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Old 01-20-09, 11:44 PM   #401
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WTB: bar-end shifters (looking for friction). Campy or Suntour? Anyone?

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Early 80's double crankset, Sakae Custom, Sugino, Shimano 600, 600EX or Shimano DA in 170-175mm in excellent condition
One Shimano 600 Arabesque self-extracting crank bolt
Campy brazeon shifters, recessed brakes and derailleurs for an '86 Paramount

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Schtuff and $$$ ask me and I might have what you want
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badly needing a 26.0 post. got lots of stuff above^
I have an alloy 26.0 post, but that's what it is, a post. it uses the old seat clamp.
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Just when I thought my basement was a mess...

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Old 01-21-09, 06:15 PM   #405
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I parted out my Ciocc that's a few pages back. The starred stuff below has been ridden to work (a 3 mile commute) twice. That's all the use they've seen.

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*nitto crystal fellow 65 seatpost, 27.2mm, 250mm length
nitto randonneur handlebars 25.4mm clamp, 45cm width sold
nitto moustache bars, 25.4mm clamp sold
nitto technomic stem, 75mm reach length, 280mm long (longer than many seatposts!)
*brooks b17 black, black rails sold
*campagnolo veloce double crankset, 172.5mm length, 53/39 sold
*campy centaur italian threaded BB sold
*fsa energy caliper brake set w/ kool stop dual-compound shoes
campagnolo victory pedals w/ *nos campagnolo medium/ large size toe clips, *binda-stamped cinelli straps sold
27x1.25" wheelset-- older shimano hubs laced to araya rims
8 speed sachs-huret freewheel (not cassette)
26" rear wheel-- deore xt laced to a mavic rim (don't remember which). spins true.
shimano 105 9-speed rear derailleur. somewhat scuffed. works great.
nashbar interrupter levers (rebranded tektros)
campagnolo front derailleur-- either chorus or croce d'aune sold
campagnolo 1989 chorus rear derailleur sold
campagnolo chorus aero levers (c-record era) sold
the ciocc frame that's a couple pages back.

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25.8mm seatpost

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Old 01-21-09, 06:20 PM   #406
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looking for: Cinelli model 66 (Campione del Mondo) handlebars:
26.4 clamp size
double cable grooves
42 or 44cm wide

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a Cinelli stem for the above: XA, XE, 1A, Grammo, model doesn't matter so long as it's
26.4 clamp and 90-100mm. Let me know what you have.

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nutted (not recessed bolt)

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Up for trade is my 1982 Trek 412 frameset. Seat tube measures 24" (c-t), top tube measures 23" (c-c). Main frame is Ishiwata 022 tubing and takes a 27.2mm seatpost. The fork is not the original and is likely made from hi-ten steel. I had it powdercoated light blue and put on a replacement Trek seat decal and headbadge.

New Ritchey headset is included but no bottom bracket. Pic below is it built up in current form, but I'm looking to move just the frameset. More pics here.

I'm looking for a few things: French bits such as Stronglight or TA cranksets, Mafac Competition brakeset, Atom or Lyotard pedals, leather saddles, 700c Super Champion or Rigida rims or wheels, a boxy handlebar bag, a Nitto Technomic stem with fairly short reach (60-80mm), an early Cyclone or Dura Ace derailleur set. Let me know what you got.

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Old 01-21-09, 08:24 PM   #408
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Need aero style brake levers
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Edit: Thanks, got what I was looking for
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Old 01-22-09, 09:26 AM   #410
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anyone interested in a pair of NOS Tioga Psycho-K Skin tires?
looking for track stuff and other ideas
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Old 01-22-09, 10:49 PM   #411
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Missing the obvious bolt. Athena, I believe? Anybody have one that's compatible, or a junk derailer?

Trade items in signature link.

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Old 01-23-09, 08:10 PM   #412
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Looking for a Nervar 117 BB spindle and BB cups. The cups are English, but the spindle is French. I've been told a Stronglight spindle or TA spindle would also work. It's from a 76 schwinn Sports Tourer, if that's any help.


as far as trading, I've got the derailliers from this beast, also the stem shifters, handlebars (drops) and brake levers. I also have a flip flop formula hub.

