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Old 01-23-10, 03:13 PM   #2801
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Hi Everyone, I'm trying to put a early 70's Raleigh Gran Prix back together for the spring and need the following: Rear Simplex Derailleur and Simplex Shifters. I thought I'd ask here before I take a chance on Ebay! Thanks for any help!
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Old 01-23-10, 05:17 PM   #2802
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I haven't received them yet and the pics are terrible, but I believe they are DiaCompe levers without hoods. May come with oridinal NOS cables too. Are you looking for something like that?
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Old 01-24-10, 11:26 AM   #2803
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ISO - DA 7400 DT shifters w/the concave washer on the frame side. I could also use just the washers if anyone has some collecting dust somewhere within reach.
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Old 01-24-10, 11:41 AM   #2804
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ISO:
3 speed or single speed 32 hole rear hub with coaster brake. Or even 36 hole.
36 hole clincher rim in 26" or even 700c

Even better is a beach cruiser style rear wheel 26" with coaster brake and a narrow rim.

Have: various items, what are you looking for?
Are you trying to convert a 3-speed to single speed? Does a 1.75" rim work? JUST FYI, none to spare. And wouldn't 700c work better on a 27"?

I rebuilt a 3-speed internal hub late 60s-early 70s ladies Hawthorne as a 1.75" single speed/coaster brake but the frame was fairly universal and came in that form as both a Hawthorne AND Rollfast Aerolight. Always try a wheel as a test before you jump into a creek. If you find a hub with the same number of holes etc you can lace your own no matter the width.
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Old 01-24-10, 01:19 PM   #2805
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Have: 3x 'Dura-Ace' top tube cable clamps. (and other items)
Want: 3x Campagnolo top tube cable clamps.

Also ISO:

Campagnolo Nuovo Record brake levers w/ good hoods (possible trade for Universal Super 68 brakes & levers)

Campagnolo bar-end shifters w/ downtube stop clamp. and/or SunTour bar-end shifters w/ downtube cable stop clamp.
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Old 01-24-10, 04:03 PM   #2806
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Still ISO a Brooks saddle. B17 narrow, but standard or anything like it will do.

Still have the Specialized road shoes. Don't make me go to fleebay!
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Old 01-24-10, 04:06 PM   #2807
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-Suntour Cyclone M-II, Cyclone 7000 or Superbe front derailer, 28.6 clamp - ACQUIRED
-SR Apex drive side crank arm, 170
-Complete set of Suntour downtube shifters, not picky on model - ACQUIRED
-Tubular tires
-Wald front basket, preferably #139
-Fenders that will accomodate 27x1 1/4 tires
-Shimano A520 pedals

Have:
-1979-ish Ranson frameset, mediocre condition (58cm seat tube, 56cm top tube, full Reynolds 531, Gipiemme dropouts, Shimano 600 Arabesque headset - photos here) - GONE
-Shimano 600 Arabesque group (52/42 crankset, front and rear derailers, clamp on downtube shifters, brakes, levers - photos here)
-Shimano 600 hub set, 36 hole, Uniglide with 13-26 6 speed cassette - photos here
-Wrights W3.N leather saddle - photos here - GONE
-Dia Compe white aero brake levers with white hoods
-Sakae triple cranks
-Suntour Cyclone M-II front derailer, 31.8 clamp
-1971 Triumph 3-speed, complete and original
-3TTT Competizione bars and stem - photos here
-Clamp-on aerobars
-Kalloy 25.8 seatpost

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Old 01-24-10, 05:13 PM   #2808
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An Intel Core 2 Duo processor, must be 1066 FSB/2.0ghz or faster, Socket 775

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Campy. Lots of it.

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Old 01-25-10, 04:10 PM   #2809
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Have:

62 cm 1970s lugged Claud Butler frame made of Reynolds 531 with a Kinesis Carbon fork

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/wst/bik/1576682001.html

WANT:
High quality 700C touring wheelset, Brooks Saddle in good condition(especially titanium versions), NOS vintage Italian Racing Saddle, Tubus or Nitto front or rear racks, carradice bagman sport saddlebag support, high end lights....

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Old 01-25-10, 09:11 PM   #2810
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ISO - DA 7400 DT shifters w/the concave washer on the frame side. I could also use just the washers if anyone has some collecting dust somewhere within reach.
I've mostly likely got these...will have to check the catacombs of my house tomorrow.

Do you have anything interesting to trade?
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Old 01-25-10, 09:17 PM   #2811
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Wanted for my 1949 Columbia Sports Tourist

-Sprung saddle in usable condition that attaches to the 5/8" post. Mesinger, Troxel, ect. It has a hairpin saddle on it now with a horribly shrunken leather cover, and I would like to find a similar replacement

-Columbia head badge in nice shape. Slightly weathered ok. Vertical holes, +/- 2 1/8" apart

-Schwinn 26" coaster brake wheelset in nice shape. If someone wanted the rough looking iso599 wheelset with tires (still hold air and no terminal cracks) we could work out a trade. Rear spacing on my frame is 115mm...haven't checked the front yet.
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Old 01-25-10, 09:44 PM   #2812
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I'm looking for left crank arms for either of these cranks.

Sugino VP 175



Shimano STX FC-MC34 175

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Old 01-26-10, 01:16 PM   #2813
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For trade - a couple of decent quality but cosmetically challenged big frames. The Belgian made Superia is a 58cm, and the Carlton made Raleigh SC is 62cm. Both have finish issues, but are structurally sound. Caveat - the Raleigh has an issue with the RD mounting hole on the RD hanger. A RD mounts and snugs up just fine, but the hole appears a bit munged up and out of round. Maybe crash damage? Dunno, but like I said, a RD mounts up ok.

