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    Quote Originally Posted by JRT View Post
    I have a crankset (Stronglight 99) with 14mm Metric (a/k/a French) thread.

    I would like to find some nice French (Mavic,Maillard,Atom,Lyotard,etc.) road pedals.

    Lyotard 65 or 82 would be nice. Some of the Lyotard 45 series would be OK as would some of the Maillard/Atom 700 are nice (specifically the Maillard 700 on VeloBase).

    I really don't want the black anodized type.

    I have a Motobecane and most of the parts are French so I would like to find French pedals too.
    They're Spanish, not French but I have some well-used Zeus road pedals with 14 X 1.25M threading:





    Steel cages and alloy bodies, and uber-cool strap loops! Not much to look at, but then again I wouldn't expect much in return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
    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
    If you find some non-aero Gran Compe hoods I'll be happy to take them...

    I may have a couple of tubulars that would work for you, I'll check when I get home..
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    Are the 252's for Gran Compe aero? If so, I'd really like yellow.
    The search for inner peace continues...

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    Quote Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
    Are the 252's for Gran Compe aero? If so, I'd really like yellow.
    Yes, "For AGC250" means Aero Gran Compe part #250 (the lever) I also have a pair so I know they really exist but I'm not sure how common they are. A cursory search makes it seem like yellow jersey might have them, even if their prices were more reasonable I find their website too atrocious to navigate.
    If wanting fair bike prices makes me a leftist I don't wanna be right.

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    I have:
    Thomson Elite 26.8mm x 330mm silver aluminum seat post that looks new.

    1989 Campagnolo Chorus CO10-SM rear derailleur looks very good has a few scratches but functions flawlessly --- white pulleys.

    Ultegra 6500 Front Derailleur with 26.8 mm clamp less than 50 miles on it.


    Bell Solar Helmet size L yellow and silver, new.




    I really need 28.6 braze on adapter---silver.
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    Want:

    Truvativ Bottom Bracket Adapter
    .833 in quill stem---100-120mm
    27x1 1/4 inch alloy wheel set
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    700c alloy/aluminum wheelset

    and....ONE MILLION DOLLARS...

    Have...well pm me with requests

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclotoine View Post
    What era of gran compe? There are at least a couple hood types I am aware of. I have a nice set of black hoods from the 1980s non-aero version....

    well why don't I just get to the point and post a photo....type 204.7

    suitable for type 204 levers... i.e. any on this page:

    but I believe they are a good fit for type 200 as well as I have tried them in the past...which includes nuovo gran compe not shown on that page.
    Really an instructive response Cyclotaine; I'd be willing to take them off your hands for cash or search my parts bin for something you might be seeking. I couldn't find an exact match for the Gran Compe levers I have on my Nishiki Olympic 12 and my Centurion Turbo; the levers are pretty much identical but the set on the Nishiki have got a slotted barrel that comes out the top and houses a cable tension adjuster while the set on the Turbo just have the more common loose reducing ferrule. In the photos below you can see the black Dia Compe hoods are a pretty good fit on the Turbo, while the newer and clearly lower quality Cane Creek tan hoods on the Nishiki are a poor fit.





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    Quote Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
    Have:

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

    Want:

    a tubular tire in good shape
    I had to check my wheel and tire pile. I have a pair of Wolber Invulnerables that have never been installed but I've stretched them out and put them on rims with no glue or tape. However, when I removed these from the package last summer each of the tires had a small crack in the tread that ran from side to side right at one of the inner folds in the package where neither seller nor buyer could see until the tire was actually removed. If you think you could use them, we can work something out. I thought about trying to fill/patch them with latex sidewall restorative but haven't messed with them yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by purevl View Post
    Yes, "For AGC250" means Aero Gran Compe part #250 (the lever) I also have a pair so I know they really exist but I'm not sure how common they are. A cursory search makes it seem like yellow jersey might have them, even if their prices were more reasonable I find their website too atrocious to navigate.
    Looks like "not". Their website is more than I'm willing to endure also under normal circumstances. Looks like even if they did have them, they'd want $60.00 for a pair. Ouch!

