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Old 04-19-17, 09:59 AM   #1
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Multiple items for sale; mechs; hubs; wheels; brakes, etc. etc.

NOTICE: I'll be in Minneapolis between 04/23 and 04/27, so if you purchase items from me during that period, shipment will have to take place after my return.


Missus says it's time to clean out the basement, so this stuff is now up for sale. Listed prices do not include shipping, but this will work as in my past sale ads - e.g. buyers will only be charged actual shipping and/or insurance costs.

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Suntour Accushift bar-end shifters, 7-speed indexed rear / friction (ratcheting) front - good condition overall - $45


Dia Compe Gran Compe aero levers; include bullets and natural/tan-brown hoods - $25

Dia Compe non-aero brake levers with black hoods; good condition - $15

Dia Compe 500 single-pivot brakes; external/nutted mounts; needs additional hardware for rear brake - $20

Dia Compe 400 single-pivot brakes; internal/recessed mounts; few parts missing, though – $15

Shimano Dura-Ace 7400 brakes; with barrel adjusters; rear adjuster needs sleeve insert and locknut screw - $35


Shimano 105 dual pivot brake, rear, recessed, good condition - $15

SunTour Superbe Pro index-compatible rear derailleur; good condition (slight rash), comes with blue anodized pulleys. These are somewhat rare now - SOLD

SunTour Superbe Pro front derailleur; also good condition and also rare - SOLD

Trek rigid MTB fork; butted 4130 CrMo;1 1/8” D / 7" L threadless steerer tube; cantilever/v mounts; blue with clear-coat - $35

Shimano Deore XT U-brake; late 1980s vintage; rare and powerful; does not come with caps over the hex bolts, though - $30

Araya aero tubular rim laced to Mavic front hub; 24 spoke; aero bladed spokes with radial lacing; super light; could stand a cleanup for the rim beds, though - SOLD
Araya tubular rim (non-aero) laced to Campagnolo rear hub; 32-spoke; 3-cross lacing; comes complete with Regina Oro 6-spd. “corncob” freewheel (13-18) - SOLD


Rock Shox Mag20 suspension fork (gold/magnesium for 26" wheels); 1 1/8”D / 6.5"L steerer; pulled from my Bridgestone; still holds air; seals are still working well - $50

Rock Shox Judy 100 hydracoil suspension fork (red for 26" wheels); 1 1/8”D / 6"L steerer; has v-brake studs and a disk-brake tab; I'll throw in the spare seals if I can find them - $60


Shimano RX100 32h rear hub; minimal spoke pull & smooth bearings - $15

Shimano Deore LX hubset; 32h; 135mm width in rear; 7-spd. Freehub body - $20


Shimano Deore LX brake/trigger shifter levers; 7-speed; not for V-brakes, though will work with cantis, center-pull or caliper brakes - SOLD

SunTour Cyclone clamp-on friction shifters; recent pull from an older Serotta - $25
SunTour Cyclone short-cage rear derailleur; friction type; also recently pulled from Serotta; good shape - $40
SunTour Cyclone endless-band front derailleur; friction type; pulled from Serotta as above - $20
(Note on SunTour Cyclone derailleurs and shifters – will take $60 for the entire set)


Campagnolo Omega Strada Hardox 700c tubular rims; double-eyeletted 36h; some abrasion to the labels on one of the rims, though both are straight - SOLD

Wolber Aspin 700c tubular rim; double-eyeletted; 28h - $15

Shimano 600 tricolor rear hub; 28h, good condition - $15

Nitto Young stem; hot forged; 26.0 clamp diameter; 90mm length, few scratches here and there - $15

Nitto 115 handlebars; about 40mm width; have 25.4 clamp bulge. I’ll throw in the 60mm SR forged stem (1”) for good measure - $20

Shimano 105 pedals with toe straps; good shape - $10

Crank Brothers Mallet clipless pedals; original style with aluminum cages; fully functional - $15

Shimano 105 clipless pedals for Look cleats; late 1980s vintage - $15

Surly 32h rear fixed/freewheel type flipflop hub; with nutted axle – good used condition - SOLD

Shimano 105 crankset; 170mm arms; for square taper bottom bracket set; equipped with 52/42 chainrings; late-80s vintage - $20

Velocity Aero rims (pair; 700c); 32h; used, with some rim rub; brown/powdercoated and also pretty strong; no eyelets - $30

Tektro interrupter brake levers; slightly used; silver; good shape - $20


Dia Compe SS-5 brake levers; cold forged / black and lightweight; will not work with V-brakes unless you have a Travel Agent or similar device; good condition. Perfect for restoring that P-23 or MB-zip - $25


Mixed Mavic/Specialized 26" MTB wheels built up over parallax Shimano Deore XT hubs (silver). I think these are 32h. These will come with the current WTB Velociraptor kevlar-bead tires, which are in very good / lightly used condition - $65


Brooks B-17; black, used, with laces. As pictured - SOLD


Brooks Professional; used but recently recovered, using wide copper rivets. Finish is a combination of Fiebing brown dye, Fiebing Resolene and fluorochemical acrylic (for enhanced water and stain resistance). As pictured - $70



PM if interested. I try to answer same day.

