all the bottom bracket parts, i have reused some of them :
teflon grease as if it were free :
Coming together nicely. Why'd you stick with the cotter pin cranks though?
Because are in good condition, and very cheap to repair, for the moment i´ll keep them . in the future if i use the bike a lot, maybe i´ll change for more modern ones.
Nicely done. Looking forward to seeing the brake dropper completed.
headset and handlebar installed :
the aluminium adapter :
nice little DIY hack/bodge, looks clean
Doesn't look bad tbh, quality bodging. :)
and it was with a file, if i had a milling machine the finish would have been better
i´ve finished the handlebar, i cut it to 44cm and installed ESI grips that I had at home from the mtb :
and the bike finished :
i dont know wich decal place , the old style or new one ??
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