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Old 01-24-09, 09:24 AM   #413
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NOS Araya Aero 2 polished, unmachined tubular rim, 32h
Selle Italia Flite with titanium rails - older style from the 90's, again well-worn but functional
Shimano Deore XT 32h hubset, rim brake only
Kalloy Laprade seatpost, 25.8x350mm
Thomson Elite seatpost, 26.8x410mm
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2003 KHS Alite 500 MTB frame, 17" center-to-center, includes brand new replaceable derailleur hanger
Manitou Mars fork - 7.25" steerer length, stem and Cane Creek headset included, but needs to be rebuilt
NOS FSA Moto cranks, 24t/36t/bashguard, external bearing
Shimano 14-28t 6 speed freewheel - GONE
Stronglight 86bcd 48t chainring - GONE

NOS SR 74bcd 34t chainring
NOS unbranded 130bcd 40t chainring
Shimano 130bcd 39t chainring - GONE
Shimano 130bcd 53t chainring - GONE

Suntour Cyclone M-II front derailleur, clamp on
Bianchi celeste water bottle cage
Shimano 105 front brake, BR-1055
Shimano 105 rear brake, BR-1055 (assuming I can get the Ultegra rear listed below!)
Shimano Dura Ace front brake, date code "ZK"
Dia-Compe Power Control 7 flat bar brake levers
Shimano Deore LX brakes, front and rear, BR-M750
Shimano STX RC flat bar brake levers, BL-MC40
Nitto forged "I-beam" style stem, 80mm
Nitto Olympiade 115 bars, ~36cm wide
Schwinn Collegiate owner's manual


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dust caps for SR quill pedals (as seen here on Velo Base - the MKS replacement caps might work, too)
Shimano Ultegra rear brake, BR-6500 or -6600
brown leather saddle - Brooks, Ideale, Wrights, etc.
black leather toe clip straps
SKS Raceblade fenders
touring frameset, ~58cm (I've been tempted to test the touring waters lately...)
7-speed thumb shifter for an old mountain bike

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Old 01-24-09, 01:52 PM   #414
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Wanted Ultegra 6503 triple sti shifters

Looking for Ultegra 6503 triple sti shifters

have to trade or ??

Ultegra 600 aero brake leves.....fair amount of use and some scrapes

Almost new (installed and a few rides) Durace 9sp barend shifters

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I've still got a ton of stuff in my signature to trade.
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mishap w/car on 2 separate occasions. had the fork realigned but shop couldnt get it 100%. i was amazed they got it as straight as it is though. the second time was the back, its slight and didnt bother taking it in. i give the frame 2 years for one of the lugs to crack but rather not wait and see.

as for the wheel, inferior perhaps as reviews of the MA40 have been mixed, but theyre decent parts and if kept maintained it should serve as a good wheel for years to come... so its open to anyone interested.
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I'm in need of one dustcap for a Lyotard Berthet pedal. It's #23 in this catalog page:



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Old 01-25-09, 12:25 PM   #418
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I'm in need of one dustcap for a Lyotard Berthet pedal. It's #23 in this catalog page:



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Dustcaps from the 45/45CA also fit the Berthet pedals. In my experience, 45/45CA pedals are fairly abundant and usually quite cheap. (the 45/45CA axles also can replace worn Berthet axles!)
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I am looking for an Italian bottom bracket shell for regular sized tubes (Columbus SL to be exact). Do you have a wrecked frame but the BB is still good? Send me a PM. Thanks.
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I am looking for an Italian bottom bracket shell for regular sized tubes (Columbus SL to be exact). Do you have a wrecked frame but the BB is still good? Send me a PM. Thanks.
http://cgi.ebay.com/De-Rosa-bottom-b...QQcmdZViewItem
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I am looking for a cheap...I mean dirt cheap, pair of spd shoes U.S. size 11.5-12. Please let me know what you have, used with plenty of life is ok with me.

Have some things to trade, or possibly $ if need be.
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I am looking for a cheap...I mean dirt cheap, pair of spd shoes U.S. size 11.5-12. Please let me know what you have, used with plenty of life is ok with me.

Have some things to trade, or possibly $ if need be.
SPD as in MTB shoes, or road shoes that accept SPD?
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And Shimano actually sold a shoe called the SPD-R, didn't they?
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And Shimano actually sold a shoe called the SPD-R, didn't they?
What's funny is, as much as I hate Shimano, I use their road pedals on all of my bikes. I tried to like the Keos, I really did. With my wide-arse foot though (12 EEE), the Ultegra SL pedals just work better for me.

Anyone need some new Looks, or a pair of slightly used Looks?
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SPD as in MTB shoes, or road shoes that accept SPD?
I actually think the pedals are ultegra road style pedals...so I'd need road shoes.
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