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Old 04-19-17, 10:05 AM   #2
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PM coming on Superbe Pro derailleur set and Araya Aero tubular wheelset......

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ill take this if you have it, Nitto Young stem; hot forged; 26.0 clamp diameter; 90mm length, few scratches here and there - $15
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Steer tube length on forks would be helpful info.
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ill take this if you have it, Nitto Young stem; hot forged; 26.0 clamp diameter; 90mm length, few scratches here and there - $15
It's still around. Can you pm?
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WRT the Cyclone set - is it the original version or Cyclone II? Thanks.
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PM sent for photos of Belleri handlebars and Dia Compe Gran Compe aero levers.
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Please explain "Brooks B-17; black, used, with laces. As pictured - $55"

I'd sort of like to try a Brooks and now have a vintage bike that it might suit.
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Please explain "Brooks B-17; black, used, with laces. As pictured - $55"

I'd sort of like to try a Brooks and now have a vintage bike that it might suit.

The laces keep the leather from sagging excessively in the middle. Basic idea is to tie a shoelace through the holes on the bottom of the saddle to keep them from spreading apart.

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The laces keep the leather from sagging excessively in the middle. Basic idea is to tie a shoelace through the holes on the bottom of the saddle to keep them from spreading apart.

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Is that an indication of heavy use or that it's been well broken in and might not form to another user?
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I would be interested in the SunTour Cyclone derailleurs and shifters, and the Dia Compe 500 single-pivot brakes, if you're willing to ship to Canada. What hardware will the brakes require? I have a set that are missing the QR barrel mount. Sorry I can't PM. I'm new here and apparently don't have enough posts to PM.
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I would be interested in the SunTour Cyclone derailleurs and shifters, and the Dia Compe 500 single-pivot brakes, if you're willing to ship to Canada. What hardware will the brakes require? I have a set that are missing the QR barrel mount. Sorry I can't PM. I'm new here and apparently don't have enough posts to PM.
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Is that an indication of heavy use or that it's been well broken in and might not form to another user?
No, and no.

Having said that, though - It's a used Brooks B-17 standard. All normal caveats apply. The saddle has been broken in a bit, because it was ridden occasionally. Given a little time, it should conform to another user.

The leather's still stiff and strong. Likely the collagen fibers are still mostly intact. The tensioning bolt is currently at zero. The saddle has been protected from the elements, using Sno-Seal beeswax and (occasionally) Proofide. There is light surface cracking on the top finish, which is normal for these saddles. There are no tears. Degraded leather usually presents as dry, brittle and easily torn.

The laces were installed because I like my saddles a little stiffer and I didn't want the side tabs rubbing against my thighs. I am also used to Brooks Professional model saddles, which are a crap-ton stiffer than the B-17.

This particular saddle is only surplus because I'm selling the bike that it was on, and the new rider is not a fan of leather saddles.

By the way - Brooks actually installs lace holes into certain models of the B-17 (particularly the pre-softened and aged models) for exactly the same reasons.

If you're really worried about the saddle giving up on you prematurely, you might want to purchase a brand new B-17 and go through the break-in process from ground zero.
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I would be interested in the SunTour Cyclone derailleurs and shifters, and the Dia Compe 500 single-pivot brakes, if you're willing to ship to Canada. What hardware will the brakes require? I have a set that are missing the QR barrel mount. Sorry I can't PM. I'm new here and apparently don't have enough posts to PM.
It'd cost you a lot more, you'd be responsible for taxes, duties, etc. but I can ship to Canada.

The Dia Compe 500 brakes are missing one of the two quick-release barrel mounts. Other than that they're both in pretty good shape.

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Those are now included in the ad listings. Thx
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It'd cost you a lot more, you'd be responsible for taxes, duties, etc. but I can ship to Canada.

The Dia Compe 500 brakes are missing one of the two quick-release barrel mounts. Other than that they're both in pretty good shape.

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Thanks for the quick reply. Unfortunately, I'll need a set with both mounts. Thanks anyway!
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If you're really worried about the saddle giving up on you prematurely, you might want to purchase a brand new B-17 and go through the break-in process from ground zero.
No, it wasn't that I was worried but I just didn't know. I have read (probably here) about doing something similar to what you're describing but in order to repair or renew a Brooks saddle, I did not mean to be offensive in any way. with my questions. I would like to try a leather saddle and this seems to be a good price but I have jumped on bargains in the past before understanding some key points about a product.

Once again, I meant no offense with my questions.
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No offense was taken. I was mainly concerned with your position as the buyer - e.g. you have to be comfortable with what you buy. New Brooks saddles come with a warranty and guarantees, and if they don't work for you, someone else will want them (here, on Craigslist or eBay). I can't really offer those things on a used saddle, so in that case it made more sense to me to steer you in a direction I've gone myself.

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No, it wasn't that I was worried but I just didn't know. I have read (probably here) about doing something similar to what you're describing but in order to repair or renew a Brooks saddle, I did not mean to be offensive in any way. with my questions. I would like to try a leather saddle and this seems to be a good price but I have jumped on bargains in the past before understanding some key points about a product.

Once again, I meant no offense with my questions.
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