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Old 07-18-10, 07:00 PM   #3876
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sealed bearing road wheelset 126/100

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lots! send me a PM
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Old 07-19-10, 09:41 AM   #3877
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70's Lyotard Berthet pedals. English size. Just cleaned the races and repacked the bearings yesterday, they spin nice and smooth. With or Without Toe Clips and straps.
Nervar 52/40 Cottered Double Crankset w/ original BB Spindle. Accepts English Threaded pedals.

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Some other kind of wider pedal, MKS Quill, Atom 700, Suntour Cyclone, etc. No clipless.
High Flange hub set - 126 or 120mm spacing, non-Campagnolo.

please PM me if interested, I always forget to check this thread
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Old 07-19-10, 10:30 AM   #3878
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-Upper pulley spring (main spring) for 1st generation Suntour Cylone or
-Suntour Cylone GT RD
-Nice 26.8mm seat post (Campy or similar)

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Raliegh branded
-SR Randonneur bars
-Suntour Vx RD
-Suntour Vx FD

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Old 07-19-10, 09:36 PM   #3879
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- mks sylvan track pedals
- 700x28 specialized armadillos with plenty of life left
- cinelli frog stem, light scratches, 26.0 clamp

trying to get:
- good 700x32 tires. preferably non-pasela TGs (bad experience). more like vittoria's touring stuff, schwalbe marathons, contis, armadillos, etc
- the wider mks touring pedals
- albatross/dove/swept back bars
- VO threadless stem adapter (always useful!)

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Old 07-20-10, 01:16 AM   #3880
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Old 07-20-10, 10:02 PM   #3881
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-1st Generation Dura Ace in BLACK 46T chainring AND high-flange rear hub
-Campy SR non-areo brake hoods, also black
-Older, well used Brooks professional Saddle (to match the patina of a '79 Competition GS)
-49T outside chainring for the original Deore road group
-one of those dynamo/generatiors that attches to the chainstays where a kickstand would normally go
-proper road-trip SR crank (with chainrings) for 84 Trek 520, the one with the sort mag style outer ring that they fancied on many of their bikes
-always a sucker for canvas bike bags
-actually looking for a couple of newer Ortlieb items


Have an entire barn full of stuff...some it it you might even want....like (and this is just a sample):
-DA 7400 hubs
-NOS Shimano 600 Arabesue double cranks (170mm, 52/42)
-a box full of other Shimano 600 stuff, some tri-color, some older
-enough Suntour bar-end shifters to outfit the enitre Tour de France (ok, maybe not that many, but a box full)
-an equal amount of MAFAC brake parts
-Lampert badged TA triple cranks
-Campy Gran Sport derailuers, in a variety of flavors
-NIB anodized Dia Compe BMX brake parts in gold, red or blue
-an odd assortment of plastic Simplex derailuer bits, some of them are not even broken yet
-a set of Park drop-out alignment guage/bendy things, as well as a Park FRS(?) big frame bendy tool
-a large collection of fair-to-marginal new Specialized 27-inch tires from the mid-80's
-blue label Super Champion rims to match the 27-inch tires
-Suntour command shifters, six-speed I think, NIB, I think with cables and all
-ALOT of mid-range suntour drivetrain bits, some NIB, some not
-well used Superbe Pro rear derailuer, I think I have brakes too.

I do not see how all of you can resist this stuff. Now, go find me some black-anodized 1st generation DA bits!
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Old 07-21-10, 12:12 AM   #3882
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Have: First generation super record seatpost 27.2 that's two bolt.
and many MANY other things, click my signature link below, but this seems the most fitting trade item from my wanted items.

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-27.2 or 27.0 syncros titanium seatpost
-27.0 thomson elite seatpost silver, 250mm 0 offset naturally.
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Old 07-21-10, 12:45 PM   #3883
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Shimano 600 tri-color crank 170mm

54ish cm touring frame/complete bike/partial build
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Old 07-21-10, 07:36 PM   #3884
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Still ISO:

-1st Generation Dura Ace in BLACK 46T chainring AND high-flange rear hub
-Campy SR non-areo brake hoods, also black
-Older, well used Brooks professional Saddle (to match the patina of a '79 Competition GS)
-49T outside chainring for the original Deore road group
-one of those dynamo/generatiors that attches to the chainstays where a kickstand would normally go
-proper road-trip SR crank (with chainrings) for 84 Trek 520, the one with the sort mag style outer ring that they fancied on many of their bikes
-always a sucker for canvas bike bags
-actually looking for a couple of newer Ortlieb items


Have an entire barn full of stuff...some it it you might even want....like (and this is just a sample):
-DA 7400 hubs
-NOS Shimano 600 Arabesue double cranks (170mm, 52/42)
-a box full of other Shimano 600 stuff, some tri-color, some older
-enough Suntour bar-end shifters to outfit the enitre Tour de France (ok, maybe not that many, but a box full)
-an equal amount of MAFAC brake parts
-Lampert badged TA triple cranks
-Campy Gran Sport derailuers, in a variety of flavors
-NIB anodized Dia Compe BMX brake parts in gold, red or blue
-an odd assortment of plastic Simplex derailuer bits, some of them are not even broken yet
-a set of Park drop-out alignment guage/bendy things, as well as a Park FRS(?) big frame bendy tool
-a large collection of fair-to-marginal new Specialized 27-inch tires from the mid-80's
-blue label Super Champion rims to match the 27-inch tires
-Suntour command shifters, six-speed I think, NIB, I think with cables and all
-ALOT of mid-range suntour drivetrain bits, some NIB, some not
-well used Superbe Pro rear derailuer, I think I have brakes too.