    23skidoo - how old are those tires, and how severe is that discontinuity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
    Looks like "not". Their website is more than I'm willing to endure also under normal circumstances. Looks like even if they did have them, they'd want $60.00 for a pair. Ouch!

    23skidoo - how old are those tires, and how severe is that discontinuity?
    No idea on the age of the tires, but they were in the factory plastic when I bought them last summer. As for the discontinuity--I love them big words like that--I'd say it goes completely from side to side with a series of smaller, shallower discontinuities along side and probably to a few millimeters in depth maybe right down to the threads. I'm getting ready to head out to my pt job now but could snap a couple of pix later and let you be the judge if you're still interested. Other than the crevasses, the tires are still supple and in nice condition.

    yellowjersey does have an absolutely horrible website--according to a friend it's an accurate mirror of the shop--but you can't beat their 3 for $50 price for brand new tubbies and they are great tires, I run several sets.
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    Looking for a steel touring bike with a 62cm seat tube + and 59cm+ top tube. I only need frame/fork, but would consider a complete bike as well. Needs to be able to take 700c wheels, canti mounts, and full rack/fender mounts as well. Also, needs to have semi-horizontal dropouts. I have a build in mind and finding the frame/fork will be the toughest part.

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    I'm a complete scatterbrain (well not entirely)

    Have:

    (Trade pending) Cinelli silver 1-R stem, 115 mm, good condition, some light scratches, but am pretty certain almost all would polish out.

    Cinelli Campion del mundo handlebars, 66-40 - have some pretty severe scratches on the left portion of the collar, but otherwise very nice - no grooves for cabling.

    Want:

    Black alloy handlebars, 26.4 diameter, single groove, from 38-42 width would work nicely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclotoine View Post
    I'm pretty sure I have a NOS pair of 204.7/P if anyone is interested.
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    fixie=not a word

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23skidoo View Post
    In the photos below you can see the black Dia Compe hoods are a pretty good fit on the Turbo, while the newer and clearly lower quality Cane Creek tan hoods on the Nishiki are a poor fit.
    (emphasis added by me) I'm surprised to hear that you think the Cane Creek hoods are lower quality, my experience was exactly the opposite. The last couple sets of generic Dia-Compe replacements I got before the switch to Cane Creek were pretty crummy. However, I was quite pleased with the Cane Creek replacements, the rubber is much more substantial and less tacky and it doesn't have that stupid punch-out for suicide levers that seems to tear half the time.
    I'm fairly certain that the Cane Creeks are made on the 165 pattern for the common Dia-Compe levers that were found on millions of bikes. Note that the Gran Compe specific hoods have slightly "shorter" bodies. They also aren't designed for the adjuster barrels like the GC hoods, but that problem can be remedied with a razor blade and should help the overall fit substantially.

