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    Partial Shimano 600 tricolor group including campagnolo wheels

    I have a shimano 600 tricolor group that I was hoping to use in a future build but I need to make some space at home and I rather have it go to a good home.

    . Paypal as gift or you pay the fees. I have sold various items, including wheel sets and complete groups here with no issues.

    Here is what you get:

    - Shimano 600 rear derailleur. Good for up to 8 speeds. SOLD

    - Shimano 600 front derailleur. Braze on. SOLD

    - Shimano 600 recessed calipers. SOLD

    - Shimano BB-UN70 sealed cartridge Italian bottom bracket. SOLD

    - Shimano 600 170mm crankset. 52 and 39 chainrings with crank bolts. The original dust caps got a little hurt by someone removing them before I got them but they are present and shiny. SOLD

    - 90mm 3ttt stem SOLD

    - 40cm Modolo Speedy bars.

    - Sachs 7 speed chain.

    - SR Laprade 27.2 seatpost. Some marks but mostly under the minimum insertion line. SOLD

    - Wheelset. Shimano 600 hubs laced to Campagnolo Omega clincher rims. 100mm front, 126mm back spacing. Some brake wear but they are straight and spin very smoothly. Butted spokes, 36 for front and back. The wheel set comes with a 7 speed cluster 13 to 26. I don't know if it is cassette or a freewheel, I'm not very familiar with Shimano components. SOLD

    - The last item is a set of mismatched brifters. The right side is an 8 speed Dura Ace while the left is a Shimano 600. The right brifter has some rash and I was not very happy with the way it shifted. I don't know if it needs service or if it doesn't really play well with the 7 speed spacing in the back. The left shifter works flawlessly but it is missing the front cap.

    - Shimano Dura Ace down tube cable stops.

    I was hoping to get some 7-speed down tube shifters and build up an italian bike but I have accumulated too much stuff and don't see getting a frame any time soon.

    Let me know if you have any questions. There are lots of pictures available here:

    http://s147.photobucket.com/user/elg.../Shimano%20600

    Last edited by elguicho; 05-10-14 at 07:57 PM. Reason: added spacing for front and rear wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elguicho View Post
    - Wheelset. Shimano 600 hubs laced to Campagnolo Omega clincher rims. 100mm front, 126mm back spacing. Some brake wear but they are straight and spin very smoothly. Butted spokes, 36 for front and back. The wheel set comes with a 7 speed cluster 13 to 26. I don't know if it is cassette or a freewheel, I'm not very familiar with Shimano components.
    Looks like a Uniglide cassette to me.
    Seeking a 165mm Sugino Super Mighty track crankset.

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    Thanks, I have no experience with older shimano.

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    I really need the wheels and seat post if you are willing to split the group?
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    Quote Originally Posted by beech333 View Post
    Looks like a Uniglide cassette to me.
    +1 What number is the rear hub? I'm guessing it's 6400 and not 6402.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elguicho View Post
    The right side is an 8 speed Dura Ace [...] and I was not very happy with the way it shifted. I don't know if it needs service or if it doesn't really play well with the 7 speed spacing in the back.
    For anyone interested but not already familiar with this stuff, 8-speed Dura Ace used a different amount of cable pull - to make it work (on an 8-speed cassette) without the matching Dura Ace derailer you need to use an alternate cable routing as described by Sheldon Brown here. No idea how you'd mix it with a 7-sp cassette though...

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    Nice stuff but no way the wheels cassette and 8 speed stuff will work together. Basically you need sell this stuff seperateraly. You will get better value sold as group no one will buy this stuff. Sold seperatley all off it should sell fairly quickly.
    Last edited by zukahn1; 05-08-14 at 10:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zukahn1 View Post
    Nice stuff but no way the wheels cassette and 8 speed stuff will work together. Basically you need sell this stuff seperateraly. You will get better value sold as group no one will buy this stuff. Sold seperatley all off it should sell fairly quickly.
    Thanks. I did name the thread "partial group" because I figured the shifters were not up to par. I would get a set of 7 speed down tube shifters and call it a day but maybe I will part it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyT View Post
    +1 What number is the rear hub? I'm guessing it's 6400 and not 6402.
    You are right, it is 6400.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Whitlatch View Post
    I really need the wheels and seat post if you are willing to split the group?
    I will keep you posted, it seems like splitting the group might be a better option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elguicho View Post
    I will keep you posted, it seems like splitting the group might be a better option.
    Thanks.
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    I'm interested in the stem, but use 44cm bars. If no one grabs the set (bars+stem) and you would be willing to seperate the two, please let me know. I am in no rush and think it's worth waiting to see if anyone here is interested in the set- they should get first dibs.

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    I will be parting out the group since I have various members interested. PM sent.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir_Name View Post
    I'm interested in the stem, but use 44cm bars. If no one grabs the set (bars+stem) and you would be willing to seperate the two, please let me know. I am in no rush and think it's worth waiting to see if anyone here is interested in the set- they should get first dibs.

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    Thank you. Payment sent for the wheels and seat post.
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    I ended up splitting the group for various members. Only items left are brifters and handlebar (no stem) if anyone is interested.

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