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Both have forged rear drop outs, and the Raleigh is straight gauge 531. Not sure about the Superia, but it is CroMoly.

Wanted - buildable small frame sets, 52cm or smaller. OR.... offer me something interesting!

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Superia:
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Old 01-26-10, 07:43 PM   #2814
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Sakae SA Crankset 42-52 170mm - missing 1 dustcap
Suntour Cyclone FD & RD
Royal Compe Brakes
SR Seatpost 26.8
1983 Raleigh USA Super Course 531 Frameset - 60cm - Includes Tange headset & BB
Tiagra-Hubbed Aurora Matrix Wheelset w/ 9 speed cassette

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Suntour BL FD & RD
26" Rear 3spd SA Schwinn wheel
Exage Mountain 3X6 Shifter/Brake Levers
Nice 3X6 Friction Thumb Shifters
MTB Pedals
Newish 6 speed freewheel
Shimano FFS rear friction freewheel
1/2 clips for Sakae pedals
MTB Handlebar Ends
MTB Saddle
New 5/6 Speed Chains
Nice 700c Road Thread-On Wheelset
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Old 01-26-10, 08:44 PM   #2815
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WANT! A rear Modolo brake caliper to match the one pictured.

Have: 3T bars with cable routing "flutes." - 3T Merckx bars with cable routing holes, - Deda Elementi Pista track bars, we can work something out.





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Old 01-27-10, 04:38 AM   #2816
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This is my first time posting in this forum, so heres hoping that i will be able to find what im seeking.

I am in search of the following :
1" Carbon fork (threadless or threaded)
1" Matching headset (dependant on the fork or vice versa)
Campagnolo ergo shifters. 8 speed, 9 speed, whatever. i just want to see for myself what all the hype is about!
Aircraft remover (!)

these are mainly what i need to seek first
I will later need to locate:
f/r 8-10 speed derailers
f/r brake
seatpost
saddle
yadda yadda and so on

anyway pm if you have anything thanks!

I also have this stuff in my possession that im looking to get rid of...
http://toronto.en.craigslist.ca/tor/bik/1570235712.html
http://toronto.en.craigslist.ca/tor/bik/1570200411.html

and a bunch of other stuff!
Please dont hate me for storing my bikes upside down with the wheels all over in a mess (but it is winter after all). LOL


but msg me if you have anything! peace
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I have a 180mm C-Record crankset in very good shape, and would like to trade it for a smaller set, ideally 172.5mm. Complete set or just arms. Also, I would like to trade English C-Record BB for an Italian one.
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Old 01-27-10, 06:48 PM   #2818
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Have...

Front wheel...nuovo record hub laced to a tubular wolber super champion rim. 32 hole.
Athena brake levers...a bit banged up
980 front der.
athena front derailleur

Want -

NR british headset
8sp sti dura ace brifters
7400 series dura ace italian BB
7400 series dura ace british headset
7400 series dura ace seat post (preferably fluted)
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Old 01-27-10, 08:03 PM   #2819
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7400 series dura ace seat post (preferably fluted)

good luck with that one

these are harder to find (and about the same price as: read: the equivelent of a full 531 frameset -in a rideable size) than a Campy SR seatpost
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Old 01-27-10, 10:06 PM   #2820
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good luck with that one

these are harder to find (and about the same price as: read: the equivelent of a full 531 frameset -in a rideable size) than a Campy SR seatpost
If one is patient, they can be had for reasonable prices and in very nice condition. I have two that I paid $30 and $55.
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good luck with that one

these are harder to find (and about the same price as: read: the equivelent of a full 531 frameset -in a rideable size) than a Campy SR seatpost
+1 on CV-6's comment above. I lurk for the ones in poor condition and take them to my friendly local polishing gnome who buffs them out to shining glory for $10. I can pick up shabby examples on eBay for $10-25.
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Have:
Stronglight 93 165mm right arm:


Shimano 600 seatpost, 27.2mm:



Want:
Stronglight 93 165mm *LEFT* arm.
TA 5-pin 165mm right arm.
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Old 01-28-10, 09:15 PM   #2823
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Need an 8-speed hyperglide compatible rear hub - 36 hole. Preferably Dura Ace to go with the 8 speed DA group I have, but will consider others.
Dura Ace 8-speed era Look pedals

Have - Shimano 600 tricolor bits (crank, FD, brakes)
Campy Chorus aero seatpost
Shimano 600 brake calipers and FD (clamp on)
Campy Nuovo/Super Record clamp on FD
Dura Ace stem (100 mm)

Thanks in advance. These are the last pieces I need to complete what I think is my holy grail bike!!!
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Old 01-29-10, 12:18 PM   #2824
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Searching fruitlessly for:

8mm diameter axle rear hub. It can be a Sturmey, single speed, fixed, old, new, I don't care, just as long as it's 114mm compatable.

In a perfect world it would come complete with a 20" wheel off a Raleigh Twenty/Folder.

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Old 01-29-10, 12:39 PM   #2825
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In a perfect world it would come complete with a 16" wheel off a Raleigh Twenty/Folder.
Uh, Raleigh Twenty came with 20" wheels (hence the name). To confuse the issue, they came with either 20 x 1 3/8" or 20 x 1.75" which are not the same size at all. I have a rather terrible 20 x 1 3/8" wheel off one of those, with a 28H AW hub; pm if interested.
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