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Old 06-30-10, 09:26 PM   #3801
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Carbon drops (why not haha) 31.8

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Old 06-30-10, 09:50 PM   #3802
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...brakeset

Modolo Flash? What do you think is correct for the bike?

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Old 07-01-10, 09:24 AM   #3803
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ISO:

Dura Ace 1st generation, black anodized:
-rear high-flange hub
-shifters
-front and rear (crane) derailuers
-46T chainring

Also:
-Campy non-aero (early 80's) SR brake hoods in black
-SR CRCT-301 triple cranks, 170mm, 48 or 49T large chainring would be nice (for an '84 Trek 520)
-Suntour Superbe Tech long cage rear derailuer.


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WAY too much to list (two barns full now).
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Old 07-02-10, 06:07 AM   #3804
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Thought I would test the waters if anyone has what I'm kinda looking for- a more modern frame either aluminum or steel, in 56cm. Something with a traditional straight top tube, and something with a or takes a 1 1/8 fork.


Specialized allez pro, I'd have to double check But i think this one is 54X57cm c-t-c


Marinoni Squadra, was crashed- original fork too bent, but found another which works. minor buckling behind headtube, don't think it shifted the headtube angle, but gotta mention this stuff! SLX columbus, 56.5X60.5cm c-t-c
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Old 07-02-10, 11:30 AM   #3805
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Simplex retrofriction shifters, braze-on

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Simplex retrofriction shifters, clamp on
Still looking...

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Old 07-02-10, 12:36 PM   #3806
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110 BCD big chainring. Quality unimportant, as long as it works good. Tooth number unimportant, just so long as its appropriate for the larger of two rings. Going on a garage sale find I'm trying to fix up for a friend. Original chainring was bent, only real problem with the bike.

Would prefer to deal locally (Lawrence, Topeka, Kansas City area), as I'm trying to limit my economic investment on this bike, but would consider shipping. Happy to trade the 46t 130BCD chainring I was going to put on, or anything else in my small spare parts collection.

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Old 07-02-10, 01:23 PM   #3807
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Marinoni Squadra, was crashed- original fork too bent, but found another which works. minor buckling behind headtube, don't think it shifted the headtube angle, but gotta mention this stuff! SLX columbus, 56.5X60.5cm c-t-c
Hallooo...that frame is trash. Possibly a candidate for a new main triangle if it's silver soldered.

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Old 07-02-10, 01:26 PM   #3808
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Looking for 600 tri color parts

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Old 07-02-10, 05:12 PM   #3809
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Full or near full groupset from early to mid 80s. Something for an aluminum PX-10
brit. threading.
600, superbe, NR, gipiemme would be fun too.

Haven't had any luck finding a parts bike lately for a donor group.
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Old 07-02-10, 05:31 PM   #3810
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Aren't we all? Seen the prices on eBay lately? SHeesh....

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Full or near full groupset from early to mid 80s. Something for an aluminum PX-10
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600, superbe, NR, gipiemme would be fun too.

Haven't had any luck finding a parts bike lately for a donor group.
How about a SR group? With tubulars.....
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Pretty much anything 600 for future builds because it's so versatile. But only really nice stuff...like your crankset.
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Old 07-02-10, 06:08 PM   #3815
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ok, I goofed: I ordered the wrong size pair of tubes...

got: a pair of Continental Race 650, 60mm presta valve tubes (650 x18-25C, 26 x 1) brand new in box.

need: a pair of Continetal, 60mm (or bigger) presta valve tubes for 700 x 18-25c new. Has to be Continental.
or I would consider other things for trade. What do you have?
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Mainly a rd and clamp on fd.
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Old 07-02-10, 08:10 PM   #3817
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I'm looking for a brakeset. Would you sell/trade separately?
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Mainly a rd and clamp on fd.
I'll go through the stash and see what I have. I do know that I have the aforementioned crank which can be yanked from Ebay and a second crankset w/ 172.5 arms. I'll check on derailleurs.




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Possibly, shoot me PM and we can discuss it there.
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Old 07-03-10, 09:09 AM   #3819
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Steve Rex-mostly record 8 speed 57cm-not my cup of tea trade for 54-57cm italian something comparable
OH! you're killing me. I'd give one half of my manhood for a Rex frame. The one time I was lucky enough to work on some (a couple had a matching set) I spent half the tuneup admiring the fillets and craftsmanship. Too sexy joe! I don't suppose you'd let it go for a 58cm Bianchi EL-OS... I'm trying to build up a birthday gift for me dad and he'd fit on that thing perfectly!

