Having a mini clear out.
Firstly is what is badged up as an Argos 531c lo-pro, whether it is a restoration or no I'm unsure. I built it up around 8 years ago however it is far too big for me. The ST is 58cm c-c and TT is 59cm c-c. What I guess the effective TT is a little less.
The frame does have a little ding in the TT, was there before I got it, it's a only a little thing and I did have it looked at by a bicycle shop at the time and they thought it was nothing. The headtube is also a little ovalised, I remember the headset cup was able to spin. I think a new headset cup may help, but not sure.
Argos lo-pro frame: £70 + fees'n'shipping.
Next is a what I believe to be a Campagnolo super record pista crank. I'm sure the knowledgeable people of LFGSS will soon say otherwise. 177.5 mm crank length. Condition is pretty meh. Has a 42T chainring on, think I have a 54T as well.
Campag chainset: £50 + fees'n'shipping.
Lastly Ultegra 6800 brakes. Note I will be taking the pad inserts out! Nice condition, everyone knows what they are.
SOLD! 6800 brakes: £30 + fees'n'shipping.
Also, all items located in Norwich!
Really old/shitty pic of it built up.
Love the doggie 🐶
Brakes please - pm
Thanks, he's for sale too...
Brakes are now sold.
Update: Just put new headset cups in the Argos frame, seems the issue was the old headset and not the headtube. The top cup went in easily however is fixed in tightly.
Also takes 700c wheels front and rear.
Still got the frame + cranks?
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