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Old 11-23-09, 01:09 PM   #2476
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Not sure what you mean by Italian threading, as my Campy rear wheels use the same freewheels as my Shimano rear wheels (those that use the 7-sp freewheels, etc).
I've swapped Regina back and forth with Shimano, no problem. PM me and maybe we can figure it out...
It's not based on country of origin, different countries had different standards in their bike industries, at one time. Campy and Shimano, however, sold parts for use in all markets in the world.

Sheldon's got a good section on threading.
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Not sure what you mean by Italian threading, as my Campy rear wheels use the same freewheels as my Shimano rear wheels (those that use the 7-sp freewheels, etc).
I've swapped Regina back and forth with Shimano, no problem. PM me and maybe we can figure it out...
I believe there was a slight difference between the threading. My hub clearly states 35mmx24tpi which is not what the majority of the 7 speed freewheels were. Ive read that a British threaded freewheel will go on, but its not advisable to switch back and forth between the two threadings.

Im being a little picky but on this bike I think its worth it. Its a nice Italian frame with some pretty nice components and Im building the wheels up from scratch so Id like to have what was meant for the hub, not just what will fit. Thanks though, I wish I could just toss on a new shimano and be done with it...
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I believe there was a slight difference between the threading. My hub clearly states 35mmx24tpi which is not what the majority of the 7 speed freewheels were. Ive read that a British threaded freewheel will go on, but its not advisable to switch back and forth between the two threadings.

Im being a little picky but on this bike I think its worth it. Its a nice Italian frame with some pretty nice components and Im building the wheels up from scratch so Id like to have what was meant for the hub, not just what will fit. Thanks though, I wish I could just toss on a new shimano and be done with it...
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Thanks, and I understand. Nothing wrong wtih being picky, sounds like a plan.
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7 speed freewheel with Italian threading
Nice white saddle, Rolls or Regal. Something along those lines

Have: Lots of wheels, Campy NR, Shimano 600 8speed, Shimano Dura-Ace 6 speed.
Thanks for your help.
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I have several (also a few 6 speed). Regina, Atom, Suntour new winner- what cog spacing are you looking for?
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I don't know what to call what I am looking for, and another thread introduced that many others do not either. So, I am going to call it an ARVIN (as suggested by another poster)...which might be derogatory in some way and if so apologies in advance.

Bascially, it is a rear wheel spacer that goes inside of a drop-out, a small half-moon type chrome spacer with a screw through it, onthe left side. It is in place of the typical set screw off the back of the drop-out, as this drop-out has no way to use one of those types of screws. I have one of these on the left side, but not one on the right side. This is what I am in search of.

So, I am looking for a right/dderailleur side ARVIN half-moon wheel spacer, or a new/used set if they come that way.

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I think I have an Itailian-threaded 7-speed (may be a Regina) freewheel. I should say, I pulled a 6-7 speed freewheel off a hub listed as Italian, I will try to find it when I get home and then assertain what on earth it is.
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I don't know what to call what I am looking for, and another thread introduced that many others do not either. So, I am going to call it an ARVIN (as suggested by another poster)...which might be derogatory in some way and if so apologies in advance.

Bascially, it is a rear wheel spacer that goes inside of a drop-out, a small half-moon type chrome spacer with a screw through it, onthe left side. It is in place of the typical set screw off the back of the drop-out, as this drop-out has no way to use one of those types of screws. I have one of these on the left side, but not one on the right side. This is what I am in search of.

So, I am looking for a right/dderailleur side ARVIN half-moon wheel spacer, or a new/used set if they come that way.

Thanks!
since I'm the guy who suggested "Arvin" (it's completely arbitrary and innocent) I should also mention that another poster reminds us that these sometimes only came on the LH side: if the RD had a claw, that claw was usually bolted to the RH dropout so you only needed an Arvin on the LH side (I'm feeling a Reggae tune in the background here, yea mon!) Check out the internets for those Surly options: Monkeynuts and Karate Nuts.
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Old 11-24-09, 10:28 PM   #2483
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NEED: alloy headset for my Simplon Reynolds Campy project frame. I think I need English. To trade, vintage Shimano 600 quill-stem — 120 mm I think.. I'll check if yer interested. Comes with steel shims for smaller size bar diameters.
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Because this seems to be the place we are SUPPOSED to post interest in sales and purchases? Read Lotek's intro to these threads.
I know the rules of the forums, and I was only trying to help you out, so I really hope you weren't trying to be a wise ass with your reply, you will only make an enemy of me that way, and we don't want that now do we?
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I know the rules of the forums, and I was only trying to help you out, so I really hope you weren't trying to be a wise ass with your reply, you will only make an enemy of me that way, and we don't want that now do we?
Hey, chill! Thanks for the attempt and the wish to help, but I've been here a while, too, and I know the rules as well. In the past I've had excellent results looking directly in the C&V forum, too. I actually find the current organization confusing. Is ISO limited to trades? I think it was back in the past. I've also used the old forum in Marketplace, and I don't think anyone ever read my posts there. I decided this time to attempt to follow the rules, and I did finally get some good responses.

That said, I can get irritated, too, so please don't threaten. Your comment came off as someone who does not care about the rules, only pragmatism. You probably didn't intend to give that impression, based on your latest post. My bad, but as I said, please don't threaten.
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To every one who replied to my request for a 22.0 stem with information, an offer of parts, or other assitance, thank you all very much. I have picked one offering and I'm waiting for it to arrive. If it works, I'm set, and if not, I'll be back.
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Third time's a charm? (Or is it spam?)

