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Old 12-31-09, 10:16 AM   #2626
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Any one have:
  • bar end shifters
  • Simplex front bottom pull derailure
  • cotter-puller
  • bottle generator and lights for English Three Speed (Triumph)
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Old 12-31-09, 12:56 PM   #2627
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Need a few things to complete a Pinarello that I can't wait to ride:

Cinelli bars - prefer Campione del Mundo 66/44, but will consider others without cable grooves
White cable housing

Have - cool Campy bits, Basso Loto "Jamaica" frame (size 55), red Ambrosio NOS Montreal tubular rims 36h, etc.

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Old 12-31-09, 03:12 PM   #2628
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-Swiss threaded lockring for bottom bracket (I have the cups and everything else)
-full enclosed chaincase, like something from a dutch bike
-1970s French leather saddle

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1970s(?) CCM Grand Touring - I don't really want to ship the bike. I have put a proper 26 1-3/8 wheel on, and attached the chainguard. I don't have any brakes for it. I didn't really like the ride, even with the right sized wheel on it. The tires are in good shape, really just needs the shifter and brakes and it'd be good to go.
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Old 12-31-09, 05:28 PM   #2629
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Want: Suntour Cyclone GT Mk II rear derailleur model RD 3700 for my 83 Trek 620. I have the front derailleur. I'd also consider a different Suntour RD that would work for touring.
I have a Mountech long cage dated '83 (ZH), and a short cage '85 Superbe (the Superbe requires a 23t max cog IIRC).
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Old 12-31-09, 08:56 PM   #2630
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One Weinmann centerpull cable stop quick-release lever and the quick release adjuster barrel (the threaded adjuster itself, I have).



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Old 01-01-10, 01:04 PM   #2631
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Hello Everyone Happy New Year. time to get some projects back on track. I do not have much to trade but as always while I am trying to get rid of things I thought I would see if others can use them first.

3. pair of new Demension handlebars from Ebikestop. 25.4 clamp 44 c-c anotomic bend double groove one has some stem marks on one of the bends.

Giordona tights new with tags never worn. these are from '93 or so I think I was given them as a sample or something. size is listed as L 4 50. they have a zipper on the ankles.

Dura Ace 32' frnt hub never laced, I do not see anything like a model/ part #, they do have a open/close style dust cap

a pair of Suntour Sprint brakes, I got these off ebay but I am using something else so I don't need these. they have alittle rust and one of the adjusters is frozen. I have a working replacement that looks close.

Saccon aero brake levers. one seems to have a little cosmetic issue but works OK

Mafac cantilevers just one set and an extra arm. I do not have the bolts or springs but do have the cable and hardware

hardware screws/plate for shimano platform pedals. I think these are the 'clips' for the front of the pointed 600 cleat

a Coda seat collar stamped 32 with cable hanger. LOOK original ATB "Mud Evac" cleats. black new used red ones.

new addition I also have a pair of low milage (100) 700X30 Kenda KWIK knobbie tires (TOs from my Fantom Uno)

I am not looking for much just some odds and ends to finish some projects

handlebars 25.4 clamp 44-46CM round bend ungrooved or single groove does not matter.

a nice set of quality brake levers with Safety (turkey, chicken, suicide) levers. I know there were a few nicer sets made and even a few aero style

good quality brake and derailleur cables.

other wise I am always on the lookout for colored presta caps and good condition single key releases

sorry this post is so long, thanks for looking. I can try and take more pics if you like, questions just ask
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Old 01-01-10, 05:03 PM   #2632
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Looking for:
-Quill stem for a 1" fork, 23.8 clamp OR North Road-esque handlebars with 25.4 clamp - GOTTEN
-Tubular tires
-Front rack or basket
-A long shot: 58cm track frame/fork - condition not too important, looking for a relatively cheap project

Have lots of odds and ends, but not much fancy stuff:
-Sakae triple cranks
-Dia Compe aero brake levers
-new Tektro short reach dual pivot calipers - GONE
-Shimano Deore hub set - GONE
-Shimano 600 hub set
-Suntour Cyclone front derailer
-Manitou Mars suspension fork - GONE
-1971 Triumph 3-speed, complete and original