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Old 07-04-10, 10:50 AM   #3820
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I guess it would be cruel to mention that there was a Rex on the SFbay CL advertised as a 56cm for $500...I don't think it was Joe's cause it looked to be off-white and have a different fork, but there was just one small cell-phone pic. It sold very fast, if that's any consolation.
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Old 07-04-10, 09:45 PM   #3821
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ISO a subdued SS wheelset with rear flip/flop hub, 120 spacing, preferably black in excellent to NOS condition with machined braking surface. Will consider polished.

Have: lots of shiny baubles and gimcracks.
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Old 07-05-10, 09:13 AM   #3822
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Have:
-1992 59cm Bridgestone RB-2 frameset w/ silver Origin8 seatpost and original Hatta HS. "Indian Silver" with blue decals. Structurally solid but definitely ridden with normal collection of scuffs, chips, scrapes. I am the original owner but got too old, inflexible, and heavy to ride a slightly-too-small-for-me frame.

-700c Wheelset. Grey anodized Sun US13 rims,pearl grey anodized probable Galli/Gipiemme/Miche hubs (unmarked Nashbar "Italian made" brand from 1990/91 era), Sachs 13-24 7 speed SIS compatible freehweel. 36 spoke F/R. Serviceable tires included if desired. Maybe 2K miles on them. Trued and hubs overhauled 50 miles ago. Just have too many wheelsets around the house.

-Nitto B115 bars in 450mm width/25.4 clamp

-SR 120mm stem with 25.4 clamp size. Not gorgeous but perfectly adequate for that 80's Japanese steel steed.

-Profile H20 quill stem. 120mm x 26.0 clamp. 15 degree rise. Black finish.

-Tektro 200 levers. These are the big "feels like Campy Ergo Levers" ones. Perfect shape with silver levers and black hoods.

Want:
-Moderate quality steel frameset in 60-62cm size. Early 90's OS steel frames like the Paramount PDG series 2/3/5 or the Diamondback TIG welded ones would be ideal. The more Miami Vice and ridiculous the paint, the better.

-9 speed Campy Downtube shifters. Yes, they supposedly exist.

-9 speed campy bar-cons.

-9 speed Campy Ergo Shifters. Needed for an 8 of 9 to get my Mavic indexing group indexing again since the Campy levers are now driving Campy drivetrain bits.


Have pot-sweeteners in the form of:
-excellent condition 600 TriColor drivetrain and brakes
-56T Sugino chainring (130 BCD) barely used. Time trialists take note!
-NOS/NIB Mavic 840 RD, NIB Mavic 315 Headset, 2x Mavic FD (28.6 and braze-on)
-mounted but never used Miche branded Modolo brakes (identical to Mavic 440 except polished vice anodized)
-Cinelli 64-40 bars and 1A 90mm stem.
-big box of treasures that may just be what you're looking for.

I'm in Colorado Springs which may help for some of the bulkier items like frames or wheels.

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want... VERY BADLY AND URGENTLY!!!

shimano 600 clamp-on downtube shifters, MUST BE INDEXED... they made them, i need them, ASAP

have...

shimano dura ace fd-7400 crankset
shimano dura ace 7400 700c clincher wheelset, mavic aero rims with 7spd cassette
shimano dura ace bl-7402 NOS replacement brake levers
suntour superbe crankset with campagnolo chainring
and other stuff, let me know what you need...

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shimano 600 clamp-on downtube shifters, MUST BE INDEXED... they made them, i need them, ASAP
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ISO: Simplex aluminum D/T shifters for my 72 Pug U-08, very small f/f combo (think 44 ish), Brooks Professional or B17, Full fenders, 700c rims (preferably wheelset) that'll accept larger than 28 tires, an interesting f/f combo (56-58) steel good tubing, other stuff I haven't figured out yet

Have Brooks B72 off my 73 Sports, 600 Tri-color dual pivot calipers (pending), 600 tri color braze on F/D, NOS Dura Ace clamp on F/D, NOS RX-100 F/D, Suntour Superbe R/D (I've never used it so, I can't vouch for it), Campy D/T shifters, Dia Compe Gran Compe aero levers w/ yellow hoods, Shimano 105 levers w/ black hoods, Schwinn Speedster (blue, needs a bath), Shogun mixte f/f (dk blue, tange 5, fair condition), Nishiki mixte f/f (red, unsure of tubing). Oh, forgot to add my Raleigh Sports 21" frame, black, great shape, OG tires (probably should be replaced for daily use but work fine for Sunday rides), pletscher rear rack.

I think that's it. I don't want to get rid of everything (I need to keep some stuff for a future build) but, I can part w/ some of the stuff (it's all up for grabs just not all the d/r s @ once etc) make sense? I can send pics on request
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