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Old 02-03-13, 11:26 PM
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Seattle Bike Swap 2013

Who else is going? Anyone up for lunch afterwards again?

https://shop.cascade.org/content/eve...ttle-bike-swap

https://www.facebook.com/events/119944664841519/

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I'm missing it due to other commitments for the 2nd year in a row.
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Old 02-04-13, 10:41 AM
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They won't let any old folks ride their bikes naked, will they? I live kinda sorta near Fremont, & that's MORE than enough of that, thanks very much.
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I'll still be in San Diego awaiting my flight to DG (class graduates on Friday the 8th but my flight doesn't leave until Tuesday the 12th). I wonder if it would be possible....?

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Old 02-04-13, 01:31 PM
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Old 02-04-13, 08:31 PM
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Bummer! I'll miss it by only four days!!
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I'm not going to be in town for that but I will be for Hopscotch!
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Hey Andy, I'll probably be going. Would like to meet up for Lunch.
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Shucks. I'm already committed: https://worstdayride.com/ . Just ask my wife- she'll tell you I should have been committed a long time ago.
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Well, I went, and spent too much money, but I certainly can't complain about the deals. I need to research some of this stuff a lot better, but my main score was a pair of Campy Record hubs, Low-Flange but buttery-smooth, laced to Velocity Razor rims, plus they had tubes & tires, Schwalbe Duranos mounted up & lightly inflated. I felt like a jackass on the way home, because the seller gave me a great price, but I still offered $20 less. He took it & said he could see that I'd appreciate them, and seemed happy with the deal, but afterwards I realized that I should have just paid the price he first asked. Whoever you are, I'll pass along the karma to someone, & thanks again. I also got some Shimano 600 Arabesque derailleurs, both in VG+ condition, an unidentified-by-me-yet Campy FD, an old Unicanitor (Cinelli) saddle with a chunk of leather missing, LOL, a couple Silca pumps (the Bottechia is just for the shell, which looks cool, the innards are screwy), with one Silca head and one Campy, and a couple pairs of grips. I'm still not sure if that one pair is leather or fake, but they do look cool as heck, for $5. BTW, I didn't realize Velocity rims were made in Australia, until I saw these ones. Henceforth & heretofore, these shall be known as my kangaroo wheels.
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I got:

new honjos - $50
Carradice saddle bag + support - $30
Small Minhehana bag - $10
Selcof Ti seatpost - $20
Cinelli stem - $10
Pair of Brooks leather mud flaps - $25
New Egg beaters + cleats - $30

All in all, a pretty good day!

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Yay, I fixed that silver Silca. Yay. It turned out that the screw had come all the ways out of the endpiece, so that & the leather washer & metal washer & spring were all stuck in the tube, up at the far end. An old coat hanger got them out, eventually, and after reassembling it, I gave it a good wash. I've been using a Silca Pista floor pump for quite awhile, so I really needed a frame pump, and it worked out that now I have 2. Oh yeah, those Campy Record hubs are dated 1984 (I found the lock-nut marking, but only on the rear), and I'm fairly sure, for being a Campy newbie, that the FD is an early Record, from the '60s. I don't remember now, but I only paid either $5 or $10 for it, so that was a nice grab by itself.
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No pics yet, but I got a small pile of good deals. Lilly (my daughter, she was the one rolling around on "heelys") and I had a great time.

Small gloves and a WA state champion jersey for Lilly -$15
Red Sicla w/Campy head -$15
3TTT Gimondi bend bars -$15
Cinelli 1A stem - this seems to have a tighter pista like angle to it. Velo-base doesn't list a 1A pista though (?) -$10
Pair of Gran-Compe nutted calipers -$5
Black Cinelli bar tape (new) -$10
Campagnolo Triomphe pedals - I mistook these for C-Record, but for $20 I'm not worried -$20
Not quite IDed Campagnolo BB (Black spindle w/winged logo ; 68-ss ; thin cups ; English threads ; haven't measured the length yet) -$5
Most of a Super-Record RD - pat'82 missing the mounting bolt, pullys, and back of the cage. -$15
White leather Campagnolo toe straps -$10
2 mafac brake wrenches, 2 Campagnolo cone wrenches(13/14 and 15/16) -$5
Specialized cap with world champion stripes -$2
Lilly harassed and finally got the Razor scooter -$10

A little more than I thought I'd spend but I could have done worse. I think I was well behaved over all
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A little more than I thought I'd spend but I could have done worse. I think I was well behaved over all
Yep, that's about what I said. It's hard to use any self-discipline, with all that good stuff. If I were loaded, I saw a FEW nice bikes & frames there too, but I have too many of those already. Especially that DeRosa in the back, & a couple Colnagos, & several others. Oh, I finally figured out, that FD I got is an early Nuovo Record, from '73 to '77-ish. I got confused by that one version that was only made in '72, nearly the same but slightly different.
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