First of all, thank you everybody for your comments, i really appreciate them.
First - both in this thread and your other threads you obviously have a wide range of machinery available to you. Do you work at a shop? Is this all at home? How did you get so many useful tools? What do you do for a living?
Well, yes the workshop and my house is the same building (although my house don´t seem the foundries of Mordor
) The very old machinery is from the late 50´s and my father bought it then. I buy the building around 15 years ago, which is also very old (lates of XVIII). I do and did all kind of things for living, from desing and construction or reparation of industrial machinery, to reform or restore old houses, motorcycles or antiquities, or even i did some kind of artistic iron grates or railings.
Here, some pictures:car platforms
, en Flickrescalera y reja clot
, en Flickriron rose
, en Flickr
Anyway, not much work here, so i can spend my time in WW stuff and training and training and training... ...and training.
Second - I like how you decided to further modify your already modified mavic wheels (very impressive) - have you considered getting the new 11-spd compatible hubs and relacing them to your tuned rims, and of course just creating new axles again like you did before?
I didn´t consider that, because the mavic rims are pretty heavies, and that could be a lot of work for not a brilliant result. Also, i have to confess that my beloved and "wet dreams" wheels are the tubular lightweight ones, but as is very improbable that i ever could afford them, i have the very secret project
of do my own kind of lightweight wheels, with some beautiful improvements. Anyways it´s a long term project...