I do not see how all of you can resist this stuff. Now, go find me some black-anodized 1st generation DA bits!
http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...ne-s-parts-bin

hes got some 1st gen hubs.
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Old 07-21-10, 08:11 PM   #3885
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Have Bits and Pieces i dont want or need. modolo pro brakes. cinelli bar and stem. giepiemm i crank set. campy pedals.
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Old 07-22-10, 08:04 AM   #3886
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- TA pro 5 vis crank arm (50.4 BCD), 170mm (left side only). french or english pedal threading is fine.

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- nitto stems
- various drop bars
- various seat posts
- NOS sturmey archer parts
- ideale 80 saddle
- various road pedals
- lots of other various bits
- various RDs (mostly touring)
- cash
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Old 07-22-10, 03:45 PM   #3887
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May be a long-shot, but...

ISO:
Dura-ace 7-speed brifters (ST-7400).

Don't have much to trade, but can pay a fair price.
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Old 07-22-10, 06:34 PM   #3888
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May be a long-shot, but...

ISO:
Dura-ace 7-speed brifters (ST-7400).

Don't have much to trade, but can pay a fair price.
I could be wrong, but 8-sp was their earliest.
7-sp would be RSX and you can still buy Sora 7-sp....
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Old 07-22-10, 07:35 PM   #3889
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I may be the only post ever asking for a set of these, but I need of set of friction stem shifters for a build for a friend who is getting into riding and uncomfortable with the DT idea.

Plenty of parts and consumeables to trade.
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Old 07-22-10, 09:18 PM   #3890
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I may be the only post ever asking for a set of these, but I need of set of friction stem shifters for a build for a friend who is getting into riding and uncomfortable with the DT idea.

Plenty of parts and consumeables to trade.
Something I can finally help with...I've got a couple pairs!
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Old 07-22-10, 11:06 PM   #3891
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1980s Peugeot high-end competiton bike. 54-56 cm, original wheels are okay, but i don't like tubulars.

i'll trade you the 83 px-10 that i have now - it's a 52 cm rolling on ultegra/open pro clinchers. still have most of the original parts (not the wheels, unfortunately).

PM me with questions or for pictures.
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Old 07-23-10, 12:15 PM   #3892
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ISO - Fixed Fork for Trek Antelope. (Steer tube is 1" threaded with about 6.5" long headtube on bike)
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ISO a single brake spring for a GB coureur 66 brake. Please
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I may be the only post ever asking for a set of these, but I need of set of friction stem shifters for a build for a friend who is getting into riding and uncomfortable with the DT idea.

Plenty of parts and consumeables to trade.
Thanks everyone. I'm all set.

The kindness and helpfulness of our community never ceases to amaze me.
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OK, this is a huge longshot. Does anyone have a Silca Magnum pump? I've never seen one, but I'd like one for the car.

Willing to trade whatever. I have a few parts around, and some other stuff. Let me know what you need, or what other stuff you'd want.
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Anyone have a spare spring for a centerpull brake? I have a brake with one loose spring that provides no resistance. It looks like this (not my picture):

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I could be wrong, but 8-sp was their earliest.
7-sp would be RSX and you can still buy Sora 7-sp....
Thanks, Robbie. I'm sure you are right about the part number. I'm not too familiar with Dura-Ace parts, but I do have a 7400 RD, no shifters, and some badly scared brake levers, so I thought this might be a good time to try out brifters (actually my first foray into anything other than friction downtube shifters.) My understanding from some other BF threads is that the Dura-Ace derailleurs are only compatible with Shimano/Dura-Ace shifters, or maybe it's the other way around?

In any event, still ISO of 7sp Dura Ace brifters...
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some other BF threads is that the Dura-Ace derailleurs are only compatible with Shimano/Dura-Ace shifters, or maybe it's the other way around?

In any event, still ISO of 7sp Dura Ace brifters...
you can pretty much use any derailleur with any shifter set (well so long the derailleur in question is fairly modern, some people have got some early 80s stuff working, albeit not as good as something newer), its the cassette which will raise issues, the spacing the dura ace 8 speed brifters will push/pull is a bit different from the ultegra 600 and 105 (and rsx). As stated previously stated there is no such thing as 7 speed dura ace sti style shifters.

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Old 07-23-10, 08:05 PM   #3899
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ISO Mavic Rim (w/ or w/out hub) I'm not sure what the model is but, it's the one w/ the green and yellow sticker with a "cardiac rythym" on it

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Sombody not too long ago was looking for a right Campagnolo rear dropout. I found these today:

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