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Business810 01-03-09 10:26 AM

Have:

Shimano FH-6500 32h rear hub - GONE
Tange black 1" threaded unicro
wn cromo 700c fork, 200mm steerer - GONE
NOS Araya Aero 2 polished, unmachined tubular rim, 32h
2 Super Champion Gentleman 700c rims, clincher, 36h - GONE
Selle Italia Flite with titanium rails - older style from the 90's, again well-worn but functional
1971 Triumph 3-speed - very heavy, so probably only of interest to any locals
Shimano Deore XT 32h hubset
Kalloy Laprade seatpost, 25.8x350mm
Thomson Elite seatpost, 26.8x410mm
2003 KHS Alite 500 MTB frame, 17" center-to-center, includes brand new replaceable derailleur hanger


Want:

Shimano Ultegra rear brake, BR-6500 or -6600
Brooks Pro, Swift, or Swallow, preferably in black
brown leather saddle - Brooks, Ideale, etc., not as picky about model
gum hoods for Shimano non-aero brake levers
MKS GR-9 pedals
FSA MegaExo cup wrench
SKS Raceblade fenders

Bikedued 01-03-09 08:23 PM

Have: Paypal Account......?

Want/Need: Shimano 600 long cage RD (1985ish) All silver/polished type, which still has the exposed chrome allen bolt head on the cage pivot, but with the smooth sculpted design. I have a short cage that I can try and convert, but it's on the SR Maxima and I don't want to break the group up.

This is a fairly rare derailleur in my experience so far. If it can't be found, I guess I will go all the way with 90's Deore XT, which I have a few pieces of. I have the correct FD, and friction 600 shifters. Just need a long cage RD....


Man, try saying "fairly rare derailleur" fast three times, lmao!

cudak888 01-03-09 10:48 PM

HAVE:
English-thread Dura-Ace 7800 BB. Also have a second which has some wear on the ceramics.

http://www.jaysmarine.com/DAbb1.jpg

http://www.jaysmarine.com/DAbb2.jpg


WANT:
Pretty flexible, but I do not want cash.

-Kurt

ultraman6970 01-03-09 11:00 PM

Looking for a set of down tube shifters, campy synchros, shimano dura ace 9 would work. New if possible.

What do you need? Have some track stuff, a new set of rollers, some road stuff.

THanks.

10speed 01-04-09 08:22 AM

anybody interested in an old late 50s ladies 3 speed ?

JohnDThompson 01-04-09 01:02 PM

I have NOS steel Tange unicrown MTB fork, 240mm steer tube, unpainted:

http://os2.dhs.org/~john/tange-mtb-fork.jpg

Stronglight 93 crankarms, 170mm, 9/16 x 20TPI:

http://os2.dhs.org/~john/stronglight93-arms.jpg

I want: Lyotard #23 "Marcel Berthet" pedals, 9/16 x 20TPI, Zeus chainrings 36T -50T.

PaPa 01-04-09 02:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by geekrunner (Post 8109612)
Needing for a '78 Fuji S10-S restoration:

Suntour V-GT rear derailleur
Suntour Compe-V front derailleur
OR
Suntour Cyclone F&R derailleur, late '70s vintage

geek

Will a '78 Superbe suffice? It's missing the hanger bolt, but otherwise nice. No front derailleur. I might have a the V-GT in pair, but need to do some digging to confirm.

jtarver 01-04-09 03:29 PM

JohnD, I think I have those pedals. I can't find 23 on them, but they have: Made in France and Berthet Lyotard on them. In pretty average shape, smooth, with dust caps present. Appears that the tabs may have been bent down, or that's just how they are. Do you have a photo I could use for comparison?

23skidoo 01-04-09 03:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JohnDThompson (Post 8122638)
I have NOS steel Tange unicrown MTB fork, 240mm steer tube, unpainted:

http://os2.dhs.org/~john/tange-mtb-fork.jpg

Stronglight 93 crankarms, 170mm, 9/16 x 20TPI:

http://os2.dhs.org/~john/stronglight93-arms.jpg

I want: Lyotard #23 "Marcel Berthet" pedals, 9/16 x 20TPI, Zeus chainrings 36T -50T.


:eek::eek: beautiful bike parts on a 9"x9" asphalt asbestos tile floor!! Be careful with that stuff if it gets broken up.

jtarver 01-04-09 04:06 PM

3 Attachment(s)
Okay, here they are, one is definitely bent a bit, otherwise pretty good, dustcaps could use a polishing, everything else just WD-40 and a toothbrush.

jan nikolajsen 01-04-09 07:40 PM

I'll try again to obtain two of these elusive barrel adjusters for Campy NR/SR brakes. A few months ago a NOS set went for something like $35 on Ebay.

See my for sale link below for potential trades; or the forbidden medium..

http://www.fivenineclimber.com/image...i/IMG_8479.jpg

retrofit 01-04-09 08:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jan nikolajsen (Post 8124522)
I'll try again to obtain two of these elusive barrel adjusters for Campy NR/SR brakes. A few months ago a NOS set went for something like $35 on Ebay.

