£40 to respace "professionally"
yeah plus postage, etc. I'll just use the sheldon method (lever it with some long timber)
Not fixed but freewheel and disc, 120mm:
interesting. i wonder what disc line that gives.
if i'm going to all this bother of rebuilding wheels and respacing the frame, i'm wondering if i'd not just be better off installing some sliding dropouts
ok guys god bless
I'm not. Great choice.
I started my SSCX dabbling on a Pompino, and now have a Crockett. The Crockett is light years ahead in terms of handling, power transfer and mud clearance.
I was close to buying a Crockett then bought a gravel bike instead 😂
I'm glad you're not destroying a perfectly good pompino to create a monster that isn't good at anything though.
thanks for the kind words gang
i still fully intend to butcher the pomp. i've found what might be another crack at the base of the seattube anyway, so i'll need to get fizzy with the metal glue
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jesus yes that is blood on the dropout. class act. sorry
That is perfection.
my father in law has my tap set i have just remembered
Which welder did you buy?
a fucking expensive one in the end
the r-tech one that's ac/DC up to 170A. digital. I think it's £999 on their site
I would say it's very good but I don't have much to compare it against and haven't had a huge amount of use out of it
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