:
> << This is just the sort of thing a video could pass on. If I was down in the
> SoCal area we could start today. I think this is a good project for the CR
> group. There are many areas where knowledge transfer between the generations
> broken down. In my own field-recording engineering-the problem is acute.
> areas are dying with this-my-generation and we are working on ways to
> them. >>
> Phil and All,
> Once upon a time, books served this purpose quite nicely. No one seems to
> have time to read anymore, but always enough time to watch a video!! Is this a
> by product of the sound bite generation?
> I learned how to mount tubulars (30+ years ago) by reading the instructions
> which were included with the Vittorias I bought to replace the worn-out
> Clements which came on my PX-10. I read, I tried, I experimented, I got sticky, I
> learned.........I think this approach would still work, but it is nice to have
> someone show you how to do something (as I have done for some people with
> mounting tubulars - in some cases for bike shop owners!!!). Patience is certainly
> a key.
There is a pretty complete article on gluing tubulars called:
"TUBULAR TIRES: ADHESIVES AND PRACTICE"
which can be found at:
It's a pretty extensive (14 pages of .pdf) tutorial which includes testing results of a number of adhesives.
I found the above via a Google search and was surprised to find that Sheldon's extensive site doesn't include instructions for dealing with tubulars; at least nothing I could find. :-(
John Everett - Aurora, Illinois
email@example.com (John V. Everett)