    Quote Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
    Looks like "not". Their website is more than I'm willing to endure also under normal circumstances. Looks like even if they did have them, they'd want $60.00 for a pair. Ouch!
    Too bad, good luck in your search!
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    Quote Originally Posted by purevl View Post
    (emphasis added by me) I'm surprised to hear that you think the Cane Creek hoods are lower quality, my experience was exactly the opposite. The last couple sets of generic Dia-Compe replacements I got before the switch to Cane Creek were pretty crummy. However, I was quite pleased with the Cane Creek replacements, the rubber is much more substantial and less tacky and it doesn't have that stupid punch-out for suicide levers that seems to tear half the time.
    I've installed at least half a dozen sets of Cane Creek hoods and it is precisely that more substantial rubber that lowers the quality IMHO; if you look at the photos of the Cane Creek hoods I posted you will see a split where the hood meets the bar and this has happened to some extent on every single hood when attempting to roll the hood back on itself enough to properly seat the small piece of bar wrap under the hood which covers the bar clamp. It's a cheaper, lower-grade of rubber with very limited suppleness and flexibility. We certainly agree on the punch-out for suicide levers though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 23skidoo View Post
    I've installed at least half a dozen sets of Cane Creek hoods and it is precisely that more substantial rubber that lowers the quality IMHO; if you look at the photos of the Cane Creek hoods I posted you will see a split where the hood meets the bar and this has happened to some extent on every single hood when attempting to roll the hood back on itself enough to properly seat the small piece of bar wrap under the hood which covers the bar clamp. It's a cheaper, lower-grade of rubber with very limited suppleness and flexibility. We certainly agree on the punch-out for suicide levers though.
    They definitely are more rigid when compared to the older DC hoods, but I find them to be about the same as any modern hood, probably because Tektro manufactures practically everything. The truth is that any hood, regardless of the quality is delicate in this sense. I've never had one split on me, even when I've had to roll them quite far. There are a few things that I find help:
    Warm the hoods by soaking in hot (not too hot) water to soften them up.
    Go SLOWLY
    Flip a minimal amount of the hood over and then pull it back on itself, rather than trying to flip a lot of it over at once. In other words try to roll the edge and peel it straight back on itself as opposed to sticking your finger under it and inverting it. I'm not sure if you'll understand what I mean exactly, but if you can visualize it you'll see that doing it this way minimizes the amount the very outside edge must stretch through.
    I'm sure it shortens the life of the rubber somewhat but you can use rubbing alcohol to help slide the hood around on the lever body.
    Most importantly: Be Lucky
    Replacing hoods is always a stressful job for me Good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclotoine View Post
    ...Ultimately, on my vintage restoration piece type rides I use cotton tape an then there is no need to peel the tape back because the prefferred method is to position the levers and then remove them when you get close with the tape and wrap around the clamp. When I am done wrapping I reinstall the lever. It's clean and it allows you to remove the levers without affecting the tape! I start doing this when I was working on my gazelle and waiting for my reproduction campy world logo hoods (worth every penny BTW even if I would actually prefer the rubber to be more rigid).
    +1 This is the only way I wrap my bars after seeing it demo'ed on Ray Dobbin's site.


    cyclotoine, where did you order your reproduction campy hoods?

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    ISO: short quill stem. Did they make a 60, 70 or 80mm? I am trying to fit int a bike that has a longer TT than I usually ride. A slight ride would be and added benefit.



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    Quote Originally Posted by guygadois View Post
    ISO: short quill stem. Did they make a 60, 70 or 80mm? I am trying to fit int a bike that has a longer TT than I usually ride. A slight ride would be and added benefit.



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    Yes, there are some even shorter. I've got a 70mm on one of my bikes, a couple of 80's, all Cinelli.
    I find older quills even shorter are easily available. The Cinelli's are harder to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guygadois View Post
    ISO: short quill stem. Did they make a 60, 70 or 80mm? I am trying to fit int a bike that has a longer TT than I usually ride.
    -GG-
    Nitto makes quill stems with very short reaches. They are readily available. Search or eBay or google, or just check your LBS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purevl View Post
    ....and it doesn't have that stupid punch-out for suicide levers that seems to tear half the time.

    I'm fairly certain that the Cane Creeks are made on the 165 pattern for the common Dia-Compe levers that were found on millions of bikes.
    Thanks! You just answered a basic question that I had - 165 (not shown in the 1986 catalog) is probably the lever that I have on my Fuji & Motobecane. The other question I had was whether rubber hoods could be used with safety levers, and it seems that yes, there would be sufficient clearance on the side.

    Edit: wait, I'm starting to get it.... The 165 is a 144 base with the substitution of the longer pivot post to accept the accessory safety/suicide lever.
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    Have a 12-23 Campy cluster on an 8 speed freehub. It's my get-around bike and a little too racey for me. If anyone has a looser cluster or some lower-geared cogs - I'm looking to trade or buy.
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    have: suntour cyclone 7000 nos rear derailleur mounted and removed.
    want: shimano 105 or 600 7 speed shift levers

    or that thing we all want....

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    Looking for a Campy Shamal 12-HPW (12 spokes) front wheel, 700c, clincher, in nice shape. I only need the front wheel, but will consider a pair (12s or 16s) if that's what you have. Thanks.

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    ISO/WTB/Trade: 9-sp Campy lockring for 12t outer cog. DONE $13.87 PBK free shipping.

    Have:
    New Campy Mirage 9-s double FD 31.8
    New Campy Mirage 9-sp triple FD braze-on

    Need:
    DA triple FD 28.6 clamp or braze-on, I'll find a clamp.
    Prefer the clamp.
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