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Old 12-09-09, 03:13 PM   #2551
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De Rosa frameset measuring between 58-61 seat tube, 57-60 top tube. preferably late 70's to late 80's with a flat crown fork. would consider a complete bike. this will be ridden, so cosmetic condition isn't particularly important.

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delicious if you get offered two of them let me know....
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Yes, I have two Vetta's- one's a turbo- both in white. Neither is perfect but both look pretty good from 10 feet away.
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Sorry rccardr.... I really have been meaning to get back to you on those. I don't have any nice handlebars at the moment... just some SR road champs and some steel ones. Are you looking for anything else to trade for the Turbo?
Doctor, I have lots of trade goods including handlebars if that is your desire. Matt, The turbo is yours unless you don't want it. I'd be happy with the other one the Doctor has but... that Turbo sure is nice.

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Doctor, I have lots of trade goods including handlebars if that is your desire. Matt, The turbo is yours unless you don't want it. I'd be happy with the other one the Doctor has but... that Turbo sure is nice.

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You can have it if you want... I have been draggin my feet on that one. I like it, I just don't NEED it.
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ISO: Campagnolo 8-speed shifters... The old kind, I guess.

Have: Umm... Not much. But I do have an old brooks professional. :/

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If you have mavic open pro and sup, what is the criteria you are setting for the rims you are looking for? Are you looking for NOS?
Famous Amos quoted my post. From the post it looks like he is Jake, and looking for rims. Actually I am looking for rims, and Famous Amos has some. I sent him a pm

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HAVE: Giant RS390 frame and fork - 58 cm seat tube, 56 cm top - 4130 main tubes - forged dropouts - braze-on DT shifters - 26.8 mm seat tube - black with silver decals, metal headbadge

WANT: Same idea but in 50-54 cm seat tube. No pink.

Ideally I can strip the Giant, mail frame, reinstall parts on new frame, then pass it off to a friend doing her first triathlon. Will include other parts and such to make up any difference in value. Headset, BB, seat post all included or not depending on situation.
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ISO: a basic steel fork for a 27" wheel; this is for a small frame, so steerer from crown to top should be about 150mm or have threading that starts 110mm from the fork crown.

Have: an NOS 27" hi-ten fork with a 250mm steerer if a fork-for-fork trade is best; otherwise, I have lots of mostly 70s-era parts.

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Checked my stock. My have a couple that are 142 or so. And a couple that are 170 - Not going to start at 110. Tough dimension maybe.
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Old 12-10-09, 05:10 AM   #2559
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ISO: 24h black front rim
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Old 12-10-09, 08:48 AM   #2560
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ISO: 24h black front rim
I've got one, Robbie. It's a semi-aero (similar to the Araya 1W or the Mavic CXP-21) Topolino rim - it was one of those oddballs with horrid graphite (carbon fiber?) spokes and a plastic hub. Otherwise, it's a normal rim, and it's black.

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Yah, did so. We got a deal. Tanks.
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ISO: exploded diagrams for Shimano Ultegra 9-sp STI (yes, I had a R shifter and now I have a ziploc bag of parts).
ISO: exploded diagrams for Shimano 105 8-sp STI (I was shipped a free ziploc bag of parts).
ISO: exploded diagrams for Campy Ergos, the early ones (I have a big ziploc bag with enough parts to make at least one set)
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ISO: exploded diagrams for Shimano Ultegra 9-sp STI (yes, I had a R shifter and now I have a ziploc bag of parts).
ISO: exploded diagrams for Shimano 105 8-sp STI (I was shipped a free ziploc bag of parts).
ISO: exploded diagrams for Campy Ergos, the early ones (I have a big ziploc bag with enough parts to make at least one set)
You have to scroll down to the ST section of the pages linked below and find the correct model number; the diagrams are in the first link listed under the model number:

exploded diagrams for Shimano Ultegra 9-sp STI

exploded diagrams for Shimano 105 8-sp STI


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ISO: exploded diagrams for Campy Ergos, the early ones (I have a big ziploc bag with enough parts to make at least one set)
These only go back to 98, but I bet the assembly steps are very similar.

http://branfordbike.com/articles/cam...-2007-pg71.htm
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Old 12-11-09, 07:41 AM   #2565
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For trade...Huret odometer. this was on my '80 or '81 Motobecane Grand Touring, it's all there but the rubber drive band (which should be easy to replace for a quarter or so from a hardware store). I assume you can calibrate these, but this was on a 27" 1 1/4" wheel.



Not sure what I need...I'm sure there's something (as I'm sure I have other stuff to trade too)
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These only go back to 98, but I bet the assembly steps are very similar.

http://branfordbike.com/articles/cam...-2007-pg71.htm
Should be, the disassembly sure was.......stuff flying everywhere, lots of loud noises and magic words.
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These only go back to 98, but I bet the assembly steps are very similar.

http://branfordbike.com/articles/cam...-2007-pg71.htm
Should be, the disassembly sure was.......stuff flying everywhere, lots of loud noises and magic words.
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Should be, the disassembly sure was.......stuff flying everywhere, lots of loud noises and magic words.
My first thought when you asked for exploded diagrams was why? Don't you have several exploded shifters already in front of you?
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I bought this Rhode Gear handlebar bag for cheap at a garage sale. However, it didn't have the mating half of the mount that goes on the bike. Does anyone have one of these by any chance or can anyone point me to where I might find one?


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I'm ardently seeking: Fork crown race--ISO 26.4--for the Campy NR Strada headset as pictured in the Velobase link below:

http://velobase.com/ViewSingleCompon...m=111&AbsPos=0

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Have: Set of Campy 8 speed record wheels with cassette. Had them hand built from NOS hubs a few seasons ago. About 1000k on them of light riding. In very good shape. GONE

Want: Set of Single speed wheels, rear 130mm spacing. GOT

Thanks.. guys

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Old 12-13-09, 02:01 PM   #2573
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ISO one SR pedal dust cap like this one. Fits on a quill pedal....
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Black Bluemels Club Specials
Mafac Competition brake calipers
Mafac brake levers w/black hoods
3TTT Record stem, 110-120mm

Have:
Depends on how nice the part(s) are. Don't expect cash.
White Bluemels Club Specials + one Popular

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ISO.... ONE black Avid long V brake shoe. Got to working on the Kona finally, and one of the shoes was an UPSIDE DOWN Wal Mart brake shoe, lol. Anyone
got one of these laying around? Left if they're specific? I'm not sure...,,,,BD
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