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Old 12-01-09, 10:39 AM   #2501
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Any clampon downtube shifters.
Any hooded brake levers, aero or non aero.

Have:
Derailleurs
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and more stuff, pm me and I can dig it out.
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Old 12-01-09, 10:41 AM   #2502
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Looking for a late 60s or early 70s 3TTT Record or Grand Prix stem, around 110mm. Could also use handlebar of the same vintage, perhaps GB. I have many vintage and new parts to trade, just ask.
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Old 12-01-09, 11:37 AM   #2503
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looking for a Vintage Folding bike. Raleigh is great, Any other brand is fine too. Perferably in Good to Poor condition...I don't need a showroom queen.
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Old 12-01-09, 02:48 PM   #2504
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NEED: A complete 9 or 10 speed group of good quality for a very special '84 Serotta. Ultegra or Force would be great. I do not need hubs/wheels. I do not need pedals.

HAVE: A very fine, ALL ORIGINAL (save for the L brake hood which is a replacement) 54cm Reynolds 531 Legnano Gran Premio from the Emilio Bozzi era (employee bike from the plant) w/ Campagnolo dropouts/microadjusters, Italmanubri seatpost, Gipiemme downtube shifters, Weinmann 700C concave rims drilled for Presta only, Universal Super 68 brakes/levers, Ofmega Mistral crankset/BB/headset/hubs.
54cm C-C and 54cm top tube.
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Old 12-01-09, 03:51 PM   #2505
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Any clampon downtube shifters.
Any hooded brake levers, aero or non aero.

Have:
Derailleurs
Stufff
and more stuff, pm me and I can dig it out.
PM sent. I got ya.
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ISO: Some bits for my 78 Super Course build
- Suntour Comp V FD (or something nicer) - pending
- Raleigh/SR Cotterless Crankset
- Raleigh/Weinmann Short Reach Center pulls (that will fit 27" rims on this 700c frame)
- If not brakes, then Weinmann 700c Concave A124 rims would be very nice

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- Complete (minus wheels) and very nice condition Shimano 600 Arabesque group from a Ross Professional
- I suppose you could have the 24.5" Ross Professional Super Gran Tour II frame that the 600 stuff is still attached to if you really wanted...
- Atala Grand Prix frame mentioned in earlier ISO post. Needs some love and/or oxalic bath
- Campy Nuovo Tip hubs from the Atala (would only really trade these for the Weinmann wheelset) as I'm getting attached to them
- Campy clamp-on DT shifters also from the Atala
- TTT Stem from the Atala (looks slightly bent though, not sure if these can be straightened out)
May have some other random things too. PM with inquiries or for pictures.

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Old 12-01-09, 10:49 PM   #2507
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Want: 8 speed hyperglide Cassette. 12-23-26ish

Have: quite a bit of shimano stuff, Let me know what you want I will see if I have it
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Old 12-01-09, 11:11 PM   #2508
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Want: 8 speed hyperglide Cassette. 12-23-26ish

Have: quite a bit of shimano stuff, Let me know what you want I will see if I have it
I may have one. I'll check in the morning when I ge home, but the low gear may be 28ish.
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Old 12-01-09, 11:14 PM   #2509
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ISO: Cinelli 1r stem, english size
Cinelli Giro d'Italia bars

Have: Raleigh stamped SR stem
GB "Map of England" bars

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Old 12-02-09, 01:57 AM   #2510
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Those bars are cool! *idea*
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Old 12-02-09, 12:14 PM   #2511
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Getting wheelbuilding fever.

Want:
a 27" rim or two. 36h, double wall. eyelets would be great.
a flip flop hub, or any good freewheel hub. 36h.
I'd probably be interested in any 36h hubs and rims.
a good condition 26" tire set and 26" tubes for the tire set

I'd also like a pair of MKS sylvan touring pedals or some double-sided pedals with an SPD side and a cage side.

