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It also had my short lived experiment with a Mavic Mektronic setup which was the smoothest shifting I ever had.
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This looks very like the one I flew to from the UK to the West Coast to pick up. If it is, you'll be glad to hear it's still going strong, but is now with me in Christchurch, New Zealand. Quite a traveller!
I know that this post is about 3 years old but I happened to see one in Ottawa for sale on Kijiji here is the link
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I very recently bought a used Softride Classic TT frame and am in the process of restoring it with some old parts I have lying around. It was very unhelpfully shipped with the beam removed, and I want to put it back on properly.
It looks like the beam attaches in front to the frame with a screw that is held in place with a pin. Is the proper procedure to hammer out the pin, screw the screw thingy (technical term) back into the beam, then attach the beam back to the frame? I tried tapping on the crosswise pin but it did not budge. I am leary of using too much force here.
There is also an eccentric that attaches further back to the beam, but it looks obvious how that attaches.