Dropping the price, $80 plus $10 to ship to Canada/continental US. On Tuesday, April 3, 2018 at 4:54:15 PM UTC-5, Peter Adler wrote: > > As a reference point for purchasers: > > I run the ancestor of this BB (a 119mm Phil Wood #3 from the 1970s with > 5mm driveside offset, intended for Campy triples and French doubles) on a > 1971 Raleigh International with a French half-step/granny (26/46/50; Nervar > crankarms, TA rings) and a wide 6-speed freewheel. The chainline, the > chainring clearance and the crank clearance are all right on the money. The > frame hasn't been cold-set to 126, so I'd get a little more clearance with > a 120mm 5-speed wheel. > > My guess is that you'd get similar results with most 70s-early 80s > British, French or Japanese frames. > > Peter "a little sorry I can't afford this at the moment" Adler > Berkeley, CA/USA > > On Tuesday, April 3, 2018 at 9:13:02 AM UTC-7, Mark Reimer wrote: >> >> Hi Riv'ers, >> >> I've got a zero-mile Phil Wood 119mm BB, JIS taper, steel spindle for >> sale. I mounted cranks to it, but never rode. It wasn't long enough for my >> particular needs (was using it for a 3" tire frame). >> >> This spindle length is perfect for running a White Industries VBC double >> on an Atlantis. I ran a 44/26 combo for years when I had my Atlantis with >> the same BB. >> >> $100 USD plus $10 for shipping to anywhere in the continental US or >> Canada. >> >
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