Have:
campy c-record friction shifters
campy two-bolt super record seatpost 26.8mm
SR road bars, 38cm width
shimano 105 short reach aero brake levers, white hoods
25.4 SR Laprade seatpost
sugino sg-k 27.0 seatpost
shimano biopace triple crankset (model fc-m730), 50-44-28 chainrings, 165mm arm length, square taper
lots of chainrings in almost every bcd imaginable, two biopace ones (52 and 42, I think)
a jandd hurricane wedge saddlebag (waterproof)-- red, great shape
new, never used tektro rl726 cross (interrupter) levers 26.0 clamp, can provide shims for 24.0mm wide bars
new salsa brown gel cork bar tape
black jagwire brake housing (have a box, can cut whatever length)
dia compe non-aero brake levers w/ slots for suicide levers
unused lowrider front rack: topeak rak mule
shimano spd pedals-- pd-a525 range with sealed bearings
sachs-maillard ly92 8-speed freewheel
generic ergo drop bars 26.0 clamp area, 45cm wide
wtb mountain seat
3x 27" x 1.25" araya single wall rims. 36h
1x 700c x 43mm araya single wall rim 36h
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Mondia Special frameset, from 1970 approx.



57 c-c seat, 58 c-c top, 531 w/touring geometry, Nervex lugs, solid blue paint and decals in okay condition with much pinstriping still there. Chrome in VG condition, French threading - unused Velo Orange Gran Cru BB included

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A similar caliber frame but 60 - 62. Paint doesn't need to be tip-top by any means. Hoping for a good project that I won't have to say goodbye to when I'm finished!
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ISO-a set of Shimano 105 (1050-1051) short reach brakes. Please PM.

Thanks,

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Old 12-03-09, 07:08 AM   #2514
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48cm Trek Elance for $198 shipped........ http://cgi.ebay.com/TREK-ELANCE-400-...item563769c0e2

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Really cheap alloy drop bars- Sakae Road Champion or something similar, condition unimportant.

And again, if anyone has a fixer-upper 49-51cm road bike, low-mid level, my boss' daughter wants one for Christmas and I said I'd help. Hunting the CR too.

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Old 12-03-09, 10:22 AM   #2515
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Thanks rOckhOund! That's a good find, I'm gonna forward that her way.
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Old 12-03-09, 10:45 AM   #2516
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48cm Trek Elance for $198 shipped........ http://cgi.ebay.com/TREK-ELANCE-400-...item563769c0e2
That's the same guy selling the Medici...pick up if you can, his packaging isn't great.
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ISO: Vitus 172 frame in 53 *54* 55 size. (Reynolds 531 would work as well.)
I have a 58cm Motobecane Grand Record I like BUT it is big for me, would like to just move parts to a new frame.

HAVE: Motobecane Grand Jubilee frame 57cm, Reynolds 531 w/BB
I got this for the above project and it is a MUCH nicer frame than the GR. But before I start I thought I would see if I can find one closer to my size, and I LIKE the ride on the Vitus and the look; no paint, minimal decals - just a matte silver frame.

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I'm looking for one of the old "COOL TOOL" multi tool's. The one that was build around a thinned out cresent wrench.
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The Trek sold before I could clear it with my boss. Her daughter wants an old road bike.

So... *sigh* Still ISO one 49-51cm road bike for the girl. Keep your eyes peeled.

That trek was a great find, but alas! Too late!
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I'm looking for one of the old "COOL TOOL" multi tool's. The one that was build around a thinned out cresent wrench.
I still have the cresent wrench part of it........the rest of it has disappeared over time.
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I still have the cresent wrench part of it........the rest of it has disappeared over time.

Rockhound, that would be a start. It has become somewhat of a quest. first it was Finish line chain pups. Now its cool tools.
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Still ISO one 49-51cm road bike for the girl.
There are a couple of very nice looking super short Cannondales on eBay right now. Don't have the links handy but the last time I strolled through there I kept wondering why all the bikes were either 63's or 49's...
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So... *sigh* Still ISO one 49-51cm road bike for the girl. Keep your eyes peeled.
Banjo - saw this...
http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik/1488836481.html

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Old 12-04-09, 02:30 PM   #2524
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Hey, does anyone have a plain lamp bracket for an English bike, like the heron one on a Raleigh, but without the heron? I need one. I can get one on ebay for like $10, but if someone has one they'd like to trade for something, let's talk!
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Have this:





Want this:

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Same as shown above but in a little bit better shape.
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