[CR]Re: Advertising Off topic Goods (Ian Briggs)


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Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2008 01:53:54 -0500
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Subject: [CR]Re: Advertising Off topic Goods (Ian Briggs)

Doug,

I may be getting the wrong end of the wrong stick here but for what it's worth I believe the person in question dosen't really press their luck too far and most of the stuff which might be described as Off Topic can arguably be described as KOF anyway?and is usually included in a whole raft of predominately On Topic goods for auction.

In addition the person I am thinking of (but could be mistaken) is a long established member of this list, has a in depth knowledge of classic bikes and bits?and continues to be a great asset to us all...

Ian Briggs Luton, Bedfordshire, UK

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Today's Topics:

1. Luxor "65"variations, and additional nightlights (Aldo Ross) 2. Brooks Saddle Advice (Bruce Audino) 3. Id Vintage Harry Quinn Data Point (Bill Kloos) 4. Re: Re[4]: [CR]A BH track hub. Italian ? http://tiny.cc/LZloq (ternst) 5. Advertising Off topic Goods (Doug Smith) 6. Unobtanium Colnagos (Greg S) 7. Re: Re[4]: [CR]A BH track hub. Italian ? http://tiny.cc/LZloq (John Betmanis) 8. RE: Brooks Saddle Advice (CyclArt Shop) 9. Re: Unobtanium Colnagos (brianbaylis@juno.com) 10. Re: Brooks Saddle Advice (Jerome & Elizabeth Moos) 11. Re: Brooks Saddle Advice (Jerome & Elizabeth Moos) 12. Another set of interesting French fenders (aldoross4) 13. Re: Re[4]: [CR]A BH track hub. Italian ? http://tiny.cc/LZloq (ternst)

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Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 15:31:44 -0500 From: "Aldo Ross" <aldoross4@siscom.net> To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org> Subject: [CR]Luxor "65"variations, and additional nightlights Message-ID: <E5A7E6C0134D469DA2F3ADECDF43B855@Newhouse> Content-Type: text/plain;charset="iso-8859-1" MIME-Version: 1.0 Precedence: list Message: 1

I've added more nighttime pics of lights, and a photostudy of two variations of the Luxor "65" headlight:

http://aldoblog2008.blogspot.com/

Aldo Ross Middletown, Ohio, USA

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Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 15:38:20 -0500 From: "Bruce Audino" <uomodiolmo@gmail.com> To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org Subject: [CR]Brooks Saddle Advice Message-ID: <cb09e8f10812101238x56e133at52872b707dfb2753@mail.gmail.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Precedence: list Message: 2

Hello CR,

I hope this counts as "on topic" as I figured there has to be a higher concentration of Brooks saddle users here than anywhere else possibly on Earth.

I am looking to replace the white San Marco Regal on my daily commuter and city transporter with a nice black Brooks. Why? Because it is not a great saddle for riding in blue jeans and dress slacks and the such and I'm tired of cleaning the darn thing. I am in a toss up between the B17 Special or the Team Professional. I know everyone fits saddles differently, so I am asking in your "general" experience which would be better suited on a steel lugged road frame with drops for comfortable city riding in casual clothes. I am about 5'10 and 160 so I'm pretty skinny and can ride comfortably on narrow saddles. The B17 on Harris is described to be suitable for bars that are at or above seat height and mine are slightly below, which has me leaning towards the Pro. On the other hand, seems that plenty of folks use the B17 on their road bikes. Whaddya think??

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Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 12:38:37 -0800 From: "Bill Kloos" <billkloos@landuseoregon.com> To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org> Cc: Bill Kloos <billkloos@landuseoregon.com> Subject: [CR]Id Vintage Harry Quinn Data Point Message-ID: <001801c95b07$48a01840$d9e048c0$@com> In-Reply-To: <MONKEYFOODGzZFlFQNK0000130f@monkeyfood.nt.phred.org> References: <MONKEYFOODGzZFlFQNK0000130f@monkeyfood.nt.phred.org> Content-Type: text/plain;charset="iso-8859-1" MIME-Version: 1.0 Precedence: list Reply-To: billkloos@landUseOregon.com Message: 3

All: Anothe r data point: I am the second owner of Q2935, which was ordered in February of 1973 and picked up at the factory in June of 1973 from Harry Quinn himself, according to the first owner.