See my for sale link below for potential trades; or the forbidden medium..

http://www.fivenineclimber.com/image...i/IMG_8479.jpg

Hi Jan

You can get all three adjuster components (post, nut, rubber) at Cafe de Velo for a total of $22.98 +shipping.


stan

JohnDThompson 01-04-09 08:11 PM

Heh...
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by 23skidoo (Post 8123259)
:eek::eek: beautiful bike parts on a 9"x9" asphalt asbestos tile floor!! Be careful with that stuff if it gets broken up.

Parts is parts:

http://os2.dhs.org/~john/parts.jpg

:)

geekrunner 01-04-09 08:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PaPa (Post 8123049)
Will a '78 Superbe suffice? It's missing the hanger bolt, but otherwise nice. No front derailleur. I might have a the V-GT in pair, but need to do some digging to confirm.

Thanks, but I found what I needed from another C&Ver!

geek

geekrunner 01-04-09 09:47 PM

Have:

Campy Victory 53/42 double crankset with Campy 109mm bottom bracket. Both in excellent condition.

Need:

Shimano Dura Ace EX 36 hole high flange freewheel hubs (looks like a six pointed sheriff's star).

geek

RobbieTunes 01-05-09 06:13 AM

Have:
31.8 New Campy Mirage double FD, black/silver
braze-on New Campy Mirage triple FD (Mirage T) silver
31.8 carbon-look clamp for braze-on FD
31.8 Felt clamp for braze-on FD
34.9 Shimano clamp for braze-on FD
Mint Cinelli 66-38 bar, no grooves
NOS white Shimano 105 hoods
31.8/44cm Eleven81 bar
31.8/42cm Forte Precision bar
120mm Cannondale 1"/1" threadless stem

Need:
28.6 clamp-on Campy double FD
Campy cable set for Ergos (2)
Grey brake cable housing
Grey shifter cable housing
Campy cassette lock ring (9-sp)
Campy 9-s cassette

Boosted01ss 01-05-09 09:51 AM

I am thinking about a new(er) bike... dont know yet.. what can i get for trade for my 72 Fuji Newest. This was one of the top end bikes back in the day... Ive put 700c sun rims (rear needs trued-small flat spot) , new bontrager tires (200miles), new cables, new cassette- now 14 speed bike, seat, wrap, nos cant remember brake handels, etc.. For the most part- the bike still has most of the original parts.. frame is very nice.. i was told the bike was for a 6'1-6'4 guy, im 5'11.. still ride it.. dont care.. i probably need a 54-56cm frame..

http://i287.photobucket.com/albums/l...andFuji053.jpg
http://i287.photobucket.com/albums/l...andFuji052.jpg
http://i287.photobucket.com/albums/l...andFuji051.jpg
http://i287.photobucket.com/albums/l...andFuji050.jpg
http://i287.photobucket.com/albums/l...andFuji049.jpg

USAZorro 01-05-09 09:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JohnDThompson (Post 8124728)

Welcome John!

If you guys find a late 70's, early 80's Trek with "Z" on the chainstay bridge - it's quite possible this guy built your frame.

pacifico 01-05-09 02:03 PM

Need a Dura Ace 27.2 alloy seatpost, SP-7410 (I think.) The aero style, not the Easton alloy style. Thanks.

miamijim 01-05-09 02:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pacifico (Post 8128534)
Need a Dura Ace 27.2 alloy seatpost, SP-7410 (I think.) The aero style, not the Easton alloy style. Thanks.

Is that the one with the little adjusting screw in front?

lotek 01-05-09 03:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by USAZorro (Post 8127151)
Welcome John!

If you guys find a late 70's, early 80's Trek with "Z" on the chainstay bridge - it's quite possible this guy built your frame.

John built my Trek 770, and if I recall correctly built the Trek 170's.

and yes, Welcome John!

Marty

pacifico 01-05-09 04:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by miamijim (Post 8128819)
Is that the one with the little adjusting screw in front?

Yep.

edit: Like this one, but not sold already.

Muttleyone 01-05-09 04:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lotek (Post 8129200)
John built my Trek 770, and if I recall correctly built the Trek 170's.

and yes, Welcome John!

Marty

Trek 170....Drrrooolllll. One of my dream bikes.

Mutt

bw286 01-05-09 06:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bw286 (Post 8130209)

..

JohnDThompson 01-05-09 07:09 PM

Trek
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by lotek (Post 8129200)
John built my Trek 770, and if I recall correctly built the Trek 170's.

and yes, Welcome John!

Marty

Thanks...

I didn't build all the 170s, there were 3 of us working together building them. But they are/were darn nice bikes. I was talking to Kelly Gamble last year (one of the other 170 brazers; hadn't seen him in years) and he told me he still has a new, unbuilt 170 frame in a box at home!


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