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cribbit 04-03-2019 04:19 PM

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Originally Posted by XXtwindad (Post 2522340)
Oh yeah. Just noticed that. Maybe it's "double-butted?" :)

Serious deja-vu I swear this listing and comments were earlier in the thread too.

cnighbor1 04-03-2019 05:55 PM

psa 1971 Scwhinn Paramont Bike - $1000 (Round Rock, Texas)
 
1971 Scwhinn Paramont Bike - $1000 (Round Rock, Texas)
This Schwinn Paramount frame is number 31, made July 1971, (G7131), has the original hand painted frame with pin stripes around the lugs and dropouts. These frames were all chromed, the lugs and dropouts were taped off then hand painted with the white pin stripes, it still has the Olympic sticker on it. I bought the frame and built it in the mid 80's, and raced it. It has the now vintage Campagnolo Super Record Group throughout which includes: Seat post, front and rear derailleurs, brakes with drilled hand grips, head set, crank set and chain rings, peddles, handlebars, titanium main crank, front and rear hubs hand laced with Rigida rims, special edition silver padded shifters. The rest of the bike includes: Cinelli handlebar stem, Turbo seat, water bottle holder, tire pump and Cateye Solar computer system. I'm thinning out my collection, this is a very rare bike with all of its components ready to show or ride.
Cash and serious in person delivery only.

https://austin.craigslist.org/bik/d/...822424571.html

Clancy 04-03-2019 09:56 PM

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Originally Posted by XXtwindad (Post 2522308)
Made in Austin by a female welder. Cool!

https://austin.craigslist.org/bik/d/...832603275.html

Lauren Trout, exceptional welder. I have a Ti road bike she made for me. It’s also exceptional.

Mzilliox 04-04-2019 09:04 AM

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Originally Posted by XXtwindad (Post 2522308)
Made in Austin by a female welder. Cool!

https://austin.craigslist.org/bik/d/...832603275.html

i want this, ca someone smarter than me tell me is this the kind of disc brake mount i want? i dont know a thing about discs, but its got a whiskey fork so i assume those are the good mounts..

cinco 04-04-2019 09:04 AM

Gios Compact Pro complete $570 shipped
 
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I always liked these. Would not fit me, but seems quite a deal. Not mine.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Gios-Compac...cAAOSwLX5cRTBf

m_moses 04-04-2019 10:12 AM

PSA's - GOOD DEALS - BARN FINDS !!!...!!!...!!!
 
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Originally Posted by Mzilliox (Post 2522682)
i want this, ca someone smarter than me tell me is this the kind of disc brake mount i want? i dont know a thing about discs, but its got a whiskey fork so i assume those are the good mounts..



Those are post mounts and they’re fine. I’m getting ready to build up a bike with them. However, the most recent Shimano electronic groups don’t support them, iirc.

Also, it’s built for mechanical discs. I’d use the TRP cable actuated hydraulic calipers.


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hollowgram5 04-04-2019 10:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Mzilliox (Post 2522682)
i want this, ca someone smarter than me tell me is this the kind of disc brake mount i want? i dont know a thing about discs, but its got a whiskey fork so i assume those are the good mounts..

You'll end up using post mount calipers with it Matt. Fork will go direct to the posts, rear will use a post to iso adapter as far as I can tell, but can't discern rotor size (i'd guess 160s but could be wrong).

As far as whether it's the kind you want or not is probably leaning away from yes from a future proof perspective. The industry had transitioned over towards the flat mount style, and so those calipers won't work with these mounts. Examples include Campag hydro and the freshly released Force AXS only offered in flat mount style.

Also, it may be that the cable guides were for a mechanical disc setup, but you can still run a hydro setup with a Problem Solver's adapter like the one in the picture attached..

That's what I can glean from the pictures, might be worth reaching out to seller and asking what size rotors they used with it and if it was originally for cable dischttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...90583543e0.jpg

KonaSS 04-04-2019 10:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Mzilliox (Post 2522682)
i want this, ca someone smarter than me tell me is this the kind of disc brake mount i want? i dont know a thing about discs, but its got a whiskey fork so i assume those are the good mounts..

There is no good or bad. This has post mounts, which is the original standard. Still plenty of parts that fit. Mountain bikes still use this standard. But most new road bikes are flat mount.

Cannot use flat mount calipers on a post mount frame. But can use post mount calipers on a flat mount frame with an adapter. In other words, older post mount groups are forward compatible. Newer flat mount groups are not backwards compatible to the old standard.

12snap 04-04-2019 10:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Mzilliox (Post 2522682)
i want this, ca someone smarter than me tell me is this the kind of disc brake mount i want? i dont know a thing about discs, but its got a whiskey fork so i assume those are the good mounts..

The fork is an older model for post mount brakes. The frame has IS mounts for the rear brake. IS mount brakes are really hard to find these days but you could use an adapter and use post mount with no problems. Personally, I use post mount brakes with no qualms but the industry trend is moving towards flat mount for gravel and road applications.

XXtwindad 04-04-2019 10:27 AM

Go for it, Matt!
 
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Originally Posted by Mzilliox (Post 2522682)
i want this, ca someone smarter than me tell me is this the kind of disc brake mount i want? i dont know a thing about discs, but its got a whiskey fork so i assume those are the good mounts..

The Whiskey fork is a 15mm thru-axle, FYI. I'm actually thinking about that fork as a replacement. A tad beefier than the typical 12mm, and I'll pay the minuscule weight penalty for dirt/gravel riding.

As a bonus, the headbadge is really cool. Which is, you know, important ...

PS if this was a 58cm, this wouldn't have been posted :)

http://www.thebicyclestory.com/2015/...t-saila-bikes/

Toddtwenty2 04-04-2019 10:34 AM

Not inexpensive, but I want one
 
Specialized Allez 40th Anniversary- 56cm
Made by Dinucci

Unfortunately, a hair big for me and a tad more than I’d want to pay, but these are awesome.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Specialized...b-bc2fbe2471cb

AngryScientist 04-04-2019 10:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Toddtwenty2 (Post 2522726)
Unfortunately, a hair big for me and a tad more than I’d want to pay, but these are awesome.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Specialized...b-bc2fbe2471cb


I recommend if we want to keep this thread viable and usable, refrain from “teaser” wording like this. I want to be able to scan the thread and know what that link is for without having to click on it. Please put at least a minimal discription of what the item is in the text so we know without having to click through. That will make this a more user friendly thread.

jtakeda 04-04-2019 10:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Mzilliox (Post 2522682)
i want this, ca someone smarter than me tell me is this the kind of disc brake mount i want? i dont know a thing about discs, but its got a whiskey fork so i assume those are the good mounts..

There is an outside chance you’ll be able to run flat mount brakes.
http://www.assolutions.ca/

Mzilliox 04-04-2019 10:46 AM

thanks all for the responses, i think id rather have future proof for this one

adampaiva 04-04-2019 11:02 AM

https://www.ebay.com/itm/352634260750?ul_noapp=true

https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/HkoAA...ax/s-l1600.jpg


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