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Campagnolo cartridge BB, 111mm, English thread

Campagnolo triple front derailleur, 28.6 clamp (or something similar and silver)

Dura Ace 7400 6 speed freewheel, 13-26, EX condition (or better yet 28T if such a thing exists - or a lightweight equivalent freewheel compatible with DA 6 speed indexing)

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Athena cartridge BB, 111mm, Italian thread (willing to trade 'cups' only if need be)

Dura Ace 7400 FD, 28.6 clamp, VG condition
Suntour Sprint FD, braze-on, VG condition
Campagnolo Victory FD, 28.6 clamp, EX condition
Shimano 1055 FD, 28.6 clamp, NOS

Dura Ace 6 speed freewheel, 13-21, EX cond
Dura Ace 7 speed freewheel, 13-19, EX cond


Other stuff, just ask.
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Want: 46cm or 48cm Nitto Noodle Bar (hey someone might have one!)

Have:
44cm control tech oversized road bars (no ergo bump just a decent bend shorter reach and drop)
44cm cannondale (made by control tech) oversized road bar (little deeper than above)
WTB road mountain drop bars oversized

44cm nitto noodle bars
39/40 cm nitto 155 road bar (vintage and excl. cond)
39cm old logo cinelli campione del mondo bars
44cm cinelli ebios ergo bars 26.0mm
nice 120mm cinelli grove threadless stem that works real well with above bars

also see my signature and inquire further for other trade items if you don't see anything you like.
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Shimano 8 speed DT shift levers, either RX100 or SL-R400.
26.4 seatpost, Laprade-style, not picky about manufacturer.

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Geez, what seems like an ever-growing number of parts and pieces, mostly Shimano, Suntour and Cannondale. Let me know what you need.
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NEED: alloy headset for my Simplon Reynolds Campy project frame. I think I need English. To trade, vintage Shimano 600 quill-stem — 120 mm I think.. I'll check if yer interested. Comes with steel shims for smaller size bar diameters.
Cancel the head set. I got a new Tange Seiki pressed in yesterday. But, still ....

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* Campy Record skewer for 130 mm rear
* 7-8 speed cassette rear hub —or a set?

Have ... still the quill stem and a SunTour Aluminum freewheel in excellent condition. Perhaps something else I can dig up too
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Hey, chill! Thanks for the attempt and the wish to help, but I've been here a while, too, and I know the rules as well. In the past I've had excellent results looking directly in the C&V forum, too. I actually find the current organization confusing. Is ISO limited to trades? I think it was back in the past. I've also used the old forum in Marketplace, and I don't think anyone ever read my posts there. I decided this time to attempt to follow the rules, and I did finally get some good responses.

That said, I can get irritated, too, so please don't threaten. Your comment came off as someone who does not care about the rules, only pragmatism. You probably didn't intend to give that impression, based on your latest post. My bad, but as I said, please don't threaten.
Not a threat, more like trying to be funny, but I couldn't find the emoticons when they gave the forums a new "look."
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Need:
--Campagnolo Nuovo Record 42t (144bcd) chainring
--Campagnolo downtube clamp-on cable stop

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--45t Campy NR chainring
--lots of other rings, whether for Stronglight 93, 49D, some 130bcd rings (39t, 42t, 52t), some 110bcd rings
--lots of 70s and early 80s Shimano and SunTour derailleurs
--lots of other bits from that era

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have: Cinelli XE 26mm/110mm -- great condition, lightly used (too long for me), purchased as NOS

message me what you have for trade, if interested.
but specifically looking for:

shimano 600 stem 26mm/90mm
shimano BL-R600 or R400 levers (or similar shimano aero levers)

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Nitto Technomic stem swap

I have a 25.4 clamp 100mm Nitto Technomic Standard stem. I'm looking to trade for a 26.0 variety, either 100mm or 90mm.

Please PM me if you would like to swap.
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ISO Shimano nonaero hoods for BL-Z326 levers, these have an adjusting barrel on the top (like DiaCompes and MAFAC). the hoods have a slight anotomic shape and preferated spot in the side for mounting turkey levers. also if you would not mind looking way back under your bench I would not mind having turkey levers that fit these.

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Have: Lots of nice vintage stuff--please be specific as I'm not interested in trotting out the whole pile for inspection--and other means of trade completion.
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looking for a 3ttt 26mm stem
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chadrat are you looking for as quill style? what extension? I have a black 130mm from about '92. sorry it is missing the little black cap.
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ISO; Mid eighties Cinelli quill bolt and wedge, flying C logo..,,,,BD
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Not necessarily all vintage, but here is what I have:

Campagnolo Chorus 2006 alloy crankset. 172.5mm w/ 53/39 chainrings. NEW IN BOX.
SRAM Rival 2009 front derailleur. 31.8mm clamp. NEW IN BOX.
Silca framefit pump. White w/ chrome end and chrome Silca pump head. Should fit 58-60cm frame. NEW IN PACKAGE.
Campagnolo Steel pump head, NOS. (Will not fit Silca pump listed above.)
Campagnolo Nuovo Record seatpost. 27.2 in rider condition. Insertion scratching and a few deep scratches where is says 'Patent Campagnolo.'
Campagnolo Nuovo Record front dearailleur. Clamp-on. Came off a 1984 Bianchi. In excellent condition.
Selle Italia Turbo saddle. The original not a reissue. Only ridden a handful of miles, comes with original box. The logos are a little faded, but near new condition.


Looking for:
A nice vintage road crankset in 165mm. Maybe Nuovo Record or Suntour.
Campagnolo Nuovo Record Pista stuff - headset, 70-P-120 spindle.
Cash.

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