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Old 04-13-11, 05:34 PM   #776
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So, not exactly bicycle related but I've got some PIF karma to catch up on and you're at your computer anyway.
I've been listing all the old books I won't ever read at Amazon. Then I found a few boxes of books in the paper recycling dumpster and now my neighbors bring me books as well as bikes. It's easier than Ebay. I made about a hundred bucks in December but it's trickled off to less than $10 a month.
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Pick out any book that's less than $5, which is most of them. I'll even ship the first 5 PMs I get for free, after that it's about $2.50 to ship a book. Don't tell Amazon or they'll want money front both of us. There's no bike related books. Sorry.
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Old 04-13-11, 09:34 PM   #777
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Here are a few random things. Just cover shipping unless it ends up being just a few bucks.
25.4mm seatpost
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Sugino VP crankarms and chainring and pedals (pedals have SP250 written on them).

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2 botched fuji-esque non-sanctioned t-shirts



One is a large, the other an extra-large, I remember not which is which. I tried to make these as a secret santa gift but they didn't turn out up to my standards. The instructables site is full of diy-screen printing how-tos that say you can just use some sheer curtains and an old picture frame to make a screen. THEY LIE!!!! my screen looked pretty good for a hand painted knock-off, but when I put the ink on and used the squeege, the curtain material gave too much and bled/sagged and basically printed for crap. After these I gave up on that screen.

One rider looks a bit like he's been infected by an alien and is about to give birth to alien spawn from his back. Perhaps his foot has been gnawed on as well. The other may be wearing baggy golf pants or a kilt and sporting robot legs... who knows. I never set the ink with an iron and tried to wash it out to reuse the shirts, but all it did was fade the color. Maybe some day I'll try this again with a good screen.

If someone really wants a crap t-shirt, they're yours for postage, otherwise I'm sure one of the kids down at the co-op can use them. PM for details. They'll probably smash into a smaller flat-rate box.

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Old 04-14-11, 10:19 AM   #779
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Thanks to those who have be-stuffed me.
I tried to trade it, but nobody wanted it. So now I'm giving it away.
Marked "Paramount" and it's yellow.
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2 botched fuji-esque non-sanctioned t-shirts



One is a large, the other an extra-large, I remember not which is which. I tried to make these as a secret santa gift but they didn't turn out up to my standards. The instructables site is full of diy-screen printing how-tos that say you can just use some sheer curtains and an old picture frame to make a screen. THEY LIE!!!! my screen looked pretty good for a hand painted knock-off, but when I put the ink on and used the squeege, the curtain material gave too much and bled/sagged and basically printed for crap. After these I gave up on that screen.

One rider looks a bit like he's been infected by an alien and is about to give birth to alien spawn from his back. Perhaps his foot has been gnawed on as well. The other may be wearing baggy golf pants or a kilt and sporting robot legs... who knows. I never set the ink with an iron and tried to wash it out to reuse the shirts, but all it did was fade the color. Maybe some day I'll try this again with a good screen.

If someone really wants a crap t-shirt, they're yours for postage, otherwise I'm sure one of the kids down at the co-op can use them. PM for details. They'll probably smash into a smaller flat-rate box.
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Thanks to those who have be-stuffed me.
I tried to trade it, but nobody wanted it. So now I'm giving it away.
Marked "Paramount" and it's yellow.
First PM.
Huh, there was a guy with a yellow Paramount Design Group or something bike posting last week, I'd have thought he'd snap it up! Oh, well.... PM sent!

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Yes, but I was trying to trade the bottle cage for an entire paramount.
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I think the padded envelope for the same price would be better if your post office has them. I'd like the other one if nobody claims it by the end of the day.
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I checked the shirts because I had them out in the car. The XL is the alien mutant, and the large is the kilt-clad cyclist. kingfish254 has the alien, and tugrul shall have the kilt, unless he is challenged to a wrasslin match in the thunderdome. I will send them via. the cheapest means possible.
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I checked the shirts because I had them out in the car. The XL is the alien mutant, and the large is the kilt-clad cyclist. kingfish254 has the alien, and tugrul shall have the kilt, unless he is challenged to a wrasslin match in the thunderdome. I will send them via. the cheapest means possible.
Darn! I woulda gone for the large kilted shirt, but im not sure about my wrasslin abilities.
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I checked the shirts because I had them out in the car. The XL is the alien mutant, and the large is the kilt-clad cyclist. kingfish254 has the alien, and tugrul shall have the kilt, unless he is challenged to a wrasslin match in the thunderdome. I will send them via. the cheapest means possible.
Cool, it looks more like a shark fin mutant to me. Appropriate for my Dahon Hammerhead. Thanks!
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Hey Brian, If you're not in a hurry to get it, I can take a brush and make that hump into a proper shark fin if you like?

Also tugrrl, a challenger has entered the thunderdome. You have first dibs, unless you decline, then it goes to robertofergy
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Hey Brian, If you're not in a hurry to get it, I can take a brush and make that hump into a proper shark fin if you like?

Also tugrrl, a challenger has entered the thunderdome. You have first dibs, unless you decline, then it goes to robertofergy
Thanks Jimmy, but I will take it as is.
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My dibs weren't going to vest until midnight, so he can have them
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Thanks tugrul, I didnt really want to have to go down to the thunderdome...

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Schwinn Varsity bike from the 70's. Has a 19" frame. Light blue paint. Paint is in good condition. Bike is very stiff. Even the headset barely moves, so you'll need to put in a lot of work, but you can get the bike to work again.

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Lyotard gauche (left) pedal. needs a good cleaning inside and out.



Spoken for, pending payment (I wonder what the PayPal fees are for "Free")
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1.5 Shimano barcons;


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Just upgraded my bike from a 1 by 8 with an orphaned Bar Con to Ultegra 8 speed indexed bar ends so if anyone just wants one Suntour Bar Con send me a pm... shipping from Canuckistan to the US will be around $5.00 for such a small item.
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The lonely Bar Con has been claimed by realestvin... something about early birds and worms.
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I have a few parts that I'm interested in moving along:

Shimano SPD-R pedals (PD-R535) In like new condition. Spin smooth, no damage, etc. I don't have the cleat for these, but they're free. So yeah...





A generic looking 90mm quill stem.



A NOS Sram 3.0 RD. This may not be the most subtle RD, but it can shift just about any range imaginable, and has the added benefit of looking like a Transformer, so you can impress all your friends. It is, however, missing the barrel adjuster, but you could probably steal one from any cheap rear derailleur or brakeset.


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[QUOTE=rat fink;12568080]I have a few parts that I'm interested in moving along:

Shimano SPD-R pedals (PD-R535) In like new condition. Spin smooth, no damage, etc. I don't have the cleat for these, but they're free. So yeah...





Hey I am interested in the pedals. Can you please email me at n.a.jackson38@gmil.com. Thanks a lot!
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