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Old 06-20-10, 08:59 AM   #3751
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They are Mavic pedals. Lucky because they are high quality or what?

Actually owned a pair right when they came out, and they were nice, I seem to remember. The ones here came on my recent Colin Laing double acquisition.
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Old 06-20-10, 09:01 AM   #3752
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yes, IMHO they are extremely nice and hard to find, too (that's where the luck comes in).
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sounds like you need a torque wrench and nitto's torque specs for that bolt.
All is well. It WAS the stupid wedge after all. I got another wedge from another stem, ran the bolt through, and with only a little resistance, it spun through and repaired the threads on the bolt. I installed the wedge and bolt onto the stem, and it tightened normally. The difference in the threads was night and day on the two wedges. The one that was on it, wobbled loosely. The one I put on, had not even a hint of movement. My theory is that the threads were so large on on the wedge, that it pulled the very tops of the bolt threads off, leaving the majority of them intact. Once I ran the bolt through the "new" wedge, there was no perceptible difference in diameter. As tight as I was able to get it, I am confident it will hold. The original wedge goes out with the trash tomorrow morning.,,,,BD
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Have: 56cm '83 Specialized Expedition (56 x 55.5 ctc) in very good condition. Components are completely stripped and a little dirty, but show very little wear (will offer specific details if interested).

Want: My interest, in order of priority:

19” (or large) hardtail MTB with front suspension
complete modern road bike in ~56cm with a triple crank.
high end vintage frames or complete bikes in 58-60cm

May consider other interesting trade offers.

EDIT: FRAME IS SOLD!

Anyone? jebensch offered me a Suntour Blaze RD for it. Can anyone top that before I'm forced to accept?

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Old 06-20-10, 09:35 PM   #3755
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Umm, the Blaze RD plus some Blaze dt shifters
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I'll raise you one Blaze crankset
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Old 06-20-10, 10:21 PM   #3757
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Anyone? jebensch offered me a Suntour Blaze RD for it. Can anyone top that before I'm forced to accept?

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I've got a Trek MTB 19" front susp etc.... Also have a Shimano Eagle RD
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@ Rob: PM sent

@others: offer me the Cinelli or De Rosa frame the Blaze components are hanging on and we might have a deal!
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How about a Campagnolo Rally?

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ISO: Campagnolo Monoplaner cone-shaped locknut.

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How about a Campagnolo Rally?
I do need a weapon to fend off all these dogs that have been chasing me recently...
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ISO: Shimano 600 Tri-color 170mm Crank

Ugh, don't make me buy the $70 NOS one on ebay, this is going on a daily rider.
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Old 06-21-10, 01:32 PM   #3763
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ISO: Shimano 600 Tri-color 170mm Crank

Ugh, don't make me buy the $70 NOS one on ebay, this is going on a daily rider.
Click the link below and PM me if your interested.

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Old 06-21-10, 02:02 PM   #3764
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ISO - Missing or corroded Campy brake hardware as shown in this photo:



So, I guess what that means is a good adjuster would be nice, but the quick release pivot mechanism is simply missing from what I have. This is a '71 Raleigh Professional that I am hoping to bring back to (at least) decent original condition so I'm looking for NR equipment from that era.

In trade, I have buckets worth of entry-mid-level Japanese drivetrain parts, various forms of quill pedal sets, and some '80s vintage 700c forks...nothing terribly exiting, but all quite functional.
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PM sent junkyardbike.

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Anyone have a front clincher that will match my rear? I have a Shimano 600 to Mavic Open 4 CD, so any mavic with the same grey finish (or a Matrix or something) I'd prefer 28-32 spoke.

I have a Campagnolo Chorus 7 speed RD, Campagnolo Veloce 10 speed 172.5 53/39 crankset.
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Have: you may have seen my twins ad...black one is gone but i still have the orange one. was going to keep it, but after 150 or so miles ive decided its just too big at 58cm(rats! i did like it) will trade for something comparable at 54-56cm. this guy has titanium record der. chorus 9speed brifters etc
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ISO: Campagnolo Monoplaner cone-shaped locknut.

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I should have two of these somewhere but I can't find them. I hope I did not leave it behind when I left a shop.
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Have: 11/25 cassette, many freewheels....
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I should have two of these somewhere but I can't find them. I hope I did not leave it behind when I left a shop.
PM me if you do find one - I definitely could use it in place of the rusty dome bolt that's there now!

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Old 06-22-10, 07:30 PM   #3771
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Looking to trade one of my bikes/frames for a Good/nice touring bike/frame. Let me what you have and what you think would be a fair trade. I have too many frames/bikes to list but PM me and hopefully we can work something out. It's for the wife. It should be able to fit large tires as we want to be able to ride some easy dirt trails with the kids in tow.

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Size: 54cm but a 52cm or 56cm will work.
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Old 06-22-10, 07:41 PM   #3772
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Did the Alyeska give out, Gilberto?

*EDIT: Just noticed, "for the wife." My mistake.

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Campy 102mm cartridge bottom bracket in italian thread.

I have among other things:

Campy 102mm cartridge bottom bracket in English thread,
Campy 107mm(I think) cartridge bottom bracket in English thread,
Shimano 6400 bottom bracket in Italian thread,
Shimano 7400 bottom bracket in Italian thread.

As you can see, I have everything BUT the BB I need. Help a guy build an italian steed as Tullio intended!
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ISO: Campagnolo thin cups, Italian thread.

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Steve Rex-mostly record 8 speed 57cm-not my cup of tea trade for 54-57cm italian something comparable
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