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    Rustbelt Rider mkeller234's Avatar
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    I am looking for a early 90's Trek headbadge, Ebay yielded nothing. My bike is a 91, and it would be nice to have the same style, but I would even consider newer or older styles.

    I have some misc. parts available for trade, or cash.

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    Want:
    27x1 1/4 Alloy Wheels
    Front and Rear Derailleurs-Alloy and Preferably Suntour
    Bar End Shifters, friction for use with 10 speed bike-Preferably Suntour

    Have:
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    Bunch of random stuff-pm me for what you want...

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    Want: (for the Davidson in my sig)
    Dura Ace 74xx series Brake Calipers
    Dura Ace 74xx series/600 pedals
    White/Gold Rolls

    Clamp for Cinelli 1R stem.

    Here's a 1R:


    Heres the part I'm looking for:


    Have: (updated)
    44t 144bcd Sugino Aero Mighty Chainring,
    285mm (i think. i can remeasure) Sapim Race Spokes (32)
    FSA SLK Carbon Seatpost 27.2
    NOS White Industries Hub laced to Open Pro Radially with DB Sapim Race Spokes
    Record Hubs laced to Nisi Tubular Rims. Some rust on eyelets, hubs need new grease, but are in good shape.
    Campagnolo Triomphe Double w/chainrings. great condition.
    Campagnolo Nuovo Record Rear Der with damaged cage. Otherwise good condition.
    NOS/NIB Campagnolo Valentino Front Der and Shifters (with mount)
    Drilled Modolo Levers, non-aero. Very pretty, great shape. black.

    Possibly:
    9spd 105 double crank. Used, like new. Black
    9spd 105 brake calipers. Used, like new. Black
    9spd 105 STI Shifters. Used, a couple blemishes. Work well. Black.
    9spd Ultegra F and R ders. Long Cage/Triple.
    Rolls, black with non-slip embroidering. Gold Rails.
    Black Cinelli 1A stem, 100mm ish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metalchef87 View Post
    Want:
    27x1 1/4 Alloy Wheels
    Front and Rear Derailleurs-Alloy and Preferably Suntour
    Bar End Shifters, friction for use with 10 speed bike-Preferably Suntour

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    Bunch of random stuff-pm me for what you want...
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    want:
    mavic brake levers. Aero, non aero, what do you have?
    Campy non aero levers might work for me too.

    have:
    -early dia compe gran compe aero levers, no hoods
    -simplex retro friction gold anodized dt shifters
    - try me, I might have something else you need.
    Mmmm, bicycles.

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    Front wheel, 700c, black matrix rim (appears to be lightly used) on French 36h hub. (Maillard, I think.) It has been sitting outside for a while (someone else's fault). The nipples are showing significant sign of rust and I would recommend that the spokes be replaced. Other than that, the hub and rim seem quite salvageable.

    WANT:
    Someone in the Boston area with wheel building experience to lace together my Shimano 600 rear hub onto my Sun M13II rim. I am using used spokes in pretty good condition. This is for my beater bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDThompson View Post
    I have Avocet/Ofmega 175mm crank arms (144mm BCD); drilled for triple rings:



    I need similar quality/condition crank arms in 165mm, Zeus chainrings 36T - 50T, 144mm BCD chainrings 43T or 47T. TA 5-pin outer chainrings 42T - 50T. TA 5-pin crankarms 165-170mm.
    I'm not sure they're drilled for triples. It looks more like drilled for appearance. Wouldn't a triple mount involved the back of the crank arm, and involve the middle ring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmoneygetpaid View Post
    Trying to sell my Ciocc. This is the bike I almost got scammed on trying to sell on Chicago CL. 56cm seat tube, 55cm top tube. I would trade for a similar bike 58-60cm, sell outright, or do a partial trade for a steel bike of the latter size with good tubing. I would sell/ trade for the frame and fork, with the Shimano STX headset and Campagnolo Centaur BB that's are installed. Both were new when I installed them. I've ridden the bike about 20 miles since. If you want a full listing of the parts on the build, send a PM.









    Also have these pedals, I think they're Campagnolo Victory, with the Cinelli Gran Cidismo toe straps and Campagnolo clips, size Medium-Large.



    And I have some MKS AR-8 pedals with MKS clips and straps, size LL, that came off a Bridgestone RB-2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclotoine View Post
    1. Yes, but with the right size spacer and bolt you could screw into those holes.
    2. No, why should it?

    I wouldn't be a bit surprised if it is drilled for different BCDs for more options... but you could be right also, my first instinct was cosmetic... but it's no different than an old record triple.
    I'm just trying to figure it, visualize how it would work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
    I'm not sure they're drilled for triples. It looks more like drilled for appearance. Wouldn't a triple mount involved the back of the crank arm, and involve the middle ring?
    Nope, it's drilled and tapped (at the factory) for triple rings in either of two different BCDs 102mm (outer holes) or 74mm (inner holes). The rings are attached using special stand-off bolts. I have one of these (170mm arms) on my commuter bike:




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    I watched breaking away today for the 48th time. I now want to build a replica of the Little 500 AMF Roadmaster. I have done a google search and not found much information. Does anyone have a 70's vintage Roadmaster they'd like to sell or trade.(I never thought I'd hear myself say that).
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    Quote Originally Posted by slushlover2 View Post
    I watched breaking away today for the 48th time. I now want to build a replica of the Little 500 AMF Roadmaster. I have done a google search and not found much information. Does anyone have a 70's vintage Roadmaster they'd like to sell or trade.(I never thought I'd hear myself say that).
    Are you going to move to Indiana too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
    Are you going to move to Indiana too?
    Damn cutters anyhow...

