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Mr_Bump

Member since May 2009 • Last active Sep 2021

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    Yeah, a bit better.
    Oh and they are 175 in length

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    Have a 5800 FD braze on and chainset with not many miles on it, no BB though nd a couple of marks around the pedal entrance but threads all good (can brush woth copper grease if you wish for future ease of pedal removal)
    £64 including registered post?
    Edit, I'm just cleaning it, can't be having grubby crap like that being offered up, the bolt for the FD is there, just again shoddy on my part. Will reupload pics with the bits cleaned shortly

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    I've a Olympus Trip AF S2, still got film in it from god knows when but a few shots left to finish the roll off so I can check to see if it still functions ok.
    I bought it for my sons school trip in france circa 2003 and got hardly any use, it's in immaculate condition, battery compartment and cover perfect, no scratches on the lens or auto focus/viewfinder glass cover. Comes with a nice compact Samsung case.
    Say £33 including postage once I've checked operation.
    Photo later on.

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    I use the Kforce light and they'd be plenty good enough.

    Also, I know you said you're after a pump with a hose, but my go to pump for the last 7 years and one I carry for my carbon machine (tubs), for commuting and when tourer, is the spesh Airtool MTB. You can just about get the older one in a back pocket without it feeling like it'll fall out (I actually don't mind it sticks out a bit) but it comes with a good frame clamp system, the older variant clamp is better but the newer one is okay too. To compare I've a Lezyne micro floor HP and honestly, I prefer the airtool. the later model has 100cc capacity, fitting to either types of valve is ridiculously easy.
    Blackburn Airstick in similar mould, smaller capacity (so smaller overall) but comes with a fold out handle, again easy fit to valve, feels easy to inflate though takes a few strokes more to get you there than the Airtool.

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    Well, had a look and the only thing I found was three ISO 590 tyres, sorry for getting your hopes up!

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    I might have a 26x wheel but can't remember if it's still in the garage
    The 26x 1 1/4 is 597mm ISO as that was the british sports bike size, check the tyre as it'll be on there I had a raleigh Olympus a few years back and sold if for peanuts to someone on here and that was running 26s.

    I'll have a rummage in the garage tomoz when it's light as there's no leccy in there.
    not close to you but if it's there and actually useable I'd do it for postage

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    I think I still have a NOS 300ex 28.6mm if you're still looking

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    Not really the same comparison is it, a company that utilises a material at a professional level and have been doing so for 30 years for components that have to withstand significant forces make products in their own factory with same material that have proven to be reliable/no worse than other branded products and have approval by people who test and review.
    But yeah, totally the same as a Bic branded dinghy.
    Don't care the OP isn't interested but at least make a decent effort at a proper comparison and not spout nonsense.

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    No problem, they made some higher end bits for the cycle industry for a while, better known for their CF components masts in professional windsurfing circles but understand you're not familiar.

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    I've a brand new Neil Pryde carbon post in 27.2, 300mm, 175g single bolt clamp
    £64 including recorded delivery

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