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Old 11-16-08, 12:15 PM   #1626
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WTB: Wheelset. Doesn't have to be C&V per se, but I need something with a 6-spd freewheel on it. Looking to spend ~$100.
PM sent. Araya A20's 27x1 w/6-sp freewheel. Laced to Suzue hubs.
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Looking for a reasonably priced (and hopefully good condition) Shimano 600 tri color crank in charcoal. I have a nearly complete 8 speed STI group which is probably going to jump ship from my black Cannondale to the Team Miyata frame sometime in the future. It has a Bontrager Sport crank, since the LBS had a choice between that or Veloce, hehe. I just need a charcoal tri color crank to complete the group!,,,,BD
One just went on eBay for $50. I've been looking, too.
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Old 11-16-08, 12:46 PM   #1628
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ISO 54-55 cm sport tourer for commuting and maybe some randonneuring in the future.

Need eyelets front and rear and prefer 700c wheels.

I would prefer a complete bike, but a frame set is ok if the price is right.
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Old 11-16-08, 04:29 PM   #1629
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WTB: Wheelset. Doesn't have to be C&V per se, but I need something with a 6-spd freewheel on it. Looking to spend ~$100.
Must be 700c*.

Sorry Robbie, thanks for the offer.
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I have a pretty good set of Shimano RSX brakes (front and rear) that I'd like to trade for some similarly good *LONG REACH* brakes. Mine are dual pivot and in A-/B+ condition, just looking for something similar. They need to have a reach in the 1.75" to 2.25" range, whereas mine are 1" to 1.5".

I also have a complete, aside from bars, 70's Chiorda road bike with a 31" standover. It is orange and in pretty decent shape. ***FREE TO GOOD HOME***, all you pay is actual shipping. Downtube shifters, 27" wheels, and kind of a burnt orange in color.

Frameset of an '81 Schwinn Traveler, ~35" standover. Red fork, was a red frame but it's now partial stripped. Was going to have it powdercoated but ended up buying a new C&V complete instead. As the Chiorda above, this frameset is ***FREE TO A GOOD HOME***, all you pay is actual shipping. I also have a few bits for this as well if you want them (crankset, centerpull brakes, etc.).
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I also have a complete, aside from bars, 70's Chiorda road bike with a 31" standover. It is orange and in pretty decent shape. ***FREE TO GOOD HOME***, all you pay is actual shipping. Downtube shifters, 27" wheels, and kind of a burnt orange in color.
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Long ISO square BB spindle/axle

I am looking for a bottom bracket spindle to use a Stronglight 99 crank set on my Motobecane circa 70's.

Found one: Stronglight 65 S (123mm long)

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$50 would be reasonable, for one in excellent condition IMHO. If people pay that for beat up looking ones, then I might have a problem, lol,,,,BD
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Okay I'm expanding my original post. I'm looking for any 700c clincher wheelset, for around $100. Alternatively, if you have just a front wheel you want to get rid of for cheap, I might be persuaded to leave the rear alone.

Also, my Turbo saddle is kind of breaking, so if you have one of those, I'd love a replacement.
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We have got to get our Canadian friend a bike that's all together. He and his 310 deserve it.
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I got wheels and a turbo for him..
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Anyone have some dual-pivot long reach brakes they'd like to get rid of? I have a perfectly good set of Shimano RSX brakes (silver, dual-pivot) that I'll trade you for them, or maybe something else if you don't need brakes?
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ISO/WTB:

C-record rear skewer, I don't even need the nut, just the skewer with QR... it's the only thing holding me back from haveing a complete hub-set.
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ISO/WTB:

Alloy drop bars, silver, the kind that can be threaded through an old-style quill stem. Size 44 or wider will work.
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Alloy drop bars, silver, the kind that can be threaded through an old-style quill stem. Size 44 or wider will work.
I've been looking for some, but in 26.4
What size clamp do you need them to fit?
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25.2mm seatpost

25.2mm is a very odd size for a seatpost, but that is the ID of the seat tube on my Motobecane Grand Touring [circa 70's).

I would like to find one that size. Something vintage and French would be nice. I currently have a 25mm Simplex and one 0.2mm larger would be perfect.

Note that I don't need a long post. I have short legs and long arms so I have the largest frame I can stand over. This also means that I need a post that is round all the way up since it will only extend a few inches.

A vintage Japanese might be OK. The SR 'Custom' looks nice.
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ISO/WTB: C-record rear skewer ...
Guess who has one?

But I'd need to trade it for a more vintage front QR.
 
Old 11-17-08, 06:34 PM   #1643
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sr sakae stem 100, or 110mm. quill. 25.4 clamp nos or excellent condition
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sr sakae stem 100, or 110mm. quill. 25.4 clamp nos or excellent condition
These were never anodized so you could easily polish one to a better than new finish, since the finish was not very good to start with. I probably have one but it would have to be polished.
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How 'bout this:

Make me an offer on a 50cm road bike, preferabbly closer to 20lbs than 30.

I've got lots of other wants but no real requirements:
1. Green is a nice color.
2. No major scratches is always nice.
3. No cotters is even better.
4. Italy and Japan are nice places.
5. I like campy. I like cage pedals. but I don't care much.

Go for it. Shoot, sports.
Let's deal.
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looking for a 38-40t inner chainring for the TA style cranks on a Lambert/Viscount.
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Shimano BR-MC70 Cantilever brakes, one or two pair.
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ISO: Miyata dustcap for cranks ends. I am for some reason missing one.
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WTB Cresta GT, Elite GT 55cm, or Trek 950 (20"-21")

I am looking for a 55 cm Nishiki Cresta GT or a Centurion Elite GT, or a Trek 950 MTB. Basically, I need it between 31" and 31.5" standover height. I can only afford a reasonable price though. If you know of one of these bikes in this size at a reasonable price, please let me know. Thanks, T.J.
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