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F. Moser Gara

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F. Moser Gara Aluminium 61cm

Need help with this one, new to it and looking to build good one. If you've got any tips or advice please let me have 'em.

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matuzmaster.hu

Lovely frame. If you need parts and good parts and gruppos, then go to matuzmaster.hu. Its based in Hungary but th eowner whoose name is Geoff Burgess ships world wide. His packing is bomb proff. He has many Moser specific parts.
A bike riders pornographic site. I spend much of my hard earned cash there.

Kindest regards

Splined.

PS
In fact I bought my DeRosa and Pinarello through him Also a Titanium Moser Leader frame.

campagnolo

after you buy a fork, get a campagnolo 1" threaded headset and then any campagnolo group will work, it doesnt need to be vintage. look at my Moser and my comments to you there. Good luck with that beautiful (and light) frame.

I thing a mid 90's campy

I thing a mid 90's campy group will be perfect. Just look at ebay and you'll find many parts for this frame! What about the fork?

thanks for the advice

really useful stuff, top fella.

thanks again.

advice

here is some advice: go on ebay and start looking for a nice groupo you like then go on craigslist and store web pages and compare it to store prices.
Also I would not set this up as a fixie since the frame is pretty nice. Get something cheap or a real track frame if you wanna set up a fixie this one would be a waste of potential and it would not even ride that great as a fixie. (also you would have to get one of those eccentric hubs to adjust chain length)...

I agree it's retarded to use

I agree it's retarded to use a nice road frame for a conversion....haaaaa haaaaa

do you do vo's for the simpsons?

good job!

thanks

cheers for the advice, i wasn't seriously considering a fixie, as i live in a hilly area, i reckon you're right about not spoiling the frame, i shall try and fit it out italian style and get it back to near original status.

thanks again.



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