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Old 01-01-10, 06:41 PM   #2633
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Unused, new in packaging (just opened it to look at/feel, but put it back in this evening) Vivo Grunge Guard derailleur boot
2 XT derailleurs - rd-m739 and rd-m737
LX crank, FX-m563 - don't have the non drive arm, but have a fc-mt60 arm which will work. 175 mm, 22, 32, 42. 42 is missing one tooth I just noticed.
Anodized purple Monster brake booster thingy
system components quill stem
sachs chain - 8 speed I think? It's attached to one of the XT derailleurs.


Tell me whatcha have - I prefer NON vintage stuff.





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Old 01-02-10, 12:24 AM   #2634
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Looking for a first generation Record front derailleur with the cable stop. Have a Super Record front, or various other parts.
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Old 01-02-10, 08:14 AM   #2635
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Have: Complete Shimano Sante Group (everything including Wheelset, 32 hole laced to Wolber TX Profil rims hardly any brake wear.) English bb and 27.0 crown race on the headset. All in good condition, will not break up the group.

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Old 01-02-10, 01:08 PM   #2636
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ISO-Shimano SPD pedals. Just need something that works.
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Old 01-02-10, 01:12 PM   #2637
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ISO the generator lights (front and rear...actually, I need two of the rear ones) in the attached photo. I believe them to be Sobitez, but the may me Seima, Cataluex, or some other French/British make. I have the bottle generator. Atually, I could use the right crank arm also if someone has one lying about ('74-75 Campy strada, 170mm).



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-A variety of Suntour and Shimano stuff
-Modolo brake bits
-A box full of Mafac brake bits
- First, second, or thrid born son (though the latter is not quite weened)
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I have some, what you got to trade?
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Need a couple of parts to finish my sister's bike - '88 Peugeot Triathlon

Want/need:
1" threaded headset (original was Shimano 105)
6 spd Shimano 14-28 or similar cassette - appears to be Uniglide


Have:
Several Dia-compe non-aero levers
Sachs Aris 8 speed freewheel
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Old 01-02-10, 04:04 PM   #2640
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Old 01-02-10, 05:32 PM   #2641
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^ I have a turbo saddle, I THINK it is from 89. has 89 stamped on the bottom. Not very good condition, but it is a turbo and I like your saddle.






Idiot shoe repair ass hole today put leather shoe polish on the back by the holes when I asked if he can recover it. Wouldn't give him back till I paid him $20. That pissed me off beyond words.
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Old 01-02-10, 08:48 PM   #2642
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have: campy rear hub 120mm 36h laced to mavic championnat tubular maeda 5sp freewheel hub spins beautifully but could use some polishing rim is true but also shows its age
ofmega fromt hub 36h laced to wolber clincher gentleman's 81 needs a rebuild but does come with a matching skewer

campy victory pedals w/clips but no straps missing one dustcap and the remaining is scratched (&*+% plastic) bearings not perfect but still very good

campy c-record (I think) downtube shifters and all washers

campy victory fd 28.6 (2)

campy victory rd (2) one has a bad spot where someone must have tried to polish and got carried away although I do have one steel cable and one doohickey that holds the derailleur in place

campy silca pump head

avocet 30 computer w/2 mounts and magnets 1 white 1 black


want: mtb stuff xt disc hubs, ritchey double cranks 170mm, avid bb7 road calipers, 160mm rotors, campy brifters (preferrably alloy 9sp) , 9sp cassette (shimano/sram) 11-32, other offers

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Old 01-02-10, 10:06 PM   #2643
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I have a variety of cycling related books I have read and have been collecting dust. I am open to trade offers including but not limited to consumables such as tires, tubes, grips, bar tape, obscure freewheel tools, etc

