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Centurion Ironman Fixed Gear

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1989/90 Centurion Ironman Dave Scott Edition with Tange #2 tubeset.

Mavic drops bullhorns, cheapo stem and converter to run 1 1/8".

Stock Tange fork and Shimano 600 headset.

HB-7600 32H with DT 14/15 spokes to Open Pro

HB-7600 32H with DT 14/15 spokes to Open Pro

Shimano 600 170mm with stock BB.

Cheap SR post; Selle Italia Trans Am.

Campy Record quills, ALE stainless clips and Campy straps. Cheapo chain.

Shimmy 600 chainring, 39T. Dura-ace cog 15T, sometimes swapped for 14 when I feel like having fun.

Bike is too small for me, but I ride it anyway. Keeping my eyes out for an ugly vintage (80s would work too) track frame for more hipster street cred. Those dropouts man...they make a BIG difference in ride!

People who friended this bike nichkov, phoenix, Norville Rogers, CONDENADO, bio9, Punchdrunk, arthurwoo, cannonhugodale, roadbikebreck

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Dropouts?

You obviously don't know anything about frame geometry if you think that the only difference between your conversion and a true track bike are the dropouts.

Fail.



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