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Ohtaki Supreme Njs Campagnolo 54cm

Ohtaki Njs *1997 *Seat 54cm ct *Top 54cm cc *Post 27.0 *110/8mm rear spacing *100/9mm fork standard spacing (very odd, original nonetheless) *Campagnolo track and fork ends! *Columbus Tubing

Frame:
Ohtaki Supreme

Fork/Headset:
Ohtaki Supreme/ Hatta Swan Njs

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino 75 165mm/ Hatta NJS

Pedals:
Custom Nuevo wide Njs/Red Toshi Njs

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Dura Ace 16t/Sugino 75 49t

Derailleurs/Shifters:
NA

Handlebars/Stem:
Nitto Riser/ Pearl NJS

Saddle/Seatpost:
Bianchi Suede Velo/ Nitto Jaguar SP72

Brakes:
NA

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Sun Rims, Campagnolo nuovo tipo 36h

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Ma3, Dura Ace 7600 Njs, DT Double Butted Spokes. Panaracer Pasela

Accessories:
Columbus Decals, Kashimax Top Tube Protector

More Info:
Have two sets of rims for a future wheelset, both NOS. Araya VX400 silver 36h and Campagnolo Lambda V aero 36h. Can't decide on hubs. For now.....

Bike History

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Added by jas111. Last updated over 2 years ago.

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8 Comments

jas111

jas111 says:

Narrowed the tubing down to Columbus EL based on the Internet and year the frame was built. The fork steerer is tell tale Colimbus by its rifling. Ordered the decals and Hatta BB. Should arrive soon. Also found some 30 year old Campagnolo 36h clinchers. lambda Strada V profile. Both are NOS but have shop wear. I'm still pretty stoked on them. They will be laced up in the future (build). Can't wait to ride this thing!

Posted about 7 years ago

jas111

jas111 says:

Hatta HS installed. Nitto Post and TT protector arrived. Thanks @firepikeru.. Deciding on cranks/BB and front wheel...

Posted over 7 years ago

firepikeru

firepikeru says:

no problem

Posted about 7 years ago

grangeyard

grangeyard says:

<3

Posted over 7 years ago

Iced_Chai

Iced_Chai says:

Ohtaki is an njs feamebuilder who also does restorations. There aren't too many out there but are all really nice and well made. 110 rear spacing is a relatively common spacing for njs bikes still. Look for an njs stamp somewhere. Most commonly on the bb shell. Nice find!

Posted over 7 years ago

jas111

jas111 says:

110/8mm track ends are pretty common but usually the fork ends are the same 8mm slotted axle. This one (fork) is a standard size dropout at 100/9mm..

Posted over 7 years ago

Iced_Chai

Iced_Chai says:

I had a Panasonic like that and I've seen a few others as well. It's not uncommon on newer frames from the 90s and on it appears. Probably because getting 8mm fork ends is more difficult?

Posted over 7 years ago

jas111

jas111 says:

Ohhhh. Yeah you're probably right. Maybe the builder ran out of campy fork ends in the 8mm variety. Who knows. It is stamped NJS btw and the bottom bracket shell also has "tsuma ya" engraved in it. I think it means wife, though not sure.

Posted over 7 years ago