    My cousin has 300 acres just outside of Bloomington that's squeezed in by a couple of big quarries but you could pitch a tent...
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    Looking for a 26.6mm seatpost for a Cilo. Not picky.

    Have: some dollars, a stem or two, a funky set of ACG breaks and some other random stuff.
    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDThompson View Post
    Nope, it's drilled and tapped (at the factory) for triple rings in either of two different BCDs 102mm (outer holes) or 74mm (inner holes). The rings are attached using special stand-off bolts. I have one of these (170mm arms) on my commuter bike:



    That's very cool. I have an Ofmega crank I'd love to go triple with, a Mistral, but drilling it would ruin the appearance. I've seen some conversions to triple that use a middle ring that has extensions in towards the spindle to hold a small ring, but I've never seen that setup. I would think there's a lot of sheer stress on those standoff bolts, but it's obviously working. Thanks so much for the heads-up.

    By the way, on the Trek front. Aren't a couple of those original guys making canoes?

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    Have:
    Shimano RX100 (BR-A550) front brake caliper
    Shimano 105 (BR-1055) front brake caliper
    NOS Pink Dia Comp brake hoods - non aero, still in package
    Black 1" threadless Aheadset
    120mm 1 1/8" adjustable Dimension stem
    120mm 3T quill stem
    40t 110 bcd chainring
    NOS nylon straps
    1 small Christophe chrome toe clip
    Replacement track axle

    Take offs from Windsor Hour:
    Stock front wheel
    Black 170 Truvativ Touro cranks & BB
    Black 27.2 seatpost
    16t 3/32 cog
    Lock ring
    Quando flip flop hub - stripped fixed side, never used freewheel side

    Want:
    165-170 track/singlespeed or square taper road cranks
    Dual pivot brakeset or rear brake caliper
    Aero brake levers (preferably with white hoods)
    Pinup for Cinelli Alter (120mm)
    White brake housing
    ACS Claws (or similar) freewheel
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    Old fart JohnDThompson's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
    That's very cool. I have an Ofmega crank I'd love to go triple with, a Mistral, but drilling it would ruin the appearance. I've seen some conversions to triple that use a middle ring that has extensions in towards the spindle to hold a small ring, but I've never seen that setup. I would think there's a lot of sheer stress on those standoff bolts, but it's obviously working. Thanks so much for the heads-up.
    You're right, the "Mistral" is too cool to drill. IIRC, there are some adapter rings that allow a smaller ring to mount on 144mm BCD crank but I don't remember who mkes them.

    Mistral crank, for those not familiar with it:

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    Want:

    Truvativ Bottom Bracket Adapter

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndthompson View Post
    you're right, the "mistral" is too cool to drill. Iirc, there are some adapter rings that allow a smaller ring to mount on 144mm bcd crank but i don't remember who mkes them.

    Mistral crank, for those not familiar with it:

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    Have: early 90's record levers. Mild rash in a couple spots and some oxidation on return springs. Hoods...well they are there, not so good.

    Need- Dura Ace BL-7402 levers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDThompson View Post
    You're right, the "Mistral" is too cool to drill. IIRC, there are some adapter rings that allow a smaller ring to mount on 144mm BCD crank but I don't remember who mkes them.

    Mistral crank, for those not familiar with it:
    Yep, that's the pretty one.
    Pastorbob sent me the link to the tripilizer, just haven't gotten that far into it.

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    Señor Member USAZorro's Avatar
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    Have:

    New 27" x 1-1/4" Panaracer Pasela Tourguard folding tire with Kevlar.

    Want:

    New, or excellent aero brake hoods to fit Grand Compe brakes (did they make these pups in anything besides gum?)

    or

    a tubular tire in good shape

    or

    three new tubes (to fit 26" x 1-3/8 w/schrader)

    or

    two sets of rim strips to fit 26" x 1-3/8"
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    Senior Member raverson's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post

    Want:

    New, or excellent brake hoods to fit Grand Compe brakes (did they make these pups in anything besides gum?)
    If you are looking for hoods for early 80's style levers, the standard DiaCompe hoods fit well. You just have to wiggle carefully to get them past those huge adjusters. Not quite as soft and gummy as the originals, but much easier to find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
    Want:

    New, or excellent brake hoods to fit Grand Compe brakes (did they make these pups in anything besides gum?)

    John, if you're interested in those Dia-Compe levers I have let me know and I'll send them your way. I think they are NOS, but may not be what you're looking for... I'm not sure they are Grand Compe.

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    Señor Member USAZorro's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by raverson View Post
    If you are looking for hoods for early 80's style levers, the standard DiaCompe hoods fit well. You just have to wiggle carefully to get them past those huge adjusters. Not quite as soft and gummy as the originals, but much easier to find.
    Should have mentioned - these are aero levers.
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