Heft on Wheels.......Mike Magnuson
Tales from the Bike Shop........Hershon
Flying Scotsman........Graeme Obree
Cold Beer and Crocodiles.....Roff Smith
North Wind in your Spokes........Hans Blickendorfer
Fitness Cycling...........Carmichael, Burke
The Birth of Dirt........Frank Berto
The Immortal Class........Travis Hugh Culley
The Art of Urban Cycling.........Hurst
CARtoons.........Andy Singer
Afoot & Afield Las Vegas & Southern Nevada........Beffort
Fat Tire/A celebration of the mountain bike..........amici design
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^ I have 27 inch: Bontrager select, and kenda crosscyclo (you guessed it, cross tires) I have no use for now that I run 700s.
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Old 01-02-10, 11:37 PM   #2645
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I have a variety of cycling related books I have read and have been collecting dust. I am open to trade offers including but not limited to consumables such as tires, tubes, grips, bar tape, obscure freewheel tools, etc

Heft on Wheels.......Mike Magnuson
Tales from the Bike Shop........Hershon
Flying Scotsman........Graeme Obree
Cold Beer and Crocodiles.....Roff Smith
North Wind in your Spokes........Hans BlickendorferFitness Cycling...........Carmichael, Burke
The Birth of Dirt........Frank Berto
The Immortal Class........Travis Hugh Culley
The Art of Urban Cycling.........HurstCARtoons.........Andy Singer
Afoot & Afield Las Vegas & Southern Nevada........Beffort
Fat Tire/A celebration of the mountain bike..........amici design
I have set of 700c tires that came on my Series 5 Paramount with two tubes (presta), hardly any wear, I'm interested in the highlighted books. I have a few other items too. let me know.
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Old 01-03-10, 12:06 PM   #2646
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^ I have a turbo saddle, I THINK it is from 89. has 89 stamped on the bottom. Not very good condition, but it is a turbo and I like your saddle.

Idiot shoe repair ass hole today put leather shoe polish on the back by the holes when I asked if he can recover it. Wouldn't give him back till I paid him $20. That pissed me off beyond words.
you must have gone to the same cobbler who put black polish on my cordavan penny loafers. OMG who ever heard of black penny loafers LOL
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-Sakae triple cranks
-Dia Compe aero brake levers
-Shimano 600 hub set
-Suntour Cyclone derailers
Business810, I could use the above items from your list.

Here's what I have:

Giant road bike saddle
Hombre Del Campo road bike saddle
Biopace 52Tx130 chainwheel
Biopace 42Tx130 chainwheel
28Tx74 chainwheel
34Tx110 chainwheel
36Tx110 chainwheel
Biopace 46Tx110 chainwheel
13x24 5sp freewheel
14x28 6sp freewheel
flat handlebar silver alloy 25mm 55 cm wide
2" riser handlebar black alloy 25mm 58 cm wide
1 piece Mongoose crank 175mm
various skewers (front, rear, vintage french, newer Shimano)
14x32 5sp freewheel
14x26 6sp freewheel
Wellgo MTB pedals
SR short stem 25mm dia 55mm ht 40mm horiz. Lgth (less clamping hardware)
Univega Sportour 63cm frame (fork included but is damaged beyond reasonable use/repair)

Pics of any of the above on request!

Here are my needs:

Frame/fork: frame (56-58 cm), fork (27"/700mm)
headset
stem
700mm or alloy 27" wheelset: front hub, rear hub, front rim, rear rim
27"/700C fender set
rear rack
handlebar bag

all this I'm looking for low-midrange level, nothing too fancy for a winter beater buildup
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Need a couple of parts to finish my sister's bike - '88 Peugeot Triathlon

Want/need:
1" threaded headset (original was Shimano 105)
6 spd Shimano 14-28 or similar cassette - appears to be Uniglide


Have:
Several Dia-compe non-aero levers
Sachs Aris 8 speed freewheel
scozim, I have a shimano 14-28 freewheel, lightly used (see pics). See my needs posted above.

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threadless stem
28.6 clamp FD
braze-on FD
alloy drop bar
other - please ask
robtown, I'm interested in the drop bar. Please see what I have to trade posted above.
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