Bill Kloos Law Office of Bill Kloos, PC 375 W. 4th Street, Suite 204 Eugene, OR? 97401 Phone: (541) 343-8596 Fax: (541) 343-8702 e-mail: billkloos@landuseoregon.com Web http://www.LandUseOregon.com

-----Original Message----- From: classicrendezvous-bounces@bikelist.org [mailto:classicrendezvous-bounces@bikelist.org] On Behalf Of charles hughes Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:20 PM To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org Subject: [CR]Id Vintage Harry Quinn

Hi CR Listers I need some help identifying the age of a Harry Quinn roadbike with the serial # Q3074.( bottom bracket shell) Any help would be gratefully accepted. Thanks Chuck Hughes, Westwood Ma

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Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 12:54:34 -0800 From: "ternst" <ternst1@cox.net> To: "Dmitry Yaitskov" <dima@rogers.com>, "Phil Brown" <philcycles@sbcglobal.net> Cc: C R List <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org> Subject: Re: Re[4]: [CR]A BH track hub. Italian ? http://tiny.cc/LZloq Message-ID: <B5D1D221107D46799959D419CFA52983@D8XCLL51> References: <DAECJCGMAPNDNDBOEMIKCEKPHEAA.shop@cyclart.com><9581CF4AE0134849BBD772A645D144C6@D8XCLL51> <493F72CD.6030203@m-gineering.nl><66279862.20081210134033@rogers.com><8935f2e651d5d7cc11bfe00cb8c5c604@sbcglobal.net> <562624146.20081210141816@rogers.com> Content-Type: text/plain;format=flowed;charset="iso-8859-1"; reply-type=original MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Precedence: list Message: 4

Dmitry: The only reason you're beating a dead horse is that it's frozen in place up there in the cold north and you don't know it's dead yet. The original Q was on a straight thread hub could a lockring be put on and could one use a fixed cog on such a hub. No one wanted to put a lockring on the same thread size as the cog on a track hub. A track hub by definition is one thread size for cog, and a sm aller thread diameter in LH for the lockring. Whether it's single or double sided is not important. Some hubs were made with both straight thread for freewheel or cluster and the other side for a fixed. Many people want to put a fixed cog on their straight sided threaded hub and if it's tightened tight enuf it will usually stay tite and not roll off, but I wouldn't take that chance, and never ride it on the track. Using brakes on a fixed road use is smart in today's traffic. We used to ride fixed in traffic years ago and had no brakes, but traffic was much less and we knew how to glove our wheel and stop very qiuckly with a little back pedaling. Many times there is enuff thread left on a straight hub if the cog thread section isn't too wide to sneak a BB lockring on. and save the expense of a new wheel. Not really to race but fixed gear training and riding around is fine. Lots of guys used to strip down their road bikes and put the fixed on that way and then several months later convert back.
Ted Ernst
Palos Verdes Estates
CA USA


----- Original Message -----
From: "Dmitry Yaitskov"
To: "Phil Brown"
Cc: "C R List"
Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2008 11:18 AM
Subject: Re[4]: [CR]A BH track hub. Italian ? http://tiny.cc/LZloq



> Hi,
>
> Initially, M-gineering wrote:
>
>> I've yet to see a track pro use a lockring on a trackhub
>
> on which I commented
>
>>> (And if one wants to split hairs - it's hard to use a BB lockring
>>> on a track hub simply because the threading would be wrong ....)
>
> and to which Phil Brown replied:
>
>> Not on the cog thread. It's the same as a BSC BB lock ring. Obviously
>> the actual lock ring is LH thread.
>
> AFAIK - on a *track* hub (see the quote I replied to), the cog thread
> is just wide enough to thread the cog on. There is not much space left
> for a RH-threaded BB lock ring before the LH thread starts, and you
> can NOT thread a RH BB lockring on that, track pro or not... which was
> my
   point...
>
> --
> Cheers,
> Dmitry Yaitskov,
> beating a dead horse in cold Toronto,
> planning to put on studded tires on another fixie,
> that one WITH a proper track hub and lock ring...